JOB VACANCIES

SUPERINTENDENT/CTE DIRECTOR POSITIONS

RSU No. 5—Superintendent of Schools
Durham, Freeport and Pownal, Maine

Application Deadline:  February 14, 2022
Start Date: July 1, 2022

RSU No. 5 serves the communities of Durham, Freeport and Pownal, Maine. The district is located approximately twenty minutes from Maine's largest city, Portland, along the northern reaches of picturesque Casco Bay.  Our communities enjoy small-town charm and commerce, existing among iconic Maine rocky shoreline, deepwater harbor, tidal rivers, historic villages, rural farmland and forests. 

RSU No. 5 has 6 schools serving 1,990 students: Freeport High School, Freeport Middle School, Mast Landing School, Morse Street School, Durham Community School and Pownal Elementary School. Please visit our website: https://www.rsu5.org/ for more information.

Qualities we value in our Superintendent:

  • A leader who is a strong, clear communicator with staff, parents, students and community.

  • A leader who has a strong commitment in delivering and maintaining an effective and consistent curriculum across all schools in the district.

  • An experienced collaborator who will guide, inspire, and motivate district personnel and has proven abilities and skills in every aspect of school leadership and management.

  • A leader who has a strong working knowledge of school finances including budget development and management.

  • A leader who is committed to creating and maintaining a culture where diversity, equity, and inclusion are respected and celebrated, where every individual will thrive and grow as they are recognized for their inherent value in an evolving world.

  • A leader who promotes and exemplifies a system-wide culture of continuous learning through thoughtful listening, open and transparent communication, building trusting relationships, and upholding clear standards for evaluation of accountability.

  • A leader who facilitates the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared and supported.

To see why you would like to Live and Work in Maine, click here.

COMPENSATION and CONTRACT

The RSU No. 5 School Department is prepared to offer a multi-year contract with an attractive and regionally competitive compensation and benefit package, which is commensurate with experience and background. The district will reimburse reasonable travel and relocation expenses.

APPLICATION PROCESS

The RSU No. 5 School Board is conducting a national search for the Superintendent of Schools and welcomes the opportunity to interview candidates starting in March 2022. The position will begin July 1, 2022. Please submit a full and complete application no later than February 14, 2022.

Click here to request application materials.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Maine School Management Association
Phone: 207-622-3473
Email:
msma@msmaweb.com

RSU No. 5 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

School Union 76—Superintendent of Schools
Brooklin, Deer Isle-Stonington and Sedgwick, Maine

Application Deadline:  January 31, 2022
Start Date: July 1, 2022

School Union 76 would like to extend an invitation to apply for the open position of Superintendent of Schools.

School Union 76 (SU 76) provides central services for the island communities of Deer Isle and Stonington, located on the bridged island of Deer Isle, and the coastal communities of Brooklin and Sedgwick.  The Superintendent also provides contract service to the island community of Isle Au Haut, which is not part of SU 76.

The Deer Isle-Stonington CSD 13 contains an elementary school and high school on a single campus.  The elementary school is home to the Reach Performing Arts Center.

Brooklin and Sedgwick each have their own PreK-8 school.  The majority of their secondary students enroll at George Stevens Academy, a public/private high school in neighboring Blue Hill.  The current SU 76 student count is 553.  This number includes the students of Isle au Haut and those attending a high school other than DISHS from Brooklin and Sedgwick, as they remain the responsibility of the sending town even though they are not attending a school within SU 76.

The SU 76 schools provide our students with a comprehensive, personalized learning experience that includes opportunities to learn both inside and outside the classroom. Community partnerships are essential to this effort. We are fortunate to be able to count the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Edible Island, Project Launch, Island Heritage Trust, the Brooklin Community Garden, Magic School Bus, the Brooklin Boat Yard, the Reach Performing Arts Center and Opera House Arts among the organizations that provide essential support for our approach to learning. 

Each community district has its own board and negotiates their own budget, professional, and support staff contracts.  The combined SU 76 budget is $11,538,990 for 2021- 2022. This includes each individual district budget plus the central office budget and that of Isle au Haut.

