Campus Principal (Director del Campus)


·        Aspirational, innovative and progressive education environment

·        Key educational leadership role

·        Permanent, full-time role in Buenos Aries


Do you want to join an aspirational, innovative and progressive school?

 

With three campuses in Argentina and a student population of approximately 90 students, Focus Educación Sudamericana (Focus) is a Grade 2-12 independent school delivering the Bachiller en Economía y Administración. With an innovative approach to education that prides itself on having excellent facilities, motivated students and a very supportive community behind it, the school’s vision of personalised learning for all students ensures that they are able to maximise their full learning potential by offering small class sizes within a well-resourced, supportive and collegial team environment.

 

Reporting to the Regional Principal (New Zealand and Argentina), the Campus Principal is a member of the Senior Educational Leadership Team providing operational, educational and academic leadership of Focus’ three campuses in Ezeiza, Rosario and Bahia Blanca.

 

The Campus Principal will have a significant role in improving the educational outcomes of students, developing the quality of teaching and learning and nurturing positive relationships between students, staff and the campus community. In addition to campus leadership responsibilities, there will also be a small teaching component (Grades 6 and 7) to the role.

 

Fluency in English and Spanish is essential *, as are strong communication skills and proven experience leading teams. While not essential, experience with international curriculums would be an advantage.

 

This is an exciting opportunity for educational leaders dedicated to providing high quality learning programmes in an innovative and modern learning environment.

 

For further information, please contact Iain Longden on iain.longden@oneschoolglobal.com

 

Closing date for applications: Friday, 27 October 2017

 

* La fluidez en inglés y español es esencial