The National Christian School Association (NCSA) is seeking application for its first full-time President. NCSA seeks, as its new President, a deeply committed Christian, a servant leader and an active member in Churches of Christ. The successful candidate will be fully committed to educational excellence and promote the critical importance of keeping Christ at the heart of every aspect of education at preschool through college levels. The next President should be an independent self-starter. Experience as a chief administrator at a Christian school is preferred. An adept public speaker, a proven fundraiser, with current knowledge in educational trends, and accreditation is required. While an earned doctorate is preferable, an earned master’s degree with extensive experience in Christian school administration will be considered. The President will be expected to provide Christ-centered leadership in developing programs and achieving NCSA goals. He/She will be the Association’s “public face” to Christian colleges, the larger education community and governmental entities. He/She will attend all Board meetings, plan the annual NCSA conference, and be responsible for executing all Board policies, and other duties as assigned by the NCSA Board.
Send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a list of at lest five professional references by December 18, 2015 to:
Dr, Royce Money, Consultant
NCSA Presidential Search Committee
Hunter Welcome Center
ACU Box 29119
Abilene TX 79699-9119 email@example.com
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Madison Academy - Upper School Principal (8/17/15)
Upper School Principal- Grades 7-12 : The secondary school principal at Madison Academy is responsible to the president for the daily operation of the secondary school. The principal is to work in cooperation with the president and administrative team assuring the vision, mission, and core values of Madison Academy are upheld. Leadership is to be viewed as a calling, accompanied with a teachable spirit, and a proven capacity to work effectively with others in order to commit to, embrace, and promote a common trajectory for the school community. The secondary school principal must possess a love and passion for children that overflows, connects with, and enfolds the students at Madison Academy into a Christian community. Additionally, the secondary school principal must express great joy in this vocation that is demonstrated to others. He/She will be expected to effectively and regularly communicate to a diverse audience in a wide variety of ways, discerningly steward financial resources toward a preferred future, and to effectively lead a strong and dynamic school faculty, providing them with effective instructional leadership framed in a Christian worldview.