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Director of Community Education – District Education Center              JobID: 6642

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Position Type:
Administration/Director of Community Education

Date Posted:

District Education Center

Date Available:

Closing Date:
Open Until Filled

Director of Community Education
District Education Center

For more information please contact: District Superintendent, Lisa Sayles-Adams @

Start Date: 07/01/2021
Banded/Graded: D-6-2
Salary Range: $153,000 – $157,806
Days/Hours: 260 days; Full-Time; Year-Round
Responsible To:  Superintendent of Eastern Carver County Schools

Application review process to begin April 23, 2021

Position Purpose:  To provide leadership in development of programs and services through community education; management of community education operations; and District 112 initiatives in support of overall district mission, philosophy and goals.


Bachelor’s degree in related field – Master’s degree preferred
Currently holds an Administrative license as Director of Community Education
Minimum 5 years of experience as a Community Education Supervisor, Manager, Coordinator, or Director.
Excellent record of past performance applicable to performing the duties of the position (i.e. budget management)
Major Job Functions, Specific Tasks, Required Knowledge, Abilities and Skills: See attachment
Benefits of Employment as of July 1, 2020:  This position is posted as a full time (8 hrs/day, 12 month) position.  Eligible for benefits as negotiated with the Directors and District 112.  The position is not eligible for overtime or comp time.

Background check will be conducted.

If you are changing positions or the number of hours you work, you benefits may change.  Please make sure to check the eligibility as listed in the above agreement.

If recommended for employment, applicant will provide proof of legal right to work in the United States if required.

Application Procedure:
Please apply online at: (only online applications will be accepted).

April 15th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

FAIRMONT AREA SCHOOLS is seeking a full-time CER Director, effective for the 2021-22 school year.  The Director must hold Minnesota Administrative Licensure as Community Education Director through the Minnesota Department of Education or must obtain licensure by June 30, 2022.  Comprehensive benefit package available.  Salary negotiable, but no less than $60,000.  Job description attached.   Position open until filled.  Apply online at

Director of Community Education and Recreation
The Director of Community Education and Recreation shall develop, coordinate and
supervise overall operation and staff of the Fairmont Community Education and Recreation
Program. The Director shall be responsible for the administration of a comprehensive
educational, recreational and community service program utilizing school-community
cooperation. Strengthening Community through fostering Cooperation, Collaboration,
Networking and Partnerships to benefit the citizens of the area is an important facet of the
The Director of Community Education and Recreation shall be directly responsible
to the Superintendent of Schools and shall perform such tasks as deemed necessary for an
effective and comprehensive CER Program.

The Director shall possess a minimum of a four-year baccalaureate degree in community
education, education, or related field. Background experience essential to implementing and
maintaining a successful CER program is recommended. Excellent communication, problem
solving, decision making, fiscal management, time management, organizational skills and
community leadership experience. Grant writing experience also recommended.
The Director must hold Minnesota Administrative Licensure as Community Education
Director through the Minnesota Department of Education Personnel Licensing Section or must
obtain licensure by June 30, 2022.

• Promote positive public relations and excellent customer service with all populations in the
• Direct the overall process of community education and recreation development
• Responsible for the administration of a comprehensive community services program
• Organize and facilitate a representative Citizens Advisory Council on Community
Services as required by state legislation (MS s 121.86)
• Promote maximum, efficient and respectful use of city and school facilities, equipment and
other resources.
• Continually strive to follow a policy to reduce and/or eliminate program duplication.
• Serve as CER representative or liaison to community, city, school, county, state and other
community entities for the purpose of cooperation, collaboration, community engagement
and networking to share program ideas, build partnerships and improve program services.
• Monitor the administration and community services funding of the Community Education
and Recreation Program to ensure compliance with established school policy, state
guidelines and legislation.
• Submit annual state reports as required by Minnesota Department of Education.
• Establish offerings and service for all ages in educational, recreational, service and
enrichment opportunities including recruitment and hiring of appropriate staff.
• Identify the availability of public and private funding resources including grants and review
eligibility guidelines as well as potential collaborations to consider.

April 13th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Community Education Director
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Category: Administration/Administrator (Director, Coordinator, Manager)
Date Posted: 4/9/2021
Location: Community Education
Date of Availability: July 1, 2021
Date Closing: Open Until Filled

Bachelor’s degree in education administration or related field required, Master’s degree preferred.
PreK-Adult Community Education Director license required.
Successful background check required.

Thorough knowledge of community education department operation and management, program area needs in the community, state and federal community education funding, community programs and related rules and regulations, principles and practices of facility planning, programming, and operations. Ability to maintain order in a public facility, the ability to plan, supervise, and evaluate work of others and the effectiveness of program offerings, the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with participants, associates, and the general public.

Specific Tasks:
60% Leadership and Supervision
30% Department Operations
10% Professional Development

This position provides leadership in the development, publications, and coordination of Community Education programs and services, with the goal of optimizing the use of school district facilities, programs, and personnel for the benefit of all community members. See the attached job description for more details.

