Greenwich Public Schools (GPS) consist of eleven neighborhood elementary schools, three middle schools (6-8), and one high school (9-12). Students are assigned to elementary and middle schools based on residential attendance areas. Four of the elementary schools and one middle school serve as partial magnet schools, offering programmatic choice for families. More Information. To apply, send cover letter and resume to: Kathleen Stowe, Chair of Superintendent Search Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org Applicant screening will be conducted in partnership with Ray & Associates
The Eastford Board of Education seeks an individual with a passion for service to lead the district. The successful candidate will: Inspire excellence in student learning; Relate exceptionally well to others and foster community relations; Be a creative and innovative problem-solver; Mentor and coach staff; Draw on others’ expertise; Build consensus; Have some special education expertise; Understand challenges facing a tiny district; Demonstrate knowledgeable financial acumen; Hold CT 093 certification. Application Process: The Eastford Board of Education has engaged in the services of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) Search Services to conduct its search for qualified candidates. The screening process is ongoing. All applicants must provide the following by the September 4, 2018 Deadline. A CABE Search Services application; A cover letter indicating your interest in the position; A brief review of key professional accomplishments and explanation of how these will contribute to your success as Superintendent; A minimum of three recent letters of professional reference; Undergraduate and graduate transcripts and a copy of professional certification. To ensure full consideration and confidentiality, all of the above materials should be emailed to Dr. Mary Broderick at email@example.com Contact Mary Broderick at 860-608-1763. Applications will be reviewed as received and the application deadline is September 4, 2018 / Start Date: TBD.
The Middletown Board of Education is seeking a Director of Facilities for Middletown Public Schools. Under the general direction of the Superintendent of Schools and the Director of Operations, the Director of Facilities develops and directs the programs of capital outlay (for maintenance and repair), maintenance, and plant operation, and has general charge of the personnel working in this capacity. In addition, the Director represents the Board of Education's interest in, and oversees all major school construction projects and serves as the Board of Education's liaison between the City and School Building Committees for all school construction projects. Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Public administration, Business Administration, Engineering, Architecture, or Building Maintenance/Administration. Will consider candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree with evidence of substantial experience. At least 5 years of supervisory and experience in multi-facility management. Demonstrate know. of HVAC, construction projects, health and safety reg.’s, financial and management practices, purchasing, supervision and motivation of personnel, and state and local reg.’s regarding the maintenance of buildings and equipment. Application Deadline: Friday, November 23, 2018. *See our website for more information. Materials should be addressed to: Dr. Michael T. Conner, Superintendent of Schools. Applications are to be submitted through Middletown Public Schools’ online application program (www.middletownschools.org, click on Departments, click on Human Resources click on Job Postings) no later than Friday, November 23, 2018. www.middletownschools.org, click on Departments, click on Human Res, click on Job Postings.
The Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction reports directly to the Superintendent of Schools. He/she will administer and supervise the development and implementation of all district curriculum, establish and maintain ongoing curriculum and instruction review for all instructional programs, advise the Superintendent and BOE on policies and practices related to curriculum and instruction, serve as district assessment coordinator, plan and oversee professional learning opportunities for the district, establish annual budget for curriculum and instruction, analyze district level accountability data, and maintain and evaluate instructional coaches. The position requires an exceptional leader who possesses strong leadership and communication skills: with a minimum of five years of classroom experience; previous administrative experience in the area of curriculum development, instructional improvement, and assessment; with a Master’s Degree required (Doctorate preferred); and with Connecticut Certification for Intermediate Administration and Supervision (092) or eligibility. Deadline: December 31, 2018 / Start date: July 1, 2019. Apply
Supervise finance, budget, including capital budget requests, account and reporting, special funds fiscal management and reporting, account payable, procurement, revenue management, fringe benefits reporting and accounts receivable and payroll. SALARY/WORK YEAR: as NEGOTIATED. STATE OF CT SCHOOL BUSINESS ADMIN CERT (085), preferred
BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIRED/MASTER’S DEGREE preferred. MINIMUM FIVE YEARS OF INCREASING RESPONSIBILITY (finance, accounting, business). EXPERIENCE WITH FINANCIAL SOFTWARE REQUIRED, MUNIS, preferred. Application Deadline: UNTIL FILLED / Start Date: Anticipated January 2, 2018. To Apply: Visit our website and apply through our online application system. Vacancy Posting JOB ID: 1318. District Website: www.sheltonpublicschools.org
