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PA Public Sch. Administration

This page contains a listing of professional K-12 administrative vacancies in public schools in Pennsylvania, including Central Office administrator, building administrator and other non-commissioned administrative positions, including those in Career & Technical schools. Openings are listed in order of application deadline dates. Vacancies and available positions are posted upon request and review. PASA reserves the right not to publish an open position. To request a vacancy announcement posting on this web site, send a message to the Webmaster or call PASA at (717) 540-4448. Please include your phone number with your e-mail request. Information needed includes: position, entity, contact name/address, application deadline.
 
Last Update: November 12, 2019

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR
Twin Valley

I.U. 14 – Berks Co.
To Apply: Apply on PA REAP at www.pareap.net  and submit a letter of interest with resume to the Director of Human Resources, 4851 North Twin Valley Road, Elverson, PA  19520.  
Deadline: 11/15/19
About the Position:
Effective date on or about January 6, 2020. Cabinet-level position responsible for all aspects of the school district's business operations, including budget development and management, accounting and reporting, overseeing pupil transportation, buildings and grounds maintenance, food service, and purchasing.  BS degree or above in Business Administration or Accounting required, with experience as a school district business administrator preferred.  Must have an excellent working knowledge of local, state and federal statutes and the ability to create multi-year budget forecasts, establish and maintain effective working relationships with all staff and the school community, as well as experience working with foundations, grants and alternative funding options. Salary starting at $120,000; commensurate with ability and experience. Excellent benefits. EOE

BUSINESS MANAGER
Manheim Township

I.U. 13 – Lancaster Co.
To Apply: In order to be considered for this position, click here to fill out an application on our website.
Deadline: 11/15/19
About the Position:

Full-time, 12-Month - Act 93 Position. Start date on or before January 6, 2020.Candidate must have demonstrated experience in financial management and leadership success in a school or business setting.  Candidate must possess outstanding interpersonal, organizational and communication skills. Must be highly detail-oriented, exceptionally organized, and possess the ability to multi-task and think critically and creatively in a fast-paced environment.  Responsibilities include financial management, accounting, state and federal reporting, investments, debt service, cash management and purchasing ($102 million dollar budget). The successful candidate will oversee all aspects of the District’s Business Office, and reports to the Chief Operating Officer.  Bachelor’s degree in a business related field is required. Salary range: $76,000 - $106,500, dependent upon qualifications, education and experience.  

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SERVICES (anticipated)
Delaware County Intermediate Unit

To Apply: Online   
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:
Assists the Assistant to the Executive Director for Student Services in the day-to-day administration of Intermediate Unit programs in the Student Services Department. Expected to provide leadership to develop and implement a comprehensive system of Student Auxiliary and Specialized services and programs, Special Education, Nonpublic school services, Pupil Services, Early Childhood Education, and other niche services to ensure DCIU is in the cutting edge of programming. Key to this position is strengthening current programs and demonstrating entrepreneurialism as Intermediate Units are a service organization and must evolve based on the needs of our stakeholders. Required: Master’s Degree, Special Education Supervisor Certification; minimum of 6 to 8 years of progressive educational administrative experience; experience in education, including Pupil Services and curriculum and Instruction; expertise with oversight of administration and staff, responsibility of large scale budgets, frequent interfaces with customers/stakeholders. To learn more information about the DCIU, visit www.dciu.org.

COORDINATOR OF STUDENT SERVICES AND BEHAVIORAL SUPPORTS
Delaware County Intermediate Unit 21

To Apply: Click here for more information about the position and instructions on how to apply.
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:
Responsible for supporting the Department of Student Services in leading, developing, implementing, and coordinating programs and services and various special education programs and behavior supports. Critical areas include interfacing with customers, district and IU administration and staff on important behavioral initiatives. The position supports instructional, non-instructional, and administrative personnel by utilizing skills in problem solving, ongoing progress monitoring, data collection and data analysis, functional behavior assessments, behavioral intervention, consultation and collaboration, program evaluation, staff training, and crisis management. This position embraces the development of entrepreneurial undertakings. The ideal candidate will have Master's Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis Degrees, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), successfully passed the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Supervisor Training Curriculum assessment, and have 8-10 years of teaching/clinical experience.

