Administrative Vacancies

Superintendent Search

Aleutians East Borough School District 

Sand Point, Alaska

The seven-member Board of Education of the Aleutians East Borough School District is conducting a search for a Superintendent. The board is especially interested in applicants with outstanding central office and/or school level administrative experience. Candidates should have successful experience working with diverse communities, deploying resources strategically, and an appreciation and desire for rural living. The new superintendent is expected to begin work on July 1, 2023.

A salary range of $120,000-130,000 with an attractive benefits package is being offered to the successful candidate. A housing stipend and district vehicle are also provided.

The Board of Education recognizes that selecting the superintendent is one of the most important decisions it will make and is seeking a candidate that can help the Board meet its established mission and achieve a quality education for all students in attendance.

The district’s mission is: The Aleutians East Borough School District will provide a quality education; skills and opportunities to meet all students’ needs; encouraging life-long learning through committed community involvement within a safe environment.

The Board is committed to a selection process that is fair and open to all qualified candidates. Priority will be given to candidates whose experience and background closely matches the following characteristics.

Candidates who do not possess an Alaska Type B certificate with a superintendent endorsement should begin the process in order to be considered for this position.

Application Process

The Association of Alaska School Boards uses an online application system. Please visit the Association’s website at https://aasb.org/superintendent/ for more information about this search and guidance on applying through the Revelus online application system (aasb.myrevelus.com).

 

Bristol Bay Borough School District

Naknek, Alaska

The Association of Alaska School Boards (AASB) is facilitating a superintendent search for the Board of Education of the Bristol Bay Borough School District. The School District is located in Southwestern Alaska at the head of Kvichak (KWEE-jak) Bay, an arm of the larger Bristol Bay. The district is positioned in one of Alaska's most breathtaking regions and serves 114 students.

The Board is offering an annual salary in the range of $130,000-$135,000 DOE. In addition, a health insurance benefits package that is available to all other district employees is provided. The Board offers professional membership dues, a life insurance stipend, an annual travel stipend, and a negotiated moving expense reimbursement.

Applications are sought from those candidates with successful experience as a superintendent, principal, or central office administrator in a uniquely close community. The Board is seeking a candidate dedicated to providing an education that engages students, maintains high academic proficiency, and prepares them well for any post-secondary educational opportunity. The new superintendent is expected to start employment on July 1, 2023.

Candidates who do not possess an Alaska Type B certificate with a superintendent endorsement should begin the process in order to be considered for this position.

Application Process

The Association of Alaska School Boards uses an online application system. Interested candidates should complete and submit an online application found at aasb.myrevelus.com. No “hard copy,” faxed, or emailed submissions will be accepted. Please visit the Association’s website at aasb.org/superintendent for more information about this search and guidance on applying through the Revelus online application system.

 

Fairbanks North Star Borough School District 

The salary will be the range of $210,000.00 to $230,000.00. The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications and meeting Board criteria.

MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to provide an excellent, equitable education in a safe, supportive environment so all students will succeed and contribute to a diverse and changing society.

CORE VALUES
Student-Centered: Center everything we do on the student and student learning.
Respect: Embody respect for the diversity and dignity of all.
Safe Environment: Strive to provide a safe learning environment.
High Expectations: Maintain high expectations and educational opportunities to inspire high achievement.
Collaborative: Actively collaborate with students, family, and community to support student success.
Innovative: Aim to be innovative and adaptive to student needs.

Click here to apply and for more information

 

Nome Public Schools

http://www.nomeschools.org/

Assistant Superintendent/Human Resources Director 

REPORTS TO:                       Superintendent

DATE of DESCRIPTION:      November 29, 2022

JOB CLASSIFICATION:       Certified Administrator

SCHEDULE:                           260 contract days

SALARY:                                $105,903+ DOE (Certified)

