This study aimed to describe the job performance of senior high school supervisors in remote areas in Bima, West Nusa Tenggara Province. The data were collected through: (1) interviews; (2) observations; (3) documentation study. Data analysis was performed in three ways: Data reduction, data display, and verification. The check of data validity was done through triangulation of sources, methods and theories.
The result showed that: (1) the senior high school supervisors in remote areas had systematic work procedures, (2) the supervisors used flexible work techniques through class visits, individual meetings and group meetings that have go-structure and comes-structure characteristics, (3) the supervisors had discipline, friendliness, openness, care and situational behavior, (4) supervisors had quality work and were skilled, meticulous, careful and independent; (5) the work of the supervisors was in the form of documents and improvement of teachers and principals' competence.