Successor Superintendent: Voorhees Township, NJ
The Voorhees Township Public Schools seeks an outstanding educational leader to serve as successor Superintendent of Schools beginning on or before April 1, 2022.
Located in Camden County, NJ, the Township of Voorhees is 11.6 square miles and has a population of approximately 30,000. The Township was named in honor of Governor Foster McGowan Voorhees in 1899. Voorhees Township is a New Jersey suburb in the Greater Philadelphia Metropolitan Area.
The Voorhees Township Public Schools serve approximately 3,000 students in grades pre-K - 8 in 5 schools. The mission of the Voorhees Public School Community is to value the varied and unique contributions, needs, and experiences of its members. While promoting an environment of respect among all people, it provides instructional delivery systems that nurture the potential of students, giving them the ability to become successful adults. The Board of Education strongly upholds the expectation that all students will achieve the New Jersey Student Learning Standards at all grade levels.
The schools in Voorhees are highly ranked on every list relating to quality education; including ranking in the top 10% of all schools in New Jersey for employing the highest quality teachers. The board members are looking for an innovative leader to recognize and continue the great work that is currently happening while leading the district into the post-pandemic era and commit to the process of continual improvement.
Specific desired leadership characteristics and qualifications are expected to be available and posted on or around November 16, 2021. Candidates must possess a New Jersey School Administrator Certificate or be immediately eligible to obtain the same.
A multi-year contract will be offered with a salary in the range of $215,000 per annum subject to negotiation based on qualifications and experience. All interested candidates should apply at https://hyasearch.com/job/superintendent-voorhees-township-nj/ Applications will be received through December 24, 2021.