Executive Director, New Hampshire Association of School Principals
Application Deadline: December 20, 2018
Position Begins: July 1, 2019
The New Hampshire Association of School Principals (NHASP), a not-for-profit school principal and education advocacy organization, seeks a dynamic Executive Director to lead the organization into the future. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced educational leader and a team player to provide support for NH principals and assistant principals by running the daily operations of the organization and advocating for education priorities as established by the NHASP Executive Board.
The ideal candidate has:
- been a New Hampshire school principal for a minimum of 10 years;
- a strong background organizing professional development for educators;
- proven experience with strategic planning;
- a strong working knowledge of New Hampshire education law;
- successfully supported colleagues regarding employment related issues;
- familiarity with managing a not-for-profit organization; and
- been an active member of NHASP.
The job description is located on the NHASP website.
Applicants need to provide the following for consideration as a candidate by the December 20, 2019 deadline:
- A letter of interest
- Current resume including complete work and educational history
- Three professional letters of recommendation
- Two professional writing samples answering the following questions in one page or less for each:
- Assess and comment on the current state of PK-12 education at both the New Hampshire and federal levels.
- Given what you know of NHASP, provide and comment on a six-month entry plan for addressing your new job, and a long-term plan detailing your vision for NHASP going forward.
All inquiries and applications will be held in the strictest confidence and should be submitted by December 20, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. to the care of Ken Page, NHASP Interim Director, 25 Triangle Park Drive, Concord, New Hampshire 03301 or email@example.com. Inquiries: 1-603-225-3431.
NHASP is committed to employ, train, promote and compensate individuals based on job-related qualifications and ability without regard to race color, gender, gender identity, genetic information, disability, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, veteran or marital status. This policy encompasses all aspects of employment from recruitment to termination and is based on NHASP’s strong commitment to a work environment free from discrimination and respecting the dignity of every employee.