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Assistant Superintendent

South Sioux City Community Schools
Contact Name: 
Jill Gill

The South Sioux City Community School District is currently accepting applications for an Assistant Superintendent.

The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating PK-12 education programs for the entire school system.   Responsibilities include oversight of academic programs throughout the district (in coordination with directors and building principals), school improvement/program development initiatives, administration of federal programs, and duties as assigned by the superintendent.

Selected candidate must hold or be eligible to obtain a Nebraska Administrative Certification with Superintendent endorsement. This administrative position requires District residency.

This position offers a 260 day contract period. Anticipated start date is July 1, 2021.

Deadline for Applications: 
Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Norfolk Junior High Dean of Students/Activities Director

Norfolk Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Kathy Hoile

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.


REQUIREMENTS: Master's Degree with emphasis in school administration and a
valid Nebraska Administrative Certificate (or demonstrated progress toward these requirements)
A minimum of three years teaching experience
Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent may find appropriate

REPORTS TO: Junior High Principal

RECEIVES GUIDANCE: Junior High Principal (and/or Assistant Principals and Senior High Activities Director as designated by the Junior High Principal)

JOB GOAL: Assists in the supervision of the student body at school and school activities, addresses student behavior concerns, consistently administers the Student Code of Conduct, monitors attendance requirements, schedules and coordinates JH activities, promotes an effective learning environment, develops close working relationships with parents, students, and staff, and informs administration about emerging issues. Please note: Because of the responsibilities associated with this position, extracurricular coaching duties will not be permitted.


Initial salary placement will be determined by using the current certified salary structure plus 10 days of per diem of the current base salary. Future compensation increases will be determined by following the administrative compensation framework system.

EVALUATION: Evaluated annually in accordance with the provisions of administrative personnel


Consistent and punctual work attendance
Builds and maintains effective working relationships with students, staff, parents, and community stakeholders
Communicates effectively with individuals of varied cultural and educational backgrounds
Enforces Norfolk Public Schools’ behavioral expectations and the Student Code of Conduct
Supervises and disciplines students as needed to resolve behavior and attendance issues in a positive manner
Schedules and manages all JH activities and assigns officials and other staff to work events as needed
Regularly updates the activities calendar
Assists the principal and assistant principal with supervision of student activities
Supervises the scheduling of JH practices and facility usage / availability
Inventories and resupplies the JH concession stand. Assigns concession workers as needed
Coordinates with the High School Activities Director to accurately update and ensure timely distribution of the Coaches Handbook
Annually evaluates the performance of all head coaches: grades 7 – 8
Develops and maintains an accurate and cost effective JH activities budget
Actively involves head coaches in the formation of JH budget requests related to activities
Responsible for the scheduling and oversight of the JH auditorium and Middle School and Philip Street gymnasiums
Informs community stakeholders through news releases to local media outlets, appearances before community service organizations, and reports to the Board of Education
Assists the Senior High Activities Director with event supervision, as time allows
Promotes a favorable image of the school district and builds community partnerships that enhance district programs and services
Demonstrates sound professional judgement and produces accurate and thorough documentation
Performs other specific job-related duties as directed by the building principal or his/her designee
Responsible for other duties as assigned by the building principals, Superintendent, or Board of Education

OTHER REQUIREMENTS (Intellectual, Sensory):

Collaborates as needed with school focused community agencies
Promotes and ensures school safety
Uses technology effectively and efficiently
Works effectively as a leader and member of a team
Skilled in behavioral management techniques
Manages individual and group interactions
Excellent time management skills
Public relation skills
Effective oral and written communication skills
Effective leadership and organizational skills
Decision making skills
Problem solving and conflict management skills

Stairs in building
Extended work hours
Potential for exposure to communicable diseases

Deadline for Applications: 
Sunday, March 7, 2021

Elementary Principal

Battle Creek Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Jake Luhr

Battle Creek Elementary Principal

Battle Creek Public Schools is searching for a strong educational leader to serve as elementary principal/school improvement coordinator. Applicants should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a strong background in technology integration, classroom instruction, and the ability to collect, analyze, and utilize data to affect continuous school improvement. Battle Creek Elementary serves approximately 250 students in grades PK-6. The successful candidate must hold a valid State of Nebraska Administrative Certificate or be able to obtain one.

Additional Information

Salary will be determined based on experience. Battle Creek Public Schools offers full family/single health and dental insurance. Successful candidate will be expected to start on or around August 1, 2021. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, three letters of recommendation, and transcripts to jluhr@bcpsne.info or mail to:

Jake Luhr, Superintendent 605 West Martin Street Battle Creek, NE 68715

Battle Creek Public Schools is an E.O.E. Position is open until filled.

Deadline for Applications: 
Friday, March 5, 2021

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavior Supervisor

Omaha Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Erin Perry

Position Purpose: The MTSS-B Supervisor will lead the Omaha Public Schools MTSS-B initiative in evidence-based strategies to support coordinated positive school climate, classroom management, restorative practices, and behavioral interventions. This includes performing a variety of supervisory tasks in training, coaching and monitoring efforts of MTSS-B teams in all district schools and programs. Will actively support Social Emotional Learning (SEL) efforts in the district as well.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

-Master’s degree or higher in area of Administration and Supervision.
-A valid Nebraska Teaching Certificate with endorsement in the area of administration is preferred.
-Successful experience (3-5 years minimum) working in or with an urban education system with a focus on social, emotional, and behavioral supports.
-Knowledge and understanding of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Behavior including knowledge of behavior support best practices and implementation at all tiers.
-Ability to coordinate and collaborate with diverse groups of professionals across multiple departments and organizations to achieve unified, consistent practices.
-Skilled multi-tasker and excellent time manager; ability to effectively achieve multiple goals and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
-Classroom teaching or school-based management experience highly preferred.

Deadline for Applications: 
Friday, March 5, 2021

Teaching and Learning Consultant, Library Services

Omaha Public Schools
Contact Name: 
Erin Perry

Position Purpose: The Teaching and Learning Consultant (TLC) for Library Services is responsible for the district-wide development, coordination, and articulation of the school library program K-12, in relation to the goals of the school district and the department of Curriculum and Instruction Support. Other responsibilities include libraries’ budget administration, digital collection development, copyright compliance and oversight of the district professional library and archives. This individual should have a working knowledge of American Association of School Librarians’ Standards K-12 and NDE Rule 10. The Library Services TLC will also provide leadership in resource challenges, and district library policy and procedures, and will manage all grants associated with Library Services. This individual works to provide educational opportunities, which enable all students to achieve their highest potential through work with principals, instructional staff, students, parents, and community.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
-Minimum of Master’s Degree with appropriate course work in Administration, Supervision, Curriculum, Personnel, and related fields is required.
-A valid Nebraska Teaching Certificate with endorsement in the area of administration and supervision and an endorsement in school library media is preferred.
-A minimum of five years successful teaching experience working in school libraries. Experience at both elementary and secondary levels preferred.
-Exemplary organizational, oral and written communication skills.
-The skills pertinent to positive human relationships and the ability to work effectively with instructional staff, students, parents, administrators, and the community.
-Knowledge of assessment and curriculum content related to library instruction as well as instructional pedagogy.

Deadline for Applications: 
Friday, March 5, 2021



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