The New Milford Board of Education seeks a compassionate, collaborative leader. The successful candidate will - cultivate a shared vision; understand and demonstrate Servant Leadership, collaborate and influence actions of others, build high morale and group commitment to vision and goals, be visible at school and community gatherings, validate and listen to others, communicate warmly and openly, orally and in writing, with all invested parties, bring experience and policy to all areas of leadership, be calm and even keeled, address arising issues with confidence, demonstrate compassion for students, educators, and families, delegate, drawing on the talents of others, enjoy working with all stakeholders and town leadership, show grace under pressure, provide excellent, equal educational opportunities for every student, and possess CT 093 Certification.
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The Somers (CT) Board of Education seeks an inspiring leader with a passion for public education to guide its schools. The successful candidate will bring the following:
Creative and innovative thinking with breadth and depth of educational knowledge; successful experience as a teacher and administrator; student focus with a track record of improving performance; curriculum expertise; superb communication skills, including listening; commitment to drawing on others’ talents and expertise; drive to innovate and improved: “A growth mindset”; collaboration and consensus-building savvy; understanding of challenges facing a fairly small district; budgetary knowledge and financial acumen; CT 093 certification.
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 Colchester Board of Education seeks a leader who leads by example, establishes and maintains a visible presence in the schools, uses communication skills at a high level, able to work well with the Town of Colchester and understand who we are as a small New England community, makes good decisions using data, research, and experience, respects people and treats them well, and knows how to effectively confront problems and solve them in a positive way. The Colchester Board of Education has engaged the services of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) Search Services to conduct its search for qualified candidates. Superintendent experience is preferred but not required. The candidate must show proof of CT Superintendent certification (093). Salary and benefit package negotiable. A regionally competitive salary and benefit package will be offered. The screening process is ongoing. All applicants must provide the following by September 30, 2022.
- A CABE Search Services application (https://www.cabe.org/page.cfm?p=1181)
- A cover letter indicating your interest in the position.
- A current resume and any additional relevant information.
- A brief review of key professional accomplishments.
- A minimum of three recent letters of professional reference.
- A copy of professional CT certification. (Currently held or in the process of review)
- (Note: original transcripts will be required of candidates reaching the semi-finalist stage of the application process)
The Public Affairs Officer (PAO) is responsible for developing, evaluating, and implementing a comprehensive communications plan for the district. Communications include internal and external communications of importance to staff, the Board and the general public via press releases, public presentations, email, websites and social media. Creating the “SPS brand” is beyond the scope of the PAO.
The Communications Manager is responsible for implementing and monitoring the SPS digital media strategy in order to increase brand awareness and improve school to home communications efforts. A key role will be supporting and enhancing internal and external communications initiatives to improve how the district connects with employees, students/parents, prospective students/parents and community members utilizing traditional and digital marketing efforts.
The Milford Public Schools is seeking an Instructional Supervisor of Equity and Engagement.
CT certification (#092) required.
Salary and benefits per MASA contract.
* All candidates must apply online through the job posting on our website at www.milforded.org in order to be considered for the position. Details associated with this position can be found in the online job posting on our website.
No phone calls please.
Milford Public Schools is in need of a Coordinator of Early Childhood Programs.
Valid K-8 CT Certification and CT Certification #092 required.
Salary and benefits are per contract. Successful candidate must be vaccinated for COVID-19.
Interested applicants must apply online through the job posting on our website at www.milforded.org in order to be considered for the position. No phone calls please.
The Coordinator of Early Childhood Programs will develop and supervise the Milford Public Schools’ educational offerings for our young learners between the ages of 3 years-old and five years-old who participate in a preschool program that is not exclusively designed for students with special education needs as well as will provide oversight and management of the Family Resource Center and Community Connections Center.
The Assistant Principal – High School is responsible to the school principal. The Assistant Principal – High School assists the principal in the administration of the school and promotes the educational growth of each student in the school.
The Scarsdale Board of Education seeks an outstanding educational leader to serve as Superintendent of Schools beginning July 1, 2023.
The Scarsdale Public Schools are located in Scarsdale, NY, a suburb north of New York City. The District enrollment is approximately 4,500 students in grades K-12. The District consists of a high school (grades 9-12, approximately 1,450 students), a middle school (grades 6-8, approximately 1,100 students), and five neighborhood elementary schools (grades K-5, approximately 2,000 students). The District budget is currently approximately $173 million.
The District has approximately 500 certified faculty members and approximately 160 additional non-certified staff members. The District also employs approximately 300 part-time staff, including aides who serve in both classroom and support roles.
Many residents are professionals and business executives who consistently demonstrate strong support for the educational system. Students in the district come from diverse backgrounds, including many international families who reside in the District. Scarsdale Schools benefit from robust partnerships with parents, community members and local groups such as the Parent Teacher Association.
Appointment on/about December 2022. Enrollment approximately 4,400; grades K-12.
The prospective superintendent of Delaware Valley School District must encourage a collaborative environment between parents, teachers, school district staff and the broader school community. The candidate must stay current on best practices in education and be prepared to assess areas of district improvement, oversee districtwide technology infrastructure and possess strong skills in school finance.
The Board of Education of the Lumberton Township School District, Burlington County, is initiating a search for a Superintendent of Schools to serve as the Chief Executive Officer of the Board of Education in accordance with the Board policies and New Jersey Statutes.
The Board of Education has retained the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA) as a consultant to assist in the selection of candidates.