Director of Public Information and Community Engagement

Kettle Moraine School District

The Kettle Moraine School District

The Kettle Moraine School District (KMSD) cultivates academic excellence, citizenship and personal development for approximately 3,500 students in Waukesha County. Covering 90 square miles, the District serves all or portions of the following municipalities: City of Delafield, Town of Delafield, Village of Dousman, Town of Eagle, Town of Genesee, Village of North Prairie, Town of Ottawa, Town of Sullivan, Village of Summit, and Village of Wales. KMSD operates five elementary schools (Cushing, Dousman, Magee, Wales, KM Explore), one middle school (Kettle Moraine Middle School), four high schools (Kettle Moraine High School, KM Global, KM Perform, High School of Health Sciences), one virtual school (KM Connect), and one community center. More information about the District can be found at

Our Core Beliefs

KMSD’s vision is “learning without boundaries.” For the past decade, the District has been working to “transform the educational delivery system to better and more efficiently meet the needs of all students.” Now, the District is nationally recognized as an exemplar of personalized learning both for students and staff. Students find themselves challenged and inspired by the progressive, competency-based and project-based learning model that is at the core of instructional programming.

Who We Seek

We are looking for talented, collaborative, and innovative employees who are passionate about education and creating a culture where everyone seeks to achieve at high levels. Also, as ambassadors for KMSD, all employees commit to positively representing their schools by demonstrating the values of professionalism, integrity, and personalization.

Position Details

Director of Public Information and Community Engagement
Southeast Wisconsin
Wales, WI

The Kettle Moraine School District seeks a Director of Public Information and Community Engagement. This is an executive level administrative position in the District, with oversight of all aspects of communication and marketing.  

The Director will provide vision, leadership and execution of KM communications, public relations and digital media activities. As the central source of District information, the Director will develop and implement strategic plans for all related initiatives, including complex community engagement strategy support. The Director will also oversee the direction and content of the District website and develop and maintain the District’s social media communications and presence.

  • Minimum five years public or private sector related experience preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree related to a public relations role and demonstrated strong writing skills.
  • Advanced understanding and use of current technologies, including digital media.
  • Delegation/supervisory skills.
  • Ability to work with minimal direction on a team and individual basis.

Salary is TBD based upon experience and credentials. This position is full-time and eligible for benefits.

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