We are seeking a highly organized and effective leader to serve as the district superintendent and high school principal. This position represents the district for county and state wide programs as well as overseeing the day to day operations of the high school programs and student activities. The Board of Trustees requests that all applicants follow the procedures outlined below. Those applicants wishing additional information should contact the District Secretary at (707) 743-2101. Apply online at edjoin.com by February 19, 2021.
All applicants must provide the following
• Completed application form • Cover letter that includes reasons for interest in the position: • Personal resume outlining education, experience, achievements, and community/special interests • Placement file and/or current letters of reference regarding performance in previous positions
It is the candidate’s responsibility to make certain all application materials are received
All applications will be held in strict confidence. Members of the Board of Trustees may not be contacted personally.
Send questions to: Potter Valley Community Unified School District Post Office Box 219 Potter Valley, CA 95469 (707) 743-2101 (707) 743-1930 (Fax) email@example.com(e-mail)
It is the successful candidate’s responsibility to provide the district with employment eligibility and verification of citizenship in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES Elaine Lindelef, President Karen Riordan, Clerk Shannon Aiello, Member
Erin Kile, Member
Tim Hallman, Member
An Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer
California Administrative Services Credential or in the process of said credential.
Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university
Effective teaching experience (specify whether elementary or secondary experience)
Successful administrative experience at a school site and/or district office preferred.
In addition to required education and experience, the Board is seeking an individual who:
Possesses excellent human relation skills; is a visible leader with high standards, integrity, creativity, self-confidence, and a sense of humor
Is accessible and approachable; a problem solver able to secure the meaningful involvement and support of Board members, staff, students, and the community
Understands and applies principles of effective school administration; has demonstrated leadership in curriculum, instruction, supervision, staff development, personnel procedures, special education and school finance
Exhibits superior communication skills, both written and oral; has established a record of effective communication with the Board, staff, students, and the community
About Potter Valley Community Unified School District
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