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Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln Nebraska, is accepting applications for the following administrator position:
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Apply at https://lpsrecruiting.lps.org
Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled. Vacancy posting closes March 8, 2017.
Lincoln Public Schools is a district of nearly 41,000 students PreK-12 and 7,500+ employees. For further school district information, please visit our website at www.lps.org
Dr. Eric Weber, Associate Superintendent for Human Resources
PO Box 82889
Lincoln, Nebraska 68501
FAX (402) 436-1620
All positions subject to a Veterans Preference
Equal Opportunity Employer
Gering Public Schools is currently accepting applications for a K-6 Elementary School Principal position beginning with the 2017-2018 academic year. GPS is a progressive school district that provides an exclusive curriculum to develop the academic, personal, and social skills of all students as they maximize their individual potential.
Applicants should have or be eligible for proper certification or licensure through the Nebraska Department of Education. Salary and benefits are based on the administrative salary structure. For more information on our district and to apply please complete the online application at www.geringschools.net. This position is subject to veteran’s preference. EOE
The Chambers Public School, Chambers, Nebraska, Board of Education, is seeking a highly qualified and fully certified Superintendent/Principal. The Board wishes to have the successful candidate assume the responsibilities of the position July 1, 2017.
McPherson & Jacobson, L.L.C., Executive Recruitment and Development has been engaged as the consultant in a search for outstanding candidates. They will assist the board of education in identifying and screening the candidates.
Location: 80 miles west of Norfolk
The candidate must have the background, skills, and abilities essential for excellence in educational leadership. The board recognizes that selecting a Superintendent/Principal is one of the most important decisions it will make. The Board has drawn the following desired characteristics from the responses provided during the input process:
• A strong leader who earns respect by helping establish and maintain a well-disciplined and structured learning environment
• Able to develop and maintain an efficient budget that meets students’ needs while being fiscally responsible to our local patrons
• An involved school and community leader who embraces the opportunities and challenges of living in a rural community
• An effective communicator who is trustworthy, honest, and ethical
• A progressive instructional leader who will continue to enhance 21st Century learning opportunities for our students
• Closing date for applications: March 6, 2017 (11:30 p.m. central time)
• Board of Education selects finalists to interview: March 20, 2017
• Interviews with the Board of Education: March 23, 2017
• Selection of new Superintendent/Principal: March 27, 2017
• Start date: July 1, 2017
General Summary: Administers the District's non-education programs, including those that support the District's educational programs and services, under the general direction of the Superintendent and in accordance with board policies and rules.
Position start date; July 2017
Salary - Minimum of $134,605
Benefits - Eligible for up to 90% Paid Family Health (up to 100% paid in second year with participation in District Wellness Program), Single Dental, Long Term Disability, $100,000 Life Insurance, On-Call Cell Phone Stipend, 20 Vacation Days, 15 Personal Illness Days, and 10 Paid Holidays
I. Education Level: A doctoral degree from an approved institution with a major in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is preferred. A six-year specialist degree in educational administration or the accepted equivalent is required.
II. Certification or Licensure: Appropriate Nebraska administrative certificate or Juris Doctorate required.
III. Experience desired: Five years of successful experience in educational administration is preferred. Three years of successful experience in administration is required.
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