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Educational Foundations & Leadership Faculty (School Administration)

Wayne State College

Wayne State College is seeking a Tenure-Track faculty member for the department of Educational Foundations & Leadership specifically School Administration.

Wayne State College is one of the most dynamic, regional public colleges in the Midwest, located in Northeast Nebraska, close to Sioux City, Iowa, and within a two-hour drive to Sioux Falls, Omaha and Lincoln. With a student population of 3,500, the college is a focal point and catalyst in Northeast Nebraska, not only for education but also for community and economic development, the arts, and cultural activity. Strong leadership, steady enrollment, a focus on student development and teaching, and several recently completed building projects attest to the College's vitality. Wayne State College offers more than 90 undergraduate majors and minors and three graduate degrees, preparing students for careers in health professions, business, education, the arts, industrial technology, and sport management. Wayne State College is a collective-bargaining institution.

Nature of Work:
Responsible for providing online instruction, scholarly activity, and service and advising in accordance with the philosophy and objectives of the College; to participate as a key member of an innovative and dynamic school administration team intent on preparing the best principals and superintendents to serve Nebraska schools and school communities.

Required Qualifications:
Education- The ideal candidate will possess a doctorate in education or an education-related field, and will be in possession of active leadership certification as a principal and/or superintendent.
Experience- The ideal candidate will have successful experience teaching at the K-12 level and has experience as a building principal.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in one or more of the following areas: instructional coach, superintendent, special education administrator, student services administrator, financial officer, curriculum coordinator, development officer, experience teaching college courses. Preferred qualifications also include current or past membership in school administration professional organizations and demonstrated experience on regional or statewide educational leadership committees.

Salary is competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Attractive and comprehensive fringe benefit package.

Examples of Work Performed:
1. Contribute to students' academic growth and development, which includes all of the following.

A. Teaching, which includes but is not limited to the following:

Have knowledge of and enthusiasm for the subject
Maintain competence in the assigned field of specialization and exhibit professional competence in the classroom, studio, or laboratory
Maintain a classroom environment conducive to learning
Maintain respect for the student and the student's posture as a learner
Organize course and subject matter to acquaint all students with the course requirements including specific objectives and methods of evaluation
Organize course presentations through short-term and long-range outcomes
Present abstract ideas and theories clearly
Conduct classroom presentations and activities utilizing methods appropriate to reach students of varying educational and experiential backgrounds and learning styles
Actively engage students in lectures, discussions, or laboratories
Coordinate handouts, video, and/or online materials, and/or articles to update course content
Incorporate new methodologies in teaching and technology into classes
Encourage student to think for themselves
Be flexible and willing to experiment
Be reliable in meeting scheduled responsibilities
Be accessible to students; post and maintain office hours
Provide regular and timely assessment of student progress
Be fair in examinations and grading
Participate in program assessment and catalog revisions
Periodically evaluate and develop new courses, where necessary, revise and update existing courses to maintain relevant and current content.

B. Advising students, which includes but is not limited to the following:

Help students plan programs of study
Provide students with advice on academic issues and career counseling
Assist in the development, implementation, and assessment of the departmental enrollment management plan, including serving directly in student recruitment, retention, and success strategies
Schedule and maintain regular office hours for student advising
Establish and maintain regular contact with advisees
Provide leadership and supervision for student activities

2. Professional achievement and continual preparation and study through scholarly and creative activity will vary according to the field, examples of which may include the following:

A. Participate in academic organizations related to teaching assignment
B. Give scholarly presentations, workshops or performances
C. Produce scholarly materials such as original or applied research, manuscripts, articles, book reviews, musical arrangements, or works of art
D. Engage in appropriate professional development to enhance performance as faculty member
E. Seek external funding through grant and contract work related to discipline, as appropriate and assigned
F. Provide evidence of achievement within and significance of contributions to field
G. Provide evidence of quality and originality of thought or work and breadth and depth of perspective
H. Be willing and able to continue individual development and professional productivity as a member of the faculty.

