Job Openings

Principal - Language and Culture Pathway at C. B. Jennings Elementary School - New London Public Schools, CT

The candidate must have:

  • Demonstrated, successful teaching and leadership experience in Dual Language Education and International Education programs/instruction; 
  • Knowledge of magnet school program development and implementation; 
  • Proven ability to supervise and lead staff in a way that is firm, fair, effective, and consistent; and o Strong knowledge of responsive instruction in all domains (e.g., academics, behavior, social-emotional learning), etc. 

A strong candidate would also have:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience of programs/services for English Learners; o Knowledge of methods in Bilingual Education and Inquiry-based learning; 
  • Demonstrated leadership in a racially and ethnically diverse community; 
  • Proven Spanish proficiency.

The principal of C.B. Jennings School will plan, administer, and supervise programming that meets the educational needs and interests of its students and promotes their maximum development and performance.

For more information about this position, please contact Grace Sanchez, Human Resources Specialist, at

To apply, go to:

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Posted August 16, 2016

Executive Director of Talent and Human Resources - New London Public Schools, CT

The candidate must have: 

  • Advanced degree in business, human resources, education, law, public policy or other related field; 
  • Understanding of best practices in human capital management; 
  • Minimum five years of leadership experience including supervision of public or private organizations with a significant number of employees; 
  •  Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills; 
  • Thorough knowledge of the School Board, state and federal laws, rules, policies and procedures concerning the employment of personnel. 

A strong candidate would also have:

  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and work effectively with diverse groups;
  • Ability to work within tight time constraints and under stressful conditions; 
  • Knowledge of administrative policies and practices; 
  • Service orientation toward supporting schools; 
  • Knowledge of developments and trends in human capital management. 

The Executive Director of Talent and Human Resources leads the critical function of talent management for the New London Public Schools organization in strong support of schools in their goals for high student achievement. 

For more information about this postition, please contact Grace Sanchez, Human Resources Specialist, at

To apply, go to:

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Posted August 16, 2016

Full-time Musical Theatre Teacher/Faculty Position - Chattanooga, TN

Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts is an award-winning, fine arts magnet school located in Chattanooga, TN. This is a full-time teaching position with benefits and summers off. The desired candidate will possess or be willing to obtain the necessary Tennessee teaching license. 

Responsibilities include: teaching six musical theatre classes to beginners and experienced students in grades 6-12, planning and directing numerous student performances, working with fellow arts faculty members to produce collaborative performances, attending professional development and extracurricular school activities, and typical teaching responsibilities such as planning assignments and grading.

Apply online and contact Amy Medley with questions at 

Posted on July 21, 2016

Open Magnet Middle School Art Position
in Raleigh, North Carolina 

Moore Square Magnet Middle School, located in down town Raleigh, is looking for a dynamic, inspiring, visionary Art Teacher. Moore Square is a great place to work. It's a small school, only 430 students, and the administrative team and the staff is warm, welcoming and does meaningful work with kids.  Moore Square is a GT/AIG Magnet and we are in the midst of a federal grant to support our arts and elective programming and technology. There is opportunity for paid curriculum writing for arts courses. The studio space is great! There is a kiln, one wheel, Apple TV and an outdoor rooftop studio space attached to the classroom. Because Moore Square is located down town there is great opportunity for collaboration with local museums and artists. There is an established collaboration with Raleigh's Contemporary Art Museum and students train and serve as docents at the museum. We also have an Artist in Residence program that supports artists working with our students. ArtSpace is right across the street from the school so the students have access to some of Raleigh's finest artists that are ready and willing to collaborate with Moore Square students and staff. In the coming year, the school will host three First Friday events to celebrate the arts at our school in conjunction with the city's FirstFriday Gallery Walk.  We are on a modified traditional calendar which means our students return July 25th. To find out more about Moore Square please check out the school website.  Come be a part of the magic that is Moore Square!

Interested applicants can send inquiries and resumes to Principal, Jackie Jordan at and/or Magnet Coordinator, Myra Smith at

Posted on June 14, 2016

Principal - Jamerson Elementary School,
Pinellas County Schools, Florida

The Principal performs responsible administrative and supervisory work in the area of instruction, personnel, curriculum, safety, budget, purchasing, public relations, plant operations, food service, and transportation. Position is responsible for the total operational management of the school. 


  • Develops, implement, and evaluates school philosophy, goals and objectives reflecting district and state goals

  • Develops, implements and evaluates School Improvement Plan (SIP) and School-wide Discipline Plan 

  • Develops and manages a Center of Excellence on the specified campus as approved by the School Board, if applicable 

  • Develops and maintains a positive school/community climate and a safe and healthy environment. 

  • Plans, implements, and evaluates the school instructional program based on student needs and within state and district guidelines

  • Plans, implements, supervises, and/or evaluates all other programs, i.e., Parent Teacher Association (PTA), School Advisory Committee (SAC), Athletics, Extra-Curricular, Co-Curricular, Booster Clubs, if applicable 

  • Determines staffing needs including selection, supervision, staff development and evaluation of all school personnel

  • Disseminates and implements Pinellas County School Board policies and procedures as it relates to students staff and school community 

  • Manages finances including the budget and record keeping processes, and inventory control of all school resources

  • Maintains records and necessary reports for efficient operation of school and compliance with federal, state, and local requirements 

  • Plans and manages for efficient utilization and maintenance of the school plant

  • Performs other related duties as required



Administrative Salary Schedule:  Pay Grade C9; 12-month position; Annual Salary: $82,502

Please note the following instructions for applying: Please create your internal application Upload your resume, personal statement highlighting your qualifications, as they specifically relate to the qualifications for this position, by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, May 13, 2016. Please link the position(s) for which you are interested to your online application. In order to be considered for this position, all documents listed must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date.


Candidates may be screened by position, preference statement, evaluations, seniority, and/or specific needs of the job.  Meeting minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted on May 11, 2016

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