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General Studies Principal Position Available In South Florida

LUBAVITCH HEBREW ACADEMY,

located in sunny South Florida,

is seeking a committed professional and inspirational leader for the post of

 General Studies Principal (K-8).

Join an engaged, positive and GROWING school community.

The Principal works as a key member of the school’s leadership team

to advance the mission and enhance the spirit of the school.

Preferred: Master’s Degree in Education or related field with

3-5 years of educational leadership experience.

Competitive compensation package, commensurate with experience.

Send resume to searchcommittee@hebrewacademy.org

To learn more about the position: Click Here

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