Head of Secondary
St. Stephen’s International School, Bangkok campus, is seeking to recruit a suitably qualified, dynamic and enthusiastic Head of Secondary at our Bangkok Campus for August 2018
The Head of Secondary reports to the Principal and is responsible for all matters in the Secondary school. The successful applicant will join a school leadership team which includes the Principal, School Director, Head of Primary and Head of Campus (Khao Yai).
It is essential for applicants to:
a) Be experienced in a British curriculum school
b) Have leadership experience in a similar environment
c) Be appropriately qualified (e.g. B.Ed. or a first degree and a PGCE)
d) Provide three professional referees, one of whom must be their current Principal
It is desirable for applicants to have experience of:
a) Working in the international sector
b) Working with children for whom English is not their first language
c) Working with children and parents whose cultural background is different from their own
St. Stephen’s, Bangkok, is located in the north of Bangkok, close to Don Muang airport and the world famous Chatuchak market. The school is two-form entry and caters for all ages from Nursery to Year 13.
The successful applicant will, initially, be offered a two-year contract which will include:
- A competitive salary commensurate with the size of school
- Housing allowance
- Free tuition for up to two dependent children
- Flights for self and family at beginning and end of contract
- Health insurance
- Baggage allowance
We encourage all interested candidates to apply to the Principal, Mr. John Rolfe, by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, with their CV, a letter of application, contact details of three professional referees (one of whom must be their current Principal) and a recent photograph.
Closing date: 21 January. The school reserves the right to appoint earlier if a suitable candidate is identified. Interviews will be held in Bangkok and by Skype.
Please note that St. Stephen’s International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including a criminal record disclosure and other standard pre‐employment safeguarding checks.