Green Woods Charter School
Green Woods Charter School CEO Search
We are excited to kick off our CEO search and bring Green Woods Charter School into the future with an exciting and innovative curriculum and leader.
Green Woods Charter School (GWCS) provides children in grades K through 8 with the opportunity to be active, knowledgeable, and conscientious young investigators by fostering a keen understanding of the interrelatedness and interdependence of our local and global existence; creating active young stewards of the natural world. Children at GWCS understand that learning is an ongoing process requiring a strong foundation. Children will use their special talents and knowledge to constantly improve themselves, their learning, their school, and the environment.
The CEO will serve as the school’s chief administrative official, providing overall leadership and direction for GWCS. The CEO will be responsible for driving the current strategic priorities of the organization, as well as setting the direction for the future. The CEO will also lead efforts to build greater awareness locally and beyond of the incredible work that is happening at GWCS. The CEO will help ensure success for GWCS students through establishing best in class instructional and operational programs (finance, facilities, etc.). In addition to internal leadership, the CEO will serve as a true brand ambassador, deepening existing external relationships, and building new partnerships (district partners, donors, education leaders, etc.). The CEO will report to the Board of Directors and partner closely with the school leadership and other key GWCS leaders.
Please see the full job description at https://www.greenwoodscharter.org/apps/news/article/938032 and share with your networks. Resumes can be sent to our HR consultant, Molly (Martin) Farley at MFConsultantsLLC@gmail.com.
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