We are currently looking for turnaround leaders to join our results-driven team!
Have you led dramatic gains in achievement at a school or district in a time-compressed way? Do you have the time, energy, and passion to help fellow principals do the same? Do you wake up every morning wanting to increase life chances for children?
We warranty our results: student achievement will go up in two years' time or we refund the money!
Over the last 16 years, School Turnaround at The Rensselaerville Institute has partnered with some of the country’s most beleaguered schools and districts. They all have one thing in common: an urgent need to raise student achievement.
School Turnaround helps principals and superintendents immediately improve academic achievement at persistently low-performing schools. We equip school and district leaders with the strategies, tactics, and focus to dramatically improve academic results within two years’ time. Our Turnaround Specialists make this happen as the key intervention agent with the school leadership.
The ideal School Turnaround Specialist:
- Embodies Turnaround with the credibility of having turned around at least one school or district
- Can Build Effective Relationships by investing fully in someone else’s success
- Has Knowledge and Tools to help raise achievement in a time-compressed way
We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, flexible work hours, the opportunity to travel, and a chance to work with a collaborative team who are committed to increasing life chances for children through education and community.
If you are a proven turnaround leader who is ready, willing, and able to share what you know with other leaders, please send your resume and letter of interest to Elke Sorensen.
This position begins as part-time with opportunity to grow into full-time.
Requirement: Must be able to show (with data) evidence of leading a successful school turnaround as either a Principal or Superintendent.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Send resume and letter of interest to Elke Sorensen.