Pinkerton Academy in Derry employs search firm to help find new headmaster
Executive search firm Carney, Sandoe & Associates will meet with the superintendents of the four sending towns — Auburn, Chester, Derry and Hampstead — said Chip Underhill, Pinkerton’s executive director of public relations and external affairs.
Carney will then begin to approach specific candidates and intends to identify a first round of candidates to the Board of Trustees in early fall, he said.Auburn and Hooksett will also have a say in the selection process, Underhill said.
Superintendents are scheduled to meet with Carney on Thursday, with faculty and staff meeting at various times next week and the week after, Underhill said.
“Carney, Sandoe is recognized worldwide in education for senior and executive leadership appointments,” Burnham said.
Anderson’s current salary, and the proposed salary range of the next headmaster, cannot be released as they are considered private, Underhill said.
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