Current Prizmah Leadership Searches

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Prizmah Leadership Searches

Mazel tov to the 2022-2023 schools who successfully partnered with Prizmah this year on the appointment of new leadership. Prizmah was thrilled to partner and support each school to find the perfect fit.

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Denver Academy of Torah
Head of School

DAT is looking for an experienced leader who will:

  • Work with the Board of Directors to articulate, model, and support the school’s vision;
  • Develop, implement and assess strategies to achieve school goals;
  • Develop, execute and evaluate systems to cultivate, manage and support educational leadership teams;
  • Manage the executive, administrative and development teams to support the school’s fiscal and operational goals; and
  • Serve as the school’s primary representative in the greater Denver community.
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Kinneret Day School
Head of School

The Head of School will serve as its executive, educational and administrative leader, who will oversee day-to-day school operations with skill, passion, and compassion. Kinneret’s Head of School will work closely with the Assistant Principal and executive staff to fulfill the mission of the school.

The next leader of KDS will minimally hold a graduate degree and have at least 7-10 years of experience in school settings. Fluency in Hebrew and a strong background in Judaic Studies is strongly preferred.

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Yeshiva Har Torah
Principal

Yeshiva Har Torah is seeking a dynamic, experienced, growth oriented, collaborative educational leader, with excellent interpersonal skills and a forward-thinking approach, to serve as Principal, beginning July 1st, 2024. The Principal of Yeshiva Har Torah will join a strong leadership team, working closely with the Head of School, Assistant Principals, Director of Early Childhood, Director of Psychology Services, and Director of Professional and Curricular Initiatives.

 

The ideal candidate should embody the school's religious values and serve as a role model in the ideology of Torah U’madda, in philosophy and practice.