The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is looking for a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Administrator to lead community engagement; working with federal and state legislation to utilize resources supporting student success.
The idealcandidate has extensive organizational analysis experience partnering with business units and community groups to execute District priorities of LCAP on-time and within budget. He/She will prepare and present proposals of the Local Control Accountability Plan for the Superintendent, senior staff, stakeholders and the public.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and four years of professional level experience related to the legislation of programs, organizational policies and procedures, budget and finance or complex processes and systems. Two years of experience must be in a management level position.
About Los Angeles Unified School District
Geographically larger than the City of Los Angeles itself, we are 600,000 plus students and about 65,000 employees who collectively speak about 80 languages. With over 1,000 schools and centers, we are governed by a Board of Education. We consist of eight Local Districts, each of which is headed by a Local District Superintendent who reports directly to the District’s chief administrator, the Superintendent of Schools. Our success in accomplishing our mission is in the strength of our people. For over 100 years in the business of education, we have changed and grown, but our mission still remains the same, and will continue to endure the test of time.