The area encompassed by SU 76 and surrounding communities is known for its stunning natural beauty and many 4-season options for outdoor activities and for those with other interests. Deer Isle, Brooklin and Sedgwick all border the Eggemoggin Reach and are renowned for sailing and other recreational boating opportunities. Sedgwick is the location of one of the most spectacular and most photographed vistas in Maine which provides a sweeping view of blueberry fields and the Penobscot Bay with the Camden Hills and Isle au Haut in the distance. Brooklin is the self-proclaimed “Boatbuilding Capital of the World” and is the home of the Atlantic Boat Yard and the Brooklin Boat Yard, while Stonington is the pre-eminent lobster port of Maine. The Haystack Mountain School of Arts, Stonington Opera House and Reach Performing Arts Center and numerous well-established individual artists of all types throughout our SU 76 communities and beyond provide for a robust arts community. Island Heritage Trust and other area conservation organizations provide a wide network of well established, easily accessed hiking trails and opportunities for other outdoor activities. While off the beaten path, the area has small, but strong year-round communities, healthy summer communities and is a popular tourist destination during the late spring, summer and fall seasons.

Candidate Qualifications

Due to the compact nature of the Union and the small central office staff, the ideal candidate will be well-rounded in all aspects of school administration.  The successful candidate must possess strong financial and leadership skills, be an educational leader in curriculum/professional development, be actively engaged with the community, and be an effective communicator.

  • Maine State Superintendent certification (010) required

  • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

  • Competitive benefits  

For more information about School Union 76, visit our website: https://www.su76.org/.

And, for more information as to why you will want to live and work in Maine visit https://liveandworkinmaine.com/.

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

Maine School Management Association
SU 76 Superintendent Search
49 Community Drive
Augusta, ME  04330
Email: msma@msmaweb.com  
Phone:  207-622-3473

EOE

Falmouth Public Schools—Superintendent of Schools
Falmouth, Maine

Application Deadline:  January 31, 2022
Start Date: July 1, 2022

The Falmouth School Board is seeking qualified applications for the position of superintendent of schools, to begin in July 2022.

Falmouth Public Schools serve over 2,000 students on a single, 100-acre, K-12 campus in Falmouth Maine, a coastal community bordering the city of Portland.  Our campus features extensive fields, trails, gardens, greenhouses and hoop house, and rich opportunities for collaboration between schools.  Over the past three years, each of our three schools in the district has been a recipient of the National Blue Ribbon Award; student achievement is exemplary and the community takes great pride in all academic, co-curricular, and athletic accomplishments.  Equally important is our commitment to ensuring that all members of our community feel known, respected, and appreciated as we work to fulfill our District Mission:  Navigating Creative Pathways to Courageous, Compassionate, and Fulfilling Lives.

For additional information about Falmouth Public Schools, please visit our website: www.falmouthschools.org.

Applications for the position can be submitted online at the link below:
Superintendent Application Portal

Questions regarding the online submission process can be directed to:
Helen Hogeback, Executive Assistant: helen.hogeback@falmouthschools.org

Falmouth Public Schools is committed to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion.  We encourage qualified applicants to apply regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

MSAD 75—Superintendent of Schools
Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Harpswell and Topsham, Maine

Application Deadline:  January 31, 2022

REPORTS TO: Board of Directors
STATUS: Exempt/Full-Time/Full-Year Position
TO APPLY: http://applitrack.com/link75/onlineapp

Maine School Administrative District No. 75 seeks an experienced, exceptional and visionary administrative leader for the position of Superintendent of Schools.

Through the daily work of an outstanding Staff and culture; MSAD No. 75 supports and educates roughly 2415 students from the Towns of Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Harpswell and Topsham, Maine. The District has an operating budget of approximately $47,000,000. Located 35 minutes between the Portland and Augusta areas; MSAD No. 75 operates five elementary schools, one middle school and a new state-of-the-art high school. The District also includes Merrymeeting Adult Education, a cooperative effort providing courses and programs for community area students and adult learners. MSAD No. 75 is a participant of Region 10 Technical High School, in collaboration with surrounding area School Districts.