GOAL AND SCOPE OF POSITION: Responsible for planning, coordinating and supervising human resource functions to enhance the morale of District personnel, support the Superintendent in district initiatives, promote the overall efficiency of the District, and contribute to a positive district culture through employee and community relations.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Master’s Degree or higher, with degrees in either human resources, business, or education. Alaska Type B administrative certification required; holding or working on Superintendent endorsement preferred.
  2. Successful experience working in human resources activities, combined with significant site or central office administrative experience (3 years or more). Preference given to documented experience in recruiting/hiring/onboarding, human resource/capital management, benefits administration, compensation and wage structure, labor negotiations, employment law, equity/diversity work, administrative responsibilities including employee supervision and evaluation, Title IX responsibilities, etc. for 3 or more years.
  3. Preference given to experience in rural districts.
  4. Significant knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and Adobe Acrobat or similar programs required; possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  5. Ability to work with a wide variety of personality types, demonstrates sound emotional judgement, strong organizational skills, detail-oriented.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provides leadership in the development and operational effectiveness of district human resource/capital policies, processes and procedures.
  2. Conducts Human Resources functions in accordance to local, state and federal regulations, School Board Policy, collective bargaining agreements and approved business practices.Prepares/updates standard operating procedures for Human Resources functions.  Prepares personnel reports for the School Board for ratification/approval.
  3. Oversees the recruitment process for all district employees, including advertising position openings, preparing for and attending virtual and in-person job fairs both in and out-of-state, developing recruiting materials, maintaining the district’s application platform(s), background and reference checks, and monitoring applicants throughout the recruitment and hiring process to ensure accurate paperwork is completed and support regarding teacher certification is provided as needed.
  4. Maintains certified, classified and temporary employee files, including hiring/termination documents, evaluations, extra duty contracts, correspondence, etc. in both paper and electronic formats.Ensures confidentiality of records in accordance with Board Policy and collective bargaining agreements. 
  5. Works with new hires providing training on policies, forms, procedures, evaluation processes, etc. during the onboarding process.Supports new hires in orientation process to new community, including support for housing, transportation, etc.
  6. Reviews/updates job descriptions and other HR forms and documents.Prepares contracts for certified staff and annualized agreements for classified staff. 
  7. Coordinates and oversees cultural professional development opportunities for staff, including Culture Camp, UAF-Northwest Campus Cultural Knowledge Credential, etc.
  8. Supervises administrative and classified personnel as assigned to provide direction, support, evaluation and recommendations.
  9. Ensures consistent and fair implementation of disciplinary action, dismissal, grievance investigation, suspension, reduction in force, recall, plans of improvement, and evaluations in accordance with collective bargaining agreements and Board policy.
  10. Assists the superintendent in community and staff relations, operations management, policy development, etc. Acts for the superintendent in his/her absence and serves on district committees as requested. Assists with labor negotiations, grievance investigation and hearings, and development of memoranda of agreements.
  11. Participates in the development of the district budget.Coordinates preparation of reports to be submitted to the Department of Education and Early Development as required.
  12. Acts as the District’s Title IX Coordinator.
  13. Performs other duties as assigned by Superintendent.

 NOME PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

Pelican City School District 

The Pelican City School District is seeking to hire a .25 FTE (65 days) Superintendent for the 2023-2024 school year. 45 days are to be on-site during school days. 1 travel day each trip will count as an on-site service day.

The superintendent will be responsible for working directly with the PCSD Board of Education. He/She will manage the budget, complete all DEED paperwork, supervise/evaluate certified staff, complete and manage all state and federal grant programs, lead the development of contracted services, maintain the facilities and ensure that all maintenance reports are completed on time.

Applications are sought from those candidates with successful experience as a superintendent or principal. The Board is seeking a candidate dedicated to providing an enriching and excellent education, that actively engages students, families, and whenever possible the community for the success of all students. The new superintendent is expected to start employment on July 1, 2023. The superintendent is to be on-site 9 times during the school year.

Pelican is located on the northwest part of Chichagof Island. Pelican City School has a very smallstudent population and employs 4 staff members. Financial services are provided by Birchwood Professional Services LLC.

To Apply: Send letter of application, current resume, three recent letters of recommendation, 3 references (one must be a recent supervisor) to:

Gunnar Combs

Pelican School

Box 90 

Pelican, AK 99832

Or email: gcombs@pelicanschool.org

Salary: 40,000.00 - 50,000.00 depending on experience and qualifications.

Deadline to apply is March 1, 2023.