Current Opening: Director for Mathematics, Science and Technology Engineering
The Office for Mathematics, Science, and Technology/Engineering (MSTE) at the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (ESE) is responsible for writing and updating curriculum frameworks in mathematics, science, and technology/engineering. MSTE manages related initiatives in curriculum and instruction, such as advanced placement programs, professional development, content institutes, mathematics and science partnerships, liaison networks, the financial literacy pilot program, and advisory councils.
The director for MSTE is responsible for supporting districts and educators across the state with programs and resources to help them improve student achievement in math, science, technology, and engineering education. The incumbent will manage and lead the development of these initiatives in accordance with state and federal requirements governing planning for and delivery of services, and will lead the planning, management and development of statewide policy for academic leadership, curriculum development, program and staff supervision, staff deployment, and fiscal management for MSTE programs.
The director will also be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the office that includes leading, supervising, coordinating and overseeing the work of staff, and the overall budget/spending planning and resource allocation for the unit.