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Northeast Regional Positions

This page contains a listing of superintendent and other CEO vacancies in public schools out of state (Northeast/MidAtlantic region).  Vacancies and available positions listings are posted upon request and review.  PASA reserves the right not to publish an open position. To request a vacancy announcement posting on this web site, send a message to the Webmaster or call PASA at (717) 540-4448. Please include your phone number with your e-mail request. Information needed includes: position, entity, contact name/address, and application deadline. For additional out-of-state listings, try the AASA Career Center.
Last Update: September 22, 2017
For more information on these positions, send correspondence directly to the listed contacts. Openings listed in order of application deadline.
School Administrative Unit 21 

Hampton, New Hampshire 
To Apply: Click here to access the online application.
Deadline: Screening of applications will begin on or about 11/27/17.
Contact for Information: 
Dr. Ken DeBenedictis 
SAU 21 (Hampton, New Hampshire) Superintendent Search 
New England School Development Council 
28 Lord Road 
Marlborough, MA 01752 
(508) 481-9444
Email: search@nesdec.org
About the Position:
Serves Hampton Falls, North Hampton, South Hampton, Seabrook, and the Winnacunnet Cooperative High School (Hampton, 9-12). SAU 21 serves students in Hampton (9-12), Hampton Falls, North Hampton, South Hampton (K-8) and Seabrook. The communities enjoy desirable coastal living and the best that New England has to offer, providing easy access to metropolitan areas such as Boston, Portland, Manchester, and Portsmouth. The beautiful open spaces and coastal areas attract a number of business and career professionals who value quality of life and strongly support the school districts. The communities educate students in grades PreK-8; Winnacunnet Cooperative District serves grades 9-12. Active involvement and strong community support are hallmarks of SAU 21. Exciting program opportunities result in a tradition of nurturing students to their fullest potential. The successful candidate must have proven experience as a teacher and school administrator, including central office responsibilities. An advanced degree is required, and a doctorate is preferred. New Hampshire certification or eligibility for certification as a school superintendent is necessary. The School Board offers a multi-year contract with a competitive salary and benefits package for the region, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Start date of July 1, 2018.