Head of Preparatory School at Hillcrest International Schools

On Tuesday, June 10th, 2014
For January or September 2015

 
The Governors of Hillcrest International Schools invite applications for the post of Head of Preparatory School to inspire excellence in this well respected IAPS school.
Located in Nairobi, Kenya, Hillcrest International Schools is a leading British Curriculum school in the East African region, with a strong reputation for academic strength and all round excellence. 
After considerable growth in recent years, Hillcrest Prep seeks a dynamic leader to deliver on the strategic plan, focus on raising standards in all areas and ensure Hillcrest Prep is the undisputed school of choice in the region in the coming years. 

The post is for January or September 2015 but an ability to start sooner would be considered an advantage.

The successful candidate will have a strong leadership background, detailed experience of ISI requirements and the British Curriculum, excellent inter-personal skills and a good sense of humour. 
The Head of Prep reports directly to the Principal of Hillcrest International Schools and serves as a member of the Schools’ Executive Team.

Hillcrest benefits from excellent staff and a large, well resourced site nestled in the heart of the comfortable Nairobi suburb of Karen.
A full document outlining further details of the school and position may be obtained from the HR Manager on [email protected] 
Applications should be submitted with an application letter responding to the requirements set out in the briefing document together with a full CV with contact email, phone numbers, a Skype address and 3 referees, at least one of which must be from your current or most recent employer. 
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 18th June 2014; early applications are very welcome.

Please note that Hillcrest is an equal opportunities employer and as part of our recruitment procedure all applicants will need to provide a CRB check / Certificate of Good Conduct and the relevant professional documentation.
 
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