Long Term Interim Superintendent of Schools
(Length of term: to be determined by successful candidate and school board)
St. George Municipal School Unit
St. George, Maine

Application Deadline: October 8, 2021 or will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
Effective: TBD by successful candidate and school board.

St. George MSU is searching for an interim Superintendent.  The length of this position will be determined by the successful candidate and the school board.

Interested candidates should submit the following materials:

·         Letter of application
·         Completed application
·         Current resume
·         Names and contact information for three references
·         Proof of Certification 010, or the ability to secure a conditional 010

Send materials via email (preferred) to:

Maine School Management Association
c/o St. George MSU Interim Superintendent Search
49 Community Drive
Augusta, ME  04330
Tel: (207) 622-3473


If your school unit is interested in having administrative vacancies listed on this site, please email notice to Steven Bailey.


Assistant Principal
Mt. Ararat High School, MSAD 75
Topsham, Maine

CLOSING DATE: October 15, 2021
EFFECTIVE: School Year 2021-2022

TO APPLY:                                                                              


  • Assist the Principal with organizational management of the high school.

  • Assume leadership role and direct support in the management of students in areas such as discipline, attendance, bus supervision, sports events and all other school-sponsored activities.

  • Serve as a member of the school leadership team.

  • Serve, as needed, as the administrator representative at meetings associated with programming for individual students.

  • Communicate both verbally and in writing to parents and students as required.

  • Assist in curriculum development, instructional practices, supervision, evaluation and other educational initiatives.

  • Provide oversight for safety and crisis management planning.

  • Assume responsibility for other tasks as assigned by the Principal or Superintendent.


  • Maine Department of Education certification as an Assistant Building Administrator (#45).

  • Demonstrated educational leadership skills.

  • Knowledge of best instructional practices and evaluation systems.

  • Experience working with high school age student populations.

  • Demonstrated ability to implement procedures and protocols as associated with Board policies.

  • Excellent organizational skills.

  • Ability to skillfully manage scheduling, both routine and special schedules.

  • Skilled in the use of technology and knowledge of information systems.

  • Professional manner and collaboration skills.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, students, district staff, parents and community service providers.

  • Ability to engage students and staff in planning and facilitation of schoolwide activities/programs to foster a safe environment.

 MSAD No. 75 is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

Interim Principal (K-2)
Pleasant Hill School, Scarborough School District
Scarborough, Maine

Effective: October 2021
Application Deadline: September 29, 2021

Description:  The Scarborough School District seeks a proven leader to join a dynamic K-2 Leadership Team as a building principal.  The ideal candidate will bring building leadership experience, commitment to students, demonstrated success in building a data culture that increases and ensures more equitable student achievement, and commitment to school transformation through adult professional learning. This role requires an individual with curriculum and assessment knowledge, a commitment to growth and change, and the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with colleagues and parents.

Qualifications:  Maine Department of Education Certification as Principal or equivalent/State of Maine Administrator Certification 040.

Application Instructions: Scarborough Public Schools does not accept paper applications or supporting materials. All applications and supporting materials are to be completed via Frontline Recruiting at

Maine Department of Education Certification Information can be obtained online at the department’s website at

Maine State Law requires ALL school employees to be fingerprinted and pass a Criminal History Record Check (CHRC). A copy of your CHRC MUST be uploaded as part of your application to be considered. For more information about Maine’s Criminal History Record Check (CHRC) requirements, please see the Maine Department of Education website at

About Scarborough Public Schools
Located on the scenic coast of Southern Maine, six miles southwest of Portland, Scarborough Public Schools provide services to students from kindergarten to adult education practicing its philosophy of offering quality education for all eligible members of the community. Students learn in a positive atmosphere where dedicated educators strive to meet individual student needs throughout the school year and beyond.

For more information on Scarborough Public Schools, please see our website at

Director of Special Services
School Union 93
Blue Hill, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot and Surry, Maine

Come join the dynamic administrative team of School Union #93, serving the beautiful Maine coastal towns of Blue Hill, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot, and Surry.  Each town in the Union has a single PK - 8 school with a total enrollment of approximately 560 students.  All high school students are tuitioned to area public/private high schools (Ellsworth HS, Bucksport HS, George Stevens Academy, etc).  

We are seeking a Director of Special Services who will excel at:

  • Supervising and coordinating all Elementary and Secondary special education programs

  • Providing leadership in establishing new programs and improving existing programs

  • Monitoring and further developing procedures for the ongoing identification of students with special needs

  • Developing, monitoring, and reporting all projects supported in each school’s IDEA grants

  • Refining procedures for placement, evaluation, assignment, and appraisal of students with special needs

  • Reviewing changes mandated by State and federal law including updating required forms and record-keeping procedures

  • Collaboratively supervising, evaluating, and advocating for special education teachers, and special education educational technicians

  • Together with IEP Teams, evaluating the total special education program, curriculum, procedures, and special education student needs

  • Compiling and maintaining our reports, records, and other legally-required documents, both in hard-copy and electronic files 

  • Collaboratively developing budget recommendations and the annual budget for special education programs

  • Supporting and monitoring the provision of s.504 supports for eligible Elementary and Secondary students

  • Compiling and maintaining the annual s.504 documents for Elementary and Secondary students


  • Masters Degree in Special Education Administration

  • 030 certification as a Maine special education administrator or eligible for the certification

  • Knowledge of Federal and Maine special education law, regulations, and procedures

  • Knowledge of Federal and Maine law, regulations, and protocols related to s.504

  • A minimum of five years of experience as special educator or school administrator

  • Ability to work effectively with school personnel and parents

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and technology skills 

This is a full-time, year round position with competitive salary and benefits.

To request an application, please contact:

Susan Duddy, Administrative Assistant
School Union #93
20 Hinckley Ridge Road
Blue Hill, ME  04614

If your school unit is interested in having administrative vacancies listed on this site, please email notice to Steven Bailey.


If your school unit is interested in having administrative vacancies listed on this site, please email notice to Steven Bailey.