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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, 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: October 26, 2020

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
New Foundations Charter School

Philadelphia
To Apply: Online application only 
Deadline: 11/15/20
Contact for Information: Natalie Kalish, Human Resources Manager, nkalish@newfoundations.org 
About the Position:
Prominent, diverse public charter school serving approx. 1,500 students in grades K-12 in Northeast Philadelphia. The CEO will lead the New Foundations Charter School, its teachers, staff, students, parents, and community in identifying, setting, and meeting the highest standards of excellence, and in implementing the programs and strategies necessary to achieve those high standards so that each student will realize his/her full potential. Qualifications: Master's degree, its equivalent, or a higher degree with a record of academic achievement; possess valid Pennsylvania certification as a building administrator or certificate of eligibility; possess a minimum of ten years of prior experience in K-12 education, at least two of which were in a leadership role. Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits; committed to pay equity. CLICK HERE for more details. 

PRINCIPAL
Westinghouse Arts Academy 

I.U. 3 – Allegheny Co.
To Apply: Submit information through the school website or send resume/CV and cover letter to employment@westinghousearts.org.
Deadline: 12/1/20
About the Position:

Seeking a talented Principal for the upcoming 2020-21 school year. School provides students with superior academic and arts education in the following areas: Dance, Theatre, Music, Studios Arts, Digital Arts, and Literary Arts. Operating under a Charter School agreement with East Allegheny School District, Approximately 300 students coming from nearly 40 home school districts. Ideal candidate will have a Pennsylvania Administrative/Principal certification and a PA Teaching certification in one of the above referenced arts fields. Other significant experience in the arts may be considered in addition to the Principal certification. Responsible for oversight of the educational program, including the motivation and supervision of instructional and certified staff, oversight of curriculum and instruction, and student conduct and attendance. In collaboration with the CEO, the Principal implements the vision, executes the mission, and sets the school climate. Other duties: collaborate with the CEO on strategic planning efforts; provide reports and materials as needed to the Board of Trustees; analyze academic and school performance data to drive decision making; set instructional goals; continually evaluate educational programs to ensure students' academic, artistic, and social-emotional needs are being met; supervise faculty and certified professional staff; complete periodic evaluations as required by law and the direction of the CEO; communicate regularly with families, ensuring they are kept involved with and held accountable for their children's performance, and correspond about school policies, trips, and events; respond to family concerns promptly and effectively; foster a culture of artistic and academic excellence, personal responsibility, and collaboration among students, staff, and administration. See more on the school website.  

BUSINESS MANAGER 
Pottsville Area

I.U. 29 – Schuylkill Co.
To Apply: Candidates who email their cover letter and detailed resume to Tom Templeton, founder of TEMPLETON Advantage, Inc., will receive additional instructions in the process.  The email address is tom@templetonadvantage.com
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:

District with 2,500 students, $39 million budget. The District believes that all students are entitled to reach their highest potential through defined standards and differentiated instruction to encourage continuous achievement, personal responsibility, hard work and self-discipline.  Therefore, the district is seeking an innovative business administrator who will contribute to this effort by providing leadership in all district business functions.  The district seeks a dynamic individual who exhibits: demonstrated financial management and leadership in a school or business organization;  proven skills in budget preparation, auditing, finance, human resources, investments, insurance, purchasing, payroll/benefits, administration and school operations; exceptional interpersonal and teamwork skills; and strong computer, analytical and supervisory skills. Full-time 12-month position.  Salary dependent on level of education and experience. Candidates with a degree in Business Administration or Accounting required, MBA/CPA, and/or related field experience in school business operations preferred.  Starting date to be mutually agreed to by the successful candidate and the school district.  EOE.  

DIRECTOR OF DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION
Downingtown Area

I.U. 24 – Chester Co.
To Apply: See the online job posting information for the application link.  
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:
Position available immediately. Plan, direct, coordinate, assist and is the internal consultant to the superintendent, assistant superintendent, executive leadership team, and principals regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion matters concerning staff, students, and families. Assists schools in addressing the needs of students and families from historically marginalized backgrounds. Provides coordination, consultation, guidance, support, and assistance to schools in working and communicating with parents and families. Ensures equity in our policies, practices, and procedures. Serves as a liaison to outside agencies in the areas of equity, diversity and inclusion and best practices in the areas of culturally relevant pedagogy and practice. Assists in furthering the diversity goals of the district. Qualifications: graduate degree in related fields required. (psychology, human resources, school counseling, multi-cultural education, social work, organizational development, communications, etc.): extensive knowledge and understanding of issues and concerns of historically marginalized groups; understanding of issues and concerns of a variety of groups; ability to establish credibility, relate effectively, and gain the trust of others; ability to interact effectively with and provide guidance to staff, students, parents/guardians, and community members; skill at negotiating and consensus building to support administrative decisions and programs; exceptional oral and written communication skills; detail-oriented with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills; ability to efficiently manage time and a variety of responsibilities; knowledge of data privacy practices and laws, PA school code, EEOC, IDEA, Title IX, and related regulations in the field of education; ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, and administrators to develop and implement uses of educational best practices in the area of diversity. More details found on the district website: http://www.dasd.org. The following must be completed before an offer for employment is made: PA required clearances, Act 168 Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Disclosure Release Form(s).

