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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 positions 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: July 9, 2018

HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Oley Valley

I.U. 14 – Berks Co.
To Apply: Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, letters of recommendation and Act 34/114/151/168 Clearance documents to: Office of the Superintendent, Oley Valley SD, 17 Jefferson St., Oley, PA 19547. Or send via Email.
Deadline: Position open until filled. Ongoing screening process.
About the Position:
Position available Summer 2018.  Act 93 position, 12 month assignment.  Responsible for the overall leadership of the high school, students, faculty, and staff. The building principal shall create an organizational vision, mission, and strategic curricular goals built around personalized student success that is aligned to district goals. Required PA certification in Principal K-12, previous high school experience preferred. Oley Valley High School has award winning agriculture, engineering, fine arts, and athletic programs. EEOC

 
K-12 MATH CURRICULUM SUPERVISOR 
Colonial 

I.U. 23 – Montgomery Co.
To Apply: All Applications must be submitted online. Please visit www.colonialsd.org/jobs.
Deadline: Applicants received until position is filled.
About the Position: 
Position available immediately. The K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Supervisor works under the immediate supervision of the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. The Supervisor is responsible for facilitating processes to engage staff in Mathematical program development, action planning and research based strategies to achieve the District's mission and goals. The Supervisor provides data-driven instructional leadership by collaborating with all School District staff members. The Supervisor serves as the School District's representative to the community regarding all content and related programs which s/he supervises. Desired Qualifications: Curriculum and Instruction or K-12 Principal Certificate with secondary certification in Mathematics education. Experience and expertise in curricular planning and developing of an integrated and/or conceptual learning approach to Mathematics. Solid understanding of the expectations of the Pennsylvania Core Standards for Mathematics and Mathematical Practice. Qualifications: Pennsylvania Certification in Curriculum and Instruction PK-12 or Principal Certificate PK-12 with secondary Mathematics certification required; at least five (5) years of experience as an administrator, instructional coach or secondary Mathematics content Specialist; building level administrative experience preferred; experience with UbD curriculum framework; expertise with the integration of current technologies in classrooms; integrating core principles of STEAM education into the curriculum; demonstrated experience using data development and implementation to maximize student achievement.

DIRECTOR OF HIGHER & CONTINUING EDUCATION
Lancaster County CTC
I.U. 13 – Lancaster Co.

To Apply: To apply please send your Resume to hr@lancasterctc.edu
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:

Responsible for implementing and assuring compliance of all degree-graduating programs, as well as select full- and short-term adult programs, classes, workshops and seminars to match industry and individual needs and meet state requirements and coordinating the resources necessary to successfully deliver those programs.  Program responsibilities focus on full-time and part-time training, student selection and admissions, accreditation and program approvals/compliance, student career counseling and job placement, and supervision and oversight of staff. Requirements: bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred; organization development experience; business management experience; excellent communication and customer service skills; and excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office. Click here to learn more. 

CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER
Environmental Charter School
Pittsburgh, PA

To Apply: Please submit, along with a cover letter and resume, copies of a current PA certification, Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance (Act 33), Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Clearance  (Act 34), and FBI Criminal Background Check. Commonwealth of PA to: https://ecspgh.org/careers/. Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Disclosure Release (Act 168) also will be required. Please be sure to upload three (3) current professional references (Name, title, phone number, email address).
Deadline: Priority consideration will be given to candidates who apply by 6/15/18, with an expected hire date by Fall 2018.
About the Position:
Seeking a highly dedicated and experienced Chief Academic Officer (CAO). Successful candidates must be progressive minded,  embody a can-do spirit and possess an outstanding work ethic.  For best consideration, candidates should have a 5-7 year successful track record in a school based or system wide senior educational leadership role.  Executive qualifications should include the ability to lead large scale change, inspire faculty and staff, meet organizational strategic goals with a particular focus on student outcomes, and demonstrate a deep commitment to the mission and guiding principles of ECS.    As a senior member of the leadership team, the ECS Chief Academic Officer (CAO) will provide academic, cultural, programmatic, and strategic leadership across all ECS Campus schools. The CAO will work to ensure ECS is known for academically rigorous curriculum, equitable practices, and emotionally safe schools. The CAO provides leadership in planning developing, maintaining, and evaluating the district's curriculum and instruction; coordinates, organizes, performs duties dealing with instructional support, supervision, budgeting, investments, and professional development; collaborates with instructional program leadership and is responsible for representing the best interests of the K-12 school programs; provides direct supervision of staff responsible for curriculum and instruction development; provides leadership to complying with federal and state laws and regulations. Educational Background and Work Experience; 5-7 years experience in K-12 school based or system wide senior educational leadership position; building level and/or system-wide supervisory experience; hold a Master’s degree or higher from an accredited university; Principal Certification and Administrative/Executive experience required. Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility preferred; proven ability to increase capacity, accountability,  and efficiency for improved effectiveness among administrators and professional personnel; experience in charter school sector strongly preferred; and demonstrated successful experience working in a school as a principal or school leader. ECS offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, short-, and long-term disability insurance, generous paid time off, and participation in 403 b retirement plan. CLICK HERE to read more about the position. EOE

ASSISTANT TO THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR STUDENT SERVICES
(anticipated opening)
Chester County I.U.24

To Apply: To learn more or apply, visit http://www.dciu.org/careers.
Deadline: none provided
Contact for Information: Dr. Maria Edelberg, Executive Director of DCIU, at  (610) 938-9000 ext. 2056 or at medelberg@dciu.org.
About the Position:
Will assist the Executive Director in the day-to-day administration of Intermediate Unit programs operated under the policies established by the Board of Directors and governed by state and federal laws, regulations, and standards using effective organizational and communications skills. This position is 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 on the cutting edge of programming. Furthermore, this position needs to ensure there are proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, financial controls of budgets, and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization. Entrepreneurialism is key to this position as Intermediate Units are service organizations and must evolve based on the needs of stakeholders. Will be able to collaborate with and assist the Executive Director in the administration and leadership of programs and services under his/her charge including oversight of fiscal and personnel matters. This position will be responsible for building internal and external partnerships with DCIU programs and initiatives by maintaining relationships with the public and non-public schools of Delaware County by revising current and developing grant proposals to secure funding for new services and programs offered by the Intermediate Unit. Participate in, chair, and oversee required activities of district meetings, workshops, and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions. Required: Minimum of 6-8 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 Board, customers, and stakeholders. Required Certification: Supervisor of Pupil Services or Special Education Supervisor Certification required; Letter of Eligibility and Principal Certification preferred. Benefits: Our competitive benefits package includes medical, dental, life insurance, prescription, a flexible spending account, and retirement benefits. Salary range: $138,335 (min) to$166,003 (midpoint). Salary and benefits negotiable and based on individual contract. To learn more about the DCIU, visit www.dciu.org. EOE