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12

To Apply: Online application
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:

Available immediately. Member of the Cabinet Executive Team. Responsible for providing strategic Human Resources leadership, developing and implementing short and long range HR plans and strategies that support the vision, mission and achievement of the LIU organizational objectives and policies. Responsible for directing, coordinating and managing the ongoing improvement of all core human resources functions for multiple divisions and locations and supporting the organization’s dynamic, changing and growth-oriented direction to ensure a rewarding and successful organizational-wide culture. Qualifications: proven strategic leadership abilities in Human Resources; B.S. degree in HR Management or related field; ten (10) years of comprehensive HR experience, minimal 5 years at a senior strategic leadership level; equivalent combination of education and experience considered; SPHR certification preferred; creative and agile leader, exercises confidentiality and discretion, excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, good judgment and strong analytical, problem solving and conflict resolution skills, self-directed and motivated. Full-time position (260 days). Act 93 contract. Salary to be determined by the Board of Directors.

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
New Hope-Solebury

I.U. 22 – Chester Co. 
To Apply: Online  
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:
District serves 1,360 students in four buildings with an annual budget of $42 million, providing an award-winning education with recent accolades including t the Governor's Award for Excellence in Education, a Title I Reward School, 2014 National Blue Ribbon School, and the #5 High School in Pennsylvania as ranked by US News and World Report. Responsible for providing personnel services to all instructional, professional, administrative, and classified employees. Expected tasks include recruiting, hiring, record keeping, compliance, benefit coordination, handling of leave requests, resignations, terminations, preparing the personal agenda for Board approval, and collective bargaining/contract management. Responsible for maintaining highly qualified staff through the recruitment, selection, placement, development, utilization, and retention of employees; equitable compensation practices, and fair and consistent employee relations practices. Expected to implement personnel policies and procedures that are in compliance with federal and state requirements, including annual updates from the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the US Department of Education, and to provide uniform application of all of the above services to all employees. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in related field; Master of Human Resources or SHRM PHR, CP, or SCP Certification strongly preferred; minimum of three years' HR experience in a public school district; substantial experience preferred; all state-mandated clearances required. Salary will be regionally competitive and commensurate with experience. Anticipated start date: December 1, 2019.

ELEMENTARY SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPERVISOR
Williamsport Area

I.U. 17 – Lycoming Co.
To Apply: To apply, please visit the district website
Deadline: until filled
Contact for Information: Questions should be submitted to jobs@wasd.org.
About the Position:
District enrollment approximately 4,900, grades K-12.  Responsibilities include supervision of special education staff, transition activities, scheduling of staff and students, curriculum development, professional development and training.  Requirements:  Master’s Degree with active PA Supervisor of Special Education Certification OR Principal K-12 Certification.  Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in supervision of programs and services preferred.  Salary and benefits as per Act 93 agreement. EOE 

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21
To Apply: Online
Deadline: Until Filled
Contact: recruiter@cliu.org
About the Position:
The CLIU, a public Educational Service Agency located in Schnecksville, PA, employing approximately 1,200 employees, is seeking a Director of Human Resources. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred, with five plus years’ experience in an HR leadership position. Requirements:  Strong organization, communication and interpersonal skills coupled with the ability to develop and implement various human resources systems. Responsibilities: Policy development/implementation, selection/recruitment, payroll, benefits, unemployment, workers compensation, investigations, labor relations and bargaining.


DIRECTOR OF SUPPORTS AND SERVICES
Wilson
I.U. 14 - Berks Co.
To Apply: Email cover letter and resume to jobs@wilsonsd.org.
Deadline: none provided
About the Position:
Seeking a Director of Supports and Services to join our award winning District. Qualified individuals should possess three years of experience in Special Education Leadership, Masters degree or higher, and the Proper Pennsylvania Administrative Certification. 

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
New Hope-Solebury

I.U. 22 – Bucks Co.
To Apply: Apply online.
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:

Provide management and oversight of all facets of District operations including buildings/grounds maintenance, custodial services, security services, transportation services and safe schools initiatives. This is a full-time Act 93 position expected to begin approximately July 1, 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in facilities management and/or operations or substantiated, relevant experience in the areas of facilities management or operations; ability to lead and manage the operations division of the district inclusive of security, maintenance, grounds, and custodial crews; experience developing and managing multi-year facility capital plans and ability to work in a fast-paced, collaborative work environment. Salary range: $90,000-$110,000 dependent upon relevant experience.

