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assistant superintendent - south portland School Department

south portland, MAINE

"ENRICHING LIVES THROUGH QUALITY LEARNING FOR ALL"

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 6, 2020

START DATE: JULY 1, 2020

The South Portland School Department is seeking an educational leader to work collaboratively with the superintendent, administrative team, staff and community as we strive to provide equity of opportunity and educational outcomes for all students.

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree
  • Possess or be eligible for Maine Superintendent of Schools certification
  • Experience in grant writing and oversight
  • Ten (10) years experience in school settings including experience as an educational administrator and teacher
  • Knowledge of and skill in professional educational research, data-informed decision making, school improvement and long-range planning strongly preferred
  • Experience working in culturally diverse setting with English Language Learners strongly preferred

Please submit a cover letter and updated resume on School Spring (www.schoolspring.com).

The South Portland School Department is an equal opportunity employer.


SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - AUBURN SCHOOL DEPARTMENT

AUBURN, MAINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 16, 2020

START DATE: JULY 1, 2020

The Auburn School Committee is seeking an innovative and exemplary leader to serve as their next Superintendent of Schools.

Auburn is the fifth largest city in Maine located on the banks of the Androscoggin River and nestled in the foothills of Western Maine.

The Auburn School Department includes six PreK-6 Elementary Schools, one middle school, a 9-12 High School, a 9-12 Alternative School, and a Regional Educational Treatment Center and Success of Student Program. Current enrollment is approximately 3,600 students. Auburn Schools proudly rank highly against national standards.

The Auburn School Committee will hire a strong visionary leader to lead its schools. This position offers the opportunity to join a faculty, staff and administration that is focused on continuous improvement, work with an engaged and supportive community and support and implement best practices across the district.

Critical Competencies:

  • Focused on Students and Learning
  • Collaborative and distributive leadership
  • Innovative and forward thinker
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Commitment to the interests of all stakeholders: students, staff, parents and community.
  • Strong foundation in curriculum, instruction assessment and educational best practices.
  • Knowledge of school finance and the ability to secure resources needed to support district schools and initiatives
  • An understanding of the social and emotional needs of both students and staff, as well as experience in creating climate of respect and safe schools.

Auburn School Department Vision 2030

An advanced graduate degree is preferred and a Master’s Degree is required. This position offers a regionally competitive salary and benefits package.

Eligibility for Maine superintendent certification (010) is required.

To Apply, Contact

Auburn Superintendent Search
c/o Maine School Management Association
49 Community Drive
Augusta, ME 04330
Tel: 1-800-660-8484
Email: msma@msmaweb.com

EOE


SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - HERMON SCHOOL DEPARTMENT

HERMON, MAINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 24, 2020

START DATE: JULY 1, 2020

The Hermon School Department is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic superintendent to assume leadership of its three schools as of July 1, 2020, or as negotiated.

Located in Penobscot County, Hermon is a growing community west of Bangor.

The successful candidate must be committed to student success, high academic standards and knowledgeable in proficiency-based education.

Candidates must have demonstrated experience as a strong organizational, instructional, and fiscal leader who is able to provide vision, inspiration, and commitment focused on providing students with quality education in wholesome environments. It is expected that the candidates will also demonstrate experience relevant to supporting the Hermon’s mission of partnering with families and the community to inspire and empower all learners with the knowledge, skills, and experience essential for success in college. career and community.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • State of Maine certification with a 010 endorsement
  • Excellent educational leadership skills
  • Demonstrated leadership experience with budget, finance, and human resources
  • Experience with PreK - grade 12 curriculum and programming
  • Experience with the development and execution of short and long-term maintenance plans for school buildings and grounds preferred
  • Experience with specialized programs (Special Education, G&T, dual enrollment etc.)
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills

Job Description

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

To request an application contact Maine School Management Association via email: msma@msmaweb.com or tel: (207) 622-3473.

Completed application packets should be sent to:

Hermon Superintendent Search
c/o Maine School Management Association
49 Community Drive
Augusta, ME 04330

Candidates should not make contact with Hermon school committee members.

EOE


SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - SCHOOL UNION 69

APPLETON, HOPE AND LINCOLNVILLE, MAINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 6, 2020

START DATE: JULY 1, 2020

School Union 69 extends an invitation to apply for the position of Superintendent of Schools.

