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High School Principal

Scottsbluff Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Darla Schlager

Scottsbluff Public Schools is accepting applications for High School Principal for the 2020-21 school year. This is an opportunity for a qualified and dedicated individual to join a team of outstanding educators that have a strong desire to ensure our students have the best education possible. Scottsbluff Public Schools is the recipient of the 2018 Midwest Regional AdvancED Values Driven Award of Excellence. Scottsbluff High School is newly renovated & features cutting edge technology in every department. Come join our team of outstanding educators!

Please visit www.sbps.net to view a full job description and to submit your application, resume, and references.

Deadline for Applications: 
Thursday, February 6, 2020

Elementary Principal

Grand Island Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Wayne Stelk

Come and join our high achieving and progressive district leadership team! Grand Island Public Schools is recruiting for an Elementary Principal.

The preferred candidate will have the ability to create a shared vision for student success throughout the entire school community, have the skills to create a school climate that encourages strategic thinking and dialog aimed at providing new and expanded opportunities for students and practice a collaborative leadership style that moves learning forward in the classroom. Master’s Degree in Education is required. Candidates must hold or be eligible to obtain a Nebraska Department of Education Administrative Certificate with a K-6 Principal endorsement. Competitive salary based on experience and qualifications.

Every Student, Every Day, a Success

Submit an online application by going to www.gips.org; select Employment, Administrative Positions, Administration, scroll down to the position and click on Apply. Upload letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and letters of recommendation online.

Grand Island is a culturally rich community (pop. 50,000) located in the Platte River Valley of Central Nebraska.

Applications will be accepted through 2/14/20.

Deadline for Applications: 
Friday, February 14, 2020

Cody-Kilgore Unified Schools - Superintendent / Principals

Cody-Kilgore Unified Schools
Contact Name: 
Jack Moles

Cody-Kilgore Unified Schools seeks applications for the position of Superintendent / Principal. The District is located in Cody, in North Central Nebraska with a PK-12 enrollment of 164 students.

Cody-Kilgore is a District with a strong teaching staff; a family oriented community and school; and strong academics with unique learning opportunities including a school run grocery store.

Deadline for Applications: 
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

PK-12 Principal

Crawford Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Teresa McGinnins

Crawford Public Schools seeks qualified applicants for the position of PK-12 Principal.  A complete application must include:

  1. Letter of Application.
  2. A current professional resume.
  3. A copy of a current Administrative Certificate.
  4. Transcripts, placement papers, and credentials requested by you. 
  5. Recent letters of recommendation from:

     Current supervisor.

     Past supervisor.

     A teacher leader.

     A community representative.

To be considered, a candidate must have all materials on file at the Central Office no later than noon, February 21, 2020.  Information may be obtained by phone or email to Teresa McGinnins, District Bookkeeper, (308) 665-1537.  teresa.mcginnins@cpsrams.org

Applications should be addressed to:

            Mr. Kirk Hughes

            Superintendent of Schools

            Crawford Public School District #71

            908 5th Street

            Crawford, NE  69339

Mail applications to the above address or email them to Teresa McGinnins at teresa.mcginnins@cpsrams.org


Deadline for Applications: 
Friday, February 21, 2020

Director of Human Resources and Accreditation

Norfolk Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Michael Hart

Job Description
It is the policy of Norfolk Public Schools to not discriminate on the basis of sex, disability, race, color, religion, veteran status, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition, or other protected status in its educational programs, admission policies, employment policies or other administered programs. Persons requiring accommodations to apply and/or be considered for positions are asked to make their request to the Director of Human Resources.

*NOTE: This job description is also in board policy: Policy No. 2223

● Master’s Degree in educational administration.
● Valid Nebraska administrative and supervisory certificate.
● Minimum of five years in education and previous experience in administration and human resource management is preferred.
● Such alternative qualifications as the board may find appropriate and acceptable
● Successfully pass district background check

REPORTS TO: Superintendent
JOB GOAL: Responsible for effectively planning, implementing, directing and maintaining the district's personnel services; serving as a resource for staff, and maintaining staffing to ensure that personnel functions conform to district, state, and federal requirements.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Twelve month (260 day contract) as established by the Board of Education
EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated annually in accordance with the provisions of the district’s Administrative Personnel Evaluation Policy.