Hours per day:
Full time, year round salaried position
Competitive salary: $90,000-$120,000 DOE
Benefits include: medical ($900 out of pocket max for single, $1500 out of pocket max for family), dental, and optical insurance, supplemental insurance available through Aflac (we have the lowest rates in the industry!), district-paid life insurance policy (two times your salary), retirement plan options, flexible spending account, district-paid long-term disability coverage, free employee assistance program, PTO, paid holidays, and more! Apply online today!
Cambridge-Isanti Schools uses the applicant tracking system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online.

April 13th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Facilities Use Coordinator                                                        JobID: 11257

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Position Type:
Administration/Facilities Use Coordinator

Date Posted:

District Wide

Date Available:

Eden Prairie Schools is dedicated to hiring the best!

Eden Prairie Schools, home of the Eagles, is an incredible place for students to learn and grow. This district has enjoyed a long-standing reputation of excellence that is built on high expectations for our students and staff.  We believe it is our purpose to create an environment of care and support where each student is inspired every day. We do this best by knowing each of our learners as individuals, recognizing their skills and motivations, and pushing them to excel.

More than 8,400 diverse student learners are provided an exceptional educational experience throughout the district’s five Elementary Schools (PreK-5), Spanish Immersion School (PreK-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), Transition Program, and K-12 Online School.  Our dedicated administrative staff are caring, knowledgeable and a vital facet of our Eagle Nation.

Why be a supervisor/specialist in Eden Prairie Schools?

Our supervisors & specialists lead our staff and students throughout buildings and in programs.
We value diversity and inclusion, collaboration and learning from multiple perspectives.

Ready to inspire?  Come join Eden Prairie Schools!

We are currently seeking exceptional candidates for a Facilities Use Coordinator in our Community Education Department.

The strongest candidate will:

Inspire each student to learn continuously
Demonstrate intrinsic value
Have individual gifts and talents
Contribute to the benefit of the community
Build relationships on mutual trust and respect
Desire to learn and grow through personalized learning


Bachelor’s Degree required.
Three years experience in facility management.

 Benefit Package*:

We offer a highly competitive rewards package that includes:

Compensation & Paid Leave

Salary $76,353
20 paid vacation days/year
Up to paid 14 sick days and 1 paid personal day of leave given yearly
11 paid holidays
Health Insurance

Medical premiums are covered by the district up to 100% for individual plans and up to $1,139 per month toward family plans. Dental premiums are fully covered by the district for individual and family plans. District contributions to VEBA/HRA accounts for select medical plans.
Fully paid life insurance and long-term disability premiums
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) for pre-tax medical and dependent care

403b with a district match of up to 2.25% of annual salary
District contribution of 7.5% to MN Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA)
Professional Development & Support

Opportunities for tuition reimbursement for pre-approved, job-related coursework in pursuit of a degree.
Equity Sponsorship Program
Affinity Groups
*information based on current 2020-2022 EPSS master agreement

Application Process: 

Click the apply button at to start your application and upload your resume.
Learn more about our district at

Eden Prairie Public Schools is committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with all applicable Equal Opportunity laws, directives and regulations of Federal, State and Local governing bodies or agencies.  Eden Prairie Public Schools does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation or age.

April 12th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Community Education Director                JobID: 1344

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Position Type: Administration

Date Posted: 4/5/2021

Location: Delano Community Ed

Date Available: 07/01/2021

Closing Date: 04/21/2021

Community Education Director

Position Description: Delano Public Schools is seeking a highly qualified Community Education Director to support the 21st century learning needs of our growing community. The Director leads a team of program coordinators to develop, manage, and evaluate a comprehensive Community Education program. Program areas include early childhood, childcare, youth and adult enrichment and recreation, aquatics, use of school facilities, and the Tiger Activity Center.

Job Responsibilities:  Please click the attached file to review the full job description and responsibilities.

Licensure Requirements: MN Community Education Director License and a minimum of 3 years related experience, is required.

Application Deadline: The position will remain open until filled; however, applications should be submitted through Frontline by April 21, 2021 for full consideration during the initial search phase.

Application Process: Qualified candidates should apply online at:   

Questions: Any questions regarding this position can be directed via email or phone to: Superintendent Matt Schoen, / 763-972-7612 or HR Coordinator Jenny Lorentz, / 763-972-3365, ext. 1952

April 5th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Community Education Program Coordinator
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Category: Coordinator
Date Posted: 4/14/2021
Location: Community Education
Date of Availability: Approximately April 26, 2021
Date Closing: Open Until Filled
Program Coordinator.pdf
BA or BS.
Experience in Community Education, education, or a related field preferred.
Valid MN driver’s license required.
Successful background check required.

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of offering programs to adults and youth; knowledge of professional practices applicable to pool programs; ability to express ideas effectively both orally and in writing; ability to plan and supervise the work of program staff; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers, clients, supervisors, building staff, teachers, local businesses, media, and the general public.

Specific Tasks:
This position will plan, implement, coordinate, and market programs, classes, and offerings for adults and youth. Ensures pool program staff are current with their required certifications. Hiring and supervising instructors, working with budget, and evaluation of programs are some of the essential functions of this position. See the attached job description for more details.

