Support Staff. Approve the personnel and/or contract recommendations detailed in the exhibit items listed below as per the dates, terms and other applicable conditions specified and pending completion of all state, local and district requirements.
Support Staff. The College shall designate a clerical person on each campus whose primary responsibility will be to perform clerical duties related to workload assignments for Employees. Faculty assignments to the clerical person shall be given priority over non- faculty assignments. Any conflicts shall be reported to the Chief Academic Officer or to an academic officer of the College who holds the rank of Campus Director or higher. Employees will be notified of the identity of this person and the clerical person will be notified.
Support Staff. As part of the annual budgeting process, edtec shall make a recom- mendation to the Board regarding the number of support staff required for the operation of the Academy pursuant to the Charter Contract. The Board, however, shall ultimately decide the num- ber of support staff at the Academy. edtec shall provide the Academy with such support staff, qualified in the areas required, as are required by the Academy. Such support staff may, in the discretion of edtec, work at the Academy on a full or part time basis. If assigned to the Academy on a part time basis, such support staff may also work at other schools operated by the edtec. Each support staff employee assigned to or retained by the Academy shall have received the training and hold the certificates, degrees, or licenses legally required for the position to which they are assigned under the Code and the Every Student Succeeds Act. If edtec chooses to execute contracts with support staff that have a term of longer than one year, the Board reserves the right to have support staff placed elsewhere by edtec if the Board is dissatisfied with their performance at the end of any school year.
Support Staff. There shall be an evaluation conference held between the administrator and the Support Staff member no later than five (5) working days after the evaluation. In the event of an absence in either or both of the parties, then the evaluation conference will be held within ten (10) work days of the observation, not including any days of absence by either party.
Support Staff. Signature of the employee and the evaluator shall signify only that the instrument or response has been examined and shall not constitute agreement.
Support Staff. If the employee feels his/her formal written evaluation or a written observation report is incomplete, inaccurate or unjust, he/she may put his/her objections in writing and have them attached to the evaluation report to be placed in his/her personnel file. The employee shall submit objections within five (5) working days of the evaluation conference, during which the evaluation was received. A copy signed by both parties shall be retained by both parties.
Support Staff. Job specific evaluations developed by the BOE will be utilized. No later than September 15, and before any formal evaluation takes place in any school term, the building principal or evaluators shall conduct a meeting(s) to inform Support Staff as a whole about the evaluation procedures, standards and instruments used. This in-service may be district-wide and/or building meetings.