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Cayman Islands Government
 

Deputy Principal (Small Primary)

Job Details

  • Agency: Education
  • Reference: R0832018
  • Posted: 12-Apr-2018
  • Closing Date: 26-Apr-2018
  • Salary: $55,560 - $62,844
  • Job Description

The Department of Education Services, Cayman Islands invites applications for the following education roles within the Government school system for 2018/19 academic years commencing early-August 2018

Deputy Principal (Primary) (Vacancies in more than one school)

To support the Principal to provide professional leadership and management of the school to establish a culture of high expectations and ensure high quality education is provided for all students within the context of increasingly effective and efficient use of available resources.

Requirements include:

  • Bachelorís Degree and professional teaching qualification from a recognized institution/authority (Masterís Degree in Education preferred)
  • Formal School Leadership Certification (either successfully completed or actively in progress
  • Five years of successful teaching experience, ideally with experience in a minimum of two schools (one of which has at least 2 streams)
  • The ability to support school improvement, evidenced by effective leadership of school-level projects and initiatives which have had a demonstrated positive impact on school performance
  • Two years of successful experience in a leadership role (for example, as a subject coordinator, PYP coordinator, literacy coach, inclusion specialist, etc.) in a minimum of two schools

A detailed Job Description and the Government Application Form are available online at www.education.gov.ky/jobs

Please send your completed Government Application Form and Cover Letter only via e-mail to edu.recruitment@gov.ky

Application Deadline: April 26th, 2018

Benefits will be determined in accordance with the Public Service Management Law, Personnel Regulations, the Public Service Pensions Law and the CINICO Health Plan as may be amended from time to time. Pension and health benefits are non-contributory.