As chief executive officer of the Onondaga Cortland Madison BOCES, the district superintendent is responsible for providing leadership to the 23 component school districts within the supervisory district. In this capacity, the district superintendent plans, administers, supervises, and evaluates the instructional and management services provided by the BOCES at the request of these districts. Drawing from various resources, the district superintendent is also available to consult with school districts on a variety of educational topics, including board-administration relationships, management and planning, and school boundaries. The district superintendent also serves as the liaison for the New York State Education Department for the component districts. In this role, the district superintendent supports the implementation of State Education Law, the policies of the Board of Regents and Commissioner's regulations. In addition, the district superintendent assists the component school in the recruitment of school superintendents as needed. The district superintendent is accountable to an 11-member board of education.
All materials are due by July 10, 2020, in the office of:
Stephen J. Todd, District Superintendent
Jefferson-Lewis BOCES 20104 State Route 3, Watertown, NY 13601
The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader, with an impeccable service record highlighted by integrity, outstanding personal and professional characteristics, and a strong educational background. Highly respected service as a district leader is preferred. The candidate must be well-versed in New York State's educational systems, including education law requirements and regulations; be aware of the operational and financial aspects of a BOCES; be skilled in oral, written and multi-media presentations; have strong interpersonal skills, have the ability to anticipate needs and be strategic, innovative, transformational, entrepreneurial and forward-thinking.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with the scope of this leadership position and the experience of the candidate, up to the limit of the district superintendent salary cap