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bulletColumbus City Schools bulletMary Baldwin College, Director, Program for the Exceptionally Gifted

Columbus City Schools (Columbus, OH)

Columbus City Schools (Columbus, OH) has multiple openings for teachers of gifted students for the 2015-2016 school year. Positions include elementary reading and math gifted resource teachers and co-teachers in elementary and middle school classrooms. Interested candidates should possess a valid Ohio educator license with a gifted endorsement OR 6 credit hours toward an endorsement with supplemental license eligibility. Interested teachers should apply online using the “Teacher Certificated Link” at http://ccsoh.us/Employment.aspx. Complete the online application and specifically apply for job 7441 “2015-2016 Gifted and Talented Teacher.” Applicants should notify Colleen Boyle, Supervisor of Gifted & Talented, via email (cboyle@columbus.k12.oh.us) when the application is complete.

Dr. Colleen S. Boyle
Supervisor, Gifted & Talented
Columbus City Schools
873 Walcutt Ave.
Columbus, OH 43219
P: 614-365-6626
F: 614-365-8605

Posted July 6, 2015. 


Mary Baldwin College, Director, Program for the Exceptionally Gifted

Position Details

Mary Baldwin invites nominations and expressions of interest for the position of Director, Program for the Exceptionally Gifted. The PEG Director is responsible for leadership of all aspects of the Program including planning, implementation, and evaluation of the program. She/he serves as the external audience ambassador for the Program, supervises Program staff, student activities, marketing, public relations, planning, and evaluation and supports the admissions processes. The PEG Director represents the program’s needs, mission, philosophy, and policies to both internal and external populations and interacts and collaborates with all college offices including staff, students, and faculty, with parents, and with other institutions as appropriate. She/he manages the Program budget, performs research, and actively cultivates a national presence through professional networks.

Founded in 1842, Mary Baldwin is a distinctive small university of over 1,700 students, comprised of five dynamic, interrelated academic communities serving undergraduate, graduate and adult learners.   The Program for the Exceptionally Gifted, founded in 1985, operates within the Residential College for Women from a purpose-built facility, serving about 75 young women as young as twelve years, through a safe and engaging environment designed to empower students to exceed expectations.   PEG is a unique, signature program that garners national attention as a bold innovation in educational acceleration.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree required and PhD preferred in gifted education or related field such as psychology, counseling, or special education. A minimum of five years of full-time experience working with gifted adolescents is required. Other qualifications:

bulletDemonstrated creativity and proven ability to foster a climate where innovation and entrepreneurship flourish
bulletProven leadership track record
bulletExcellent communication skills, both oral and written.
bulletAbility to work as a team member and with various constituencies
bulletAbility to make appropriate decisions in emergency situations; flexibility
bulletCollaborative management and supervision skills
bulletPublic relations and networking with a variety of constituencies
bulletAssessment, research, program evaluation skills
bulletCreativity in programming for the gifted population

Must be willing to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while the College is in session. Must be willing to take on in loco parentis responsibility for the safety and security of all underage PEG students during their time at Mary Baldwin College.

To Apply: Potential candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three references (please provide phone number and email address) to PEGApply@mbc.edu.

Posted March 28, 2015. 


Last updated September 01, 2015

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