New York Military Academy is a leading boarding school with a rich history of 130 years. The mission of New York Military Academy is to develop all cadets in academic work, mind, body and character to prepare them for further education and to be effective leaders and responsible citizens.
The duties and responsibilities of the Superintendent shall include working with the Board of Trustees and the followings:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Planning and Administration
Approves and administers rules and procedures.
Presents financial plans and annual budgets to the Board to achieve the objectives of the school.
Devises the teaching and non-teaching positions needed to implement the school's programs, and selects and employs competent personnel to fill these positions.
Determines standards and takes appropriate steps to measure and maintain reasonable performance and professional growth among immediate subordinates and, through them, all employees; disciplines those who fail to meet the standards.
Enrollment and Recruitment
Recommends enrollment objectives with respect to student numbers, character, and quality — and executes programs to achieve them.
Establishes standards and procedures for student admissions and dismissals.
Fund Raising and Relationship Management
Advises and assists the Board with respect to fund-raising needs and plans.
Coordinates fund-raising efforts and events and becomes personally involved in the cultivation and solicitation of major prospects, as needed.
Encourages meaningful alumni, parent and past parent participation in events that aid and support the goals of the school.
Requirements of Education and Experiences
Master’s Degree or higher preferred.
Minimum of ten years of previous experience in education administration required.
Past military service preferred.
International experiences preferred.
Internal Number: 001
About New York Military Academy
New York Military Academy, established in 1889 in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, is a college preparatory school for day and boarding students in grades 8 through 12. A curriculum grounded in classical disciplines, NYMA is dedicated to a substantive process of developing young leaders who are prepared for success and fulfillment in college. Historically the campus has embraced an international student body and has always insisted on high standards for math and science.