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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Head of School at St. Constantine’s International School

 


Head of School (Principal)  

Head of School (Principal), ARUSHA, TANZANIA

St Constantine’s International School is seeking a new Head of School. The school, part of the prestigious Round Square network, has been providing high-quality education to international and local students for nearly 70 years and is governed by The Hellen­ic Foundation of Tanzania. With two campuses, its main Burka campus is a beautiful, green, tree-lined facility including extensive sports facilities. Since 2011, the school has also run a purpose-built Lower Primary School in the centre of Arusha.

At the present time, the student roll stands at 575, with over 30 different nationalities. Staff, including support staff, number over 120, with the main faculty countries of origin being UK, Kenya, and Tanzania, together with further nationalities from all around the world.

Our new Head of School must have qualified teacher status, excellent interpersonal skills, rapid and well-developed decision-making abilities, clear and evidenced leader­ship qualities, together with a positive can-do attitude and real determination to suc­ceed. Flexibility and adaptability, high level organisational skills and an eye for detail are also pre-requisites. A good sense of humour and patience would sometimes be useful. The role becomes vacant in August 2021.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply, email your CV (that must include three referees, one of whom must be your current employer) and a cover letter, of no more than two pages, that details why you would be a great addition to our school, to [email protected]

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. If an exceptional candidate is found, St. Constantine’s reserves the right to employ the right candidate before the stated closing date so early applications are advised.

 

Please see the Job Description. Job Description PDF, 481.3 KB

 

For more information please visit our website: scis.sc.tz

 

Closing Date: 10th April 2021.