School Union 69 is comprised of the three small towns of Appleton, Hope and Lincolnville in beautiful Midcoast Maine.

The Union provides services for three elementary schools: Appleton Village School (K-8), Hope Elementary School (PreK-8), and Lincolnville Central School (K-8). Children in grades 9-12 attend Camden Hills Regional High School in Camden, Maine. The current student population in School Union 69 is approximately 519.

  • Maine state Superintendent certification (010) required
  • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience
  • Competitive benefits

Click here to view the job description.

For more information about School Union 69, please visit https://union.fivetowns.net/.

Interested candidates should contact Maine School Management Association to request application materials.

Phone: 207-622-3473

Email: msma@msmaweb.com

or mail requests to:

Maine School Management Association
School Union 69 Superintendent Search
49 Community Drive
Augusta, ME 04330

EOE


SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - AOS 90

BAILEYVILLE, CARROLL PLT., COOPER, DREW PLT., EAST RANGE CSD, GRAND LAKE STREAM, MACWAHOC PLT., MEDDYBEMPS, MSAD 30, PRINCETON, REED PLT., TALMADGE, LAKEVILLE, AND WAITE, MAINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL A SUITABLE CANDIDATE IS FOUND

START DATE: JULY 1, 2020

The School Board of the A.O.S. #90 seeks an experienced and visionary school leader to oversee its PreK-12 educational programs in one half of the district. This section of district includes: Cooper, Meddybemps, Grand lake Stream, Waite, Talmadge, and has schools in the district which include the Woodland Elementary School (PreK-6) the Princeton Elementary School (Pk-8) The East Range II School (K-8) and Woodland High School (7-12) schools. Students also have the opportunity to attend the Calais Technical Center in Calais.

The district strives to inspire and promote a positive learning environment. In this environment students learn to become both critical and creative thinkers so that they can engage with the larger world with thoughtfulness and empathy.

AOS 90’s Next Educational Leader Will Demonstrate:

  • Proven leadership skills in both the academic and operations realms
  • Exemplary communication skills (verbal and written)
  • A passion for enhancing student achievement, as well as promoting and supporting professional development for educators in the district
  • Proven expertise in developing and implementing curriculum, programs, and educational practices that improve teaching and learning in K-12 environments
  • Well-developed skills in operations and financial management- strong working knowledge of budget development and management
  • Ability to forge positive working relations with students, staff, parents, and the general public
  • Strong working knowledge of state and federal educational policies, programs and laws
  • Proven experience handling personnel and labor relations
  • Ability to both develop and work closely with educational leadership team
  • Experience with the development and execution of short and long-term maintenance plans for school buildings and grounds
  • Best practices in School Board and Superintendent relations
  • Ability to lead district through school construction process

Qualifications:

  • Experience, as well as a positive track record as a Superintendent of Schools
  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree in educational administration or equivalent in a related field
  • Must hold an active Maine State Superintendent certification (010)
  • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Key job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Providing effective leadership in the academic and operations realms
  • Creating, implementing and maintaining positive, comprehensive and productive educational programs
  • Building and maintaining a positive culture for students and employees
  • Personnel Management
  • School Finance/Budgeting
  • School Facilities Management

Interested candidates should submit the following materials:

  • Current Resume - Curricula Vitae accepted in addition to resume
  • Letter of Interest - Addressed to A.O.S. #90 School Board, P.O. Box 580, Baileyville, Maine 04694
  • Statement on philosophy of educational leadership
  • Three written recommendations
  • Copy of active Maine State Superintendent certification (010)

EOE


Part Time SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - Carrabassett Valley School Department

Carrabassett Valley, MAINE

Application Deadline: February 24, 2020

Start Date: July 1, 2020

Carrabassett Valley is an independent municipal school system that tuitions all of its students to State-approved schools. Carrabassett Valley presently has tuition agreements with two area school units and also tuitions students to the in town private ski school.

The Carrabassett Valley School Committee is looking for an experienced part-time superintendent who will be responsible for, among other tasks:

  • Overseeing all students Pre- K through 12
  • Placement of special education programming as receiving schools
  • Communication with administration at receiving schools
  • Tracking residency
  • Developing and updating appropriate policies
  • Completing all state and Federal reports
  • Fiscal Management: Develop and monitor a fiscally responsible budget

State of Maine Superintendent (010) certification is required.

Terms of Employment: Calendar year, part-time flexible hours, Salary regionally competitive.

