Opportunities Outside of the AIU

  • Data and Information Specialist - Shaler School District
    12-month position, Shaler Area School District. Enrollment approx. 3,800 students. Bachelor’s Degree or Associates Degree in equivalent area of study required. 2 years of experience in a related job/industry. The Data and Information Specialist (DIS) will primarily be responsible for completing all state and federal reports (PIMS, CRDC, Safe Schools, and other required yearly reports), overseeing security video surveillance systems, administration of Prosoft employee and accounting management system, the upkeep and troubleshooting of cafeteria point of sale, and other tasks as assigned by the Coordinator of Technology.

    This position reports to the Coordinator of Technology and works closely with the Coordinator of Technology, Network and Systems Administrator, PIMS secretary, and the Security and School Resource Officers. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience with benefits based upon the Act 93 agreement employment.

    Persons interested in being considered as applicants for this FT Act 93 position should notify Dr. Bryan O’Black, Deputy Superintendent by submitting a letter of application, salary requirements and current resume. Deadline for such notification is June 10, 2022. EOE

     

    Director of Human Resources and Accountability – Norwin School District (Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania)

    Position available beginning July 1, 2022. Enrollment approximately 5,300; grades K-12; approximately $80 million budget. This position is part of the Executive Leadership Team for Norwin School District and reports directly to the Superintendent.

    Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Employee Relations OR Master’s or Doctoral Degree in educational administration. Required experience: minimum of five (5) years of human resources experience (public or private sector) OR a minimum of three (3) years of school district central office experience with human resources. 

    Must be knowledgeable about staffing/recruiting, on-boarding, contract negotiations, employee relations, labor unions, federal/state regulations, employment laws, benefits administration, and data technology coordination. Experience with school safety/security and federal/state mandated reporting accountability is value-added. 

    The successful candidate must be able to lead and manage the human resources department  while increasing capacity, accountability, and efficiency for improved effectiveness among administrative, professional, and District personnel. Salary range: $120,000 to $132,000 with a highly competitive compensation package, negotiable based on experience, knowledge, skills, certifications, and abilities.

    Interested applicants should apply online at www.norwinsd.org by selecting the Human Resource Department, click on Employment Opportunities and then the Online Job Application icon.  Current Acts 24, 34, 151, FBI, Act 126 Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Training (Parts I and II), and Act 168 Background Checks will be required upon offer of employment.  Hard copy applications should not be submitted. 

     DEADLINE:  Friday, May 27, 2022