Updated: August 14, 2019
Director of Legal Services
PSBA is seeking a staff attorney to provide advice, analysis, consultation, training and educational information to public school leaders on a wide variety of legal focus areas impacting public school system and non-profit corporation governance, including constitutional law, administrative law, employment law, labor relations, governmental financial administration, state and federal civil rights law, student and employee constitutional rights, disability law, public agency procurement, municipal taxation, government transparency, liability risk management and legislative analysis. Advocacy work includes involvement in legislative matters as well as practice before state and federal appellate courts. Licensed attorney admitted in PA (or can become admitted within 6 months) with minimum three years’ experience in law practice substantially focused on education law or related legal areas listed above. Must be a highly effective communicator, both orally and in writing, with strong strategic thinking, analytical/critical thinking and decision-making skills. Position demands strong organizational, planning and time management skills to manage multiple priorities and quickly adapt to emerging organizational needs. Requires highly developed legal research skills, including proficiency with Westlaw and/or Lexis. Reports to the Senior Director of Legal Services. Attorneys interested in an exciting growth opportunity for a practice with statewide and national impact on education law and policy should submit a resume and cover letter with salary expectations to Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Member Services Manager
PSBA is seeking a dynamic individual to be responsible for serving as the association’s point of contact and provide direct professional services to school boards in the southeastern part of the state, while implementing the member engagement strategy to meet member needs. Ability to build trusted relationships and give skilled presentations before school boards is a must. Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 2 years of related work experience required. Must be an exceptional communicator including problem identification, analysis and resolution skills. The ability to exercise good judgment and discretion, take initiative, and work independently is a must. Strong organizational and time management skills are essential. Child abuse history clearance required. Working from a home office, individual will be required to frequently travel within the region including extended days, nights, weekends and some travel overnight. Submit a resume and cover letter to Human Resources at email@example.com.