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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, Career/Technical administrator, building administrator and non-commissioned administrative positions related to instruction or supervision of instruction. Openings are listed in order of application deadline dates. Vacancies and available positions are posted upon request and review. 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. 

NOTE: PASA reserves the right not to publish an open position and/or edit submitted vacancy descriptions. School entities whose submitted notices include an open and unspecified close-date are responsible for notifying PASA when the posting can be removed.  
 

Last Update: July 16, 2024


ASSISTANT HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Norwin School District
 I.U. 7, Westmoreland Co. 

To Apply: Interested applicants should apply online by going to www.norwinsd.org, selecting the Human Resource Department/Job Openings and clicking on the Online Job Application icon.   Hard copy applications should not be submitted.  
Deadline: 7-24-24
About the position: The Norwin School District is accepting applications for the Position of Assistant High School Principal. This is a 12-month position.  Current Pennsylvania Principal Certification (K-12 Principal Certification preferred), a Master’s Degree, a minimum of five (5) years of previous teaching experience, and one (1) year of previous administrative with supervisory experience is preferred.  All candidates must possess and demonstrate leadership experiences with instruction, curricula, assessment, data analysis, teacher supervision/evaluation and administering a building budget; must have strong communication and interpersonal skills and have demonstrated proficiency with technology usage and applications.  The primary goals for this position are to assist the Building Principal in developing and implementing a long term educational program which meets the needs of all students enrolled at the High School, to create a positive school culture with a caring, safe, positive learning environment to promote long term student academic success, as well as assisting the Principal in providing school wide leadership for students, staff, parents, and the community.  Salary for this position is $109,000.  A full draft job description can be found on the Norwin School District website under the Human Resources Tab/Job Descriptions.  Current Acts 24, 34, 151, 126/Child Abuse Training (Parts I and II), FBI clearance and 168 Sexual Misconduct Disclosure Background Checks will be required upon offer of employment. 

 



ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR
Cumberland Perry Area Career & Technical Center

To apply: Click here to apply.
Deadline: ​ 8/16/24
About the Position: 
Salary Range
$125,000.00 - $145,000.00 Salary
Position Type
Full Time
Job Category
Education
This Administrative Director position will be employed by the Cumberland Perry Area Career & Technical Center, which is located at:
110 Old Willow Mill Road
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Salary: $125,000 - $145,000 (depending on experience)
Schedule: 8 hours/day, 260 days/year
Job Goal: The Administrative Director is the director of all aspects of CPACTC’s operations. The Director supervises all other administrators and their operations. The work environment is fast paced and requires many quick and accurate decisions. The Director must have excellent oral and written communication skills, must have the ability to interact with a wide range of people, must be able to function in a leadership role with staff and students, must be able to work collegially with other administrators and staff and must be able to interact with Superintendents, School Board members and members of the community at large.
Performance Responsibilities:
1. Envisions, plans, organizes and directs the total educational and administrative functions of the secondary, adult education, post-secondary and all other programs authorized by the Joint Operating Committee.
2. Stridently and persuasively advocates for 1) the benefits of career and technical education and 2) resources to benefit student success at CPACTC to external stakeholders in local and state government, within consortium of sending school districts, regional employers and industries, and other community members using varied media.
3. Remains informed on trends in career and technical education, curricular development and delivery, and the evolution of instruction in public schools.
4. Analyze student, program, and systems level data to inform decision-making and identify areas of improvement within the CTC.
5. With overall responsibility for the total program and general supervision of all administrative, supervisory, instructional and support staff, leads the CTC team effectively through effective communication, listening, collaboration, and support.
6. Serves as a member and works closely with the Professional Advisory Committee of consortium sending districts and is directly responsible to the Joint Operating Committee.
7. Ensures regular and transparent communication with sending districts regarding program offerings. Seeks collaborative solutions and coordinates with sending districts to find student-centered solutions.
8. Facilitates preparation of the Joint Operating Committee’s meeting agenda, provides guidance and advice as to topics for JOC committees and board meetings. Oversees proper execution of JOC business items and proactively communicates with JOC members on CTC activities.
9. Effectively leads the negotiation of contracts and agreements with vendors.
10. Coordinates and supports the JOC in collective bargaining and compensation plans for all employees.
11. Meets with and provides the Local Advisory Committee with necessary information and material to assure effective cooperation and operation.
12. Is responsible for the development and the administration of all policies in the Articles of Agreement and those approved by the Joint Operating Committee in conformity with state and federal regulations.
13. Directs the development of Competency-Based Instruction for all instructional programs.
14. Directs the preparation and submission of all local, state, and federal reporting.
15. Serves as the Civil Rights Compliance Officer, Complaint Officer, Right to Know Officer, Title XI, Section 504, and Title VI Officer.
16. Attends local, state and national meetings and conferences as approved by the Joint Operating committee.
17. Finalizes the selection of new and replacement personnel and recommends to the Joint Operating Committee for employment.
18. Provide vision and leadership to ensure professional development opportunities for administrators, teachers, and staff that enhance their knowledge, skills, and understanding of best practices in alignment with CTC strategic goals.
19. Develop and routinely update Job Position Guides for all administrative and supervisory positions, faculty and support staff, and provide the continued evaluation of all personnel.
20. Regularly survey the area served by the school to determine alignments with existing CTC offerings and for development of new programs.
21. Lead and manage change initiatives.
22. Directs the development of the school’s philosophy, objectives and aims, strategic plan, professional education plan, induction plan, and technology plan.
23. Assures the implementation of the school’s strategic and comprehensive plan documents. Regularly reviews progress with Joint Operating Committee and other stakeholders and oversees process to review and update Comprehensive Plan as per state mandates.
24. Oversees the development of the annual operating budgets for the school and presentation to the Joint Operating Committee and participating school districts.
25. Directs the development of the financial operations to carry out all programs based upon changing circumstances.
26. Is responsible for and directs the application of grant funding from state and federal sources.
27. Empower staff to develop and successfully implement initiatives.
28. Develop a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement for all staff.
29. Ensure access for all students to inclusive learning environments and work with administrative team and staff to foster a sense of belonging.
30. Commit to the fair treatment of all individuals, recognizing their inherent worth and potential.
31. Recognizing the varied backgrounds of students from sending school districts, as well as the CTC staff, ensure that decision making considers perspectives that reflect the diversity of people and ideas within the CTC population.
32. Assume any other responsibilities as assigned by the Joint Operating Committee.
Qualifications:
1. Master’s Degree in Education or related field. PA Certification for Career and Technical Administrative Director
eligible to obtain PA certification.
2. Ten years of similar or related experience including time spent in preparatory positions.
3. Knowledge of and familiarity with insurance benefit plans, including design, function, and vocabulary, preferred.
4. Knowledge of and experience implementing local, State, and Federal laws affecting the human resources
function (ACA, ADAA, FMLA, FLSA, HIPAA, WC, etc.).
5. Knowledge of Employee Evaluation methods and systems required.
6. Excellent communication and presentation skills are required.
7. Ability to use discretion and maintain confidentiality in handling sensitive matters is required.
8. Must demonstrate a professional, rational demeanor working with all customers.
9. Must have proficient to advanced knowledge and skills using all Microsoft Office Suite products.
10. Must have proficient technology skills in order to learn and operate the HRIS.
11. PA Public School experience preferred.
 


ASSISTANT (TO THE) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR OPERATIONS
Fort Cherry School District
 I.U. 1, Washington Co. 

To Apply: Submit materials to by July 25, 2024:
Pam Staley
110 Fort Cherry Road
McDonald, PA  15057
724-796-1551 X2421
pstaley@fortcherry.org
Deadline: 7-25-24
About the position: The Fort Cherry School District has an anticipated vacancy for the position of Director of Pupil Services.  The Director is responsible for the overall operation and management of the Special Education and Pupil Services Department including strategic initiatives, department budget, and staff supervision.  Position is responsible for providing instructional leadership in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of student servicing regarding specialized needs/programming for exceptional students.  Also responsible for supervising the following programs: health services, social work, psychology, federal programs, English as a Second Language, student supports and therapies, IU programming and agency support.  
Director of Pupil Services Job Description
Position is available: August (anticipated)
Starting Salary: commensurate with education and experience
Required:  Master’s Degree and PA Special Education Certification
Preferred:  PA Special Education Supervisory Certification, Principal's Certification, 5 years teaching/administrative experience, school psychologist experience a plus
Benefits:
-Comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, and vision insurance (Allegheny County Schools Health Insurance Consortium Highmark BCBS)
-PA School Employees Retirement System
-Professional development opportunities
- Tuition Reimbursement
 
Please submit Applicant Requirements:
  • PA Standard Application
  • Resume'
  • Letter of interest
  • 3 letters of reference
  • Undergraduate/Graduate Transcripts
  • Clearances  (renewed within the last year)
  • copies of required certifications 
After employment:
  •  Physical and TB test (test read within 3 mo of start date)
  •  Mandated Reporter Training (within 30 days of starting)


DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND PUPIL SERVICES
Carlynton School District
To Apply: Please provide the following:
-CSD Administrative Application (found on District Website)
-Letter of Interest
-Resume
-A minimum of 3 Letters of Recommendation
-Transcripts
- Certifications
Please visit the District Website at carlynton.k12.pa.us
Terms of Employment: Full-Time, 12 month position (260 days)
Compensation: Target Salary ($85K-$110K) and regionally competitive benefit package
All inquiries regarding this position should be directed to Hiring@carlynton.k12.pa.us (Human Resources).  Application materials are located on the District website and can be submitted electronically via email to Hiring@carlynton.k12.pa.us All inquiries and interest will be held in strict confidence.
Deadline: 7-17-23
About the position: The Director of Special Education and Pupil Services plays a critical leadership role within the Carlynton School District, overseeing and coordinating all aspects of special education and pupil services. The Director will ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, develop and implement policies, programs, and services, and collaborate with stakeholders to create an inclusive and supportive educational environment for all students. This position requires exceptional leadership skills, a deep understanding of special education practices, and the ability to foster effective relationships with students, families, staff, and community members.
Qualifications:
- Pennsylvania Supervisor of Special Education Certificate or Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility or Pennsylvania Principal Certificate
- Doctorate and Pennsylvania Pupil Personnel Certificate preferred
- Strong knowledge of federal and state special education regulations and standards
- Significant experience in special education procedures and policy
- Superior management skills directly involving implementation of special populations programming
- Experience with diversified populations including English Language Learners and Gifted Learners
- Experience with supervising teachers and pupil services programs
- Outstanding leadership skills
- Proficient in managing and using data to guide decisions for student programs
- Program vision and leadership in implementing best practice
- Effective problem solving and decision making skills
- Ability to self-reflect and make adjustments to decision making models




SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPERVISOR
Upper Perkiomen School District
To Apply:  Click here to apply.
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: The Supervisor of state special education regulations and standards.  Responsibilities include coordination of programs and services with the Western Montgomery County Special Education Consortium, other public schools districts, and Montgomery County Intermediate Unit classes and approved private schools.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
Including but not limited to:
  • In collaboration with the Director of Special Education, sets staffing levels for school special education programs for the purpose of providing services with fiscal efficiency
  • In collaboration with the Director of Special Education, evaluates District and school Special Education programs and monitors the implementation of special education and compliance with regulations in each location, for the purpose of carrying out and achieving objectives within area of responsibility
  • In conjunction with the Director of Special Education, develop, submit, implement and update, as needed, the District special education plan, as required by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • In collaboration with the Director of Special Education, coordinates Special Education services; and manages special education complaints, and mediation, of required services
  • In collaboration with the Director of Special Education, develop annual special education budget and oversee spending, including federal and state dollars. Apply for available special education funds (e.g. Contingency Funds, Access monies)
  • Coordinate Early Intervention Transition
  • Coordinate and act as Liaison and for Out of District/Alternative Placements
  • Coordinate and Supervise Low Incident Classroom implementation, instruction, and training
  • Collaborates with District school principals and school special education teachers for the purpose of implementing and maintaining services and/or programs
  • Directs personnel, for the purpose of delivering services which conform to established guidelines
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent 
Education/Experience Requirements:
  • Master’s degree in education or special education with four to eight years of experience and hold a supervisor of special education certificate
  • Related work experience including the development of special education programs in coordination with regular education programs
  • Background in staff training in special education programs
Certifications/ Licenses:
  • Current Act 34 and Act 151 clearances.
  • Have specific vision abilities, to include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus
  • Have the ability to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds;
  • Exposed to moderate noise level
  • Must be able to function at a high level and must possess the judgment and maturity required for making decisions that affect large numbers or staff. The nature of the job requires dealing with sensitive information and strict standards of confidentially must be adhered to; and
  • May be required to work under stressful conditions when dealing with difficult issues and when participating in special education matters.
  • Effective organizational and supervisory skills.
 EEO/M/F/V/D 
DEPARTMENT: District Administration                                     
REPORTS TO: Assistant Director of Special Education                                                                      
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
Classification: Act 93

 

ASSISTANT TO THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM:
Columbia Borough School District
To Apply: Interested Applicants need to complete the Online Application at: https://columbiabsd.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.  Any questions email: hr@columbiabsd.org
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position:  This position is responsible for representing and acting for the superintendent on matters requiring immediate attention when the Superintendent is absent and for attending all meetings of the Board of School Directors. Critical areas include supervising, directing, and monitoring effectiveness of programmatic implementation as it relates to academic and non-academic indicators of achievement. The position is committed to ongoing development and improvement of the complete instructional programs and curriculum of the school district, serving as a consultant and liaison for the Superintendent to whom the position is responsible. This position serves as the chief academic administrator and supervises instructional and federal programs and services to benefit each student. The individual works with other members of the Department/Building in meeting goals and objectives in support of the district mission to provide a supportive, social, and educational environment for students.  Click here for more information. 
Qualifications: PA Administrator, Principal K-12 Certification, Curriculum instruction and supervision knowledge required minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience.

 

BUSINESS MANAGER:
Lewisburg Area School District
To Apply: For more information about the Lewisburg Area School District and to apply please visit our website at: www.lasd.us
Deadline: 7/25/24
About the position:  The Business Manager is responsible for the organization and operation of the financial and business affairs of the school system. He/She monitors all financial operations of the district to ensure all functions are in compliance with state and federal regulations, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and district goals. Supervises employees whose assignments are related to the business affairs and functions of the District. The Business Manager also serves as Board Secretary.  This is a twelve month - 240 day position with a generous benefit package. Reports to and is evaluated annually by the Superintendent.
Qualifications: 
Bachelor's Degree required in business administration, finance, accounting, or related field. CPA OR Master's Degree preferred. Knowledge and experience in PA Public Schools, budget development, financial accounting, payroll, fund accounting, purchasing, and office management. Knowledge or experience with CSIU accounting and payroll software preferred.

 

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
Delaware County Intermediate Unit
To Apply: To learn more or apply, visit dciu.org/careers (or click here). To learn more about the DCIU, visit www.dciu.org.
Deadline: 8/9/24
About the position:  The Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for planning, development, and implementation of DCIU’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal. Oversees development and implementation of support materials and services for DCIU in marketing, communications, and public relations. Directs the efforts of other functions of the DCIU to maintain a program of legislative relations, communications, and marketing of intermediate unit programs, and learning opportunities for various stakeholders of the Delaware County Intermediate Unit and its member school districts. It is also responsible to conduct programs of local and statewide special events. The Director interacts with all division administrators, is a member of the DCIU Executive Council, interacts with superintendents, school directors, state and federal legislators and their staffs, PDE officials, and other governmental affairs personnel from throughout Pennsylvania. The Delaware County Intermediate Unit is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Educator
Position highlights: The ideal person will lead the creation and implementation of DCIU’s internal and external strategic communication and marketing plans. Determine communication and marketing strategies and execute programs to deliver communications objectives throughout the organization.
This position will be responsible for providing a comprehensive plan for marketing of DCIU programs and services, maintaining and providing government relations, communications, community relations, and duplication services for DCIU and its member school districts.
Experience Required: Prefer 5 years of administrative/supervisory experience; Five or more years of experience in communications, governmental relations, and marketing. Prefer some experience working with schools or educational agencies. Excellent communication, writing, research, and speaking skills.

Education Required: Master’s degree in communications, journalism, political science, or closely related field.
Compensation: Benefits: Our competitive benefits package
includes medical, dental, life insurance, prescription, a flexible spending account, and retirement benefits.
Salary range: $133,632 to $155,000


CHIEF STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES OFFICER
School District of Philadelphia
I.U. 26, Philadelphia Co.
To Apply: Please visit https://apply.workable.com/almaadvisorygroup/j/0705B9C7D5/
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position:  The School District of Philadelphia (SDP) is the eighth largest school district in the nation, serving a historic and culturally vibrant community. We are a community of 19,000 dedicated employees working together with parents, families, volunteers and community members to support the limitless potential of more than 203,000 young scholars. We are committed to educating and graduating generations of thought leaders, entrepreneurs, artists, government officials and change makers. Our goal is simple; to become the fastest improving district in the country. Our mission is to deliver on the civil right of every child in Philadelphia to an excellent public school education and ensure that all children graduate from high school ready to succeed, fully engaged as a citizen of our world. To meet our mission, we seek leaders who have a passion for working with schools and communities dedicated to ensuring all students achieve. Serving a population as diverse as ours requires creativity, commitment, and vision. Will you join us?
 
The Chief Student Support Services Officer leads the planning, development, and implementation of a comprehensive student support services plan for the School District of Philadelphia. This role is responsible for developing new strategies to strengthen the District’s engagement with public school parents and families throughout Philadelphia. The officer oversees a substantial workforce, managed through subordinate administrators, involved in various business service functions that support their respective divisions' missions. This leader will develop comprehensive policies and programs to ensure that each division's operations are consistent with the School District’s mission. Additionally, they will build and maintain effective relationships and partnerships with key external stakeholders, facilitating communication between these parties and the appropriate internal resources. The officer ensures that student support initiatives are carried out in accordance with established policies, procedures, and mandates.

 

DISTRICT SAFETY AND SECURITY COORDINATOR
Bristol Township School District
I.U. 22, Bucks Co.
To Apply: Please email a letter of interest and resume to: 
Chris Polzer, Assistant Superintendent
Bristol Township School District
5 Blue Lake Road, Levittown, PA 19057
or email: chris.polzer@bristolwpsd.org

Deadline: Open until filled
About the position: 
 
  • Works with the District Administrative Team to implement best practices with regard to school safety
  • Ensures that the district is in compliance with all mandates regarding school safety and security
  • Works with the administrative team to staff, manage, and supervise school security personnel
  • Implement drills, training and practices that make the schools safe and supportive environments
  • Act 93 Leadership Position/Budgeted salary in the mid-$70K range/benefit package
The ideal candidate will possess: 
  • Experience in law enforcement, military police or related security field required.
  • Experience working with students in an educational or activity setting is preferred.
  • Knowledge in school security and safe schools best practices.
  • Expertise in crisis and emergency management.
  • Some higher education/training preferred.


ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, WEST YORK AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL
West York Area School School District
I.U. 12, York Co.
To Apply: Candidates who meet the qualifications listed below and want to be considered for the position should apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/wyasd/onlineapp/default.aspx
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position:  
Requirements and Experience:
  • PDE Principal Certification.
  • A minimum of five years of teaching experience.
Job functions include but are not limited to the following: (Job description is included as a link)
  • Assist the building principal in fulfilling the goals and objectives of the school and be directly involved in student activities and disciplinary action. 
  • Assist the building principal in the administration of instructional and cocurricular programs for the building.
  • Accept responsibility, as delegated by the building principal, for the administration and supervision of the school in accordance with the policies developed by the Board.
  • Evaluate and supervise the work of teachers and support staff, as directed by the building principal.
  • Implement the systems of evaluation and supervision of instruction developed in the district for the improvement of professional teachers and instruction, including observation, report preparation, conferencing, assisting, and providing instructional leadership.
  • Assess the needs of the staff, facilitate staff development programs, and assist the building principal in the development and delivery of in-service programs for building staff.
  • Assist the building principal in the formation of the master schedule for the organization of instruction.
  • Assist the building principal in developing, maintaining, and communicating building procedures to staff, parents, and students.
  • Assist the building principal with recruiting, screening, interviewing, recommending, orientating, and supervising the certified teaching staff and the support staff, as needed.
  • Coordinate and oversee the Secondary Summer School Program collaborating with the secondary administration.
  • Assist the building principal with recruiting, screening, interviewing, recommending, orientating, and supervising the certified teaching staff and the support staff, as needed.
  • Implement board policies and collective bargaining agreement provisions applicable to the assigned buildings.
  • Assist the building principal in developing and/or maintaining an effective school/community relations program for assigned building(s).
  • Supervise the development and maintenance of student attendance records, including administering the student attendance policy and recommending to the building principal resolutions for chronic attendance issues.          
  • Supervise student conduct and assume responsibility for the enforcement of discipline, as necessary, including providing due process for the rights of students; creating thorough and accurate documentation; authorizing suspensions when necessary and recommending expulsions to the building principal; developing/implementing rules, regulations, and programs to promote positive student behaviors; and conferring with parents, teachers, counselors, support service personnel, and students when necessary to obtain information to resolve the problem.
  • Assist in developing and supervising policies and practices to maintain effective building safety and emergency and disaster procedures.
  • Assist in the preparation and filing of appropriate curriculum materials and reports, as directed by the building principal.
  • Participate in the coordination, implementation, and supervision of extracurricular programs of the school, and respond to student-initiated requests for specific new extracurricular clubs, activities, and programs.
  • Coordinate the services available to students in cooperation with the pupil services department by serving as a member of the student assistance team and coordinating school and community resources for students at risk.
  • Perform any duties and responsibilities that are within the scope of employment, as assigned by the Principal, Assistant Principal, or designee.
The successful candidate will possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
(The WYASD will provide reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act)
  • Foster positive human relations with each child and adult affiliated with the district.
  • Provide leadership for curriculum development and implementation in cooperation with administrators, supervisors, and teachers.
  • Keep abreast of new and innovative programs and resources, which may be applied to the goals of the district.  
  • Participate, in cooperation with other building principals, in Teacher Induction Program activities designed for high school staff members.
  • Strong human relations skills.
  • Must be courteous, congenial, cooperative, and service-oriented.
  • Professional appearance.
  • Utilize databases, Microsoft Office products, and other district software and technology proficiently, as designated by the supervisor.
  • Must be able to work independently or in a team (as circumstances warrant), and able to work with frequent interruptions.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with students, personnel at all levels, and members of the public.
  • Follow written and verbal directions, provide direction, and motivate peers.
  • Must be able to read/write/correspond clearly, concisely, and effectively at a post-secondary level; interpret and follow district policies, regulations, and work rules; and exercise good judgment.
  • Must appropriately handle confidential information.
  • Ability to walk, stand, and sit.
  • Ability to bend, twist, and climb stairs.
  • Ability to reach above and below the waist.
  • Ability to use fingers to pick, feel, and grasp objects.
  • Ability to use both hands for repetitive motion.
  • Occasionally lift/push and/or move up to 20 pounds.
  • Occasionally stoop, kneel, or crouch.
Work Schedule:
Full-time, 12-month position (260 days)
Compensation:
This position is part of the Act 93 Leadership Agreement.
Salary will be commensurate with education level and experience. Benefits package, including paid time off.
EOE

 

HIGH SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
Bristol Township School District
I.U. 22, Bucks Co.
To Apply: Please send résumé, letter of interest, and copy of certification to:
Jon Craig, Truman High School Principal
Bristol Township School District
5 Blue Lake Road
Levittown, PA 19057
or email: jon.craig@bristoltwpsd.org

Deadline: Open until filled
About the position: 
The Bristol Township School District, a diverse, progressive, suburban school district located in
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has an anticipated vacancy for an outstanding High School Assistant Principal
Anticipated Start Date: On or around July 1st, 2024
Candidates must possess...
  • Appropriate Pennsylvania Administrator Certification
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated secondary-level instructional leadership
  • Knowledge of proactive approaches to student supervision
  • The ability to gain the respect of, and establish a rapport with, all members of the school community


HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Allentown City School District
I.U. 21, Lehigh Co.
To Apply: Interested candidates can apply online at:  https://www.applitrack.com/wyasd/onlineapp/default.aspx
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: 

Qualifications:

 
  • Master’s degree with a major in educational leadership, educational supervision, or a related field; doctorate preferred.
  • Eligible or hold a Pennsylvania Principal Certification.
  • Minimum of three (3) years of experience as a school administrator, preferable in an urban, turnaround, and/or high-needs environment.
  • Satisfactory work record & criminal/child abuse clearances (Acts 34 and 151).
  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Such additional or alternatives to the above qualifications as the board or superintendents may determine appropriate and acceptable.

Summary
Directs and coordinates educational, administrative, and counseling activities consistent with the charge of improving student achievement by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate administrator

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Collaborates in establishing clear approaches to measuring student growth and measures it by individual student. Intentions of ensuring that every student has an opportunity to go to college or post-secondary schooling.
  • Provide transformational leadership necessary to plan, launch, and manage the turnaround process in a chronically underperforming school by designing and implementing strategies to dramatically improve student achievement.
  • Proven ability to build a positive school culture and climate that supports the whole student.
  • Leveraging research and data to drive initiatives and instruction
  • Ability to build a high-performing staff and leadership team to achieve and sustain results through collaborative efforts.
  • Collaborates in designing and implementing rigorous, transparent, and fair evaluation system for the professional staff that (a) differentiate effectiveness using multiple rating categories that take into account data on student growth as a significant factor, and (b) are designed and developed with principal involvement.
  • Conducts annual evaluations of the professional and support staff that includes timely and constructive feedback; Use of the evaluations, at a minimum, to inform decisions regarding developing the professional staff, including providing relevant coaching, induction support, and/or professional development.
  • Collaborates in the development of a comprehensive instructional improvement system, fully aligned to standards, assessments, curriculum frameworks, instruction, resources and materials and interventions.
  • Principal will collaborate with parents, community members, school staff, district administrators, as well as other internal and external stakeholders to implement innovative strategies to accelerate student achievement.
  • Collaborates in implementing a comprehensive instructional improvement system that includes the expansion and integration of real-time school and district data into the Standards Aligned Systems (SAS) online tool (e.g., diagnostic assessments, voluntary model curriculum) with an interface that provides easy-to-access and interpret information, customized (e.g., teacher, parent) passwordprotected feature and additional applications and tools.
  • Collaborates in conducting a summer staff data review meeting; quarterly staff data review meeting; bi-weekly leadership data team meeting and audits the weekly teacher collaborative planning meeting.
  • Develops and coordinates educational programs through meetings with staff, review of teachers' activities, and issuance of directives.
  • Confers with teachers, students, and parents concerning educational and behavioral problems in school; Insures proper placement of students within the overall educational program.
  • Reviews the quarterly early warning system report to assess the effectiveness of interventions in helping at-risk students and to devise new action plans to for newly identified and previously identified at-risk students.
  •  Reviews and discusses the school’s goals articulated in its school improvement plan and use data to assess whether the school is on track to achieving the goals.
  •  Works collaboratively with the departments of Community & Student Services, ESOL, and Instructional Support Services in the design, and implementation of projects and programs that will meet the specific needs of students with specialized needs.
  • Works closely with the Executive Director of Instruction to execute the focused goals set forth by the Superintendent.
  • Works collaboratively with the Executive Director of Planning and External Funding and the Director of Grants and Development to ensure that Title I funds, school improvement funds and other grants are linked to the strategic plan and the data reflecting student achievement needs such as the PSSA, 4Sight and other data that are used to inform continuous instructional improvement.
  • Provides supervision, leadership, and evaluation of each professional employee as designated by the Superintendent of Schools.
  • Remains current in studies of best practices in instruction and keeps informed of federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Helps parents/guardians/students in resolving student/parent/staff complaints and safety concerns.
  • Works collaboratively with principals in establishing safety net programs that will maximize opportunity for students to meet grade level expectations and State and ASD standards.
  • Presents information and responds to questions from professional staff, and the general public.
  • Works in establishing annual staffing plans to meet the enrollment and instructional needs of the school.
  •  Interfaces with the Director of Assessment in using data to inform the work of each of the school supervised.
  • Develops and coordinates educational programs through meetings with staff, review of teachers' activities, and issuance of directives.
  • Confers with teachers, students, and parents concerning educational and behavioral problems in school.
  • Oversees initiation, design, and implementation of projects and programs that will meet the specific needs of students including those with disabilities.
  • Coordinates the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of curricula with the assistance of appropriate district facilitators and administrators.
  • Supervises building discipline, student, faculty, and staff attendance, and class schedules, cumulative records, and grade reporting ensuring that all are consistent with district policies and regulations.
  • Establishes and maintains relationships with colleges, community organizations, and other schools to coordinate educational services.
  • Administers educational programs for students with special needs.
  •  Reads, analyzes, and interprets professional journals, studies of best practices, and federal, state, and local regulations.
  •  Supervises extracurricular programs and evaluates these programs by regular attendance at these events.
  • Computes pupil/teacher ratios, percentages, and interprets bar graphs and other data pertinent to educational leadership and instructional achievement.
  • Defines problems, collects data, establishes facts, and draws valid conclusions.
  • Performs such other tasks and assumes such other responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated by the Superintendent of Schools, or designee.

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The Allentown School District is committed to excellence! The richness of The Allentown School District's diversity is strengthened by its central role in educating our students for America's future through academic excellence and celebrating the culturally responsive, athletic and artistic range of talent in the schools. ASD students originate from 51 countries and speak 26 languages.
 
The Allentown School District offers a comprehensive benefits package to those who qualify.
This may include*
o             Medical Insurance
o             Dental Insurance
o             Vision Reimbursement
o             Tuition Reimbursement
o             Personal and Sick time
o             PSERS Retirement Fund
 
*Eligibility for specific benefits will be outlined in each labor group's specific collective bargaining agreement. 

 

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND BUSINESS SERVICES
Antietam School District
I.U. 14, Berks Co.
To Apply: Send letter of interest, resume, three (3) recommendation letters, current Act 34, 114 (FBI), 151 Clearances, PDE-6004 Certification form, Act 168 Sexual Misconduct/Disclosure Release form to Dr. Heidi Rochlin, Superintendent, Antietam School District, 201 N. 25th St, Reading, PA 19606 or hrochlin@antietamsd.org
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: Antietam School District is currently seeking applications for the position of Director of Finance and Business Services - 12-month Cabinet Level position. Enrollment approximately 1,220 with budget of $26 million. Bachelor’s degree in business management, accounting, finance, or a related field is required. Experience and/or graduate degree or significant coursework in PA public school finance together with at least three (3) years of relevant experience with business and administrative functions is preferred. Responsible for planning and managing the daily financial affairs and risk management of the school district, monitoring the overall financial state of the district, and managing the accounting system and procedures to ensure accurate information is readily available to make sound financial decisions. Administration of district finances includes budget preparation, fiscal planning and analysis, PDE state and federal financial reporting, payroll, accounting, employee benefits, insurances, investments, debt service and bond issuance, and business office functions. Additionally, this position oversees pupil transportation, food service, and technology, and assists the Superintendent in the oversight of district facilities.  Must possess leadership skills, demonstrate professional ethics and interpersonal skills; excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to relate well to administrators, school board, staff and public. Regionally competitive salary offered commensurate with level of experience.