To apply please submit a completed job application, along with the documents requested therein (including a letter of interest, a resume, three letters of reference, transcripts, proof of certification/eligibility for certification). Applications and supporting materials must be received or postmarked by February 24, 2020.

The job application may be downloaded from the Town website (http://www.carrabassettvalley.org) or by contacting the town clerk, Wendy Russell, at wrussell@carrabassettvalley.org or (207) 235-2645.

Completed applications can be sent to Wendy Russell via email: wrussell@carrabassettvalley.org; faxed at (207) 235-2825; or mailed to: Wendy Russell, Town Office, 1001 Carriage Road, Carrabassett Valley 04947.

EOE


SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - MSAD #60

North Berwick, Berwick and Lebanon, MAINE

Application Deadline: February 14, 2020

Start Date: July 1, 2020

The MSAD 60 Board of Directors seeks dynamic, innovative candidates for its Superintendent of Schools position.

Maine School Administrative District #60 (MSAD 60) is a regional, rural school district serving 3,100 students in Berwick, North Berwick, and Lebanon, Maine with a total population of residents of approx. 18,000. MSAD #60 has a rich legacy of leadership, mission-driven accomplishments, and innovation for our students in grades K-12. The district is comprised of 5 elementary schools: Vivian Hussey School, K-3 (Berwick); Eric L. Knowlton School, 4-5 (Berwick); Hanson Elementary School, K-3 (Lebanon); Lebanon Elementary School, 4-5 (Lebanon); and North Berwick Elementary School, K-5 (North Berwick). The students from the three towns come together in grades 6 and 7 at Noble Middle School in Berwick. Noble High School, in North Berwick, serves approx. 1,150 students in grades 8-12. The Mary Hurd Academy, a special purpose school for grade 6-12 students with specific behavioral and emotional needs, is also an integral part of the MSAD 60 programming.

For the last twenty-five years, MSAD 60 has continually found innovative, effective ways to organize and deliver instruction in increasingly personalized, student-centered structures and methodologies. With a 2019-2020 budget of $42 million dollars, the District is overseen by a nine-member elected Board of Directors. The board has full authority to set the budget and bring it to a community vote. The community is consistently financially supportive of the MSAD 60 public schools. The District is focused on education from the ground up, with strong staff involvement in curriculum development, and an educational philosophy that embraces personalization, inclusion, heterogeneity, and rigor. The district is also committed to supporting its students' social-emotional well-being through such approaches as Responsive Classroom and Second Step.

The Superintendent is supported by several district-wide staff members, including Assistant Superintendent, Director of Teaching and Learning, and Business Administrator.

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 construction focused on each of our three town’s elementary schools; work with an engaged and supportive community, and support and implement best practices across the district.

Qualified candidates will possess:

●an attitude that reflects that s/he is “In the Kid Business;”
●strong administrative leadership skills;
●high ethical standards in all aspects of his/her work;
●an understanding of the demands and needs of today’s environment (social-emotional, trauma-informed) for both students and staff;
●excellent communication skills;
●excellent professional relationships with faculty, staff, administration and community partners;
●success in fiscal and personnel management, and
●involvement at the state level to advocate for and remain current with relevant legislation and policy.

An advanced graduate degree is preferred and a Master's Degree is required. This position offers a regionally competitive salary and benefits package.

Review of applications will begin on February 14, 2020. The expected start date for the new Superintendent is July 1, 2020.

For more information, please contact:

Ms. Astrida Schaeffer and Ms. Susan Austin
MSAD 60 Superintendent Search
P.O. Box 819
North Berwick, Maine 03906
Phone: 207 676 2234
Email:  hr@msad60.org

EOE


SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS - MAINE INDIAN EDUCATION

Calais, MAINE

Application Deadline: Friday, March 6, 2020 at Noon

Start Date: July 1, 2020

To serve the three Native American school communities in Maine.

  • State of Maine Superintendent (010) certification required.
  • Salary and benefits are regionally competitive.

MIE is comprised of three K-8 schools located at the Indian Township Passamaquoddy Reservation, the Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Reservation (both in Washington County) and Penobscot Indian Nation (Penobscot County).

The Central Office of Maine Indian Education is located in Calais, Maine at the Wabanaki Culture Center.

High schools students are tuitioned to area high schools.

MIE and its three schools receive funding through the Bureau of Indian Education and Maine Department of Education and is responsible for meeting federal and state accountability measures.