MSAD No. 75 is governed by a 14-member Board of Directors. Candidates for the position of Superintendent of Schools must possess the following professional skills, which will include, but are not limited to:

  • Proven experience as a School and District Administrator

  • Critical thinking

  • Commitment to/interest in the recruitment, retention and support of high-quality educators

  • Exceptional communication and collaboration skills

  • Outstanding and demonstrated leadership abilities, while maintaining approachability

  • Hold keen aptitudes for continued development and support of school improvement, community relations, curriculum and school finance/budgeting

  • Organizational planning and visionary leadership skills; a proven forward/strategic planner and thinker to guide and support our District through the pandemic and successfully into the future

  • Must hold a Maine Department of Education Certification as a Superintendent (#010) or have ability to attain

    The full job description can be viewed here: http://link75.org/cms/one.aspx?portalId=500680&pageId=682533.

    For more information about MSAD No. 75, please visit our website at www.link75.org.

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

RSU #34—Superintendent of Schools
Old Town, Alton and Bradley, Maine

Application Deadline:  January 28, 2022
Effective Date: July 1, 2022

Regional School Unit #34 seeks qualified applicants for the full-time position of Superintendent of Schools.

Located in eastern Maine, RSU #34 is easily accessed by Interstate 95, just a few miles north of Bangor’s city amenities such as an international airport and two large hospitals.  The community is an easy drive or bus ride from Augusta (1.5 hours), Portland (2 hours), and Boston (4 hours).  With a relatively low cost of living, our community and surrounding towns host a variety of original and familiar restaurants, craft purveyors, music, and theater venues.  The home of Old Town Canoe, our lakes, rivers, and ponds provide many outdoor opportunities as do the local wildlife refuges and networks of foot, bike, ski, and ATV/snowmobile trails.  Our community members routinely make day trips for skiing (Sugarloaf, Sunday River, Hermon Mtn.), whitewater rafting (Penobscot, Kennebec, and Dead rivers), to a number of state parks including the renowned Baxter State Park, or to the magnificent Acadia National Park.   

RSU #34 borders the University of Maine’s flagship campus, and works closely with UM and three other local post-secondary institutions as a strong collaborative partner in pedagogy, research, and workforce development.  RSU #34 is active in several regional partnerships, focused on career and technical education, serving students with exceptionalities, and on collaborating for professional development.  Our district hosts the Eastern Maine Reading Recovery Site, leading many partner districts in implementation and continuing professional development.   

RSU #34 serves approximately 1,500 students in grades PK-12, housed in five buildings:  three elementary schools (K-5, PreK-3, and PreK-5), Leonard Middle School (6-8), and Old Town High School (9-12).  Several local communities tuition students to our schools, accessing strong academic and extra-curricular programs.  Our schools have a long-term and recent history of competitive success in academic, music, athletic, and robotics team competition.  In addition to a robust core diploma, Old Town High School offers three diplomas of extra distinction:  the Honors Diploma, STEM Diploma, and Humanities Diploma.  

Our dedicated and skilled staff works hard to address the needs of ALL students through core services, MTSS, and robust special education and Chapter 104 (gifted and talented) services.  RSU #34 educators routinely tap into local resources, especially integrating learning into outdoor endeavors, citizen science, and/or service learning efforts.  Within the past two years, our staff have been honored with three statewide awards (School Counselor Lifetime Achievement award, Curriculum Leader of the Year, and Gifted Educator of the Year).

RSU #34 is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors, which has a long history of stability in our community.  The community, Board, and administrative team are supportive of innovative and thoughtful risk-taking.  While our culture is one of continued improvement and enhancement for students, the district is in sound position with regards to finances, facilities, human resources, and accreditation.  Our students benefit from solid community, volunteer, and parental support. 

The Position:

  • Maine State Superintendent Certification (010) or eligibility for the same;

  • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience;

  • Competitive benefits  

In its next Superintendent, RSU #34 seeks a proven educational leader who will work with staff and community to celebrate and maintain our strengths, and to collaboratively identify and address our next steps for growth. Click here to view the job description.

