MPA Assistant Executive Director Position
The Maine Principals’ Association is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Executive Director. The successful candidate will have a combination of the following qualifications:
- Experience with and knowledge of curriculum development, supervision and evaluation, and professional development.
- Experience planning and implementing face-to-face professional development conferences, workshops, etc.
- Understanding the challenges inherent in today’s principalship and vision to address those challenges.
- Communication and people skills necessary to work successfully with members, officers, and staff.
- Commitment to remaining current regarding educational issues, research, and pedagogy and to serve as a resource for building administrators.
- Ability to serve as a facilitator with formal and informal regional groups of administrators.
- Technology background required to lead the MPA staff in moving forward with 21st century skills in order to advance MPA services through social media, blogs, webinars, and other means of virtual professional development.
Competitive salary, health and retirement benefits. Candidates will provide a letter of interest, a completed application form (click here), and a complete resume including three letters of reference. Deadline for application is Monday, May 5, 2014. Position begins July 1, 2014.
Richard A. Durost, Executive Director
Maine Principals’ Association
50 Industrial Drive, Augusta, ME 04330
firstname.lastname@example.org - 207-622-0217 ext. 24
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The Maine Principals' Association is a private, educational, nonprofit corporation with voluntary membership that is comprised of two distinct divisions: Division of Professional Activities (building administrators) and the Division of Interscholastic Activities (member high schools).
To assure a quality education for all students, the Maine Principals' Association will:
- promote the principalship;
- support principals as educational leaders; and
- promote and administer interscholastic activities in grades 9-12.