The Board of Education of the Waterville Central School District invites interested, qualified educators to submit applications for the position of Superintendent of Schools. The search process will be conducted over the next several months. The successful candidate should be available to assume the position on or about February 15, 2021.
The Board is being assisted in the selection by Dr. Patricia Kilburn, District Superintendent of the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES, who will work with the Board of Education to screen applicants and make recommendations regarding candidates. The Board will make all decisions concerning the selection process, the evaluation of candidates and the final appointment. The Board will make every effort to ensure a confidential search until the finalist phase of the selection process.
The Waterville Central School District services approximately 850 students in two schools with 135 employees and an annual operating budget of approximately $19 million.
The district is seeking a highly qualified educational leader to serve as Superintendent of Schools. The successful candidate will have a strong background in curriculum, instruction and assessment. He or she will possess excellent communication skills, be a dynamic leader, have an understanding of educational finance and budgeting. He or she must also demonstrate a strong commitment to academic excellence and building strong staff and community relations. NYS SDA or SDL required. Salary range commensurate with experience.
To apply, send letter of interest, resume and copy of certification and completed application and placement folder by October 23, 2020, to:
Patricia N. Kilburn, Ed.D., District Superintendent Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES Box 70 Middle Settlement Road New Hartford, NY 13413 E-mail: WatervilleSuptSearch@oneida-boces.org Tel: 315.793.8560 Online application: www.oneida-boces.org/employment/instruct_employ.htm EOE
About Waterville Central School District
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.