For more information about RSU #34, please visit https://www.rsu34.org/.

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

Email: msma@msmaweb.com
Phone:  207-622-3473

EOE

AOS 91—Superintendent of Schools
Mt Desert Island Regional School System

Application Deadline:  January 28, 2022
Effective Date: July 1, 2022

The Mount Desert Island Regional School System (MDIRSS/AOS 91) is seeking an exceptional educational and administrative leader to serve as Superintendent. Our regional system enjoys excellent community support and is committed to continuous improvement, professional development and collaboration, system-wide curricular progress and the use of data and pedagogical innovation to provide every child with a high-quality education.

We seek an outstanding educational leader who possesses the following qualities:

• An experienced, motivational and innovative leader ready to lead a diverse regional system that is the binding fabric of eight, close-knit communities.
• A respected, former teacher and principal with a proven track record of success in engaging and challenging all students with a rigorous curriculum articulated across multiple schools.
• An excellent communicator who equally listens to and leads stakeholders across an educational community, celebrates diversity across stakeholders, and maintains open and honest dialogue with the staff, the Board, and the community.
• A gifted manager with a command of the K-12 national educational landscape who can effectively organize the resources needed to move the system forward.
• A visionary administrator who employs strategic planning and tactical approaches, encourages innovative and effective instructional strategies, supports an inclusive planning process, and coordinates the efforts of all staff to achieve the mission of the regional school system.

The greater Mount Desert Island region is the unsurpassed natural gem of the Maine Coast, home of Acadia National Park. Our communities are dynamic, socioeconomically diverse and include a liberal arts college, two biomedical research laboratories, museums and civic organizations.

AOS 91 is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to be a welcoming and inclusive community that supports the safety and well-being of all of our students and staff. We are committed to implementing programs and practices that support diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a part of this commitment, we welcome all applicants. AOS 91 does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, gender identity, orientation, disability, religion, age, national origin, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law. If you are a person of color, LGBTQ+, disabled, or belong to any protected class, we encourage you to apply. Our diversity strengthens our mission to produce global citizens.

Further information about the district can be found in the MDIRSS brochure here or by visiting https://www.mdirss.org/.

Qualifications:

·         Maine State Superintendent Certification (010) or eligibility for the same;
·         Bachelor’s and Advanced academic degrees that demonstrate excellence in educational achievement;
·         Leadership experience in educational settings including schools, colleges, or universities;
·         Experience as a classroom teacher preferred

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

Email: msma@msmaweb.com
Phone:  207-622-3473

MSAD 6—SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Buxton, Hollis, Limington, Standish and Frye Island, Maine

Application Deadline: January 14, 2022
Effective: July 1, 2022

MSAD 6 Board of Directors seeks to secure the most qualified candidate to further the mission, vision and goals as articulated in the District Strategic Plan. The successful candidate will demonstrate commitment to creating a fulfilling school experience and improving student achievement.

The Superintendent will facilitate the mission of the Bonny Eagle School District which is “to help all students to reach their full potential” and will safeguard the beliefs of the MSAD 6 School Department, ensuring that all learners will meet or exceed rigorous content standards and that methods of instruction will inspire and challenge learners. Furthermore, the superintendent will guarantee that every staff member must demonstrate a commitment to creating a fulfilling school experience for all learners and will assure that the schools and the community share responsibility for student learning.

The Superintendent of MSAD 6 will inspire, lead, guide and direct every member of the administrative, instructional and support staff in setting and achieving the highest standards of excellence, so that each student enrolled in our schools may be provided with a complete, valuable, meaningful and personally rewarding education.

Further, the superintendent will oversee the use of all school facilities, property and funds with maximum efficiency of the school system for the development of the school staff and for the educational growth and welfare of the students.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum degree requirement is a Master’s degree in education or related field

  • Maine state certification (010) required, or documents proving eligibility for certification*

  • Minimum of five years’ experience in educational administration;

  • Demonstrated ability to create and maintain positive relations with students, staff, parents, and the community;

  • Ability to work in a collaborative manner with appropriate stakeholders in maintaining a high level of services;

  • Such additions or alternatives as the School Board finds appropriate and acceptable

The Superintendent’s responsibilities include:

  • District Leadership . Make an impact, knowing when to lead, when to listen, and when to collaborate. Make informed decisions. Embody the district’s mission and pilot our Strategic Plan and its results. Articulate a vision. Foster positive school climate and culture. Be present and active with our schools and community.