Hours per day:
Full time, year round.
Position to start approximately April 26, 2021.
Per contract, $45,785 – $48,588 depending on qualifications and experience.
Benefit eligible position: medical ($950 out of pocket max for single coverage and $1500 out of pocket max for family or single +1 coverage), dental, and optical insurance, supplemental insurance available through Aflac (we have the industry’s lowest rates!), flexible spending account, district paid long-term disability coverage, district paid life insurance policy (worth 2 times your salary!), sick days, vacation days, paid holidays, and more!
Cambridge-Isanti Schools uses the applicant tracking system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online.

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March 26th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Independent School District 701, Hibbing, is accepting applications for the following position:

1.0 FTE Early Childhood Coordinator / Teacher

B-Grade 3 Licensure Required

2021-2022 School YearCompetitive salary and benefits.

Special Consideration will be given to applicants who are qualified and willing to coach/direct extra-curricular activities.

I.S.D. 701 is an Equal Opportunity Employer

March 25th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

ISD #2687 (Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted) Schools has the following vacancy:

HLWW Schools is currently seeking a Community Education Director 1.0 (FTE) beginning July 1, 2021.  Salary is negotiable with benefits.

The Community Education Director will manage and coordinate school district Community Education programs including school-aged childcare, youth enrichment, preschool, and district facility use by community groups and youth activities.  The Community Education Director will manage the Community Education budget and resources to best meet the needs of the HLWW School District and community.

The Community Education Director position is a 260-day, year-round, full-time contract.

QUALIFICATIONS: Community Education Director licensure is required.  Those in the process of earning their Director’s License are encouraged to apply.

Application deadline: April 23, 2021

Applicants should submit a letter of application (applicants may direct their letter of application to Superintendent Brad Sellner), resume, three letters of recommendation, a copy of your MN license (and admin license if applicable), and a copy of your transcript, as part of the district application process.

Apply via AppliTrack at:

Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Public Schools, Independent School District 2687, serves the communities of Winsted, Waverly, and Howard Lake. We are dedicated to providing a high quality education for our youth.  With that commitment, we strive for excellence and opportunity for each student in every offering and activity of the school district.

Serving nearly 1200 students, K-12, in two elementary schools (K-4), a middle school (5-8), and a high school (9-12), we strive to offer educational opportunities using a healthy balance between one-to-one technology, hands-on skills, enrichment, and remediation.

We pride ourselves on valuing strong academic achievement, small class sizes, a wide-variety of programs and activities, new and updated facilities, and supportive communities.  Our staff, all the way from the principals, teachers, and paraprofessionals, to our custodians, secretaries, and bus drivers, make teaching and caring for children, our number one priority.

Our mission is to

Ensure a safe and respectful learning environment
Empower all members of our school community
Demand high quality instruction in every classroom
Provide high quality programs at all levels
Hold high expectations for all stakeholders
Build positive relationships
Foster Creativity
Promote critical thinking and problem solving skills
Respect all individuals
Utilize resources efficiently and effectively
We are proud to be the Lakers!  We hope you consider applying to be part of our team!

High School

HLWW High School opened its new facility in 2008.  With a wide-variety of core and elective offerings, our faculty and students create a well-rounded, high achieving, educational program.  With a nationally recognized FFA program, advanced placement courses, college in the schools opportunities and a wide variety of clubs, activities, and student organizations, HLWW High School sets itself apart from the rest of Minnesota high schools.

A 2016 US News and World Report Silver Award Recipient, HLWW High School sets a standard for academic achievement and student excellence.  Through advisory programs, support services, and low staff-to-student ratios, we strive to meet all our students’ needs.

Middle School

HLWW Middle School opened its new facility in 2015.  Serving grades five through eight, our Middle School staff establishes a sound foundation of core subjects, with an emphasis on incorporating a well-balanced approach to literacy.  Students have the opportunity to explore many other subject areas including technology, music (band and choir for all grades), industrial tech, physical education/health, and art.

We offer many different activities and sports for students to participate in and supplement all those experiences with the support of a quality advisory program and support services for all our students’ needs.

Our Middle School facility is second to none, with many state-of-the-art technologies and furnishings.  Our staff is high energy and values the importance of connecting with children so that they feel important, can achieve all they dream, and know that we care about them.

Humphrey & Winsted Elementary

With two elementary schools to serve our three communities, we set out to establish a solid foundation of core academic instruction.   Keeping class sizes low and supplementing with support staff including paraprofessionals, a social worker and a counselor, both Humphrey and Winsted Elementary have created a positive, enriching experience for all our students and families.

Much of what we do as elementary schools is established through strong connections made between staff and students.  Our staff members really get to know each and every child, and through the use of the Nurtured Heart Approach, we make sure that there are adults who look out for the needs of everyone.

Our schools were remodeled and additions were made to both facilities in 2007.  Our student population at both schools continues to grow not only in numbers, but in excitement about all the possibilities our schools make into a reality.

Winners of the United States Department of Education’s National Blue Ribbon (Humphrey 2012 & Winsted 2013), our elementary schools are top notch!

Please check out our employment opportunities and consider contacting us to see what it takes to be a part of our great school!



March 10th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities