Head of Senior School
- 5 year fixed term role
Located at our Corio Campus in Geelong
To commence in Term 1, 2020
Newly created exciting leadership opportunity
Geelong Grammar School is one of the world’s leading co-educational boarding and day schools. Offering exceptional educational opportunities across four campuses from Early Learning to Year 12, Geelong Grammar School is committed to making a positive difference for students, staff and the community. We believe in prioritising wellbeing, creativity and academic rigour, and we value wisdom.
For those interested in committing to a professional and aspirational environment that encourages your success, and supports your ongoing learning and development, we welcome applications for a Head of Senior School to commence in 2020 for a fixed term period of 5 years.
Reporting to the Head of Corio Campus, the main purpose of this newly created role will be to cultivate an innovative Senior School program that leverages the School’s unique Boarding and Day-Boarding context and reflects our Strategic Framework and enable Wisdom and leadership in our Senior School students.
It is essential that the successful candidate is an experienced leader with VIT registration, who has held a similar position previously. A thorough understanding and application of contemporary boarding practices and previous exemplary management of complex pastoral matters are crucial to enable success in the role. Further information regarding the key responsibilities and requirements please refer to the Success Profile.
All teaching staff at Geelong Grammar School have a significant role in enhancing the resiliency and wellbeing of students through the delivery of Positive Education, based on the principles of Positive Psychology.
For information, including employee benefits, Position Description (Success Profile) and applicable tenure, and/or to apply, visit the Careers page on our website: www.ggs.vic.edu.au/careers
Geelong Grammar School is committed to the safety of children and has a zero tolerance of child abuse.
Applications close at 9:00am on Monday 23rd September, 2019