The District Superintendent serves as the liaison of the New York State Education Department to 12 public school districts within Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties. In this State role, the District Superintendent supports the implementation of State Education Law, the policies of the State Board of Regents, Commissioner’s regulations, and attends to special assignments at the request of the Commissioner. The District Superintendent is considered a state employee and reports to the Commissioner of Education.
As Executive Officer of Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES, the District Superintendent is responsible for providing leadership to school districts within the supervisory district. In this capacity, the District Superintendent plans, administers, supervises and evaluates the regional support services and educational programs provided by the BOCES at the request of its 12 component districts. In addition, the District Superintendent assists the component school districts in the recruitment and selection of school superintendents as needed. The Executive Officer of Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES is accountable to a 12-member board.
The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader who has served previously as a superintendent or central office administrator. He or she should possess outstanding personal and professional characteristics, a strong educational background and be a highly effective communicator.
Credentials: NYS Certification School District Administrator/Leader
Deadline for all application materials is May 2, 2019.
Anticipated start date for employment is no later than September 15, 2019.
Additional Salary Information: based on candidate's credentials & experience
About Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES
The OHM BOCES services 12 school districts in central New York. Instructional programs offered by the OHM BOCES include career & technical education, school-to-work programs, Middle Settlement Academy (alternative education), Bridges (special education), summer school and itinerant services. OHM BOCES also provides services in information technology, program and professional development and a variety of administrative services, including central business office, human resources, safety, school food service and records management.