The Woodbridge Board of Education will hire a superintendent with an educational vision and relational skills to lead their PK-6 school district. Woodbridge schools are a source of local pride, receiving strong parental and community support. They are staffed by highly skilled teachers, administrators and support personnel who focus upon educating the whole child. The professional culture is progressive and innovative practices are encouraged. The Woodbridge Board of Education seeks: A mindful educator, skilled in collaboration and communication, with a record of demonstrated accomplishment. A close listener and coalition builder who can create common cause around a vision of high-quality learning in which all students are provided every opportunity to realize their full potential. A leader who models a belief in continuous improvement, operates with integrity, and has high expectations for himself/herself, staff, and students. Candidates must possess or be eligible for certification in Connecticut as a Superintendent of Schools. The salary and benefit package will be regionally competitive. Applicants should send: A signed cover letter detailing readiness for the position. A copy of the applicant’s Connecticut Superintendent certificate, or evidence of eligibility for such certification. An up-to-date resume and three current professional references. A copy of undergraduate and advanced degree transcripts. Send to the attention of: Dr. Joseph V. Erardi, Jr., 322 Northfield Road, Litchfield. CT 06759, (571) 480-0313 firstname.lastname@example.org The application deadline is October 17, 2020. Application packages sent by mail should be postmarked no later than October 15, 2020. The district anticipates conducting interviews in October and November.
The Killingly Board of Education will hire a strong, motivated, visionary administrator to lead its schools. Defining attributes of this individual must include: Demonstrated instructional leadership experience that will guide and enhance teaching and learning in a sound Pk-12 district; The financial background which will strategically help build, recommend, and implement a fiscal plan that benefits all learners; The ability to inspire a hard-working faculty and staff presently employed by the Killingly Board of Education; The daily practice and demonstration of high moral and ethical behavior; and A genuine desire to make a difference in the life of every student within the Killingly Public Schools. Application Deadline: October 10, 2020. Please direct all questions to the Killingly Board of Education search consultant, Dr. Joseph Erardi, at 571-480-0313 or email@example.com Completed application packets must include: A signed cover letter detailing readiness for the position. A copy of the applicants Connecticut superintendent’s certificate (or eligibility to attain a CT certificate). An up-to-date resume and three current letters of reference. A copy of undergraduate and advanced degree transcripts. Candidates selected to be interviewed will also be required to fill out an application form specific to the Killingly Board of Education. The Killingly Board of Education will preference applicants with central office experience; however, all administrators in exceptional standing are encouraged to apply. Completed applications can be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or by U.S. Post (postmarked on or before October 8, 2020) to JE Consulting: Attention To: Dr. Joseph V. Erardi, Jr., 322 Northfield Road, Litchfield, CT 06759.
The Groton Public Schools educate about 4,000 students in grades PK-12. Our 32 administrators, 402 certified teachers, and 438 classified staff offer a progressive and balanced program supported by advanced technology. Students enjoy a rigorous academic experience that includes Advanced Placement (AP) courses and the International Baccalaureate (IB) program at the high school. All middle school students participate in the IB Middle Years Program. Students may enrich their learning in over 120 clubs and activities ranging from sports to fine arts, to robotics and journalism. Fitch H.S. is consistently in Newsweek’s ranking of America’s Best High Schools. Exemplary music districtwide, with Fitch Marching Band regularly participating in National Marching Band Competition. The Groton 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. The screening process is ongoing. All applicants must provide the following by the September 25, 2020 DEADLINE. A CABE Search Services application (https://www.cabe.org/page.cfm?p=1181), A current resume. A cover letter including highlights 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 of your application, all of the above materials should be emailed to Dr. Mary Broderick at email@example.com
Goodwin University has announced the opening of a search for a new Superintendent of the Goodwin University Magnet Schools. This superintendent position offers a rare and unique opportunity for a strong, visionary educator to lead an award winning, 2020 Magnet School of America School of Excellence and accredited public inter-district magnet school system operated by a fast growing private, not-for-profit University. As part of our commitment to innovation in education, Goodwin University’s East Hartford campus is home to two exceptional inter-district magnet schools - serving approximately 1,000 students. These magnet schools interface with university programs on several levels. Scholars at the Connecticut River Academy (Grades 6-12), participate in college-level coursework and earn college credits while still in high school. Riverside Magnet School (Grades PK-5) serves as a field site for observation of our high quality educational programs for University students in the Early Childhood Education and Child Study programs. The Goodwin University Magnet Schools also extend their reach in serving local districts for high school students through access to Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathways program taught at Goodwin’s Manufacturing Training Center with dedicated labs. For more information on the Goodwin University Magnet Schools please visit https://www.goodwin.edu/magnet-schools/ and to apply https://www.goodwin.edu/jobs/
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
Regional School District No. 4 | Chester ♦ Deep River ♦ Essex
Invites Exceptional Experienced Business Leaders to apply for the position of
For more information and application instructions please visit
www.reg4.k12.ct.us (click on employment link)
Start date: July 1, 2020
Closing date for submitting applications: Open until filled