● Consistent and punctual “on site” attendance at the worksite is an essential job function
● Function under the supervision and direction of the Superintendent of Schools.
● Perform duties and responsibilities assigned by the Superintendent of Schools.
● Participate as an active and contributing member of the administrative and central office teams.
● Maintain and role model confidentiality.
● Recruit, sustain, and evaluate designated staff.
● Facilitate purposeful and relevant professional development.
● Attend all regular meetings of the Board of Education and special meetings related to areas of responsibilities.
● Provide monthly board reports.
● Stay current on rules and regulations pertinent to areas of responsibility.
● Lead and support various committees (Award for Excellence, etc.)
● Organize, supervise, and evaluate all areas of responsibility.
● Manage personnel information in accordance with document retention specifications.
● Make recommendations to the Superintendent of Schools with regard to the district’s personnel management functions.
● Assist in the development and administration of designated budgets.
● Review, revise, update, and monitor the certified staff, classified staff, and substitute teacher handbooks.
● Facilitate the recruitment and selection of all staff.
● Conduct and analyze background checks in accordance with current laws.
● Implement, administer, and monitor exit interview processes for employees.
● Review and revise job descriptions as needed.
● Facilitate and support evaluation processes for all staff.
● Administer, monitor and review leave policies for all staff.
● Review and submit employee accident reports and oversee “return to work” documents.
● Serve as a liaison for workers compensation claims.
● Manage the recruitment, screening, in-service, supervision, placement, and performance of substitute teachers.
● Facilitate and document transfer requests.
● Collaborate with higher education to place student teachers and practicum students.
● Implement directives of applicable employment laws.
● Assist in the administration, revision, and implementation of policies directly related to the Human Resources and Accreditation department.
● Manage the record keeping of professional growth for staff.
● Attend relevant local, regional, state, and national meetings as needed to facilitate individual professional growth and self reflection.
● Manage personnel issues in a timely and professional manner.
● Submit ads for employment opportunities within the district.
● Serve as a consultant for principals during the evaluation process.
● Assist in the development and implementation of Performance Improvement Plans.
● In conjunction with the Director of Teaching and Learning, review “best practices” in teaching evaluation and instruction.
● Supervise the district teacher mentor program.
● Participate in interviewing, hiring, and training staff as needed.
● Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Board of Education policies.
● Collaborate with team members and consultants to design and implement engaging and effective professional development, in conjunction with the Director of Teaching and Learning.
● Provide leadership around the development and submission of accreditation reports, including program assessment and other program-oriented documents relating to school/district accreditation.
● Develop essential school documents, such as accountability plans and accreditation reports, in conjunction with the Director of Teaching and Learning.
● Collaborate with community agencies focused on enhancing school programs, leadership development, and student achievement.
● Oversee compliance of all state and federal regulations related to areas of responsibility, including, but not limited to NDE’s Rule 10 and 21.
● Complete all federal, state, and local reports in an efficient and effective manner.
● Provide assistance, guidance, and support to all personnel within assigned areas.
● Relate with staff and community stakeholders through positive professional cooperation
● Perform other tasks as may be assigned

● High integrity and unwavering commitment to success for all staff and students
● Exhibits patience, openness, and concern for others
● Exhibits and expects confidentiality of sensitive information
● Ability to build effective partnerships with community stakeholders
● Exhibits tact and self-control in dealing with personnel issues
● Provides feedback and accountability to staff and holds high expectations for self and others
● Accepts feedback from the Superintendent of Schools with self reflection and a growth mindset

OTHER REQUIREMENTS (Intellectual, Sensory):
● Outstanding oral and written communication skills
● Proficient with technology
● Commitment to continuous improvement
● Skills in leadership, organization, problem solving, and conflict resolution
● Skills in human relations; ability to deal with diverse populations
● Skilled in strategic planning
● Ability to work under stress
● Skills in development, assessment, and evaluation of programs

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
● Ability to work varied hours as requested including early mornings and evenings on occasion.
● Ability to work in a smoke-free and drug-free work environment.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
● Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
● Strength, movement, auditory, taste/smell, and vision demands specific to job.
● Manual dexterity to handle computer and phone requirements

Deadline for Applications: 
Thursday, January 30, 2020



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