Specific responsibilities include:
- Working closely with fellow colleagues to ensure students are benefitting from innovative, best practice teaching approaches that ensure the development of the whole child
- Preparing the master school class schedule and assigning teachers and students to classes and other obligations.
- Ensuring a high standard of teaching and learning throughout the school, and assisting and encouraging staff to develop new and more-effective methods of enabling children to learn.
- Promoting and assessing effective use of technology in the classroom.
- Being up to date with educational research developments in pedagogy.
- Leading the Department Heads in implementing and refining faculty evaluation.
- Being involved in the recruitment and selection of new and prospective staff
- Being a passionate, strategic, articulate and sincere ambassador for the school to internal and external constituents
- Overseeing budgets that relate to the academic program
- Performing other duties as assigned by the Deputy Head of School
- Impeccable personal standards and integrity
- Strong leadership abilities, including mentoring and coaching, team building, leadership development, goal setting, conflict management, and managing change
- Demonstrated initiative and the ability to manage and motivate staff and students alike
- Experience in progressive, curriculum leadership roles (at least 5 years)
- Understanding of the developmental and educational needs of children across the span of grades K-12, with a special focus on high school
- An understanding of the culture of independent schools.
- A strong teaching record at the high school level.
- Master's degree from an accredited university or equivalent educational and/or work experience
- Leadership and teaching experience in an IB environment is an asset
- Understanding and experience of the Quebec Curriculum and educational context is an asset
- Bilingual (English/French) is an asset
School-Wide Core Values
Professionalism, Continuous Growth, Passion/Excellence, Collaboration/Communication and Respect & Empathy
Letters of application, accompanied by a resume, should be emailed by February 26th 2017 to email@example.com.
Cover letters should be addressed to Tara Murphy, HR Director, Lower Canada College. Details about school life can be found at www.lcc.ca.
We thank all applicants but regret that only those short-listed will be contacted.
LCC has an employment equity program.