DIRECTOR OF PUPIL SERVICES AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
Chester-Upland

I.U. 25 – Delaware Co.
To Apply: To see full job details and apply, click here.
Deadline: until filled
About the Position: 
Chester Upland School District is in a historic period of change and uniquely poised to re-focus and transform into a student-focused district where each child is ensured the academic and personal skills to succeed in the college or career of his/her choice. The senior leadership team is building a talented and committed team to ensure all students are prepared to graduate Chester Upland schools career and college ready. Individual will perform those central office duties necessary to support the overall instructional mission of the school district.  Departmental responsibilities include services provided to all district buildings, hospitalization programs and other outside agencies. Programs include health services, counseling services, school physiological services, gifted education services, ESL services, instructional support services, home/school visitor services, homebound services, and Student Assistance Service.  Other responsibilities including coordinating the district and state standardized testing program, Child Accounting and Central Registration and the Wellness program. Minimum Requirements: Master’s Degree in a related field from an accredited college or university; PA Certification to supervise Special Education; experience in administration and supervision.  Click here for additional job details, responsibilities and qualifications.


DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
Keystone Central

I.U. 10 – Clinton Co.
To Apply: Apply online.
Deadline: Applications accepted until position is filled.
About the Position:
Must be certified as supervisor of special education and principal K-12 by the PA Department of Education.  Minimum of five years teaching experience in the area of special education. Supervisory/administrative experience desired. The Director of Special Education, under the direction of the Superintendent, will supervise the district’s special education, Section 504 and gifted/enrichment programs as well as programs that support the overall instructional mission of the school district, and administer the district’s special education programs in accordance with the District’s mission, policies and guidelines. EOE  

EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
I.U. 25 – Delaware County Intermediate Unit
To Apply: Online application 
Deadline: until filled
Contact for Information: Kia Farrow, HR Specialist, kfarrow@dciu.org
About the Position:
Responsible for planning, developing, implementing, assessing, coordinating, and supervising program services. Minimum requirements: PA Supervisor of Special Education certification OR Principal Administrative Certification; Master’s degree in job related area; administrative experience; current knowledge of Federal and State Law, PA Standards and Regulations; proven strength in interpersonal, communicative, consultative and collaborative skills; experience with curriculum, staff development, budgeting and contracts; strong organizational, time management and computer skills.  Click here for more information. 


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR/BOARD SECRETARY
New Hope-Solebury

I.U. 22 – Bucks Co.
To Apply: Qualified candidates must apply through the school district’s website.  
Deadline: not provided
About the Position:
District serves 1360 students in four buildings with an annual budget of $42 million. The Business Administrator/Board Secretary is expected to lead the Business Office, currently comprised of three team members, in a fiscally responsible manner that will continue to maintain our District's AA Bond Rating. Will also serve as the administrative liaison to the finance committee of the board and will provide financial leadership during the development and implementation of our facilities management plan. Participating in negotiations is expected upon the expiration of labor agreements which, at this time, have all been settled. Anticipated start date July 1 (earlier or later start date can be determined). Qualifications: Master of Business Administration or Certified Public Accountant; minimum of three years' experience in a public school district; substantial experience preferred; all state-mandated clearances are required. Salary regionally competitive and commensurate with experience. EOE

 
SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPERVISOR (SECONDARY)
Williamsport Area

I.U. 17 – Lycoming Area
To Apply: Click here to apply online.
Deadline: Applications accepted until position is filled
Contact for Information: Questions should be submitted to jobs@wasd.org
About the Position:
District enrollment approximately 4,900, grades K-12.  Responsibilities include supervision of special education staff, transition activities, scheduling of staff and students, curriculum development, professional development and training. Requirements:  Master’s Degree with PA Supervisor of Special Education Certification OR Principal K-12 Certification; minimum 3-5 years’ experience in supervision of special education programs and services preferred.  Applicants must possess strong knowledge of state and federal special education regulations. Salary and benefits as per Act 93 agreement. EOE.