Under the general supervision of the Superintendent of Schools, to provide leadership and supervision in administering the educational program of a Middle School in order to promote the educational development and achievement of students in accordance with Board of Education policies, administrative procedures, rules and regulations, and applicable law. To provide leadership in program development and improvement, as well as in professional staff development. Essential Functions: Provides leadership and direction to staff with regard to the ongoing evaluation and improvement of educational programs, including curricular and extra-curricular activities. Promotes a school environment that is safe and conducive to individualized instruction. Ensures that Board policies and procedures are implemented and followed at the school. Continues to acquire professional knowledge and learn of current developments in the educational field by attending seminars, workshops or professional meetings. Encourages staff to continue to grow professionally and to experiment with new approaches or strategies to teaching. Organizes and maintains a system for accurate and complete record-keeping and reporting for all student activities, attendance and records as required by law. Conducts ongoing assessment of student learning, and works with teaching staff to modify instructional methods to fit students’ needs, including students with special needs. Coordinates with the central office in recruitment and selection of employees, the proper maintenance of employee personnel files, the administration of collective bargaining agreements, corrective action, and other human resource issues. Encourages parental involvement in students’ education and ensures effective communication with students and parents. Organizes and manages the budgetary and financial affairs of the school consistent with school district policies. Salary Range: $138,999 - $150,027 (Benefits based on the Administrator's contract). Apply Online. www.windsorct.org
The Superintendent of Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools invites highly-qualified candidates to apply for the position of Elementary/Middle School Principal of Edgartown Elementary School. The Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools (MVPS) consists of multiple, smaller school districts serving school-aged children, drawn from an aggregate population of approximately 15,000 full-time residents. MVPS is comprised of three K-8 elementary schools, each representing a corresponding town and district, one of which is the Edgartown School, serving 375 children in grades K-8. The Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools seeks an elementary/middle school principal to lead the Edgartown Elementary School. The principal will be responsible for the instructional program, professional and support staff evaluations, budget development and implementation, as well as maintaining a visible presence with students, parents, and the broader community. The successful candidate should possess strong leadership and communication skills. Classroom experience is desirable, and at least three years of experience as a school administrator is preferred. A valid Massachusetts license as a K-8 Principal and a master’s degree in Education or related field are required. Residence on or relocation to the Island of Martha’s Vineyard is strongly preferred, but negotiable. Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools offers a regionally competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with qualifications and experience. Review of applications will begin on December 28, 2018. The expected start date for the new Principal is July 1, 2019. For more information, please contact: NESDEC Search Office, Martha’s Vineyard Elementary/Middle School Principal Search, NESDEC, 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752; Phone: 508-481-9444, Email: Access the application and click on the “Executive Search” tab. https://www.nesdec.org/executive_search/currentsearches.aspx
The Randolph, Massachusetts School District invites qualified candidates to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools. Located in eastern Massachusetts, Randolph is a community of approximately 32,000 residents. It lies about 15 miles south of Boston at the intersection of Routes 93 and 24. There are six schools in the district: one PreK-5 and three K-5 elementary schools, a Grades 6-8 middle school, a Grades 9-12 high school, and the AIM Academy. All facilities are well-maintained and provide resources supporting the needs of each student. This is an exciting opportunity for a school leader to work collaboratively with others on expanding district initiatives that provide for the wide range of students’ needs. Candidates should have experience in diverse learning environments, both as a school (building-level) administrator and as a system-wide/central office leader. State superintendent certification or certification eligibility is required. The successful applicant will have a commitment to providing academic excellence and demonstrated skillfulness in engaging diverse community constituencies. The Randolph School Committee offers a multi-year contract with a competitive salary and benefits package, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Deadline November 16, 2018, interviews shortly thereafter. Expected start date July 1, 2019. Interested candidates should contact: Dr. Ken DeBenedictis, Randolph Superintendent Search, New England School Development Council, 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752, Phone: 508-481-9444, Email . Access the application
RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
The Rumson-Fair Haven Board of Education invites visionary candidates with proven leadership and management skills, high integrity and strong moral character to apply for the position of Superintendent, a position available due to the retirement of its long-term, regarded leader in education.
Located in northern Monmouth County on a scenic peninsula bounded by the Navesink and Shrewsbury Rivers and the Atlantic Ocean, RFH receives students from the middle schools of Rumson and Fair Haven as well as select local private schools. This picturesque school serves as a community hub, enjoying strong school spirit and generous community support. Its well-regarded faculty are dedicated to teaching and learning. Proud of its rigorous, comprehensive program, RFH serves the wide-array of academic, social and athletic needs and interests of its 1000 students.
Consistently ranked high by numerous publications, RFH is considered among the finest public high schools in the nation. In 2017, it was listed by the Washington Post in its top quartile of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools”. The vast majority of its highly-motivated student population participate in athletics and extracurricular activities and more than 95% attend college.
The Mission of Rumson-Fair Haven High School is to empower all of our students with the tools to find their passions and thrive as knowledgeable, confident, resilient, creative, and compassionate citizens of a global community.
Eligibility for NJ certification as superintendent and secondary school experience are required. For additional information regarding the desired characteristics that the Board of Education has established and for information about the district, visit its website at: https://www.rumsonfairhaven.org/
Position Available July 1, 2019. Apply by December 4 online at: www.hyasearch.com. Screening is on-going. Salary negotiable to NJ Cap of $169,689 plus high school stipend of $5K and performance bonus options.