 

ASSOCIATE SUPERVISOR OF ONLINE LEARNING
York Learning Center
I.U. 12, York Co.
To Apply: Click here to apply. 
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: Program: Educational Technology Services This position assist the Program Supervisor in planning, operating and evaluating the Lincoln EDGE program. 
Qualifications:
  • PA Principal PK-12 Certification, Required
  • Masters Degree in Special Education or related field
  • Online learning experience, preferred
  • Five (5) years of special education experience
Terms of Employment:
Full-time, 260 days (12 months)
Salary:
Act 93 contract, excellent benefits




ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER
Bristol Township School District
I.U. 22, Bucks Co.
To Apply: Please send résumé, letter of interest, and copy of certification to:
John Scavelli, Business Manager/CFO
Bristol Township School District
5 Blue Lake Road
Levittown, PA 19057
or
email: john.scavelli@bristoltwpsd.org
Deadline: Position will remain open until Board-approval/Early Application Encouraged 
About the position: 
The Bristol Township School District, a diverse, progressive, suburban school district located in
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is searching for an outstanding Assistant Business Manager. Candidates must possess:
  • Bachelors Degree in Math, Accounting, Business, Finance or Related Field/Masters Preferred
  • Experience in budget development and management and accounting practices/principles
  • Some experience with school/educational operations preferred
  • Ability to process information and communicate effectively
  • Skilled in the use of business office programs/software/spreadsheets
  • Act 93 Management Position/Competitive Salary & Benefits Offered


ASSISTANT (TO THE) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR OPERATIONS
Bucks County Intermediate Unit
 I.U. 22, Bucks Co. 

To Apply: For additional information regarding this position, or to apply, please click the link below: Job Description - Assistant (to the) Executive Director for Operations (24000149) (taleo.net)
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: The Bucks County Intermediate Unit is currently conducting a search for an Assistant (to the) Executive Director for Operations. The Assistant (to the) Executive Director for Operations provides vision and coordinated oversight for all aspects of the Technology, Facilities, Safety and Security Departments of the Bucks IU.  


BUSINESS MANAGER
Lancaster County Career & Technology Center
 I.U. 13, Lancaster Co. 

To Apply: Click here to apply. Lancaster County Career & Technology Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Lancaster County Career & Technology Center ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, gender, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability.  Any individual needing assistance in making application for any opening should contact the Human Resources at 717.208.3139.
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: The Business Manager oversees the business and financial affairs of the LCCTC in collaboration with multiple departments. This includes; budgeting, purchasing, payroll/benefits, transportation, food service, facilities, insurance administration, and accounting for all funds. The Business Manager provides personnel services with Board communications and union contract administration including salary schedules and benefit cost oversight and preparation.
Qualifications: 
  •  Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field;  Master’s degree preferred
  •  5-8 years’ experience in related field
  •  PA School Business Officials – Registered School Business Administrator preferred
  •  Valid Driver’s License
  •  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  •  Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office
  • Child Abuse, PA Criminal, and FBI clearances dated within one (1) year of start date; ability to obtain required physical and TB test prior to start date.
Duties and Responsibilities: 
1.  Budgeting & Finance
  • Prepare and provide oversight for the General Fund Budget including all reporting
  • Serve as resource to Administrative Director for all budget-related issues and reporting
  • Oversee all campus-related financial accounts
2.  Board & Committee Support
  • Serve as a resource to all committees including JOC, JOC’s Finance and Building/Property Committees, PAC and GAC
  • Assist JOC in Contract Negotiations
  • Right to Know Law – Open Records Officer
  • Liaison between LCCTC Authority and LCCTC
  • Serve as purchasing agent including all bidding as required by PDE
  • Arrange and complete all transportation functions including contracting, problem resolution, JOC and PDE reporting and scheduling
3.  Organizational Support
  • Provide oversight for all purchasing, accounting services and cafeteria operations
  • Oversight of facilities with Facilities Director, Principals and Directors
  • Collaborate with various departments such as Human Resources, the campuses, our adult ed operations and others as part of the overall organizational support role.
 4.  Staff Management
  • Supervise, mentor, and develop staff
  • Evaluate all direct reports on an annual basis
  • Evaluate and anticipate knowledge and skill needs and ensure appropriate staffing levels to meet them 
5.  Other Functions/Responsibilities
  • Other duties as assigned
6.  Personal Skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills
  • Work collaboratively and positively with a diverse group of people
  • Fiscal acumen 
7.  Technical Skills
  • Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Office and financial software (Central Susquehanna IU-CSIU Financial software preferred)
8.  Problem Solving 
  • Generates problem solutions
  • Serves as advisor/consultant
  • Develops operating procedures​
Salary:  $109,372.96 - $131,248.00 annually; based on experience and education
Schedule:  Monday- Friday; Some weekends / evenings, 260 days per year

FLSA Status:  Exempt



DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES
North Allegheny School District
 I.U. 3, Allegheny Co. 

To Apply: Interested candidates must apply through the District’s applicant tracking system.
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: North Allegheny School District, a large suburban district in the Pittsburgh region with over 8,500 students and 1,200 employees, has a vacancy for the Director of Facilities. The Director of Facilities works with the Superintendent and Board of School Directors in directing the design, planning, construction, project management, and maintenance of the District’s facilities and properties, and is responsible for developing budgets and the short-term and long-range Capital Funding Plan based on the District’s growth and future needs. Minimum Requirements Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Architecture; or a combination of relevant education and experience to meet the requirements of the position. Advanced degree preferred. Five or more years’ experience in management and operations required with experience in facilities management preferred. Certificate(s) as a professional engineer or architect preferred. Appointment effective April, 25, 2024. Full benefit package available. Salary is negotiable based on experience. All inquiries will remain confidential.
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ENGLISH LEARNER EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Allentown City School District
 I.U. 22, Bucks Co. 

To Apply: Click here to apply. 
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: When reporting directly to the Chief Academic Officer, the English Learner Education Programs & Services will support the educational performance and financial stability of the district by providing strategic, forward thinking, and visionary leadership for the Office of English Learner Education Programs and the Newcomer Academies team members. The Executive Director will monitor and utilize data systems to meet state and federal mandates. The Executive Director of English Learner Education Programs & Services will also lead and direct the efforts of the team in the Office of English Learner Education Programs to provide exceptional customer service to internal and external constituents. The Executive Director of English Learner Education Programs & Services will serve and provide counsel as a member of the Superintendent’s Executive Leadership Team.
 Executive Director of English Learner Education Programs and Services
Salary: $132,318-$185,246 

Qualifications:

  1. Master’s Degree required.
    • Major in TESOL
    • Major in Bilingual Education
    • Major in Ed Leadership with PreK-12 Administrative Certificate
  2. Five or more years of administrative experience including school and/or central administration experience at a director, principal or executive level.
  3. Successful experience working with English Learners and/or Dual Language Instruction in an urban school district.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

1. Provide leadership, direction, supervision, both personally and through curriculum specialists and the supervisor, and support to bilingual, ESL and World language programs. 
2. Develop and refine the philosophy, policies and operating procedures for the implementation of bilingual education, ESL and World Language programs in consonance with other school district policies, relevant state statutes and federal law. 
3. Provide resource personnel to schools and support services to students for the developmentand/or improvement of bilingual education, ESL and World language programsand implement guidelines as well as Title III support.
4. Administers, supervises, and coordinates, both directly and through supervisory personnel, theday-to-day operations and activities of the Bilingual/Multicultural Education Office including placement of ELLS, language assessment and monitoring of ELLs students, curriculum development, supervision of bilingual/ESL staff and World language staff.
 5. Hold quarterly meetings with Bilingual/ESL principals for information dissemination and professional development in programmatic and compliance matters related to ELLs as well as Title III support.
6. Monitor the language acquisition of language minority and ELLs students in the bilingual education and ESL programs from the point of entry to exit; monitor the academic achievement of student populations that the Bilingual/Multicultural Education Office services.
7. Monitor the academic achievement of ESL students and language immersion program students.
 8. Develop and monitor a budget that adequately meets the personnel and programmatic needs of the office
 9. Translation services
 10. Develop and monitor Title III budget as well as participate in the development of the district’s ESEA Consolidated Plan.
 11. Initiate and promote modified and/or new programs for linguistic and culturally diverse populations.
 12. Monitor ELL language and academic progress to meet the Annual Measurement Achievement Objectives for ELLs as mandated by NCLB.
 13. Collaborate with the Assessment Office in the academic and language assessment issues/mandates for ELLs.
 14. Communicate to and collaborate with community and civic groups, institutions of higher education and community-based agencies which serve linguistic and culturally diverse populations as well as promote the development of education services for parents of linguistic and culturally diverse populations.
 15. Collaborate with other programs affecting linguistic and culturally diverse populations and advocate for improving and expanding services for linguistic and culturally diverse populations in Special Education, Title I, Gifted & Talented, IB and AP programs and other district initiatives.
 16. Collaborate with the Department of Curriculum and Instruction for equitable participation of linguistic and culturally diverse populations in all district’s curricular activities, as well as professional development activities for teachers of linguistic and culturally diverse populations.
 17. Collaborate with other central services departments and divisions to ensure compliance matters are met accordingly.
 18. Work with DPI in matters of policies, procedures, reports, grants, etc. pertaining to the implementation of the Bilingual Education Program.
 19. Completes other duties as assigned.



DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Quakertown Community School District
 I.U. 22, Bucks Co. 

To Apply: Click here to apply. 
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: The Quakertown Community School District (QCSD) is looking to hire a Director of Human Resources to provide leadership in developing and executing human resources strategy in support of the organization’s overall strategic direction, specifically in the areas of employee management, succession planning, talent management, change management, organizational and performance management, training and development, and compensation. The Director of Human Resources provides strategic leadership by articulating Human Resource needs and plans to Cabinet (the “leadership” team) and the district’s Board of School Directors. This position provides a regionally competitive salary and benefits package.

This position requires a Human Resources Executive with a minimum of five (5) years of experience, who will be able to strategically and tactically evaluate and implement sophisticated HR related programs and initiatives; be able to work with a variety of organizational leadership to build consensus around HR strategy and tactics; have a demonstrated background in talent management and leadership management; as well as have a proven ability to attract and retain outstanding talent and assemble and motivate high performance teams.

