Thursday, 5 November 2015

Seymour College,Head of Senior School Jobs in AUstralia



Head of Senior School at Seymour College – Permanent
The Head of Senior School at Seymour College is returning to his overseas home to live.  Consequently the College is seeking expressions of interest for this permanent role, commencing 2016.
Seymour College is a leading independent girls' school with an established reputation for academic excellence and a commitment to helping students flourish through the principles of positive ps
ychology.  Our vision is to foster young women of strength, optimism and justice. Our aim is to inspire within each student a passion for life-long learning, a celebration of community and a quest for personal excellence.
Seymour College is divided into three schools on one site at Glen Osmond.  The three schools are as follows:
  • Junior School (including The Early Years at Seymour)  Early Childhood to Year 5;
  • Middle School - Years 6 to 9;
  • Senior School - Years 10 to 12.
The Head of Senior School sits on the College Leadership Team and reports to the Director of Studies and is responsible for the pastoral care of the Senior Students. 
The main responsibilities of the Head of the Senior School are as follows:
  • Leadership of the senior pastoral care program
  • Maintaining the high standards of student behaviour
  • Administration of the School's operations
  • Support of the Student Leadership Team
  • Managing the transition of students from Middle to Senior School
  • Managing the transition of International Students to Seymour College
  • Promotion of the School within the College community
  • Promotion of the College to the wider community
  • College leadership responsibilities including involvement in campus events
  • Teaching
Knowledge and Experience required:
  • A broad knowledge of the development needs of adolescents and young women
  • Experience in the SACE Program
  • South Australian Teacher registration or eligible to be registered
  • Knowledge of or experience in positive education
  • Knowledge of or experience in Visible Learning.
Applications for the position should be addressed to The People and Culture Manager and be forwarded via email to recruit@seymour.sa.edu.au  by COB on 13 November 2015.
It is expected that applications will address the criteria referred to above.  Position Descriptions will be forwarded only to applicants shortlisted for interview.
All successful applicants for positions at Seymour College will be expected to satisfy child protection screening and must be able to demonstrate that they have the right to work in Australia.  All information provided by applicants will be subject to the Seymour College Privacy Policy which is available to view on the College website.
You will be asked the following questions when you apply:
  • Are you eligible to work in Australia?
  • Do you have a current Police Check (National Police Certificate) for employment?

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