Houston ISD Jobs

Reporting to the chief communications officer, the deputy chief of communications is responsible for: (1) managing the press office; (2) overseeing the development of certain time-sensitive communications disseminated via e-blasts or the District’s automated call system; (3) providing fiscal oversight and coordination/facilitation for the department; and (4) ensuring compliance with the District’s action plan and appraisal system. 
 
The Senior Executive Director of Compensation and Data Analytics will lead a team responsible for designing, implementing, and managing our district’s compensation programs and utilizing data analytics to drive strategic decisions. This critical leadership role requires a seasoned compensation expert with extensive experience in data analysis, a deep understanding of compensation strategies, strong data analytics, and the ability to align these strategies with our district's overall goals and objectives. This pivotal role in shaping the compensation structure, attracting, and retaining top talent, and ensuring data-driven decision-making in HR and business operations.
 
 
The Executive Director for Special Education is a core leadership position within the Office of Special Education Services. They will play a pivotal role in promoting every student’s success, ensuring equitable access to high-quality services while providing strategic direction to drive toward the achievement of the district’s goals. This position requires a visionary and strategic leader with a deep understanding of special education regulations, best practices, and the ability to foster collaborative partnerships across all stakeholder groups.
 
Executive Director for Special Education Evaluation & IEP Management
The Executive Director for Special Education Evaluation & IEP Management is a core leadership position within the Office of Special Education Services. They will play a pivotal role in promoting every student’s success, ensuring equitable access to high-quality services while providing strategic direction to drive toward the achievement of the district’s goals. This position requires a visionary and strategic leader with a deep understanding of special education regulations, best practices, and the ability to foster collaborative partnerships across all stakeholder groups.
 
The Deputy Chief Human Resources Officer (DCHRO) will develop and implement a transformational set of services for the district that improves existing processes and systems. Reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), the DCHRO supports the crossfunctional planning, coordination, and implementation of policies and initiatives related to talent management, talent acquisition, employee relations, HR information systems, compensation, leave administration, and other core HR functions. 
As part of the Human Resources Executive Leadership Team (ELT), the DCHRO acts as a second-in-command, supporting the Chief Human Resources Officer in driving day-to-day HR efficiency and accuracy. The DCHRO has subject matter expertise in a breadth of core HR functions. This HR professional leverages their knowledge, skills, and abilities to support the whole-scale systemic reform underway at Houston ISD.

 
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