The selected executive must have the ability to bring immediate credibility to the human resources function through his/her professional qualifications and leadership skills as well as project the highest levels of integrity. Superior interpersonal communication and presentation skills as well as proven organizational skills are required.
Essential Functions:
  • Provides contract and/or policy administration, in concert with the Superintendent for matters relating to employee working conditions, benefit administration and compensation for the employee groups.
  • Provides leadership to county school district administrators, principals and staff in the areas of human resources administration, certification, and recruitment of staff.
  • Oversees the recruitment, selection, and onboarding processes to attract and retain high-quality staff.
  • Directs the total operation of the Human Resources (HR) department and evaluates its staff.
  • Establishes and implements Human Resources (HR) operating processes and procedures to effectively communicate and support the district's personnel.
  • Functions as a strategic business advisor to the administrators of each school or specialty group regarding key organizational and management issues.
  • Develops HR plans and strategies to support the achievement of the overall District objectives.
  • Provides overall leadership and guidance to HR functions by overseeing talent acquisition, career development, succession planning, retention, training and leadership development, compensation and benefits.
  • Develops and maintains compensation plans for all non-union employees and determines the salary placement for all employees.
  • Develops and implements comprehensive compensation and benefit plans that are competitive and cost effective.
  • Monitors employee attendance and reports accumulated leave days to employees annually.
  • Develops, updates, and maintains all job position descriptions and oversees and initiates the posting and advertising of all vacant and new positions.
  •  Conducts ongoing training programs for potential school district substitutes, and employees and contractors including the dissemination of information, recruiting of candidates, interviewing and credentials review, processing all paperwork, conducting 2-day orientation, PDE certification and permit approval process, and informs and updates staff and administration about compliance with all State and Federal laws.
  • Monitors all areas related to each employee’s Pennsylvania certification/licensure status and submits annual reports to the State as required.
  • Responsible for the collecting and updating emergency information from each employee and contractor annually.
  • Serves as the District Title IX Coordinator.
  • Serves on the safety committee and makes recommendations and implements safety procedures.
  • Oversees the administration of unemployment claims and participates in hearings as required; maintains contact with injured employees collecting workers’ compensation, including absence monitoring, coordination with other paid leaves, and light-duty/back to work issues.
  • Other duties as assigned. This position description does not express or imply that these are the only duties to be performed by the incumbent(s).
Supervisory Responsibility: Directly supervises all employees in the Human Resource Department. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee
must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Qualifications:
Required Education: Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university. Master’s degree in Human Resource administration or public administration preferred.
Required Knowledge & Experience:
  • Broad knowledge of and experience with principles, practices and procedures regardingHuman Resources administration, including Pennsylvania Public School Code, Federal discrimination laws, and all Department of Education regulations pertaining to human resources and personnel.
  • Five (5) years’ experience as a Human Resources Director preferred.
  • Previous experience or training in labor negotiations preferred.
  • Previous Title IX experience preferred.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, orally and in written form.
  • Ability to understand and administer contracts and to perform mathematical functions.
  • Ability to organize, prioritize, and handle multiple tasks requiring immediate attention.
  • Excellent organization and interpersonal skills; ability to make presentations to small and large groups.
EEO/AA/VEVRAA Employer: Quakertown Community School District (QCSD) is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. QCSD does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws. 
Questions: Interviews will be offered to qualified candidates on a rolling basis as applications
are received. This search is being conducted by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit (Bucks IU).
Questions may be directed to:
Rebecca Roberts-Malamis, Esq.
Deputy Executive Director and In-House Legal Counsel
RMalamis@BucksIU.org 215-348-2940, Ext. 1150
Michele Ruggerio, Paralegal
MRuggiero@BucksIU.org 215-348-2940, Ext. 1152
Attempts to contact the Quakertown Community School District and/or the district’s Board of
School Directors and/or staff will not receive a response.

 

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Allentown School District
I.U. 21, Lehigh Co. 
To Apply: Click here. 
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: Supervises system-wide business affairs, fiscal management, tax collection, procurement, budgetary development and related support functions while maintaining accurate and complete records of the District’s financial affairs; The Business Manager works to ensure fiscal accountability and to maximize the use of human and financial resources through reallocation of overall resources; Collaborates with Human Resources to complement their functions for employees of the district.
Salary Level: $185,000-$200,000 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in business administration/management, accounting or related field.
  • Master’s in Business Administration or CPA certification preferred.
  • Minimum five years experience as a business manager or related role.
  • Knowledge of current laws and regulations relating to public school accounting.
  • Evidence of school and/or business leadership experience.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Executive Core Qualifications, including the ability to lead change and lead people, the ability to meet to meet District goals with a focus on results, the possession of business acumen, and the ability to build coalitions.  Must be able to lead and manage, and to ensure that targeted goals and initiatives are achieved.
  • Demonstrated skills in computer technology and financial / HR computer software applications.
  • Satisfactory work record & criminal/child abuse clearances (Acts 34, 114 and 151).
  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Such additional or alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board and/or Superintendent may determine appropriate and acceptable.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Supervises the accounting system necessary to provide school officials and administrators with accurate financial facts as the basis for formulating policies and decisions; provides the proper safeguards for custody of public funds.
  • Performs pre-audit of internal procedures; determines that prepared statements present fairly the financial position, propriety, legality, and accuracy of financial transactions; proper recording of all financial transactions; post-audit procedures; external audits; reconciliation of internal and external audits; conducts internal reviews of student activities and petty cash funds in the District schools; monitors food service accounts.
  • Develops procedures and policy on cash management and investments; develops cash projection report of revenues and expenditures of the general fund; selects the type and source of investments; secures proper collateralization of investments; maintains records and prepares monthly report of cash and investments; provides for full investment of all surplus funds.
  • Holds responsibility for debt service and capital fund management. Performs long and short-term financing, including Tax Anticipation Notes (TANS); maturities and debt payments; long-range capital improvement programs; short-term debt management; debt service payment procedures and reports; investment of surplus capital funds; refunding of bond issues.
  • Implements the School District’s financial accounting system in accordance with “The Manual of Accounting and Related Financial Procedures for Pennsylvania School District, 1983”; translates the school budget into a business office accounting system; prepares the annual financial report of the
  • District and other financial reports as required for submission to the State; prepares monthly financial reports to the Board of School Directors; interprets the annual audit report; supervises accounting procedures on payroll operation, accounts payable, trust and agency accounts, local, state and federal taxes, retirement, social security, insurance programs, capital reserve funds, student activity funds, and construction funds.
  • Holds responsibility for financial planning and budgeting. Compiles and prepares the annual education budget; long-term fiscal planning; operating budget control; expenditure and revenue estimates; fiscal relationships with other governmental units; prepares monthly financial reports for the Board of School Directors.
  • Administers Tax Sheltered Annuity 403(b) Plans for all employees.
  • Holds responsibility for insurance and risk management. Performs review of insurance programs in collaboration with human resources; determines coverage to be provided; obtains insurable values on building and contents; files insurance claims and reports; directs insurance procurement procedures; maintains insurance policies and claim records; develops specifications and places insurance with companies, agents, and brokers.
  • Supervises payroll operations for payment of all employees in accordance with negotiated contracts and Board policies; supervises completion of local, state, and federal reports on payroll deductions; has responsibility for establishing payroll policies and procedures; supervises proper accounting of all payroll disbursements; supervises and audits all payroll records.
  • Acts as designated purchasing agent for the School District; processes purchase orders; recommends and enforces purchasing policies, procedures, and regulations; prepares specifications and determines quality of equipment and supplies; enforces school code requirements for bidding and purchasing; responsible for storage and delivery of supplies; maintains inventory control; serves as the School District’s expert on the source and cost of supplies, equipment, and services; maintains records and catalogues on items to be purchased.
  • Holds responsibility for Real Estate and Fixed Asset Management. Maintains inventory records and determines values of fixed assets; secures adequate insurance and provides for security of fixed assets; responsible for management of real and personal property records.
  • Reviews the tax collections of, and when necessary, provides input to the locally elected and appointed tax collectors for the district.
  •  Provides financial data for state and federal financial grants; provides assistance in securing financial grants; monitors District use of grant monies.
  • Works collaboratively with the Deputy Superintendent and Director of Facilities to establish accountability for energy consumption and to establish a District energy management program for the reduction of utility consumption.
  • Serves as the District’s Record Retention Officer for non-educational records, the district’s delegate to the Lehigh County Tax Collection Committee and the District’s Right to Know Officer for information requests.
  • Attends Board meetings and work sessions. Attends meetings and conferences as required by the position. Attends professional seminars and workshops.
  •  Serves as a member of the District’s Emergency Management Plan Team.
  •  Serves as Board Secretary.
  •  Ensures proper adherence to District policy and procedures and ensures proper adherence to applicable contract language that is in effect for the district.
  • Provides increased fiscal oversight for Title I, Title II, ACCESS, and IDEA Federal funds.
  • Performs any other duties assigned by the Superintendent.
 

CHIEF OF TALENT MANAGEMENT AND LABOR RELATIONS
Allentown School District
I.U. 21, Lehigh Co. 
To Apply: Click here. 
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: The Chief of Talent Management and Labor Relations leads the critical function of talent management for the Allentown School District organization in strong support of schools in their goals for high student achievement.  The Chief of Talent Management and Labor Relations is a key strategic position on the Superintendent’s cabinet and reports directly to the Superintendent.  The Chief of Talent Management and Labor Relations will be guided in his/her work by data specific to the Allentown School District workforce, national research and best practice and trends in human capital management and will be a strong contributor to state educational policies that impact the workforce.
Salary Level: $180,000-$200,000
Qualifications:
  • Advanced degree in business, human resources, education, law, public policy or other related field.
  • Understanding of best practices in human capital management.
  • Minimum five (5) years of leadership experience including supervision of public or private organizations with a significant number of employees. 
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and work effectively with diverse groups.
  • Ability to work within tight time constraints and under stressful conditions.
  • Knowledge of administrative policies and practices.
  • Service orientation toward supporting schools.
  • Knowledge of developments and trends in human capital management.
  • Thorough knowledge of the School Board, state and federal laws, rules, policies and procedures concerning the employment of personnel.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Advise the Superintendent and the Cabinet on overall human capital strategies with a focus on the enhancement of teacher and principal quality and performance accountability;
  • Initiate state-of-the-art programs and systems to focus on excellence in recruitment, hiring and selection, staffing and deployment, information and technology, compensation and benefits, performance management and career development for all positions in the organization; 
  • Work closely with the leaders in the academic, finance, legal, technology and support service functions to ensure alignment towards student achievement goals;
  • Develop a system of support for principals in their leadership roles as human capital managers; 
  • Supervise and manage the offices of the Executive Director of Human Resources, Director of Investigative Services and Director of Talent Management & Recruitment.
  • Identify top performing teachers and principals and create strategies to address the system’s ability to ensure retention;
  • Lead continuous improvement efforts in customer service and in redesigning functions and processes that result in more effective talent management;
  • Create and implement career roles for teachers that retain top performers and are reflected in differentiated compensation systems;
  • Collaborate with union leadership and state officials on policies and practices that enhance a high-quality, diverse workforce;
  • Lead the talent management staff in continuous improvement and customer service efforts to ensure best practices;
  • Track and analyze a variety of information and data on the quality of the workforce in relation to student achievement outcomes;
  • Assume a leadership role in policy development for quality human capital management at the state level;
  • Perform other duties that may be assigned by the Superintendent
NOTE: The above description covers the principal duties and responsibilities of the job.  The description shall not, however, be construed as a complete listing of all duties or as a contract.  In all cases, these relationships, functions and their applications are subject to change by the Superintendent of Schools.