  • Student Achievement . Put students first, and nurture their academic, social, and emotional growth. Inspire innovative educational curriculum and programs, including special services. Tackle equity issues and strive for increased equality.

  • Staff Engagement . Champion our talented and dedicated team of 700 teachers, administrators, and staff. Mentor a leadership team of key administrators and principals. Guide the hiring, bargaining, onboarding, engagement, professional development, evaluation, and retention of our district’s top asset--our people.

  • Financial & Budget Management . Bring confidence with numeracy, with experience in creating budgets, getting them approved, and managing expenses. Demonstrate acumen in accounting and finance systems.

  • Operations Excellence . Lead a team responsible for supporting a $52,000,000 educational enterprise, including Facilities, Human Resources, Technology, Transportation, Health, Safety, and Nutrition Services.

  • Risk Management . Understand and incorporate risk management principles in the decision-making process, overseeing the governance of policy, code of ethics, conflict of interest, investigations, compliance, procurement, audit, and controls. Work wisely with our district legal counsel.

  • Stakeholder Relations . Forge collaborative relationships and communicate effectively with stakeholders, including students, families, teachers, administrators, staff, collective bargaining associations, professional networks, community members, community organizations, legislative advocates, and the media.

  • Board Collaboration. Contribute to a healthy and productive working relationship with the MSAD 6 Board of Education, to whom you will report. Create performance goals and deliver measurable results, with support from the Board.

MSAD 6 is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to be a welcoming and inclusive community that supports the safety and well-being of all our students and staff. We are committed to implementing programs and practices that support diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a part of this commitment, we welcome all applicants. MSAD 6 does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, gender identity, orientation, disability, religion, age, national origin, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.

Check us out online at https://www.bonnyeagle.org. We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to MSAD 6.

Contact Maine School Management Association for an application and with any questions. Submit a completed application, resume, and proof of (or eligibility for) Maine Superintendent Certification.

Apply by January 14, 2022:

MSAD 6 Superintendent Search
c/o Maine School Management Association
49 Community Drive, Augusta, ME 04330
(207) 622-3473 | Email: msma@msmaweb.com  

* You can earn your Maine Superintendent Certification, called Certificate 010, or a Conditional Certificate through one of several flexible pathways: master’s degree or higher, with three years teaching experience and three years of administrative experience, plus other coursework, and approval of a one-year internship prior to the issuance of the Conditional Certificate. Or, special consideration can also be given to a leader without those credentials who submits a portfolio of professional development and relevant experience, or a one-year mentorship approved by the Maine Certification Office. Contact Maine School Management Association for further guidance.

SUPERINTENDENT/CTE DIRECTOR
REGION 10 TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
BRUNSWICK, MAINE

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  January 18, 2022
EFFECTIVE DATE:  July 1, 2022

Position Opening FY22

The Region 10 Technical High School requests applications from experienced educators with building and central office experience.  Extensive experience with budget development; personnel recruitment; supervision and evaluation of personnel with technical programs; policy development and planning for public meetings; networking with state officials, participating districts and local businesses; administration and supervision of student discipline; development of school scheduling; professional training and curriculum revisions; coordination with adult education; ability to write state and federal grants.

Strong leadership qualities are necessary to be successful, as well as sound decision making practices.  Ability and comfort as an educational leader is expected as well as a pervasive sense of humor.  Superintendent Certification (010) or ability to obtain certification is required.

For more information about Region 10 Technical High School visit the website:  https://www.r10tech.org/.

To request an application, email msma@msmaweb.com.

