Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools is seeking a Director of Human Resources to plan, organize, supervise and direct the operations of the HR Department. ISD #877 is a 30-minute drive northwest of the Twin Cities. Approximately 5,700 students district wide attend 6 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 high school and an alternative high school.
POSTING #: 1370 WORK HOURS: 8 hours per day, 6:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; Monday through Friday; year round position JOB DUTIES: *Supervise, communicate and prioritize with staff to respond to the long term and daily needs of the building. *Delegate daily work assignments for staff, including cleaning schedules, special assignments, overtime and after school / community events. Organize and assist in setup and tear down of equipment and supplies needed for all events. *Inspect and maintain sprinkler system, playground equipment, and sidewalks. *Assess and respond to daily facility, equipment and cleanliness issues in a professional and efficient way. *Maintain, order and properly store supplies and equipment to effectively and efficiently meet the needs of facility and custodial staff. *Monitor and handle general repair of plumbing, electrical, air handler and air conditioner units. Includes performing minor repair, scheduling, coordinating and assisting outside contractors for major repairs, maintenance, and installation of equipment and facility needs. *Ensure all safety equipment is intact and functional, including, but not limited to boilers, eyewash stations, emergency lights, fire alarm systems, exit lights and fire extinguishers. *Assist with maintaining a safe egress to the building in inclement weather, including plowing, shoveling and disseminating salt/sand products on the sidewalks in accordance with school/district practice. *Clean classrooms, common areas, hallways and bathrooms (includes, but not limited to vacuuming, removing garbage, shampooing carpets, scrubbing floors, and seasonal strip/waxing, etc.) *Communicate openly and honestly with supervisors to maintain good relations and ensure your needs, as well as the needs of students, staff, and community are met. *Maintain licensure (boiler) and provide appropriate services to meet facility needs. *Manage and supervise custodial staff, which includes scheduling, monitoring and evaluating, as well as successful time card completion, submission, and approval in accordance with district payroll procedures and timelines.
Middle School Choir Director-Long Term Substitute
Job Summary: Under the direction of district administrators, the Classroom Teacher is responsible for developing lesson plans to present district curriculum in assigned instructional subjects; instructing students using lesson plans and instructional material; and evaluating and assessing student progress against instructional outcomes and objectives. Teachers also participate and collaborate with other instructional professionals, administrators, parents, counselors, and other district personnel concerning student needs, issues and district learning initiatives. Application Procedure: Candidates may apply for this opportunity via the school website at www.biglake.k12.mn.us
Special Education Teacher
.4 FTE Position, for the Sholund School for Girls located in Annandale MN, to start ASAP. Current licensure as a Special Education Teacher by the State of Minnesota is required. MAWSECO is seeking motivated teachers to work in a challenging and data-driven environment using the latest research-based strategies and materials to work with students with communication and neurological disorders. MAWSECO programs enroll students from several districts and is multi-agency in nature.
Early Childhood Family Education Director #1368
The Sauk Rapids-Rice School District No. 47 is currently seeking an outstanding and innovative individual to serve as the Early Childhood Director within its Early Childhood Family Education Program. The Director will provide oversight and leadership for Early Childhood Family Education programs in the District. Responsibilities include providing quality programming to District families, managing program scheduling, budgets, and staff, as well as managing building facilities. Located in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, minutes from downtown St. Cloud and approximately one hour Northwest of the Twin Cities, ISD 47 is a growing school district that provides quality programming for more than 620 staff, 4,400 students, and 30,000 community members. District Beliefs: *A culture of continuous learning and growth in a caring and collaborative environment is essential to fulfill our mission and vision. *Effective partnerships between students, staff, families and community members enhance our organization. *An inclusive, safe, caring and stimulating learning environment promotes and ensures meaningful collaboration and shared responsibility for performance and innovation. *Ongoing communication and outreach promote and foster positive relationships and professional growth for students, staff, families and community members. *Transparency and good stewardship of resources strengthen public support, trust and engagement. Primary Responsibilities: *Develop, implement, and administer quality programming based on the needs of the Community and District. *Set clear goals that support and enrich school, district, and community stakeholders. *Provide direction and support for Early Childhood staff. *Coordinate services between the District and outside organizations and/or agencies. *Effectively communicate with local community groups, businesses, and non-public educational institutions. *Administer facility use. *Create a positive school and community climate to establish a thriving learning culture. *Operate and manage systems and programming, which positively impact children and families in the community. *Build leadership, shared understanding, and unity among staff and families. *Develop racial, cultural, socio-economic and educational competencies that transcend differences. *Ensure the mission and strategic plan of the District are developed and implemented successfully. *Communicate regularly with the Board of Education, Superintendent, and administration regarding Early Childhood Family Education-related needs, effectiveness, and impact. *Prepare and present reports regarding participation, revenue, success, and programmatic needs. *Supervise, assess, and coordinate staff. Outstanding candidates will be: *Able to demonstrate a successful record of leadership and organizational experience working with early childhood programming to align with District established policies, vision, and goals. *Able to represent the District in a professional manner, while promoting and publicizing existing and upcoming early childhood programming. *Skilled at monitoring and soliciting input from stakeholders regarding program operations with respect to community needs, interests, participation and resources. *Genuinely interested in learning about the Sauk Rapids-Rice School District and communities, as well as willing to participate in civic and community affairs that help foster understanding to gain support of the overall school district mission, vision, and strategic plan. *Thoughtful and deliberate decision-makers. *Creative problem solvers with extraordinary relationship and conflict resolution skills. *Innovative and able to promote and implement quality programs. *Motivating and positive with students, staff, and community members. *Able to provide leadership within the school, district and community. *A life-long learner and good role model. *Knowledgeable about instructional technologies and software, equipment, tools, and devices used for presenting data, documenting assessments, and communicating program effectiveness. *Able to manage funding-related tasks, strategic planning, and project completion in accordance with timelines. *Skilled in program development, implementation, evaluation, fiscal management, supervision of personnel and decision making. *Experienced with successful marketing plans and public relation efforts to continue to build on existing community education programs and offerings. *Collaborative with staff, District leaders, community members and representatives from various community agencies to deliver educational, and socio-economic services to all members of the community. *Effective with establishing, developing, and fostering ongoing cooperative working relationships with local community groups, businesses, non-public educational institutions, and youth service organizations. *Highly organized. *Able to manage multiple projects, while adhering to strict deadlines. *Effective communicator.
Director of Finance
The Foley School Board (District 51) is announcing an opening for the position of Director of Finance. The Board is seeking applications from highly qualified, interested candidates who will work to maintain the long-term financial stability of the district while pursuing educational excellence.