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF EARLY LEARNING
Allentown School District
I.U. 21, Lehigh Co. 
To Apply:  Click here. 
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: The Director of Early Learning is responsible for overseeing the district’s early learning work, from birth to 3 years of age, including leading the ongoing implementation of the Pre-K Program. Builds coherence with community-based early learning programs and the district’s K-2 program. Fosters collaboration with community providers, building support for sustainability and helping to establish a consolidated early learning governance structure.
Salary: $113,504-$158,905

Qualifications:
  • Five (5) years administrative experience and Master’s degree preferred.
  • PA Certification in Grades K-4, and Supervisor, Early Childhood K-6 and/or School Administrator K-12.
  • 5 years of experience in an administrative capacity required.
  • Early Childhood Learning experience working in a large, urban PreK-12 environment preferred. Ability to effectively direct, plan, implement and evaluate programs in a school-based environment. Strong leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to lead and provide direction.
  • Knowledge of current applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with students, staff and the public from diverse cultural, social, economic, and educational backgrounds.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and contribute to a diverse workplace through ideas and experience.
  • Experience with school district organization, operations, policies, and procedures; the ability to read, interpret, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Experience with budget preparation and position control.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize work.
  • Experience with urban school districts and diverse student populations.
Note: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Directs and oversees the implementation of a broad spectrum of early learning initiatives.
  • Communicates the vision of the Early Learning Program to all stakeholders.
  • Establishes a coherent, collaborative system for the programs and services that benefit children and families.
  • Develops and implements long and short-term strategic plans consistent with the district’s vision and mission.
  • Works collaboratively with community partners to achieve the goal of increasing the opportunity for children to access high quality early learning opportunities.
  • Builds support for sustainability of initiatives that will improve early learning opportunities.
  • Coordinates, plans, implements, and assesses the capacity building of assigned personnel via professional learning based on current research.
  • Identifies and provides support for parents to enhance and extend the school learning experiences of children at home; coordinates parent support sessions, including strategies, care and nurturing, and proper nutrition.
  • Builds coordination of services and articulation between the early learning and elementary levels of the instructional program.
  • Supports the transition of students entering Kindergarten from community-based early learning programs.
  • Creates and implements an early learning program that encompasses the whole child cognitively (academic programs), socially, and emotionally.
  • Collects and analyzes data regarding the performance and experiences of all students and other pertinent information affecting the design and implementation of services and programs, using the information to recommend new programs and modifications in existing programs.
  • Creates and sustains a positive and collaborative environment for central and school-based personnel.
  • Develops and maintains strong relationships with key stakeholders, including families, community providers, partners, teachers, leaders, and others.
  • Provides leadership for the development of the department’s budget, ensuring that budget decisions provide optimal support to address the needs of our students.
  • Supervises assigned personnel, provides assistance, conducts performance appraisals, and makes recommendations for appropriate employment actions.
  • Directs the preparation of statistical and narrative reports to ensure reporting requirements are met for   state and federal agencies.
  • Keeps abreast of current research, theory, and trends, and provides leadership in areas as appropriate to the district’s needs.
  • Models and requires the use of leadership practices that promote high-performance, ethical behavior, collegiality, collaboration, and fairness.
  • Required to have prompt, regular attendance in-person and be available to work on-site, in-person during regular business hours.
  • Prepares comprehensive narrative and statistical program reports.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director and/or designee.


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GRANT DEVELOPMENT & INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Allentown School District
I.U. 21, Lehigh Co. 
To Apply:  Click here. 
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: The Executive Director of Grant Development and Institutional Advancement is responsible for overseeing all aspects of individual fundraising through major and planned giving.  Position is responsible for developing a strong program that focuses on identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding prospects with capacity and interest to ensure a strong base of ongoing financial support for the short and long-term.  This position sets major and planned giving, fundraising, budget and operating goals, monitors work and evaluates results to ensure that departmental and operating requirements are met and are in line with the needs and mission of the district.
Salary: $113,504-$158,905

Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree with a major in educational leadership, educational supervision, or a related field from an accredited college or university, Doctorate preferred.
  • Eight (8) years as Executive Director of Non-Profit with more progressive leadership experience focused on education innovation, reform, or transformation, in a department, office or division, school district department, or higher educational experience.
  • Demonstrated results in obtaining and acquiring grant funding and community partnerships resulting in advancing educational equity.
  • Such additional modification or alternatives to the above qualifications as the board or superintendent may determine appropriate and acceptable.
Note: To successfully serve as Executive Director of Grant Development & Institutional Advancement, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Perform duties in a professional, ethical and responsible manner as defined in the District’s code of conduct.
  • Grow a portfolio of qualified major and planned giving prospects and donors in every stage of the major gifts cycle (qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship) with focus on building personal relationships with individuals.
  • Organize and manage major, planned gift and campaign programs.
  • Initiate and direct fundraising campaigns to support priorities identified by the Superintendent and School Board of Directors.
  • Plan and implement donor cultivation events and alumni giving.
  • Identify and solicit prospective research/grant opportunities.
  • Serve as district representative on the Allentown School District Foundation (ASDF).
  • Shape and implement creative pathways to engage various community partners align their mission and goals with the District’s mission, vision, and goals.
  • Collaborate with school districts, community agencies, and other organizations to improve program performance and identify innovative programs to explore.
  • Prepare and deliver reports and presentations related to efficient and effective delivery of programs and services to the Superintendent and School Board of Directors.
  • Ensure program compliance with all local, state, and federal laws, regulations, and reporting requirements.
  • Ensure program compliance with all Board policies and District administrative regulations.
  • Establish and maintain effective and positive working relationships with key district staff, governmental agencies, school districts, local education organizations, community groups, and other stakeholders in support and furtherance of efforts to maximize program and service effectiveness.
  • Develop, administer and monitor budgets in all areas of program control, including analysis of budget expenditures and recommendations for on-going operational effectiveness, ensuring fiscal integrity and compliance.
  • Collaborate with the Chief of Schools, Chief Financial Officer and Chief of Equity Accountability and Performance Management to ensure the equitable allocation of resources and delivery of services and to ensure an equitable work environment.
  • Monitor and incorporate emerging and best practice research on existing programs in all areas of program control to meet the District’s mission, vision, and goals.
  • Prepare, present and facilitate board presentations on all areas of grants and advancement.
  • Collaborate with the Cabinet and community partners to obtain grant funds to sustain and support strategic and innovative collaborations with our community partners by creating a comprehensive data tracking system to guide and inform partnership decisions.
  • Perform such other tasks and assume such other responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated by the Superintendent.
 

ADMINISTRATION/BUSINESS MANAGER
Huntingdon School District
I.U. 11, Huntingdon Co. 
To Apply: Online
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: The Huntingdon Area School District is seeking a Chief Financial Officer/Business Manager.  A bachelor’s degree in accounting is required and candidates with a master's degree in accounting are preferred.  The successful candidate should have at least 3 years of experience in the field of accounting with prior school district or governmental accounting.  The duties include planning, developing, overseeing, and advising on the district budget.  Additional supervision of the following is included in the role:  supervision of three business office staff, payroll, accounts payable, Pa Department of Education reporting, grants, food service funds, and assisting in oversight of the district transportation services.  The district will negotiate a contract including benefits and salary with the successful candidate based on proven experience and qualifications.  Huntingdon Area School District uses the applicant tracking system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online.

 

BUSINESS MANAGER/CONTROLLER
Middle Bucks Institute of Technology (MBIT), Jamison, PA
To Apply: Please use this link here: https://aa163.taleo.net/careersection/administrator+career+section/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en&portal=10116760849
Rebecca Roberts-Malamis, Esq., Deputy Executive Director, and In-House Legal Counsel, RMalamis@BucksIU.org;  215-348-2940 Ext. 1150
Karen Sandone, MSHR, PHR, Director of Human Resources, KSandone@BucksIU.Org; 215-348-2940 Ext. 112
This search is being conducted by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit (Bucks IU). Questions may be directed to the Bucks IU personnel below. Attempts to contact the MBIT Administration and/or staff will not receive a response. 
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: The Business Manager/Controller under the guidance of the Executive Director, supervises school operations and services including business, facilities, and technology. The Business Manager/Controller is responsible for developing, recommending and administrating approved systems for receipt, custody and disbursement of funds, payroll and debt, and budgetary control procedures for the school. The qualified candidate works with all administrative personnel with respect to fiscal matters, purchasing, personnel, administrative services, data processing services and negotiations. Assists in the administration of policies and procedures to achieve institutional goals and comply with laws of the Commonwealth and the policies established by the Executive Council.
Position Requirements/Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field required, a master’s degree beneficial.
  • CPA beneficial.
  • Experience in budget preparation, cash management, purchasing, payroll/benefits administration and related school operations.
  • Working knowledge of data processing, budgetary accounting, and payroll software systems.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills and professionalism required.
Compensation: A regionally competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with experience will be offered to the successful candidate.
Supervisory Responsibility: Supervises various members of the MBIT support staff within the business office.
Expected Hours of Work: This is a full-time, 260-day calendar position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday.  Evening and/or weekend work may be required as job duties demand. 
Travel: Limited (will only travel to the bank, IU, and for professional development)
Physical Demands:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, and talk or hear.
  • The employee frequently is required to walk throughout the office area and use arms, fingers, tools, or controls in repetitive motions.
  • The employee is occasionally required to stand and reach with hands and arms.
  • The employee is occasionally required to lift objects between one and twenty pounds from the floor or waist to the waist or able the shoulders.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color vision.
  • Specific hearing abilities required by this job include perceiving normal oral conversation in person and on the telephone with little to moderate background noise.
  • The employee is required calmly and politely interact with students, parents, or community members in person and on the telephone and by email, to respond to concerns or problems
 Work Authorization:  Citizenship or work authorization to work in the United States required.  
EEO/AA/VEVRAA Employer:  MBIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. MBIT does not discriminate based on disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state, or local laws. 