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT 
Camp Hill 

I.U. 15 – Cumberland Co.
To Apply: Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and three letters of reference to Peggy Curran-Hays, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, pcurranhays@camphillsd.k12.pa.us.
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:

Reports to CHSD Business Manager. To supervise the implementation and direction of an effective human resources program for all employees of the district and recommend updates to the district policy manual. Administer all aspects of human resources including: recruitment, staffing, new hire employment requirements, personnel policies, regulatory compliance, benefits administration, leaves, compensation, and workers compensation and employee relations. Maintain and recommend new policies and updates to current policies within the district policy manual. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or Business Management required. Minimum of five (5) years prior experience in Human Resources leadership preferred. Prior experience in PA K-12 public schools preferred. Knowledge of and experience implementing local, state, and federal laws affecting the human resources function (ACA, ADAA, FMLA, HIPAA, UC, WC, etc.) required. For more details on this position, click here

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Upper St. Clair Twp.

I.U. 3 – Allegheny Co.
To Apply: Online 
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:
High-ranking school district in both PA and Allegheny County. Immediate opening.  Will have overall instructional and administrative leadership responsibilities, including ensuring the safety/welfare of students/staff; overseeing day-to-day building operations; recruiting of and providing professional development of staff; overseeing the school budget; and ensuring avid stewardship of district equipment and supplies.  Will continue leading the efforts of the school as an authorized International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program school. Will supervise approximately 45 professional and classified personnel.  Responsible for the safety and security of approximately 500 students. Qualifications: Bachelor and Masters degree in education required; Doctorate preferred; minimum of three years administrative supervisory experience required (building level and/or central office); elementary principal experience strongly preferred. Skills: effective leadership capabilities, strong interpersonal and relationship building skills, exemplary verbal and written communication skills, timely and decisive decision-making abilities, and excellent organizational skills. Requires valid PA teaching certification, PA Principal certification.

LEARNING CENTER SITE ADMINISTRATOR
York Learning Center - Lincoln I.U. 12

York Co.
To Apply: Visit the I.U. website to apply. 
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:
Plan, operate and evaluate special programs in accordance with the Commonwealth’s Special Education Plan for children whose exceptionalities are set forth in Pennsylvania Special Education Specific Standards and lead activities to sustain a positive learning environment within the Learning Center. Qualifications: position requires Pennsylvania certification as Principal K-12; Master’s degree in Education required; successful classroom teaching experience required; minimum of 5 years of job-related administrative experience required; successful experience in customer relations; experience in Special Education preferred. Full-time, 260 days. Act 93 contract. Competitive benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, tuition reimbursement and paid time off.

SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPERVISOR
Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21

To apply: Online  
Deadline: Until Filled
Contact: recruiter@cliu.org

About the Position:
Responsible for the supervision of teachers and professional staff, preparing and maintaining ongoing instructional programs and supportive services. PDE Supervisor of Special Education Certification is preferred; will consider PDE Principal or dual Principal/Special Education Certification consideration; 3 years special education supervisory experience preferred. Must be adept in program planning/development, knowledge of Federal and State regulations and standards, performance evaluations, interviewing/hiring, records/data management. Excellent managerial, interpersonal, and problem solving skills required.

TRUST MANAGER
Lincoln Benefit Trust - Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12

Adams Co.
To Apply: Online    
Deadline: until filled
About the Position:
Lincoln Benefit Trust is a Pennsylvania School District led consortium formed in 1979 dedicated to providing value-based health care purchasing initiatives to Pennsylvania public school districts. Responsible for providing leadership and direction to the overall operation of trust.  Individual will bring vision, creativity and strong communication skills to the position. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required, graduate or professional degree preferred; job-related experience within specialized field, preferred; executive management skills and a background in health administration with strong strategic decision-making and fiscal management experience; must have knowledge of accounting principles and demonstrate an understanding of health administration; experience in health plan benefit administration and self-funded plans, preferred; supervisory experience of 5-8 years, required. Full-time (260 days). Act 93 position. Salary based on education and experience and will be determined by LBT Board of Trustees. Click here for more information about the position and qualifications.