School Administrators oversee administrative tasks in schools, colleges or other educational institutions. They ensure that the organization runs smoothly and they also manage facilities and staff.
The duties of school administrators may vary depending on the size and type of school they work in. For example, school administrators in small day care centers (where they may be the only member of the administrative team) have different scope of responsibility than at a large college (where they may specialize in a specific area). Generally though, School Administrators manage budgets, handle logistics and act as a point of reference for everyone in the school.
We are looking for a School Administrator to manage all administrative tasks in our school.
As a School Administrator, you’ll need to wear many different hats; the planner, the problem-solver, the educator and the counselor being a few of them. You should have the skills to communicate with various people, handle budgets and logistics, and keep all educational programs running.
If you’re up to the task, and you’re also committed to high-quality education, we’d like to meet you.
Mt.Diablo Unified School District is seeking dynamic instructional leaders with great communication, team-building, technology, equity-focused, and leadership skills who are passionate and committed to the success of EVERY student, no matter their background to serve as principals in our elementary, middle, and high schools.
The Waldorf School of Mendocino County has enjoyed stable leadership and steady growth for the last eight years, even through the COVID-19 pandemic. We seek a School Administrator to lead us into our 50th birthday year and successfully complete our Accreditation with AWSNA. Together, with the Faculty and Board of Trustees, the School Administrator will act as a leader and guide to uphold the......
Work with Co-head of School to provide leadership and daily operation in teaching and curriculum in the Pre-Primary school -- establishing policies to run the Pre-Primary school, for appointing the appropriate staff members to carry out the directives, and for explaining the policies to parents. Participate in the creating the budget. Participate in interviews for recruiting new......
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We are a thriving nonprofit network of 17 free, public charter schools open to all students. At KIPP, we believe all children should grow up free to create the future they want for themselves and that schools can and should be a critical partner in making their vision a reality. Together with families and communities, we create joyful, academically...