Maine Indian Education is seeking a knowledgeable and culturally-aware Superintendent to:

  • Provide leadership in developing and maintaining the best possible
  • educational programs and services for the students of our school system.
  • This person will lead, guide, and direct every member of the administrative,
  • instructional, and support services teams in setting and achieving the highest standards of excellence in educational programs and operating systems and will be responsible for a system of supervision and evaluation for all staff designed to meet the goals of the school system.
  • The Superintendent will also oversee and administer the use of all facilities, property, and funds in the best interests of students and the school system.

  • The successful candidate must submit to substance abuse testing as required by the 
    School Committee.

    Only completed applications will be considered. 

    Apply to:

    Search Committee
    Maine Indian Education
    39A Union Street
    Calais, ME 04619

    Tel: 207-454-2126

    Contact: Wanda.Barlow@bie.edu

    MIE Administrative Application available at: http://www.mie.bie.edu/

    Native American Preference/EOE


    OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

    business manager – hermon school department, Hermon, MAINE

    OPEN UNTIL A SUITABLE CANDIDATE IS FOUND

    POSITION AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY

    The Hermon School Department is seeking a Business Manager to administer the financial and business affairs of the district in such a way as to provide the best possible educational services with the financial resources available. The Business Manager provides HR leadership to employees by providing strategic counsel on a wide variety of areas to maximize organizational effectiveness and performance. This is a full-time, year-round position.

    Responsibilities:

    • Assists the Administrative Team in the creation of a $14M budget
    • Oversees the expenditure of the approved budget
    • Leads and supports the employees in the business office
    • Oversees invoicing and management of grants
    • Keeps current on all finance and human resource laws and trends
    • Prepares monthly financial reports and others as required by the state and federal government
    • Assumes responsibility for long-range financial planning
    • Arranges for the internal auditing of school accounts
    • Handles employee relations issues in a timely and effective fashion

    Requirements:

    • Proven experience with major emphasis in school finance and business administration
    • Degree in Business Management and /or Accounting preferred
    • Demonstrated leadership/supervision skills
    • Knowledge of human resource and labor laws
    • Collaborative team player
    • Ability to balance multiple priorities
    • Must hold a Maine Department of Education Criminal History Record Check (CHRC)

    Rate of pay is based on experience with a competitive benefits package.

    Apply by submitting a Support Staff Application to:

    Mr. Gary J. Gonyar
    Superintendent of Schools
    Hermon School Department
    31 Billings Road
    Hermon, ME 04401
    Telephone: (207) 848-4000 ext. 6000
    Fax: (207) 848-5226

    EOE/AA


    PRINCIPAL – SCARBOROUGH PUBLIC SCHOOLS, SCARBOROUGH MIDDLE SCHOOL - SCARBOROUGH, MAINE

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 28, 2020
    DATE AVAILABLE: JULY 1, 2020

    The Scarborough School District seeks a progressive, innovative instructional leader for Scarborough Middle School. The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills, a strong commitment to high quality teaching and learning and the ability to balance the needs of students, staff, families, and community stakeholders. The ideal candidate must have a collaborative approach to leadership, a clear sense of vision, and a desire to contribute to a dynamic school and district leadership team. Applicants must have a Master's Degree and State of Maine Certification or eligibility with a minimum of three years of school leadership experience.

    Scarborough Middle School Principal Job Description

    Please apply to www.applitrack.com/scarborough/onlineapp/

    EOE


    PRINCIPAL – MSAD 6, BONNY EAGLE HIGH SCHOOL - STANDISH, MAINE

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 21, 2020
    DATE AVAILABLE: JULY 1, 2020

    Bonny Eagle High School, located in Standish, Maine, is searching for an innovative High School Principal who will work collaboratively with the school community to provide all students opportunities that prepare them for their transition to the next step in their life.

    The vision of MSAD 6 is to embrace a system of continuous improvement in a safe and supportive learning environment. Our students are compassionate and our staff is committed to excellence. Our District is comprised of 8 schools and an Adult Education Program that is staffed with over 650 caring professionals. Bonny Eagle High School has 1100+ students with many academic and co-curricular learning opportunities. If you are considering a professional opportunity to grow, learn, and contribute to public education with innovative and enthusiastic educators, you must consider Bonny Eagle High School.

