The Coatesville Area School District (CASD) is seeking an exceptional educational leader to be its next Superintendent of Schools.
The Coatesville Area School District has an operating budget of over $151 million. The district is responsible for the education of approximately 5500 students in nine school buildings and a cyber academy.
The district is offering a multi-year contract that features a regionally competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. Candidates must possess, or be eligible for, a Pennsylvania Superintendent Letter of Eligibility. The target date for employment is summer 2020. Review of applications will begin in March 2020.
Located in historic and beautiful Chester County, the district serves the City of Coatesville, the Boroughs of Modena and South Coatesville and Caln Township, East Fallowfield Township, Sadsbury Township, Valley Township, West Brandywine Township and West Caln Township.
The Board desires a dynamic and innovative leader who has a strong academic background, experience managing an administrative team, and proven financial leadership. Candidates should demonstrate excellent communication skills and strong leadership in proactive decision-making and consensus building, and experience in managing and balancing a budget. Three years of experience as a superintendent or assistant superintendent in a culturally diverse school district preferred.
If you are interested in applying, please send a letter of interest and application materials to Dr. George F. Fiore, Chester County Intermediate Unit, 455 Boot Road, Downingtown, PA 19335. For more information, please contact Dr. Fiore at 484-237-5010 or email him at CASDSuptSearch@cciu.org. All applications will be kept completely confidential.
About Chester County Intermediate Unit
The Chester County Intermediate Unit provides services to the 12 school districts in Chester County. This includes services to nearly 86,000 public and non-public school students and over 6,000 educators. CCIU's major services include: special education and compensatory education programs; career, technical and customized education; mentor training and staff development; technology initiatives; consortia for school business operations; and curriculum services.
The Chester County Intermediate Unit is one of 29 regional educational agencies established by law in Pennsylvania in 1971. Working between the Pennsylvania State Department of Education and the local school districts, the intermediate unit's mission is to provide services that can be offered most economically at the regional level.