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Office hours: Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. • Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
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Job Vacancies

Position: ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: DUBLIN JEROME HIGH SCHOOL
District: DUBLIN CITY SCHOOLS
Salary: Administrative Salary Schedule
Deadline: June 30, 2016
Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree or higher in secondary educational administration.
• A minimum of 5 years of experience as a teacher or administrator.
• Valid Administrator’s Certificate required.


Contact:
Apply Online: http://www.dublinschools.net/administrative.aspx
• Complete the online application including at least six references with contact information.

Contact with questions: Bryan Buoni by email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)



Position: ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: NORTH UNION LOCAL SCHOOLS
District: NORTH UNION LOCAL SCHOOLS
Salary: Pay Range: $79,035 - $88,198
Deadline: July 1, 2016
Qualifications:
Qualifications for Position: Ohio High School Principal License
Contact:
Qualified and Interested Candidates, please Apply at http://www.nunion.k12.oh.us/Employment.aspx


Position: PRINCIPAL; GROVE CITY HIGH SCHOOL
District: South-Western City Schools
Salary: Competitive
Deadline: July 1, 2016
Qualifications:
Start Date: July 18, 2016
1. A master's degree or higher
2. A valid State of Ohio Principal's Certificate.
3. At least eight years successful experience as a teacher, supervisor, and/or administrator.
4. Five years experience as a high school principal preferred.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Curriculum and Instruction

1. Supports and implements the district strategic planning initiatives

2. Collaboratively develops, implements, monitors, and evaluates the school’s Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) with the Site Steering Committee (SSC), ensuring alignment with district goals

3. Leads the development of action plans to reach school and district goals as outlined in the CIP

4. Plans and facilitates a comprehensive professional development program for staff, in cooperation with Site Steering Committee and in alignment with the building and district CIP goals

5. Promotes articulation of instruction between schools and grade levels to ensure the core curriculum is being implemented with fidelity throughout the system

6. Supports and leads the implementation and delivery of a teacher-based team and building-based team approach to better deliver and monitor student growth and achievement

7. Implements the teacher evaluation system as adopted by the Board of Education to ensure content standards are being taught and instructional strategies that lead to student growth and achievement are implemented by teachers

8. Ensures the development and implementation of programs that provides intervention , remediation, and acceleration for students (e.g., RTI, PBIS, etc.)

9. Directs and coordinates Special Education and ESL programs in the building

10. Establishes and chairs a Site Steering Committee in conjunction with the SWEA Representative

11. Supervises local, state, and national assessment administration, policies and procedures

12. Directs and supports the creation of a master schedule for the school that reflects the values, philosophies and goals of the building

13. Implements policies and regulations adopted by the Board of Education

14. Motivates, inspires, and engages staff to develop and use a variety of teaching and learning strategies to improve instruction and learning

15. Participates in school and district committees and leadership teams

Staff Personnel

1. Works with the Director of Human Resources and the Executive Director for High Schools in the selection, placement, performance and evaluation of staff, including making contract recommendations when appropriate

2. Assists classified staff in the performance of their duties by developing work schedules and time lines as well as establishing and enforcing standards

3. Assists staff members in the writing and implementation of professional goals and objectives

4. Supervises the functions of the athletic director and organization advisors to assure implementation of co-curricular and extra-curricular programs

Students

1. Develops and maintains a comprehensive pupil personnel program to meet the needs of students, including, but not limited to services such as: permanent records, attendance records, tests, disciplinary records, etc.

2. Utilizes district-wide services such as the nurse, psychologist, speech and hearing therapist, etc., in meeting the needs of students`

3. Directs the guidance services in the building to promote and support students’ intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being

4. Assumes and/or designates the role of case manager, and coordinates pre-assessment, post-assessment and IEP conferences in compliance with Public Law 93-142

5. Plans, interprets, and administers school conduct and discipline procedures that are consistent with Board policy

6. Provides for adequate supervision at all interscholastic and extracurricular events.


Finance and Business Management

1. Directs the development of the annual budget proposal for the building, ensuring the budget aligns with the needs and goals of the building and are consistent with district policies and guidelines

2. Administers the internal accounting systems for the building, including the collection of fines, rentals and activity accounting

3. Approves all purchases and payments from the school's activity account and is responsible for its administration

4. Requisitions all equipment and materials necessary for instruction

5. Administers and supervises the district inventory processes

6. Plans and implements programs and procedures for the health, emergency, safety, and welfare of students and staff in the building

Physical Facilities

1. Provides for an ongoing program of building and grounds maintenance, cleanliness and minor repair to facilitate the instructional program as well as providing for the health and safety of students and staff

2. Enforces the building use policy as established by the Board of Education

3. Reports the need for special maintenance to Property Services

4. Assists in the control of traffic, and supervises students during drop off and pick up times

School-Community Relations

1. Develops a school-community information and public relations program which provides information relating to the school, its program, purposes and philosophy

2. Utilizes various adult organizations, such as the PTA, Athletic Boosters, Band Boosters, etc., mass media and individual citizens within the community for development of school-community relations

3. Provides a calendar of events and activities related to school-community

4. Provides for parent-teacher conferences.

Miscellaneous

1. Performs such other duties relative to the position as may be requested by the immediate supervisor, superintendent, or his/her designee.

Contact:
Send resume to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) AND apply online at http://www.swcsd.us; click on employment; click on Administrative
Questions, contact Cathy Pack 614-801-3058 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Position: ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: PERKINS HIGH SCHOOL
District: PERKINS LOCAL SCHOOLS
Salary:
Deadline: July 6, 2016
Qualifications:
• Valid certification/licensure pursuant to current requirements of the State of Ohio Department of Education.
• Experience as an instructional leader at the High School level.

