Principal (American Curriculum)
- Bachelor degree from a recognized university.
- Postgraduate qualification in Education or other qualification equivalent to QF Emirates level 8 or above.
- 10 years’ educational experience with minimum 3 years’ experience in Vice Principal role, or 4 years’ as an educational advisor or equivalent
- Interpret school policies, procedures and codes of practice for all stakeholders.
- Develop and evaluate educational programmes to ensure the requirement of Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEK) are met.
- Liaise with ADEK, government offices and other institutions to ensure high quality of communication between the school when required.
- Attend regular meetings with staff and give instructions for implementation of educational programs of the school.
- Review, evaluate and generate report for staff activities, and impact.
- Plan for recruitment and select suitably qualified and experienced staff for the academic and administrative department as per the requirements of the school, and in line with ICS Job Descriptions and ADEK requirements.
- Ensure all employees of the school are contractually bound in terms of the relevant UAE Ministry of Labour legislation. Identify, organise, conduct and approve new and ongoing professional development and training programmes.
- Measure the impact of CPD training.
- Manage, evaluate and supervise effective and clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the school is in line with the vision, mission, values and goals of the school.
- Evaluate and supervise all programs, extracurricular activities, and behavioural systems to ensure a safe and ordered working environment in the school.
- Evaluate personnel management, office operations (Administration and Academic) and building maintenance is as per ICS policy and ADEK regulation.
- Provide individual and group guidance to teachers, students and parents with regards to academic/educational, vocational, and social/behavioural/recreational norms and standards.
- Model, provide guidance and supervise the implementation of the Code of Conduct regarding behaviour and discipline in the school, for both students and staff, as per ICS policy and ADEK regulations.
- Establish and maintain relationships with Universities (local and international), colleges, other schools, and community organisations to coordinate delivery of educational programmes, and ensure benchmarking against best practice methods.
- Plan and monitor with key staff the student activity programme.
- Plan and lead the school’s group activities at assemblies and other school functions.
- Provide leadership and guidance to staff with regards to the formulation of class schedules, cumulative assessment records, and attendance reports.
- Guide and monitor the school’s legal conformity to health, safety, security and environmental practices, ensuring standards are met, as per ICS policy and ADEK and other government bodies (ie. HAAD) regulations.
- Monitor the performance through ICS Staff Appraisal of all staff work performance and provide performance feedback to staff members when required.
- Implement a clear review and evaluation process and procedure, as per ICS policy Monitor teachers to ensure timely compilation, submission and completion of all examinations, tests, revision sheets and other forms of ongoing assessment.
- Supervise the instructional programs of the school, evaluating lesson plans and observing classes (teaching, as duties allow) on a regular basis to encourage the use of a variety of instructional strategies and materials consistent with best practice research on learning and child growth and development.
- Ensure a safe, orderly environment that encourages students to take responsibility for theirs and others behaviour and creates high morale among teachers and students.
- File all required reports regarding violence, vandalism, attendance and discipline matters.
- Notify immediately ICS Management, parent’s and appropriate personnel when there is evidence of substance abuse, child abuse, child neglect, severe medical or social conditions, or students appearing to be under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances.
- Report to ICS management any instance where employees are not meeting their contractual agreement. Conduct meetings to keep staff informed of the proper functioning of the school.
- Collate issues and suggestions for the improvement of the school. Maintain visibility with students, teachers, parents and the management.
- Communicate with parents, seeking their support and advice, so as to create a cooperative and valued relationship to support students in school.
- Always maintain positive, cooperative and mutually supportive relationships with staff and parents.
- Complete on time all records and reports as requested by ICS management, and maintain accurate attendance records. Maintain confidentiality of records and information and communicate with ICS management about the needs, successes and general operations of the school.
- Ensure that students and teachers attend scheduled morning assembly and other school functions.
- Ensure students and staff follow ICS Dress Code Policy.
- This includes wearing ICS ID Badges at all times whilst on ICS premises.
- Originate, check and authorise all internal and external communication on behalf of the school.
- Develop annual budget, ensuring accounting systems able to support and manage the delivery of the budget through Orison.
- Approve the ordering, purchase and allocation of all school supplies and equipment within the schools approved budget. Safeguard and provide due diligence in the allocation of monies from within the budget.
- Ensure all required monetary decisions are authorised by the Managing Director where needed.
- Follow and adhere to the ICS Confidentiality Policy. Uphold the school code of conduct and all school policies, rules and procedures in a supportive and positive manner.
- Follows any other instructions and performs any other related duties as assigned by the Managing Director and Board of Trustees, where they do not breach ICS policies.
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ENGLISH TEACHER - GRADE 7, 8 & 9
- Teachers should hold a degree in English Literature and PGCE ( or Bachelor of Education Degree) and have ideally at least 2 years teaching experience.
- You will have a role as an English teacher for grades 7,8 & 9 with responsibility for teaching classes between 25 and 30 children, as well as for their emotional well being.
- You will work as part of a wider team, sharing the planning, and supporting each other in your daily roles. If you are interested in joining ICS, please send the following to email@example.com
- Your CV (including contacts of 2 referees and a photo). A brief letter of application (no more than one side of A4), stating your reasons for wishing to join our school, what you will be able to offer our community and your preferred age range and areas of expertise.
- A copy of your degree / teaching qualification. The selection process will include interviews for shortlisted applicants as and when suitable candidates are identified. Interviews may be in person or via Zoom, dependent on your location.
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