Fort Wayne Community Schools is hiring multiple Principals and Assistant Principals at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Visit our online job board to see all available opportunities.
Serves as an educational leader, guides instructional service necessary to educate all students to high standards and ensure that all students meet Internationally Benchmarked Common Core Standards linked to Indiana's Academic Standards and aligned with federal, state, and district standards, requirements, laws, and regulations.
Must possess a valid Indiana teaching license and an Indiana administrator license for the grade levels assigned. Must be able to legally operate a motor vehicle.
Candidate must have documented knowledge of district used data software and the ability to analyze and synthesize data. Must possess knowledge of effective practices including principles, theories, procedures and techniques used in lesson plan development and classroom instruction in order to guide instruction in the building.
Prefer Candidate that has completed the Fort Wayne Community Schools Administrative Intern Program or has previous successful middle school administrative experience. Must have a minimum of four years of successful classroom teaching experience, preferably in a large urban district. Must demonstrate highly effective organizational, interpersonal, data analysis, and leadership skills. Must have effective written and verbal communication skills.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Salary Range: $45,000 - $116,489
FWCS offers a competitive benefits package including paid time off (holidays, vacation, personal business, personal illness, family illness), health insurance, long term disability, basic term life insurance, retirement, and various optional benefits.
Fort Wayne Community Schools is the largest public school corporation in Indiana serving nearly 30,000 students in 50 schools. Our mission is to educate all students to high standards, enabling them to become productive, responsible citizens. Fort Wayne Community Schools invests in its teachers and administrators by providing comprehensive professional learning and various systems of support.
Fort Wayne is the second largest city in Indiana with a population of 264,000. Residents enjoy a vibrant arts and music culture, an extensive network of parks and trails, low cost of living, high quality schools and universities, and a wealth of family-friendly amenities.