Contact:
How to Apply:
Interested applicants should visit our Applitrack website at
https://www.applitrack.com/perkinsschools/onlineapp and complete the online application




Position: HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING ADMINISTRATOR:  LORAIN CITY SCHOOLS
District: LORAIN CITY SCHOOLS
Salary: 227 Day Contract
Actual salary will be commensurate with the education and experience of the candidate, based upon the current salary grid defined in the Lorain Administrators’ Association / Lorain City School District Board of Education Negotiated Agreement (LAA/LCS).
Deadline: July 15, 2016
Qualifications:
High School Building Administrator at the NEW Lorain High School within the Lorain City School District (9th – 12th grades).

REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must possess a currently-valid administrative (Principal 5-12) license/certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), and must have a minimum of 3 - 5 years of experience as a building principal (or assistant principal).

Contact:
HOW TO APPLY (on AppliTrack System through the LCS website):
To be considered for this position, qualified, interested candidates should visit the Lorain City Schools website at http://www.lorainschools.org (select Departments, then select Human Resources from Department Directory, then select Online Job Postings and Applications), follow the prompts to complete and submit the online application, along with your resume, reference letters, license/certificate information, transcripts, etc. (direct link to application page: http://www.applitrack.com/lorain/onlineapp/default.aspx ).

DISTRICT CONTACT INFORMATION:
Faith L. Palmucci
Associate Director of Human Resources
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone (HR Dept.): 440-830-4010



Position: PRINCIPAL: ANTHONY WAYNE HIGH SCHOOL
District: ANTHONY WAYNE LOCAL SCHOOLS
Salary: Salary and benefit package will be commensurate with the education and experience of the candidate.
Contract: 231 Days
Deadline: July 29, 2016
Qualifications:
This person serves as the school’s head administrator and instructional leader for the building.
He/She assumes responsibility for the organization, administration and supervision of all programs and personnel within the building.
Must demonstrate leadership skills such that the principal’s role is a positive force in the on-going educational program and life of the school.
Must possess demonstrated leadership ability, strong collaboration, communication, problem solving, and interpersonal skills, and strong instructional knowledge.
Must have strong knowledge of staff development, student assessment, and instructional improvement.
Prefer candidate to have successful teaching/administrative experience at the secondary level.
Must hold a valid Ohio Principal/Assistant Superintendent/Superintendent certificate or license.
Contact:
Mr. Kevin Herman, Assistant Superintendent
Anthony Wayne Local Schools
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419-877-5377

How to Apply:
Interested applicants should visit our website at http://www.anthonywayneschools.org and complete the online application which can be found under Employment Opportunities.





Position: ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: NORTH OLMSTED HIGH SCHOOL
District: NORTH OLMSTED CITY SCHOOLS
Salary: Competitive Administrative Salary Schedule
204 days per year
Deadline: July 29, 2016
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications:
• Administrative experience preferable
• Knowledge of Special Education programming for moderate/intensive students
• Knowledge of ELL Programming
• OTES credentialed
• Strong communication skills and proven ability to build positive relationships with staff, students, and families
• Professional Educator License

Contact:
Applicants should submit letter of interest and resume to:

Michael F. Diamond
Director of Human Resources
27425 Butternut Ridge Road
North Olmsted, Ohio 44070
Phone: 440.779.3550
Fax: 440.779.3505



Position: PRINCIPAL: WESTERVILLE SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
District: WESTERVILLE CITY SCHOOLS
Salary: 12 Month Administrator Contract (260 days)
Deadline: July 29, 2016
Qualifications:
A minimum of a Master’s Degree and valid certification/licensure pursuant to current requirements of the State of Ohio Department of Education.
Proven experience as an instructional leader at the High School level.


Contact:
Applications for this position will be received from May 24, 2016, until the position is filled.
All applications will be processed online through AppliTrack.
Visit the district’s AppliTrack page at http://www.applitrack.com/wcsoh/onlineapp to review additional job posting information and complete an application.
Questions regarding the position and/or search process may be directed to Steve Mazzi, Director of Human Resources Licensed Staff, 614-797-5738; .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

VIEW THE BROCHURE HERE: WSHS.pdf
VIEW MORE DETAILS HERE: WSHS_Principal.pdf


Position: HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL:  LORAIN HS
District: LORAIN CITY SCHOOLS
Salary: Salary and benefit package will be commensurate with the education and experience of the candidate
Deadline: July 31, 2016
Qualifications:
START DATE: August 1, 2016 for the 2016/17 school year (August 1st – July 31st annual contract year)

SUMMARY OF JOB: High School Building Administrator at the NEW Lorain High School within the Lorain City School District (9th – 12th grades).

REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must possess a currently-valid administrative/principal license/certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), and must have seven (7) or more years of related teaching and administrative experience. Further details provided on the job description included with the job posting on the LCS website (see “How to Apply” below).

HOW TO APPLY (on AppliTrack System through the LCS website):
To be considered for this position, qualified, interested candidates should visit the Lorain City Schools website at http://www.lorainschools.org (select Departments, then select Human Resources from Department Directory, then select Online Job Postings and Applications), follow the prompts to complete and submit the online application, along with your resume, reference letters, license/certificate information, transcripts, etc. (direct link to application page: http://www.applitrack.com/lorain/onlineapp/default.aspx ).

Contact:
Faith L. Palmucci
Associate Director of Human Resources
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone (HR Dept.): 440-830-4010



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