Individuals with a K-12 Principal License, enrolled in an administrative program, or that have K-12 administrative experience, especially at the high school level, are encouraged to apply.
Start Date: January 3, 2022, or earlier, if possible
• Assists the principal with overall administration of instructional programs and school operations
• Encourages, supports, and assists in building and maintaining a culture that evidences high expectations for respect, compassion, intellectual engagement, and professionalism
• Takes an active role in school excellence, student achievement, and continuous improvement
• Approachable, accessible, and maintains high visibility, especially during student contact days
• Communicates sensitively and fairly; effectively addresses concerns and complaints, resolves problems, and makes referrals when necessary
• Serves as the school’s 504 Plan Facilitator
• Addresses student attendance and behavior issues according to policies and procedures; approaches and applies student discipline with the intention of improving student attendance and behavior and resolving issues
• Assists with teacher observations and evaluations
• Conducts research and collects and analyzes data to provide recommendations for action
• Conducts trainings and professional development, as needed
• Assists with, attends, and supervises school-sponsored events
• Other duties as assigned
• Ability to be a leader, think strategically, and realize goals and objectives
• Energy and enthusiasm to go “above and beyond” what is expected
• Excellent technical, organization, and time management skills; superior attention to detail
• Impeccable interpersonal and communication skills; a good listener
• Able to inspire, motivate, and be trusted by colleagues
• Ability to be discreet, maintain confidentiality, and exercise good judgment
• Ability to be proactive, work independently, and quickly adapt to changing work priorities
• Knowledge, skill, and ability to take appropriate actions and make sound decisions
• Ability to remain positive, calm, and professional under pressure
• $75,000 minimum; dependent on prior experience and qualifications
• Full-Time; 225 duty days
• Single benefits – 100% employer paid
• Family benefits – employer contribution
• Paid holidays, as well as paid personal and sick leave
Where to Apply
Please complete the online application at https://spcpa.org/about/employment/current-career-opportunities/.
Application Deadline: Open until filled
Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
SPCPA ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, marital status, status with regard to
public assistance, familial status, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation, or age.
Any individual needing assistance in completing an online application for any opening,
please contact us directly.
Imagine a high school unlike any other ….
Pre-professional performing arts training completely guided by current working professional artists
Demanding college preparatory academic coursework taught by traditionally licensed instructors
Available for free to all who have a passion for the performing arts
* Students choose to come to SPCPA from over 125 different zip codes
* There is no audition, students are leveled by technical ability in arts classes
* The academic program offers honors and on-level classes, College in the Schools, and AP
* Extracurricular activities are limited
* Students who attend SPCPA are treated as if they ALL will eventually become professional actors, dancers, singers, and musicians AND attend college or conservatory.
SPCPA’s VISION is to deliver a high-end, high-bar, conservatory-style/college-prep program to students across the vastest imaginable range of skill levels and backgrounds. Therefore, we entrust our academic faculty to understand our unique student population and encourage wholehearted support of our school’s values.
What do we believe? Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists values…
– preparing students for college and trains them as future practitioners of the arts.
– stimulating and sustaining interest in arts and academics as a source of truth and insight into the human condition.
– constructing a creative environment where risks may be safely taken and where creators take responsibility for our vision.
– encouraging students to use their physical, sensory, and intellectual potential to explore ideas and raise questions.
– honoring individual discovery within a collaborative spirit.