 

PRINCIPAL
Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center
To Apply: Visit gactc.edu/employment/administrative-positions/

Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: The Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center (GACTC) is seeking an exceptional educational leader to join our dynamic team as the Principal. GACTC is a growing institution dedicated to providing high-quality career and technical education to students from our eight member school districts. We are committed to preparing our students for success in the workforce and higher education through the delivery of 25 unique educational programs with industry-aligned curricula. Our estimated enrollment for the 2023-2024 school years is over 1,100 students.
 
The Principal will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of career and technical education in our community. They will have the opportunity to lead a dedicated team of educators, collaborate with industry partners, and foster an environment of academic excellence and innovation. The ideal candidate will be a dedicated leader who is passionate about student success and possesses a solid understanding of career and technical education.
Responsibilities:
  • Provide leadership to develop and implement the school’s mission, vision, and strategic goals.
  • Lead, mentor, and evaluate a team of talented teachers and staff members to ensure instructional excellence and student achievement.
  • Lead curriculum implementation initiatives that support teachers in translating educational objectives into a comprehensive learning plans.
  • Lead the new faculty induction program to ensure new faculty receive comprehensive orientation, mentorship, and professional development opportunities as they navigate the unique challenges and opportunities within career and technical education.
  • Support efforts to implement student discipline practices that create a system of rules, strategies, and actions that lead to a safe and orderly learning environment, promote positive behavior, address misconduct, and support the overall well-being and development of students.
  • Foster positive relationships with students, parents, and the community to promote a supportive and engaging learning environment.
  • Stay abreast of current trends, best practices, and regulations in career and technical education to ensure compliance and continuous improvement.
This 12-month, Act 93 position with competitive salary and benefit package requires the following qualifications:
  • Pennsylvania K-12 Principal or Supervisor of CTE certification and Pennsylvania Career and Technical Administrative Director Certification preferred.
  • Minimum of three years of experience in educational leadership, preferably in a career and technical education setting preferred.
  • Strong knowledge of career and technical education programs
  • Proven track record of effective instructional leadership, staff supervision, and implementing data-driven strategies to improve student outcomes.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and collaboration skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive relationships with students, parents, staff, and community stakeholders.
  • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills.
For more information including job description and the required application procedure, please log on to: www.gactc.edu/employment
 
EOE



SUPERVISOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
Bristol Township School District
I.U. 22, Bucks Co. 

To Apply: Please send letter of interest, resume, and a copy of certification to: 
Al Oberman, Director of Student Services
Bristol Township School District
5 Blue Lake Road
Levittown, PA 19057
al.oberman@bristolwpsd.org
Deadline: Open until filled. 
About the position: The Bristol Township School District, a diverse, progressive, suburban school district located in Bucks County, PA is searching for an outstanding Supervisor of Special Education. Candidate must possess the following: 
  • Supervisor of Special Education certification or Principal K-12 certification
  • Demonstrated expertise and experience in Special Education
  • Extensive knowledge of Pennsylvania Special Education law, process, and instructional methodology
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and technology skills.
​Competitive salary and benefits package offered. 



PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR--EMOTIONAL SUPPORT (SECONDARY)
Montgomery County Intermediate Unit #23
I.U.  23–  Montgomery Co.
To Apply: Applications can be submitted online at www.mciu.org/jobs (Job ID: 1178). Please contact the Human Resources Office at jobs@mciu.org or 610-755-9307 if you have any questions or need assistance.
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: A vacancy exists for a Program Administrator – Emotional Support (Secondary) position in the Office of Student Services at the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit for our new Pathways to Empowerment Program.  The Program Administrator – Emotional Support (Secondary) is responsible for day-to-day operations, including the development of procedures and processes for ensuring program operates successfully.  This position will provide leadership in the development of programs that meet the needs of students from various backgrounds, including students who have experienced school failure, students identified as in need of special education and students with severe behavioral and emotional challenges. This position will also maintain the best interest of students and provide high quality customer service to school districts.
Qualifications
  • Advanced Degree in education or related field.
  • Valid PA Supervisory Level Certificate in appropriate field of expertise and/or a valid PA Elementary or Secondary Principal.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of certified professional experience in appropriate field.
  • Experience with career counseling and career planning for secondary students
  • Building level leadership experience preferred
  • Expertise (includes one or more of the following):
    • Oversight of staff
    • Responsibility for budget of programs or initiatives
    • Interfaces with Customers and Stakeholders
  • Experience in the areas of curriculum, program, and professional development; technology experience helpful.
  • Comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of state and federal laws and guidelines regarding special education.
  • Experience in de-escalation, crisis prevention and crisis response. 
  • Specialized training in all areas of special education with experience working within mental health and community based agencies and prior success in creating evidenced based and fiscally sound programs for special education. 
  • Experience working effectively and cooperatively with administration, parents, and professional and non-professional staff within the educational community.
  • Ability to supervise and work effectively and cooperatively with administrative, professional, and non-professional staff.
  • Proficiency in the use of technology for individual communication and research.
  • Employs good oral and written communication skills; demonstrates good organizational skills.
  • Possesses effective interpersonal skills with the ability to interface diplomatically with other teachers, administrators, parents, students, support staff, and outside professional contacts.
  • Qualities of leadership and good communication skills.
  • Original certificates of clearance from the State Police, Child Abuse Registry, and PDE FBI.
Essential Duties
  • Improve the instructional program via teacher observations, recommendations, demonstrations, and staff development activities.  These shall include but not be limited to: assessment techniques, classroom management strategies, appropriate effective educational interactions, report writing, setting of curricular components (goals, objectives, activities), IEP writing, parental conferencing, effective staff relationships with other staff and school district personnel, program evaluation strategies, and record keeping.
  • Responsible to monitor cost centers/budget to ensure operating with MCIU fiscal guidelines and within budget.
  • Rate the performance of each assigned staff member on an annual basis according to MCIU policies and procedures.
  • Coordinate the planning, development, and implementation of the curricula.  Assure that curricular materials necessary to implement the program are in place and that all instructional areas are taught in accordance with program standards.
  • Assist with the interviewing of potential new staff members and in recommending assignments and/or transfer of existing staff.
  • Assist in providing orientation to program operations for new staff members or those transferred to the program from other areas of special education.
  • Assume responsibility for the flow of students into and out of the program including IEP processes, due process procedures, appropriate grouping of students, and criteria for admission and withdrawal.
  • Coordinate the multidisciplinary team's functioning including assisting staff in the diagnosis of the student's difficulties, strategies for improving the student's conditions, and management procedures.
  • Remain abreast of new and innovative service delivery systems and practice through research, attendance and participation in professional organizations and conferences, course work, workshops, and/or self-initiated study where appropriate; apply these practices to continuing program development, professional organizations, and IU staff development in a timely manner.
  • Assure that the staff conducts ongoing student evaluations, ensure appropriateness of the educational program.
  • Assist with the ongoing evaluation of the program to provide data for program improvement.
  • Work cooperatively with other IU staff.
  • Serve as a liaison to district administrative personnel in a professional and cooperative working relationship.
  • Assume additional duties as assigned by the Director and/or Assistant Director. 
Work Schedule:
Monday-Friday, 7.5 hours/day, 12 months (260-262 days/year)
Salary:
$118,919/year - $135,135/year
About Us:
The Montgomery County Intermediate Unit, a regional educational service agency, provides dynamic, visionary leadership and effective, efficient services for constituent school districts, schools and students.
Why Should You Apply?
  • Competitive salary.
  • Comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, prescription, and vision insurance coverage.
  • Tuition reimbursement.
  • Eligibility for federal student loan forgiveness.
  • Participation in PSERS (Public School Employees’ Retirement System).
  • Paid time off benefits.
The Montgomery County Intermediate Unit is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

ASSISTANT HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL/ MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPUS
Columbia Borough School District
I.U.  13–  Lancaster Co.
To Apply:  Apply through TalentEd: https://columbiabsd.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Any questions email hr@columbiabsd.org
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: 
12 Month – Act 93 Position
Dependent upon Education and Experience



ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL
Eastern York
I.U.  12–  York Co.
To Apply: All applicants must apply through: www.applitrack.com/eyork/onlineapp

or through the district website at:  www.easternyork.com 

Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: Full-Time, 12-Month Position Available
Grades K-5 with apx. 300 students. Must have PA Administrative/Principal Certification 
 Candidates should have Administrative experience with a demonstrated ability to successfully lead diverse individuals. Candidates must possess leadership abilities in the areas of student achievement, assessment, curriculum development, and behavior management. Must have the ability to work effectively and cooperatively with others while maintaining a positive learning atmosphere. Successful administrative and teaching experience at the Elementary level is preferred.

 


DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION
North Allegheny 
I.U.  3–  Allegheny Co.
To Apply: Interested candidates must apply through the District’s applicant tracking system.
Deadline: Open until filled.
About the position: North Allegheny School District, a large suburban district in the Pittsburgh region with over 8,500 students and 1100 employees, has a vacancy for the Director of Transportation. The Director of Transportation serves as a member of the District’s Executive Council and is responsible for overall strategic direction, planning, coordination, administration, and evaluation of the Transportation Department functions at the District. The Director of Transportation is responsible for developing and ensuring effective implementation of plans, systems, policies, and processes for the department, ensuring the safe and timely transportation needs of all students the District serves.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in transportation management, logistics, or related field (preferred). Extensive experience in transportation management, preferably in an education setting. Strong knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations related to student transportation. Leadership experience demonstrating excellent organizational, problem-solving, decision-making, team management, and customer service skills. Appointment effective October 2023. Full benefit package available. Salary Range is $115,000 - $125,000, commensurate with experience. All inquiries will remain confidential.
Please review attached job description for additional position details.
North Allegheny is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

ELEMENTARY ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
Huntingdon Area School District, Standing Stone Elementary School
I.U.  11– Huntingdon Co.
To Apply:  Please the following to apply: http://www.applitrack.com/huntsd/OnlineApp/JobPostings/View.asp?AppliTrackJobId=1274
Deadline:  Open until filled

About the position: The Huntingdon Area School District is seeking an Assistant Principal with strong organizational skills to co-lead Standing Stone Elementary School, grades K-5 for approximately 425 students. Must have the ability to supervise and evaluate teachers, paraprofessionals and other support staff. Evidence of effective communication and interpersonal skills is a must. Must have the ability to effectively communicate and engage with families in the learning process. The successful candidate must understand a multi-tiered system of support, including PBIS, as the district framework for education. Previous administrative experience preferred but not required; however, expertise in Elementary instructional experience is required. Principal K-12 Certification is required. 
 


ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL
Huntingdon Area School District, Southside Elementary School
I.U.  11– Huntingdon Co.
To Apply:  Please visit the following to apply: http://www.applitrack.com/huntsd/OnlineApp/JobPostings/View.asp?AppliTrackJobId=1273
Deadline:  Open until filled

About the position: Huntingdon Area School District is seeking an Educational Leader with strong organizational skills to lead an elementary building, grades K-5 for approximately 320 students. Must have the ability to supervise and evaluate teachers, paraprofessionals and other support staff.  Previous administrative experience preferred. Evidence of effective communication and interpersonal skills is a must. Must have the ability to effectively communicate and engage with families in the learning process. A successful candidate must understand a multi-tiered system of support, including PBIS, as the district framework for education.  The leader of this building will oversee the district's PreK classrooms as well as Federal Programs for Title. Expertise in Early Learning and Federal programs is preferred. 
 


HIGH SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
Huntingdon Area School District
I.U.  11– Huntingdon Co.
To Apply:  Please visit the following to apply:
http://www.applitrack.com/huntsd/OnlineApp/JobPostings/View.asp?AppliTrackJobId=1275
Deadline:  Open until filled

About the position: The Huntingdon Area School District is seeking an Assistant Principal with strong organizational skills to co-lead our High School, grades 9-12 for approximately 550 students. Must have the ability to supervise and evaluate teachers, paraprofessionals and other support staff. Evidence of effective communication and interpersonal skills is a must. Must have the ability to effectively communicate and engage with families in the learning process. The successful candidate must understand a multi-tiered system of support, including PBIS, as the district framework for education. Previous administrative experience preferred but not required; however, expertise in Secondary instructional experience is required. Principal K-12 Certification is required.  




ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL (Middle School)
Hempfield School District
I.U. 13 – Lancaster Co.
To Apply:  Online
Deadline:  Open until filled
About the position:  Assist the principal in providing a safe, clean environment conducive to learning. Provide leadership in the development and improvement of the district in various areas such as curriculum and instruction, student services/achievement, communications, and management.
Position Information: Full-Time with benefits, 8 hours/day, 261 days/year, Salary will be determined based on experience
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Direct and manage student behavior and discipline, counseling students regarding acceptable school conduct and recommending appropriate action to be taken when necessary.
  • Observe students in hallways, common areas, etc. by maintaining a high degree of visibility.
  • Maintain communication with parents and the community to accurately report and interpret district policies, school programs, and other beneficial or required information.
  • Provide leadership in screening and interviewing applicants including substitutes, and/or recommending of applicants to be interviewed, in cooperation with department leaders.
  • Observe and evaluate all teachers and non-professional staff as assigned by the Principal.
  • Provide leadership in promoting student achievement and growth by analyzing the process, demographics, and evaluative data to identify individual student needs and instructional program needs.
  • Lead professional development sessions such as faculty meetings, in-service days, etc., and facilitate faculty groups working to improve student achievement.
  • Oversee the building’s Crisis Response Team, develop and implement evacuation and lock-down procedures, and ensure students and staff adhere to procedures.
  • Promote a positive learning environment by assisting the Principal and faculty in celebrating student success and facilitating student activities/events.
  • Assist the Principal with the daily logistics of operating a school such as daily schedules, providing sufficient staff coverage, assigning duties, etc.
  • Serve as LEA during special education meetings such as IEP, MDE, etc. and conduct student observations and evaluations.
  • Assist the Principal with the development and administration of the annual master schedule.
  • Attend Administrative Team meetings, IEP, MDE, and Parent Advisory Council meetings.
  • Maintain knowledge of current educational trends and “Best Practices” through various personal staff development efforts by attending conferences and workshops.
  • Perform Principal duties in his/her absence and any other duties assigned by the principal
Qualifications: 
  • Five (5) years’ experience in public education necessary, including elementary or secondary school instruction
  • Master’s degree required
  • Pennsylvania Administrative certification required
  • Submission of pre-employment medical examination (Section 148 of the PA School Code)
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable
Required Documents:  Current PA Criminal History background check, Current Federal Criminal (FBI) background check, Current Child Abuse background check
Position will remain open until filled.  Interested candidates should submit an online application. Questions can be directed to HROffice@hempfieldsd.org.
EOE

 

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR, EMOTIONAL SUPPORT (ELEMENTARY)
Montgomery County Intermediate Unit
I.U. 23 Montgomery Co. 
To Apply: 
To view additional information or to apply, please visit: www.mciu.org/jobs.
Questions? Please contact jobs@mciu.org.
Deadline: Open until filled
About the Position: A vacancy exists for a Program Administrator – Emotional Support (Elementary) in the Office of Student Services at the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit at The Early Learning Academy.  The Program Administrator – Emotional Support (Elementary) will supervise Emotional Support classrooms at the Early Learning Academy.  The Program Administrator – Emotional Support (Elementary) is responsible for day-to-day operations, including the development of procedures and processes for ensuring The Early Learning Academy operates successfully.  This position will provide leadership in the development of programs that meet the needs of students from various backgrounds, including students who have experienced school failure, students identified as in need of special education and students with severe behavioral and emotional challenges. This position will also maintain the best interest of students and provide high quality customer service to school districts.
Qualifications
  • Advanced Degree in education or related field.
  • Valid PA Supervisory Level Certificate in appropriate field of expertise and/or a valid PA Elementary or Secondary Principal.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of certified professional experience in appropriate field.
  • Experience in the areas of curriculum, program, and professional development; technology experience helpful.
  • Comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of state and federal laws and guidelines regarding special education.
  • Experience in de-escalation, crisis prevention and crisis response.
  • Specialized training in all areas of special education with experience working within mental health and community based agencies and prior success in creating evidenced based and fiscally sound programs for special education.Salary
Salary:
$118,919/year - $135,135/year




DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
Hempfield
I.U. 13 – Lancaster Co.
To Apply:  Online
Deadline: Open until filled
About the Position: Plan, operate, and evaluate special education programs in accordance with state and federal regulations and laws to meet the special education needs of students and schools.  Provide leadership and supervision to the administrative, instructional, and support staff relative to special education policies, procedures, and programs.
Position Information: Full-Time with benefits, 8 hours/day, 261 days/year, Minimum Salary of $110,540  (Salary will be determined based on experience
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
-Plan, develop, and evaluate the programs to provide the highest quality of services in the most efficient manner to students, parents, and all professional staff involved in special education.
  • Observe and evaluate professional and support staff within specific programs associated with special education.
  • Work closely with administrators to provide in-service training, communication regarding student records, updated information regarding student placements, maintenance of Child Count data regarding special education students and gifted students, and support the development of inclusion activities throughout the district.
  • Assess personnel needs within the special education program and assist with the recruiting, interviewing, and assignment of personnel.
  • Assess and monitor specific budget needs and submit an annual report to the Assistant Superintendent.
  • Assess staff development needs and assist in the development and implementation of professional development activities for special education.
  • Participate in, and contribute to, professional activities, conferences, and forums to promote the public’s understanding of the district special education programs and the needs of exceptional students.
  • Act as the LEA for all students attending IU operated classes in the district and all students placed in programs outside the district.
  • Provide induction training, in coordination with the district administration team, relative to special education policies, procedures, and forms.
  • Serve as a member of the district comprehensive planning committee and lead in the development of the special education plan and prepare the required state reports for special education services.
  • Develop a procedure for ensuring Early Intervention students’ transition into the appropriate educational placement for all students.
  • Conduct department meetings.
  • Provide oversight of due process and conduct investigations, attend various level hearings, work with district counsel to prepare testimony, and testify in court with any due process cases
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent.
Qualifications:  Five (5) to ten (10) years’ experience in teaching in special education or in the related field, Pennsylvania Special Education Supervisory certification required, Master’s degree in special education or related field is required, Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent and Board may find appropriate and acceptable 
Required Documents:  Current PA Criminal History background check, Current Federal Criminal (FBI) background check, Current Child Abuse background check
Position will remain open until filled.  Interested candidates should submit an online application. Questions can be directed to HROffice@hempfieldsd.org.
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DIRECTOR OF CORE ENRICHMENT
Allentown City

I.U. 21 – Lehigh Co.
To Apply: Online   
Deadline: Open until filled
About the Position:
Will create a vision for enrichment of a comprehensive enrichment program. Opportunity for a leader with broad interests and skills in team building, academics, arts (dance, theatre, physical education, art, world languages), athletics, and maker’s spaces creation and implementation. Will provide academic enrichment programs, professional development, and support to teachers to integrate the enrichment into core curriculum. Qualifications: Master's Degree in the area(s) of Supervisory or Curriculum and Supervision; Bachelor’s Degree in education and/or other related arts field of study and hold a valid and current Pennsylvania Instructional II Elementary or Secondary Teaching Certificate; minimum of five (5) years of successful teaching experience and three (3) years of administrative experience including a combination of school-level and district-level. See the district website for more details.
 


DIRECTOR OF LITERACY
Allentown City

I.U. 21 – Lehigh Co.
To Apply: Online    
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:

Directs, administers, and coordinates the activities of the district in support of policies, goals, and objectives related primarily to communications, legal activities conducted by the district, and government relations in support of the mission, vision, and strategic established by the superintendent and school board. Salary Range: $105,750 - $148,050. Comprehensive benefits package. Qualifications: an appropriate valid and current Pennsylvania Instructional II and Supervisory and/or Principal Certificate; Master's Degree with Course Work in curriculum and instruction; five years of successful public school teaching experience. Click here for more details about the position and position requirements.

 

ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL (anticipated)
Allentown

I.U. 21 – Lehigh Co.
To Apply: Online    
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:

Provides a clear vision for learning for all students; ensure a safe, secure and orderly learning environment; and cultivate strong relationships with, and acts in service to, diverse stakeholders, including families and communities. Anticipated opening for the 2022-23 school year. Salary range: $105,750 - $148,050. Comprehensive benefits package. Qualifications: Master’s degree with a major in educational leadership, educational supervision, or a related field; valid and active PA Certification as an Elementary Principal; five (5) or more years’ experience in public education, including secondary or elementary school instruction; experience in urban administration preferred. Click here for more details about the position and position requirements.