Seabrook Elementary 



Closing Date-August 29, 2014

Principal


Seabrook Elementary School, located on the seacoast of New Hampshire, is a public school with a professional staff offering quality education and is seeking a dynamic Administrator to lead its 435+ students, PreK-4 elementary school.  The successful candidate should bring a strong ability to motivate, supervise and evaluate staff.  Excellent written and verbal skills are critical.

 

To apply, review job posting and job description, please go to:

School Administrative Unit 21 - AppliTrack Recruitment

 

 

 

 

Fall Mt. Regional School District



Please apply online at sau60.org

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT


Reports To:                     Superintendent

 

Terms of Employment:  260/261 days per year.

 

Qualifications:

  • A Master's degree or higher from an accredited college or university with a major in educational administration.
  • Graduate work beyond the Master’s degree preferred.
  • A background in Central Office administration such as curriculum/ instruction, supervision and personnel administration, special education and fiscal responsibility.
  • Valid New Hampshire Superintendent's or Assistant Superintendent certification or proof of eligibility.
  • A combination of at least ten (10) years of successful experience in teaching and school administration.
  • Proven ability to maintain effective working relationships with others.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with educational technology.
  • Required criminal history background check and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status 
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the School Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

 

Supervises:

  • Director of Special Education
  • Director of Preschool Program
  • Director of Technology
  • Title I Coordinator
  • Media Specialists

 

Evaluation: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Administrative Personnel

 

 Job Goal:

The Assistant Superintendent assists the superintendent and provides the leadership necessary to ensure the provision of the best practices for educational opportunities for all students.  The Assistant Superintendent must demonstrate the ability to team build and provide suitable leadership and administrative skills; coordinate and supervise the operation of the personnel function in such a way as to enhance the morale of school personnel; promote the overall efficiency of the school system and maximize the educational opportunities and benefits available to each individual child; to recruit and retain highly qualified certificated and classified personnel of a sufficient caliber of excellence as to insure consistently high educational benefits to each student in the public schools and to comply with state and federal regulations.

Performance Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development, supervision and evaluation of district programs
  • Assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation of instructional programs
  • Assist in the development of a district wide professional development plan
  • Work with administrators, directors, principals, teachers and parents relative to educational programs
  • Attend School Board meetings
  • Supervise and assist in the development of state reports and grants
  • Be knowledgeable of curricular developments and programs
  • Advise the Superintendent on all matters concerning state and federal regulations pertaining to civil rights, 504, IEP, Title I, and FERPA regulations
  • Keeps abreast of governmental statutes, regulations, and rules relating to personnel administration, and advise interested parties of the provisions of the laws
  • Act as the coordinator for Title IX/Sexual Harassment
  • Assist in articulating to the professional staff, parents and the community-at-large the goals and objectives of the school district
  • Assume the responsibilities for administering the district in the absence of the superintendent.
  • Perform all and any duties as assigned by the Superintendent and the School Board
  • Complete NCLB grants and program evaluations
  • Complete and implement the District’s In Need of Improvement initiative
  • Responsible for coordinating programs such as Title I, Special Education, the Early Learning Center and others as assigned
  • Manage special projects as assigned by the Superintendent and School Board
  • Assist the Superintendent in supervising the district’s instructional programs and school services
  • Evaluate the operation of the schools and makes recommendations to the Superintendent for changes in policy as necessary

 

Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment:

  • Provide leadership and guidance in the process of curriculum planning and implementation and evaluation of the New Hampshire Curriculum frameworks and Grade Level Expectations
  • Build a five-year curriculum development plan.
  • Establish a curriculum development committee
  • Participate in the selection and recommendation of the adoption of all textbooks and supplementary instructional materials
  • Directly supervise the  English as a Second Language Program
  • Serve as the District Test Coordinator for all state-mandated testing and assess the district-wide standardized testing program for consistency and diagnostic value

 

Professional Development:

  • Develop and administer professional development programs for staff, based on district priorities
  • Work with the District Professional Development Committee to develop the District’s Professional Development Plan for teachers

Personnel:

  • Administer and update an effective system for the recruitment, selection, evaluation and staff development for professional personnel
  • Responsible for meeting with building principals on union concerns

 

Budget Development:

  • Assist with the preparation and administration of the instructional accounts of the annual school budget
  • Responsible for preparation and administration of the NCLB budget

 

Reporting Compliance:

  • Responsible for assisting the Superintendent in the completion any and all state reports and updates to DINI, professional staff certification and HQT
  • Responsible for developing, submitting, implementing, and monitoring the No Child Left Behind grant and all related performance reports
  • Responsible for ensuring the District’s compliance with federal and state reports for the McKinney Vento Act

 

Salary:          Commensurate with experience

 

Closing Date for Applications:  August  8, 2014

 

Please apply online at sau60.org

                                                                                                           

The Fall Mountain Regional School District insures equal employment and educational opportunities for its employees and students.  All programs, services, courses of study and activities are made available without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or disability, in compliance with federal and state law.