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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: August 13, 2020

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, Westinghouse provides services to 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. The Principal is 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 listed but are not limited to: 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.  

DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS SERVICES
Southern Lehigh 

I.U. 21 – Lehigh Co.
To Apply: Complete online application
Deadline: until filled
Contact for Information:  Mary E. Farris, Director of Human Resources, farrism@slsd.org
About the Position:
Full-time position. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated experience managing the financial affairs of a school district in compliance with pertinent laws, Pennsylvania state regulations, and local Board of Education policies. The candidate will have knowledge of proper accounting procedures for district funds in compliance with State, Federal and Generally Accepted Accounting Practices/Standards Boards (GAAP/GASB), benefits and payroll administration, school district budgeting and Act 1 compliance, investments, debt service, PlanCon processes, purchasing and procurement, tax administration, and real estate and fixed assets. The ideal candidate will have strong quantitative talents, be highly motivated and possess effective people management skills.  Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance is required, although an advanced degree preferred. Pennsylvania Registered School Business Administrator status is also preferred. District is approx. one hour north of Philadelphia and 15 minutes south of Allentown.


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.

BUDGET ANALYST
Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21

To Apply: Online 
Deadline: Until Filled
Contact: recruiter@cliu.org
About the Position:
Responsible for the planning, creating, ongoing monitoring and reporting of budget processes within a school district setting. Will work closely with principals and department directors to develop department level budgets. Other duties include, but are not limited to, monthly monitoring of revenues and expenditures to budgets, researching variances, submitting budget revisions, ensuring budgetary compliance with funding sources and final reporting to internal and external stakeholders. Qualifications: Minimum Two (2) years’ budgeting experience, preferred; Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance or Accounting related field, required; Experience with accounting software, preferred.