Conneaut School District   Pittsburgh, PA   Full-time     Other
Posted on February 12, 2024
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Conneaut School District



Position Description:

Assistant to Superintendent/Director of Student Services



  • Proper Pennsylvania Administrative Certification (PA Letter of Eligibility)

  • Eight (8) to ten (10) years experience in multiple areas of public education, including secondary and/or elementary school instruction and administrative/supervision

  • Post Masters work

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Familiar with K-12 curriculum, school organization and management, School District policy, PA school law, collective bargaining and labor relations, human resources, special education programs and law, and budgeting


Responsibilities: Including but not limited to:

  • Assist the Superintendent with the overall operation of the school district and in providing leadership in the management and administration of the school.

  • Represents the School District at appropriate local, state and federal meetings.

  • Supervises the hiring of instructional and support staff, including the advertising, posting, screening, interviewing and recommendations of professionals and support staff.

  • Coordinates the School District’s special services programs that include: Guidance and Counseling; School Nurses; and Special Education personnel (School Psychologists) and special services programs such as Student Assistance (SAP); Anti-Bullying; Unlawful Harassment and Hazing Programs; and other mandated regulations set forth by PDE or the Federal Government.

  • Develops new programs or educational models to meet federal and state guidelines.

  • Reviews all special education records for students transferring into the school district and coordinates all services.

  • Oversees the development of and revisions to the District’s Special Education plan.

*Job Description to be made available upon request*

Apply online:

to upload the required cover letter, resume, transcripts, and current Act 24, 34, 114 & 151 clearances.


Deadline: February 28, 2024