The Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon is seeking applicants for the position of president of Central Catholic High School for the 2017-2018 school year. Central Catholic located in Portland is co-educational with an enrollment of 900. Application materials and directions can be found on this page or by calling 503-233-8348/email: email@example.com. Information about the school can be found at http://www.centralcatholichigh.org/
Closing date: February 15, 2017
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PRESIDENT APPLICATION PACKET
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PRESIDENT JOB DESCRIPTION
- A practicing Roman Catholic who will fully support and advance the School’s Catholic identity and mission;
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree; an advanced degree is preferred;
- years of leadership experience such as senior level manager, school administrator, or similar business or development experience;
- Strong written and verbal communication skills;
- The ability to articulate the future of the School with a clear commitment to maintaining high academic standards in a supportive, student--‐centered environment;
- A person with well-developed people skills who can build relationships with constituencies, inspire trust, and attract and retain high quality personnel;
- An experienced administrator with a background in education and/or business and/or advancement who will work with the Board of Directors to govern the School and implement its strategic plan;
- Experience in fundraising and marketing;
- An understanding of not-for-profit finance;
- An understanding of not-for-profit governance;
- A person who is passionate about Catholic school education;
- A person who can serve as an effective spokesperson in telling the story of Central Catholic High School.
President, Valley Catholic School, Beaverton
Valley Catholic School, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon, is offering an opportunity for a dynamic leader to oversee all management, administrative, fiscal, programmatic, and strategic planning activities for the only pre K-12 Catholic education program in Oregon. The successful candidate will also serve as President of the SSMO Campus Schools and Little Flower Development Center Corporations. In that capacity, the President will sit on the campus Executive Team, coordinating school undertakings with those of other campus entities and collaborating to shape the managerial framework needed to support the Sisters' sponsored ministries and the 500 employees who are integral to their success. The new President will be a practicing Catholic and will effectively represent the schools to internal and external stakeholders, articulating and supporting the Sisters’ mission, vision and values as they are lived out at Valley Catholic. Information about Valley Catholic School (VCS) can be found at valleycatholic.org.
If you are an exceptional leader who shares our commitment to excellence in faith-based education, will honor our rich history, and is eager to provide dynamic leadership for an exciting future, please send a resume and letter of interest on or before January 15, 2017 to email@example.com.
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- A proven track record as an educational administrator providing leadership, direction, and guidance for management, business, and administrative processes.
- Demonstrated expertise at achieving financial and operational targets defined in annual operating budgets, capital budgets, and strategic plans.
- Experience hiring, coaching, and evaluating the performance of school Principals and other Administrators.
- The ability to establish organizational structures and administrative procedures to ensure Principals, Administrators, Faculty, and Staff are performing in accordance with the VCS mission, philosophy, goals, and objectives and are knowledgeable about and following the educational laws of the State of Oregon and applicable Archdiocesan policies.
- The ability to ensure processes and procedures are in place by which curriculum development is managed across grade levels.
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
- The skills of an approachable and empowering supervisor.
- Experience working effectively with a Board of Directors.