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Chiefs for Change is a nonprofit network of diverse state and district education Chiefs dedicated to preparing all students for today’s world and tomorrow’s. We advocate for the policies and practices working for students, facilitate a robust system of peer-to-peer advising among our members, and sustain a pipeline of the next generation of Chiefs. Join us in making tomorrow’s generation better than today’s!

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Baltimore City Public Schools, Maryland Chief Operating Officer

Participates in the planning and implementation of policies and programs for these departments at the executive level. Responsible for providing leadership for the 21st Century Buildings Plan.... more

Baltimore City Public Schools, Maryland Executive Director of 21st Century Buildings

The Executive Director – 21st Century Buildings will be responsible for the total management of the 21st Century Building Plan to include; the building campaign, Capital improvement plan and MOU Partners.... more

Baltimore City Public Schools, Maryland Executive Director – Engagement

Oversees all engagement plans and strategies to support and carryout the mission and vision of the CEO and the Board of School Commissioners.… more

Baltimore City Public Schools, Maryland Executive Director of 21st Century Buildings

The Executive Director – 21st Century Buildings will be responsible for the total management of the 21st Century Building Plan to include; the building campaign, Capital improvement plan and MOU Partners…. more

Baltimore City Public Schools, Maryland Executive Director – Organizational Development

Provides leadership, management, administrative and professional work in the development and execution of a strategic organizational development (OD) program for Baltimore City Public Schools that enable the district to excel in achieving goals.… more

Broward County Public Schools, Florida Director, Charter Schools Management/Support

Areas Of Responsibility And Preferred Qualifications Will Include:
Experience with both school districts and charter schools.
Experience as a school-based administrator.
Progressively more responsible experience in administrative roles over the past five years.
Knowledge of charter school state statute and responsibilities.
Bilingual skills…. more

Fayette County Public Schools, Kentucky Interim Associate Director of Technology for Technology Support

Provides management and coordination of the technology support services of the district….more

Guilford County Schools, North Carolina Chief Performance Officer 

Reporting to the Superintendent, the Chief Performance Officer (CPO) provides strategic vision, leadership and direction that enables the district to understand and communicate the student outcomes achieved, the impact of core district strategies, and implications for continued improvement. The CPO plays a vital function by providing data to help inform improvements for students, developing systems and tools to track progress towards district goals and providing the analysis that enables district leaders to have a deeper understanding of the current state, to challenge current assumptions, and to spur reflective dialogue and innovative thinking that move efforts forward more effectively….more

Guilford County Schools, North Carolina Executive Director-Choice Schools & Programs

Reporting directly to the Chief Innovation Officer, the Executive Director of Choice Schools & Programs is a critical leadership role that directly affects the direction for the development/design, planning, implementation, evaluation, and support of the District’s equitable portfolio of non-traditional instructional programs. The Executive Director will support the Chief Innovation Officer in coordinating the efforts of the GCS board, principals, parents and families to ensure each Guilford County student has the opportunity and access to the best instructional model that allows high achievement to ensure college and career readiness….more

Guilford County Schools, North Carolina Director I-Extended Learning (ACES)

Under limited supervision, performs a variety of supervisory and administrative tasks guiding the development, implementation and advancement of the After-School Care Enrichment Services (ACES) Program in the district’s elementary schools and summer programming K-12. Employee is responsible for providing leadership to develop, grow and sustain best practices in after-school and summer programming to enable the district’s extended learning programs to support the district’s Strategic Plan and to meet North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education (NC-DCDEE) required standards. Work involves providing comprehensive professional development for ACES and extended learning staff, supporting, assisting and advising ACES site coordinators and school principals, designing and implementing effective business, operations and staffing procedures and systems, preparing and administering program budgets, compiling, reviewing and analyzing various program data, and repairing and presenting program reports. Employee monitors the overall effectiveness of extended learning programs, takes appropriate steps to ensure established policies and procedures are followed, and promotes program improvements. Employee supervises certified and administrative staff across all extended learning programs. Employee reports to the Executive Director of Federal and Special Programs….more