    There are many ways to earn a living in our global economy, but few are as rewarding as preparing our children to be caring, productive, educated, and knowledgeable. Under your leadership, you will have the support to ensure that all students have multiple opportunities and are prepared to meet the changing and competitive needs of a global economy.

    If you would like to learn more about the exciting work in MSAD 6 and how we are making a difference in and out of the classroom for our students and you are interested in learning more about the high school principal position, please send the following to Paul Penna, Superintendent of Schools, at msad6info@bonnyeagle.org by Friday, February 21, 2020:

    1. Send a copy of your professional resume, and

    2. Send a one-page summary of your educational philosophy / professional platform.

    Visit us at https://www.bonnyeagle.org.

    EOE


    BUSINESS MANAGER – SANFORD SCHOOL DEPARTMENT - SANFORD, MAINE

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: JOB WILL BE POSTED UNTIL FILLED
    DATE AVAILABLE: JANUARY 2020

    The Sanford School Department is conducting a search for a Business Administrator who will oversee all business and accounting functions of the School Department, including payroll and benefits, accounts payable and receivable, procurement, reconciliations, grant programs, budget preparation, state and federal reporting, and school construction projects.

    Ideal applicants will possess skills and experience in:

    • School Business Management: Federal and State Reporting, Fund Accounting Processes, Effective Communications, Strategic Planning, Budgeting
    • Cash Management: Cash Collection and Disbursement, Cash Flow Analysis, Reconciliation Processes, Student Activity Accounts
    • School Construction: Request for Proposals and Bidding, construction funding and SRRFs
    • School Organization and Operations: School committees, City governance, Analyzing Economic Factors, Liaison with City Financial Personnel, Developing procedures for cost-effectiveness
    • Insurance and Risk Management: Workers Compensation, Property/Casualty and Liability insurance, Health insurance, Cafeteria Plans, Errors and Omission Insurance, Methods of Risk Management
    • Labor Relations & Employment Law: Collective Bargaining, Wage and hour, Discrimination, COBRA, FMLA, Federal & State Retirement Issues
    • Payroll & Related Personnel Issues: State and Federal payroll laws and regulations, Tax regulations, Employee retirement plans, Aspects of completing payroll and direct deposits
    • Revenue, Expenditures and Budgeting: Maine's Essential Program and Services (State Aid), Federal and State Programs, Forecasting, Accounting Manuals, Fund Accounting, Journal Entries, external audit, internal controls
    • Purchasing: Bidding, Reviewing Contracts, Lease Purchases, Bonding, Borrowing and Investing, Arbitrage
    • Support Services: Transportation, Facilities, Food Service, Technology, Performing Arts Center
    • Technology Skills: Experience with ADS ProFund software systems, Maine Department of Education MEDMS/NEO software, Microsoft Office software are highly desirable.
    • Fundraising: Manage separate non-profit 501c3 and serve as donor liaison.
    • Public speaking: Board presentations, public hearings, district PD on insurance and health

    Position Type: Full-Time

    Job Requirements:

    • Preferred candidate would hold or be eligible for Maine Association of School Business Officials "School Business Official lll, Certification."
    • Active CPA license required
    • Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in supervisory role
    • Experience in auditing and financial reporting, non-profit organization preferred
    • Citizenship, residency or work Visa required

    Apply for this job online at: http://www.schoolspring.com/job?3209609

    Contact Information:

    Matt Nelson, Superintendent
    917 Main Street, Suite 200
    Sanford, ME 04073
    Phone: (207) 324-2810
    Fax: (207) 324-5742

    EOE


    OUT OF STATE ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS


    SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS – SAU 7, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia, Pittsburg, and Stewartstown SCHOOL DISTRICTs, Great North Woods of NEW HAMPSHIRE

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: JOB WILL BE POSTED UNTIL FILLED

    DATE AVAILABLE: JULY 1, 2020

    FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE.

    EOE


    SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS – Morgan Co. R-11 School District, Versailles, Missouri

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 27, 2020

    DATE AVAILABLE: JULY 1, 2020

    FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE.

    EOE


    SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS – Locust Valley Central SCHOOL DISTRICT, Long Island, NEW YORK

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 1, 2020
    DATE AVAILABLE: JULY 1, 2020

    FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE.

    EOE


    SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS – Quileute Tribal School, La Push, Washington

    Application Deadline: February 20, 2020
    Date Available: July 1, 2020

    For more information please click here.

    EOE


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