Please send (via email is preferred) by Tuesday, January 18, 2022, a completed application, current resume, copies of certifications and transcripts, three current letters of recommendation, and a cover letter explaining why this position is so attractive to you to:

msma@msmaweb.com
Region 10 Technical H.S. Supt/Dir Search
c/o Maine School Management Association
49 Community Drive
Augusta, ME 04330
PH: (207) 622-3473

EOE

OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Accountant
MSAD 75 District Office

Topsham, ME

JOB TYPE:                Exempt/260 Days Full-Year/Full-Time
CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled (Position open as of December, 2021)
TO APPLY:
    http://applitrack.com/link75/onlineapp

Position Overview:

To provide daily accounting functions necessary to maintain a general ledger in accordance with GAAP and audit recommendations; to manage District cash flow; to provide accounting and financial data to support various District processes.

Essential Functions:

1.                  Make journal transaction entries and budget revisions into the general ledger with clear audit trails.
2.                 Enter budgets and budget revisions into the accounting system.
3.                 Reconcile monthly general ledger accounts. Review general fund bank reconciliation, and reconcile various other checking accounts. Review
and approve reconciliations of school student activity funds prepared by school office employees.
4.                 Support the annual audit, including, but not limited to, preparing summaries, schedules, researching questions, entering audit adjustments and rolling over year-end balances.
5.                 Maintain fixed assets database.
6.                 Conduct bank transactions, including funds transfers, as authorized by the Business Manager.
7.                  Prepare periodic external reports including financial reports, federal cash requirement reports for federal grants and other reports as assigned by the Business Manager.
8.                 Prepare and upload the District’s data submissions for the Maine Educational Data Management System (MEDMS) Financial Module.
9.                 Manage the computerized accounting system including coordinating all systems changes and upgrades with the District’s Information Systems staff.
10.              Serve as back-up to accomplish the District’s biweekly payroll function in the absence of the Payroll Specialist.
11.               Provide data to Human Resources to support the preparation of annual stipend contracts and annual teacher contracts.
12.              Provide data to the Business Manager to support the annual budget development process.
13.              Act as resource for Infinite Visions software.
14.              Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

·         Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business management.
·         Maine Department of Education Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) or ability to attain.
·         Minimum of at least two years’ experience with computerized accounting systems.
·         Strong computer literacy including spreadsheet/database programs. Advanced experience in Excel preferred. Working knowledge/experience with Tyler Technologies Infinite Visions accounting software preferred.
·         Strong interpersonal and communication skills. This position will develop working rapport with Employees from across the District.
·         Strong detail and organizational ability.
·         Prior experience with internal audits preferred.

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

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

OUT OF STATE ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

COLORADO

Superintendent
Platte Valley Weld RE7 School District
Kersey, Colorado

Application Deadline:  January 18, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

Summit School District
Frisco, Colorado

Application Deadline:  January 31, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

Swink School District
Swink, Colorado

Application Deadline:  January 24, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

IOWA

Superintendent
Maquoketa Community School District
Maquoketa, Iowa

Application Deadline:  February 10, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Executive Director
Regional Services and Education Center (RSEC)
Amherst, New Hampshire

Application Deadline:  January 19, 2022, 4:00 PM EST
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

Superintendent
SAU 33 - Raymond School District
Raymond, New Hampshire

Application Deadline:  January 17, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

Superintendent
SAU 35
Bethleham, Landaff, Lison and Lafayette, New Hampshire

Application Deadline:  January 18, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

Superintendent
SAU 49 - Governor Wentworth Regional School District
Brookfield, Effingham, New Durham, Ossipee, Tuftonboro and Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

Application Deadline:  January 18, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

Superintendent
SAU 83 - Hudson School District
Hudson, New Hampshire

Application Deadline:  January 21, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

NEW YORK

Superintendent
Rockville Centre School Districk
Nassau County, Long Island, New York

Application Deadline:  February 4, 2022
For more information please click here.

Superintendent
North Shore School District
Nassau County, Long Island, New York

Application Deadline:  February 6, 2022
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WASHINGTON

Superintendent
Aberdeen School District
Aberdeen, Washington

Application Deadline:  February 3, 2022
Date Available: 
July 1, 2022

For more information please click here.

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