Seeking enthusiastic elementary leaders for high performing schools in the Downingtown Area School District. Serves as the instructional leader and building manager; to ensure the safety and well-being of students and staff; recruits, interviews, and recommends for hire professional and support staff; provides for the staff development of the professional and paraprofessional staff; oversees and manage extended day opportunities for students. Implements policies and procedures. QUALIFICATIONS: •Collaborative, positive attitude •Expert in the field of elementary education •Candidate must be a graduate of an accredited college or university and hold a proper Pennsylvania administrative certification for the position. Master’s degree required. •Five (5) years of successful experience in public education as a teacher or administrator necessary, including elementary or secondary school instruction. •Administrative experience preferred. Apply Online using Job ID#3178 – Visit our district website at www.dasd.org Click on Employment, Scroll down to External Candidates and complete online application then Link to Job Posting ID#3178. EOE
21st Century Cyber Charter School
Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
Posted on: 03/07/19
The Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment will provide creative and innovative leadership and vision in the ongoing planning, implementation, development, direction, review and evaluation of the School’s curriculum and instructional services, assessment, research services. The Director will have documented experience and understanding of the entire curriculum development process and its application with respect to online delivery criteria, related frameworks and tools. The extensive use of data will be required to make informed decisions regarding curriculum changes and for ongoing program and process improvement. The Director ensures that the school’s education objectives are aligned to state frameworks and to instructional practices that yield the highest standards of student achievement and instructional excellence. The Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment reports to the CEO and participates as a member of the CEO’s cabinet/administrative team.
Cumberland Valley School District
Elementary School Principal
Posted on: 03/07/19
The Cumberland Valley School District, a leader in public education in Pennsylvania, seeks a highly qualified candidate for the position of Elementary Principal. As the educational leader of the school the Elementary Principal is responsible for the administration and supervision of the school in a manner that creates the optimum learning environment necessary to promote the educational development of each student. The successful candidate for this position will supervise, coordinate, and schedule all professional and support personnel working in the elementary school. While candidates can present themselves with a variety of backgrounds, all must possess either a Pennsylvania K-12 Principal certification or Elementary Principal certification and a Master’s degree. Cumberland Valley is looking for a proven instructional leader who can demonstrate success in the following areas: •Design and develop, in collaboration with the elementary principals and Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education, a system of procedures, and guidelines for their school that reflect the vision, mission, philosophy, goals and initiatives of the Cumberland Valley School District Strategic Plan. •Demonstrated instructional leadership and innovation. •Effective communication skills in the areas of speaking, writing, and listening while efficiently using social media. •Strong background and understanding of the teaching of reading and mathematics and instructional strategies that support content integration. •Strong background in PA academic standards and assessment anchors. •Thorough knowledge of the physical and psychological aspects of elementary school aged children. •Collect, monitor, and analyze assessment data that contribute to increasing the academic achievement of all students, particularly students in historically under performing groups. •Knowledge of mastery learning and a framework for reporting student progress. •Ensure the implementation of the elementary curriculum with fidelity. •Ensure consistency in following established policies, procedures and guidelines. •Building management skills including scheduling and budget. •Knowledge of the MTSS process, special education practices, and leadership of the CST, IEP and GIEP processes. •Monitor elementary enrollment figures for staffing and class size purposes. •Constantly evaluate staffing, policies, procedures and resources to determine ways in which programs can be improved and costs can be reduced. •Assist in recruitment, interviewing, and hiring personnel. •Provide input into the planning and implementation of in-services and staff development opportunities. Joining an outstanding administrative team of central office and building level leaders and one of the finest elementary faculties in the Commonwealth, the successful candidate will be mentored by the Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education to assure a smooth transition to the school district and most importantly continuity of program for our students. The successful candidate will be required to obtain the following clearances: 1.Criminal Record Check (less than one year old) 2.Child Abuse History Clearance (less than one year old) 3.FBI Finger Print Clearance (less than one year old) Applicants requiring assistance or needing any accommodations for employment test or interviewing process are asked to advise us in advance. EOE
Norwin School District
Superintendent of Schools
Posted on: 02/13/19
SEARCH EXTENDED - Position available beginning July 1, 2019. Enrollment approximately 5,300; grades K-12; approximately $71 million budget. PA Letter of Eligibility required. Earned Doctorate in Education, Administration or related field preferred. Minimum of five (5) years of central office experience required, preferably as Superintendent of Schools. Strong leadership, management, supervisory, organizational, and communication skills required. Must be a strong educational leader/motivator, and be able to achieve District objectives and maintain accountability. Experience in school curriculum; best practices; instruction, and assessment; professional development; educational technology; staff/budget development; and overall District operations required. Must possess high expectations of staff and students; demonstrate a sincere interest in the education of all students; and have the ability to advance District operations. (Minimum salary will be $155,000 per year, and is negotiable based on experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities.) Interested applicants should apply on-line at www.norwinsd.org by selecting the Human Resource Department, click on Job Postings and then the Online Job Application icon. Prior applicants need not re-apply as all applicants will be considered. An updated job description for this position may be found on the District website under the Human Resource Department. Current Acts 24, 34, 151, FBI, Act 126 Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Training (Parts I and II), and Act 168 Background Checks will be required upon offer of employment. Hard copy applications should not be submitted.