Guilford County Schools, North Carolina Director II-EC Secondary School Support

Under limited supervision, performs a variety of supervisory and administrative tasks in overseeing and monitoring the operation of programs for secondary exceptional students in the Guilford County Schools. The role of this position is to assist the Assistant Superintendent of Exceptional Children in planning, developing, and implementing a comprehensive program for students with disabilities, which assesses the needs of students, establishes objectives and priorities, assigns responsibilities to staff, and develops strategies to achieve stated objectives and evaluate programs. Reports to the Assistant Superintendent of Special Education….more

Guilford County Schools, North Carolina Director-Policy Development

The Director–Policy Development leads Guilford County Schools (GCS) in the development of policies and administrative regulations that will improve learning and life outcomes for students by aligning GCS’s policies with the Superintendent’s priorities and the district’s strategic plan. Reporting to the Chief of Staff, the Director–Policy Development will be an integral part of the organization’s leadership team. The Director works closely with the Superintendent, Chief of Staff and Board of Education’s Policy Committee, as well as with other district officials, senior leaders and principal to improve outcomes through systems change….more

Guilford County Schools, North Carolina Director-Grants Acquisition

Under limited supervision, performs supervisory, administrative, and professional work to assist the District in the area of grants. Employee is responsible for identifying and writing grants for the school system and conducting any special projects requested. Reports to the appropriate supervisor….more

Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), District of Columbia Multilingual Specialist

The Multilingual Specialist sits within the Division of Teaching and Learning and is tasked with developing a long-term vision for multilingual education in the District in collaboration with varying agencies and other education stakeholders to ensure access to multilingual programming from early childhood to careers…. more

Indianapolis Public Schools, Indiana Director of Elementary Learning

The Director of Elementary Learning plays a critical role in strengthening the district’s efforts to ensure alignment across all academic functions in order to improve learning outcomes of all students in the IPS Title I eligible elementary schools. The Director of Elementary Learning collaborates closely with district leadership and across functional teams to develop the capacity of elementary school leadership teams, to identify and curate external resources as the district moves to expanded school-based autonomy. The person in this role will serve as a key connector between the Curriculum & Instruction, School Supervision, and school leadership teams to ensure aligned execution of district priorities that is grounded in effective curricular and pedagogical decisions at the school level…. more

Mississippi Schools for the Blind and Deaf, Mississippi Superintendent (Non-State Service)

This is administrative work in directing and coordinating the affairs of the Mississippi Schools for the Blind and Deaf. The incumbent in this class is responsible for carrying out approved policies of the State Board of Education and state and federal rules and regulations governing the institution… more

Mississippi Achievement School District, Mississippi Educ-Deputy State Superintendent (Non-State Service) 

The Superintendent of the ASD will have a unique opportunity to work with state and local leaders to design educational opportunities for students that will transform schools. Primarily, this position will develop and execute Mississippi’s strategy to take over and dramatically improve the performance of the State’s chronically underperforming school districts. .. more

Orange County Public Schools, Florida •  Senior Director, Digital Learning

To manage the provision of information and the assistance with instructional technology, curriculum standards, and curriculum compliance issues toward achieving priorities in response to needs identified in the learning communities and at the school and classroom levels.… more

San Antonio Independent School District, Texas • Director – Purchasing

Assist Associate Superintendent for Finance and Business Operations with purchasing, warehousing and contract management/administration for the school district…. more

Spring Branch Independent School District, Texas Community Superintendent

Community Superintendent should understand and constantly exhibit effective practices in relation to areas including but not limited to instructional leadership, development of leaders, change leadership, customer service and community relations…. more

Tulsa Public Schools, Oklahoma Executive Director of Exceptional Student Services

The Executive Director for Exceptional Student Support Services serves in a leadership role in carrying out management, administrative and supervisory functions to plan, develop, implement and monitor student intervention services to all eligible children and families as required by the Individual with Disabilities Education Act. Key areas of focus include proactive planning of resources, staff and budget, advocating for necessary resources and ensuring the department goals are aligned to district priorities, encompass necessary compliance requirements and are tracked and reported upon regularly. Key areas of responsibility include staffing recommendations from all fund types to implement the services required by students on IEP/504 plans and oversight of data collection and reporting procedures related to District, state and federal compliance. Additionally the Executive Director serves as an advocate of children with disabilities in the design and implementation of district-wide policies and procedures, monitors and tracks the effectiveness of the implementation, and makes recommendations for policy or procedure changes based on the data. The Executive Director is also responsible for developing and fostering positive working relationships with school, district, state, federal and community agencies…. more