At a Glance:
About the Role
❖ Possesses excellent interpersonal skills, presents a positive image of the district, will listen to input and is an
empathetic decision maker.
❖ Possesses the leadership skills, knowledge and sensitivity required to respond to the opportunities and
challenges presented by a diverse student body and community.
❖ Has a strong moral compass that is rooted in justice and equality.
❖ Is a strong communicator in speaking, listening and writing.
❖ Is able to build consensus and commitment among individuals and groups.
❖ Is able to delegate and oversee the work of staff (i.e. leading by example) and appropriately maintain
❖ Is strongly committed to a “student centered” philosophy in all decisions.
❖ Is able to lead district diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
❖ Possesses the ability to enhance student performance, especially in identifying and closing or narrowing the
gaps in student achievement and opportunity.
❖ Promotes a positive and professional environment that includes mutual trust and respect among faculty, staff,
administrators and Board.
❖ Has classroom experience in a K-12 setting
The candidate must have or be able to obtain a valid Montana certification with Superintendent’s endorsement as required by the Montana Office of Public Instruction. More information about Montana’s accreditation process is available at http://opi.mt.gov/t.
Enrollment of District
The salary will be in the range of $175,000.00 to $195,000.00 plus includes an excellent comprehensive benefits package. The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications and meeting Board criteria.
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