DEADLINE: February 21, 2019
Dallas School District
High School Principal
Posted on: 02/06/19
General Description: The High School Principal will be the instructional leader and manager of all operations and programming at the high school and will utilize leadership skills to continuously build and maintain an effective learning environment within the school. Key Responsibilities and Duties: Domain 1: Strategic/Cultural Leadership 1.Formulates and implements plans to provide instructional leadership for staff members in developing and improving the instructional program and each member’s professional competency. 2.Determines the master schedule of classes, including necessary special assignments, and the assignment load of teachers within the limits of approved policy and procedures. 3.Establishes and maintains an effective learning climate, including school safety provisions, in the school. 4.Supervises directly, or in cooperation with others, all professional, paraprofessional, technical and non-certified personnel assigned to the building. 5.Oversees appropriate school departments and committees in order to facilitate a successful learning environment for students. 6.Develops and supports, through attendance, special events held to recognize student achievement, and encourage school-sponsored activities, functions, and seasonal events. Domain 2: Systems Leadership 1.Directs the implementation of Board of Education approved policies and administrative procedures applicable to the operation of the school. 2.Evaluates all personnel for whom he/she is administratively responsible including the establishment of goals, evaluation and counseling regarding performance. Makes recommendations to management as needed, and ensures the submission of all evaluations according to established procedures. 3.Seeks the advice and cooperation of staff in addressing building issues or concerns, remaining responsible for all decisions. 4.Orients newly-assigned staff members and assists in their development through the effective use of an induction plan. 5.Shall consult with the superintendent/director of operations concerning the larger problems of the school and advise him/her regarding all plans and policies of importance connected with the management of the school. The principal shall inform the superintendent’s office, by means or proper channels, regarding all matters of importance. 6.Prepares and submits the annual budget for the school in assigned areas. Maintains and coordinates, in conjunction with the business manager, all ordering and expenditures of funds. Maintains and controls local funds generated by school activities. Monitors compliance with policy requirements regarding funds raised, expended, or held by the school, or any class, organization, club society or group. 7.Prepares and supervises the preparation of reports, records, and other paperwork required or appropriate to the school’s administration. 8.Abides by, monitors and enforces building-wide compliance with federal, state and local school laws and regulations, mandated programs, District policies and administrative regulations, and applicable collective bargaining agreements. Reviews and abides by Pennsylvania Code of Professional Practice and Conduct for Educators. 9.Conducts staff meetings to keep staff informed of, and receives advice on, proposed policy changes, new programs, school issues, and similar matters. 10.Directs those matters that insure the safety of the pupils and the efficient use of the physical facilities, recommending replacement and repair. 11.Oversees general pupil safety including fire drills and civilian defense procedures. Domain 3: Leadership for Learning 1.Assists in the development, monitoring evaluation, data review and dissemination, and revision of the curriculum and instructional program. 2.Assures that the Pennsylvania Academic Standards are aligned with school curriculum and followed in delivering the educational program to students. 3.Maintains high standards of student conduct. Leads, monitors, supervises and supports student academic progress, attendance, and conduct. Fosters an environment of consistency in the application and enforcement of student discipline policies and procedures. Enforces positive behavior systems and offers resources to support student’s compliance of guidelines. Ensures all disciplinary actions comply with the student code of conduct, affording due process to all students. Domain 4: Professional and Community Leadership 1.Serves as an ex-officio member of all committees and councils within the school 2.Participates in district-wide meetings, principal’s meetings, or other meetings as required or appropriate. 3.Strong interpersonal skills including an ability to communicate effectively 4.Acts as the liaison between the school and community, interpreting activities and policies of the school and encouraging community participation in school life. 5.Performs other duties as assigned by the superintendent or director of operations. Work Experience Requirements: Five (5) years teaching experience Leadership roles in a public school setting Preferred: Five (5) or more years of school administration experience High school administration experience Master's degree and 36 credits Education Requirements: Master’s Degree PA Elementary/Secondary Principal Certification FLSA Status: Exempt
State College Area School District
Posted on: 02/04/19
The State College Area School District is currently accepting applications for an Elementary Principal position with a preferable start date of July 1, 2019. This is a full-time, twelve-month administrative position. Responsibilities include both instructional and operational leadership. The District seeks a dynamic, energetic instructional leader who is mission driven and has the knowledge of theory and practice in the education of K-5 learners. Organizational, collaborative, and coaching skills are critical to success in this position. The District is searching for a candidate who demonstrates a commitment to professional growth and development, and also possesses a variety of professional experiences. Successful administrative experience and a background with culturally diverse students and families will strengthen candidacy. A Master’s degree in educational administration, educational leadership, curriculum development or related field is strongly preferred. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. If you have a desire to engage with the community and grow with our positive learning environment while striving for academic success, then please provide your cover letter, resume, and certification. Credentials will be reviewed beginning February 12, 2019.
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