Operations / Administration Superintendent – Moffat County School District RE-1, CO
Moffat County School District RE-1
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The Moffat County School District RE-1, Craig, Colorado, Board of Education, is seeking a highly qualified Superintendent. The Board wishes to have the successful candidate assume the responsibilities of the position July 1, 2024.
McPherson & Jacobson, L.L.C., Executive Recruitment and Development, in association with the Colorado Association of School Boards, has been engaged as the consultant in a search for outstanding candidates. They will assist the Board of Education in identifying and screening the candidates.
Enrollment: 2,068 students
Location: 200 miles northwest of Denver
The candidate must have the background, skills, and abilities essential for excellence in educational leadership. The person must have the qualifications and certification to be a superintendent in Colorado and must hold a Colorado administrator license. The board recognizes that selecting a superintendent is one of the most important decisions it will make. The Board developed the following characteristics.
Leadership – A leader of strong character who is organized, decisive and willing to take on many challenges. An honest person who has integrity and is trustworthy. A leader with the stamina and determination to stand by a decision. A visionary who strives to build an innovative culture of improvement. A leader with a strong work ethic.
Communicator – A leader with a positive personality who is visible in the schools and the greater community. A person who writes and speaks with clarity and confidence. A leader who listens, shows empathy and involves others in their decision-making. A personable leader who enjoys being with people. A person who can guide divergent issues toward solutions with firmness and dignity. A leader who knows and understands technology. A person who will live in the district.
Educator – A person with a strong working knowledge of education. A leader with classroom and building leadership (preferred) experience who listens to the classroom teacher and understands parenting and family life. A leader who has demonstrated a track record of excellence in education. A leader who knows and understands technology’s impact on the classroom.
Accountable – A leader with business acumen. A leader who empowers staff and holds them accountable. A competent fiscal agent who thrives on transparency.
Compensation Parameter – $140,000 – $180,000 with Family Health Insurance and other negotiated benefits
- Application Deadline: March 11, 2024 (11:30 p.m. central time)
- Finalists Selected: March 25, 2024
- Candidates Interviewed: April 4-5, 2024
- Superintendent Selected: April 5, 2024
- Superintendent Contract Approved and Signed After: April 8, 2024
- Superintendent Start Date: July 1, 2024