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Northeast Regional Positions

This page contains a listing of superintendent and other CEO vacancies in public schools out of state (Northeast/MidAtlantic region).  Vacancies and available positions listings are posted upon request and review.  PASA reserves the right not to publish an open position or to modify submitted information. 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, and application deadline. For additional out-of-state listings, try the AASA Career Center.
Last Update: October 26, 2020
For more information on these positions, send correspondence directly to the listed contacts. Openings listed in order of application deadline.

MA - Dover-Sherborn Public Schools

To Apply: Online 
Deadline: Review of applications will begin Nov. 12.
Contact for Information: Dr. Carolyn Burke/Dr. Arthur Bettencourt, Dover-Sherborn Superintendent Search, New England School Development Council, 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752; Phone: 508-481-9444; Email: search@nesdec.org
About the Position:
Anticipated start date is July 1, 2021. Historic and picturesque residential towns located 20 miles west of Boston. PK-12 public schools comprising three Massachusetts school districts and educating 2,074 students in four schools: two town-based elementary schools, a regional middle school and an acclaimed regional high school. Total FY21 operating budget of $43.5 million, allocated as follows: $10.4 million, $7 million and $26.1 million for Dover, Sherborn, and the Dover Sherborn Regional Schools respectively. Superintendent will join: an engaged and dedicated faculty and staff; students who seek a wide-range of authentic academic and creative challenges; highly supportive and involved parents and residents; a vibrant student body that increasingly includes diverse voices and perspectives reflecting our changing communities; and communities that provide resources, expertise and generous, consistent funding. Candidate must have comprehensive leadership, management and educational experience and a license or eligibility for licensure as a superintendent of schools in Massachusetts. An earned doctorate is desired, but not required. Regionally competitive salary and contract that recognizes exceptional credentials, accomplishments, and promise. EOE