3. Professional services rendered outside the academic discipline in ways other than teaching that contribute to the work of the College vary from individual to individual. Service to the college and community, and profession related to the professional assignment includes the following:

A. Participate in campus and community presentations
B. Serve on discipline, department, school, and campus-wide committees and initiatives
C. Take an active role in discipline, departmental, and school accreditation and reaccreditation activities, as appropriate and as assigned
D. Periodically evaluate and develop new courses, where necessary, consistent with the role and mission of the institution, school and department
E. Sponsor student organizations, as appropriate and assigned, and participate in student-based activities
F. Provide leadership in professional organizations and/or good citizenship in the community at large
G. Foster and sustain collegial relations with campus, community and profession

Deadline for Applications: 
Friday, November 30, 2018

PK-12 Principal

Wilcox-Hildreth Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Justin Patterson

PK-12 Principal

Wilcox-Hildreth Public Schools is seeking applicants for a PK-12 Principal for the Wilcox building for the 2019-2020 school year.  Persons holding a PK-12 endorsement are preferred, but those with 7-12 endorsements will be considered.  Athletic Director duties may be assigned with this position.  Wilcox-Hildreth Public Schools serves about 220 PK-12 students.  Wilcox-Hildreth Public Schools is mainly comprised of the communities of Wilcox and Hildreth, which are located approximately 30 miles south of Kearney.  Applicants must hold or be able to obtain all required certificates.  

Interested applicants need to send their resumes, letters of application and three letters of recommendation to:

Wilcox-Hildreth Public Schools

Attn:  Justin Patterson

PO Box 190

Wilcox, NE 68982

This position will remain open until filled.  

Deadline for Applications: 
Monday, December 31, 2018

Director of Student Services

Gering Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Tim Kwapnioski

Gering Public Schools is currently accepting applications for a Director of Student Services position beginning July 1, 2019. The Director of Student Services is the chief administrator of the District’s Special Education program and other student services areas and serves in both a leadership and management role.

Gering Public schools is an innovative school district that provides a distinctive curriculum to develop the academic, personal, and social skills of all students. 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. Final salary will be determined based upon proven experience, qualifications, and meeting Superintendent criteria.

For more information on Gering Public Schools and to apply please complete the online application at http://www.geringschools.net and upload a letter of interest, resume, administrative certificate, transcripts, and letters of recommendation. EOE/AA

This position is open until filled, however, to be guaranteed full consideration, applications should be submitted on or before November 18, 2018.

Deadline for Applications: 
Sunday, November 18, 2018

Chief Financial Officer

Omaha Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Ray and Associates


Omaha Public Schools, located in Omaha, Nebraska, seeks an individual with visionary leadership and strong financial and administrative skills to lead a district of 52,000 students. The salary will be in the range of $186,000 plus include an excellent comprehensive benefits package. The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications and meeting Board criteria.

Interested candidates may apply online at www.rayassoc.com

Ray and Associates, Inc.
Ph: 319/393-3115 E-mail: glr@rayassoc.com

Application Deadline:
December 20, 2018
Please do not contact the Board or District directly.

Deadline for Applications: 
Thursday, December 20, 2018

Project Director

Grand Island Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Wayne Stelk

Lead and guide the implementation of GIPS $6M Gear Up Promise grant.  Gaining Early Awareness and Access to Undergraduate Programs, this discretionary grant program is designed to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in post-secondary education. GEAR UP is a six-year grant to provide services to students at high-poverty middle and high schools to prepare them for post-secondary education.

This transformational leadership opportunity requires strong communications skills (written, oral), project management skills (resource allocation, report writing, and budget management) along with sound research skills, (the ability to think critically, logically and creatively).

Requires Master's Degree or higher in the field of Education with experience in secondary or post-secondary settings.

Salary in the $80's with benefits (health and dental insurance, retirement, etc.).

Complete online application at www.gips.org; select Employment, Administrative Positions, Administration, go to the Project Director position and click on Apply. Upload letter of interest, resume, administrative certificate, transcripts, and letters of recommendation online. EOE/AA

Deadline for Applications: 
Monday, November 19, 2018

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