The Chester, Deep River, Essex, Region #4, and Supervision District Boards of Education are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers. The Chester, Deep River, Essex, Region #4, and Supervision District Boards of Education do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability (including, but not limited to, intellectual disability, past or present history of mental disorder, physical disability or learning disability), genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by Connecticut state and/or federal nondiscrimination laws. Questions or complaints related to Title IX should be directed Kristina Martineau, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, 1 Winthrop Road, Deep River, CT 06417 or by phone at 860-526-2417 or by email email@example.com; questions or complaints related to disabilities, should be directed to Sarah Smalley, Director of Pupil Services, 1 Winthrop Road, Deep River, CT 06417 or by phone at 860-526-2417 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hartford Public Schools is a pleased to announce the search for a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to oversee our Office of Finance & Budget Operations, who has demonstrated experience in implementing new financial management information systems for an organization of significant size. Extensive (over 10 years) relevant work experience, and knowledge of all aspects of corporate accounting, taxation, and financial management, as well as, a bachelor’s degree in finance or related area, and a School Business Administrator certification (085) or eligibility to apply for and attain certification is required. Our new CFO will have a deep understanding of the urban school system environment and a laser focused commitment to improving student achievement. Working directly with the Superintendent, the CFO will develop strategic projects and planning relevant to enrollment growth, data analysis, research and evaluation, and strategic leadership. The selected candidate will passionately believe that all students can achieve at high levels and demonstrate cultural competence with a deep understanding of, and empathy for, issues facing urban families. The CFO will have a service orientation toward supporting schools, the Superintendent, and the City of Hartford, and will work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders at all levels, including district personnel, students, families, communities, and advocacy groups. The ideal candidate thrives in an achievement-oriented and fast-paced environment, while skillfully navigating existing political structures and systems. He/she will use their strong execution and project management skills to take initiative and solve problems. The CFO will be an articulate and persuasive communicator, both orally and in writing, and have excellent interpersonal, leadership, and organizational skills, which are vital to success in this role. He/she will be a born leader skilled at re-envisioning, building, and managing a team, while also providing guidance, direction, and feedback for growth. The CFO will have the ability to train, supervise, and evaluate staff from different cultural backgrounds and skill sets, and also be able to build consensus among peer professionals unfamiliar with financial management. The CFO will lead, inspire, and move other adults to action to achieve the ambitious goals of the district. The screening process for this position is immediate, and the deadline to apply is October 15, 2019. Interested and highly qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as only strong candidates will be contacted. For complete posting details, job description and requirements, and/or to apply, click here . Additional inquiries may be directed to Nancy Williams, Senior Talent Recruiter.
Location: Cromwell High School. Requirements: Appropriate CT Certification in Science. Compensation: Per EAC contract. Start Date: August 26, 2019. Deadline for Application: Open until filled. Date of Posting: August 19, 2019. Apply to: Mrs. Frances DiFiore, Principal. Cromwell High School. Cromwell, CT 06416. https://www.applitrack.com/cromwellschools/onlineapp/default.aspx
Elementary School Principal needed in the Milford Public Schools to serve as the instructional leader at Pumpkin Delight Elementary School.
Position available July 1, 2019.
CT Certification (#092) required.
Anticipated first round of interviewing scheduled for Wednesday, June 26th with the finalist round tentatively scheduled for Monday, July 1st.
Salary and benefits per contract.
Deadline to apply: June 23, 2019
Start Date: July 1, 2019
How to Apply: All candidates must apply online through the job posting on our website in order to be considered for the position.
No phone calls please.
The School Committees of Dover and Sherborn invite progressive, dynamic candidates to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools. Dover and Sherborn are historic and picturesque residential towns located 20 miles west of Boston. The PK-12 public schools of Dover and Sherborn comprise three Massachusetts school districts and educate 2074 students in four schools: two town-based elementary schools, a regional middle school and an acclaimed regional high school. The superintendent works with three school committees to ensure productive collaboration and to support one mission and joint strategic initiatives and goals. The committees, which consist of two who govern their respective town’s elementary school, and one that governs the regional middle and high schools, ensure a unified approach to the districts’ management and leadership. The total FY21 operating budget is $43.5 million, allocated as follows: $10.4 million, $7 million and $26.1 million for Dover, Sherborn, and the Dover Sherborn Regional Schools respectively. The public schools of Dover and Sherborn are a deliberate choice for a superintendent seeking an atmosphere of student-centered collaboration and creativity. S/he will join: an engaged and dedicated faculty and staff; students who seek a wide-range of authentic academic and creative challenges; highly supportive and involved parents and residents; a vibrant student body that increasingly includes diverse voices and perspectives reflecting our changing communities; and communities that provide resources, expertise and generous, consistent funding. The candidate interested in this position must have comprehensive leadership, management and educational experience and a license or eligibility for licensure as a superintendent of schools in Massachusetts. An earned doctorate is desired, but not required. This position offers a regionally competitive salary and contract that recognizes exceptional credentials, accomplishments, and promise. To request an application or for more information, please contact: Dr. Carolyn Burke/Dr. Arthur Bettencourt, Dover-Sherborn Superintendent Search, New England School Development Council, 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752; Phone: 508-481-9444; Email: email@example.com To access the application, please visit www.nesdec.org and click on the Executive Search tab or go to: https://www.nesdec.org/executive_search/currentsearches.aspx
Review of applications will begin on November 12, 2020. The expected start date for the new Superintendent is July 1, 2021.
The Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District is located in the hamlet of Oyster Bay, a sailing community that is the home and resting place of our 26th President Theodore Roosevelt. Among its residents are many multi-generational graduates who feel a deep sense of community and take great pride in the area’s history and traditions. Oyster Bay-East Norwich is a small educational community that has always served a diverse student body. Enrollment has been consistent, currently 1533 students, who attend three schools: Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School (Pre-K-Grade 2), James H. Vernon School (Grades 3-6) and Oyster Bay High School (Grades 7-12). The District's 13.1 square-mile boundaries include the hamlets of Oyster Bay and East Norwich and the incorporated villages of Centre Island, Oyster Bay Cove, Cove Neck, and portions of Mill Neck, Muttontown, Laurel Hollow, and Upper Brookville. With a commitment to excellence, the District offers a strong instructional program that embraces all levels of ability in the student population while maintaining one of the lowest student-teacher ratios on Long Island. The professional staff is committed to educating the whole child, with emphasis on individual instruction, enabling teachers to recognize students' strengths and weaknesses, capitalize on their learning styles, identify each child's gifts and talents, and address their social and emotional needs. The classroom curriculum is underpinned by advancements in instructional technology, the full implementation of a 1:1 technology initiative, vast honors, college and Advanced Placement offerings, a unique approach to college preparation and planning, and an increase in STEM opportunities that foster experimentation, analysis and inquiry. The District is committed to the continual improvement of its instructional program that is progressive, rigorous and relevant, and prides itself on the relationships that defines a learning community. The fine and performing arts, as well as our athletic programs and co-curricular activities, play very important roles in the schools. The District is proud of the high percentage of students who take part in multiple opportunities to enhance their education. The Board of Education, community and students are committed to the continual development of educational programs to meet the needs of 21st century learners and look forward to the opportunity to work with a Superintendent that will lead the way. The Superintendent salary will be competitive with the top districts on Long Island. Interviews will start in October with a start date beginning January 1, 2021 or as soon thereafter as possible. Apply to: www.hyasearch.com
The Bourne School Committee invites exceptional candidates to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools. Bourne is a beautiful coastal community located on Buzzards Bay in the northwest section of Cape Cod. With a budget of over $32,000,000, Bourne Public Schools educates 1,945 students in four schools. The Bourne Public Schools has just transitioned to the following grade spans and schools: Bourne High School (BHS), Grades 9-12; Bourne Middle School (BMS), Grades 6-8; Bourne Intermediate School (BIS), Grades 3-5; and Bournedale Elementary School (BES), Grades PreK-2. Bourne is proud to announce that it will provide all day kindergarten at no charge beginning this year. Additionally, a brand new school, Bourne Intermediate School, just opened its doors for the current school year. The new school had strong community support from the beginning, and the facility was completed on time and under budget. One of the main district goals is “to implement fundamental practices across the district that support the maximum academic, social and emotional growth of students.” The position offers the opportunity to join a faculty, staff, and administration that is focused on continuous improvement; lead the district’s smooth transition to new grade configurations; work with an engaged and supportive community; and support and implement best practices across the district. The Bourne School Committee stands ready to offer a contract and regionally competitive compensation package that will attract and retain a highly-qualified superintendent. Deadline: November 4, 2019; Anticipated start date: July 1, 2020. For more information, please contact: Dr. Arthur Bettencourt or Dr. Carolyn Burke, Bourne Superintendent Search, NESDEC, 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752; Phone: 508-481-9444; Email. access the application, visit and click on the Executive Search tab
The Maynard School Committee invites innovative and dedicated candidates to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools. Maynard, with a population of 10,500, is a diverse and vibrant community that celebrates its unique character defined by its New England aesthetic, rich mill heritage and cultural creativity. The Maynard School District (Grades Prek-12) houses approximately 1,350 students in three buildings: Green Meadow Elementary School (Grades PreK-3), Fowler School (Grades 4-8) and Maynard High School (Grades 9-12). The 2019-2020 budget is $19,576,952. The community is consistently financially supportive of the Maynard Public Schools. The next Superintendent of the Maynard Public Schools must have student performance and development for all students as a primary focus. The ability to successfully work with local government officials and a capacity to collaboratively connect with and involve all stakeholders are also essential attributes. Qualified candidates must have strong central office experience combined with a background in teaching. An advanced graduate degree is preferred and a Master’s Degree is required. A Massachusetts Superintendent license or eligibility for license is necessary. The Maynard School District is prepared to provide a multi-year contract with a competitive salary and benefits package, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Deadline: October 28, 2019; Application Review starting November 1, 2019; Anticipated start date: July 1, 2020. For more information, please contact: Dr. Arthur Bettencourt or Dr. Carolyn Burke, Maynard Superintendent Search, NESDEC, 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752; Phone: 508-481-9444; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org To access the application, please visit www.nesdec.org and click on the Executive Search tab
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.