- Immersive Academics and Arts
- Bay Area Teacher Training This Summer
- Find Yourself - In the Middle of Nowhere
- Waldorf Training in Australia
- Teacher Education at Sophia’s Hearth
- Everything a Teacher Needs
- Adult Education for Social Renewal
- Every Human Being Has a Singing Voice
- Jamie York Books, Resources, Workshops
- Quality Education in the Heartland
- Waldorf Student Information System
- Taking Time and Giving Space to Grow
- Online Conferences: June-September 2017
- Hiring Class Teachers Now
- Lectures by Eugene Schwartz
- The Journey is Everything
- Fun, Sun and French! Summer School 2017
- Serving Schools and Families
Head of School
Mar 09 2017 | Shearwater, the Mullumbimby Steiner School | Byron Bay, Australia
HEAD OF SCHOOL
• Position for visionary and exemplary educational leader
• Vibrant and innovative Steiner School
• Idyllic sub-tropical location near Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia location
Shearwater, the Mullumbimby Steiner School, established in 1993, is now a double streamed K-12 school with over 120 teachers and staff and 620 students. The school includes an Early Learning Centre, a Trade Skills Centre, working farm and gardens managed according to biodynamic principles; and hosts a range of highly regarded community festivals, workshops and events throughout the year.
We are currently seeking to recruit a Head of School to consolidate and guide the School’s future direction and vision. The successful applicant, with the support of an inspiring and dedicated executive team and highly-skilled teachers, is responsible for overall school management, educational excellence, community engagement and student wellbeing.
The ideal applicant will have:
• Demonstrated understanding and experience of Steiner’s educational philosophy;
• Approximately 10 years’ Independent Schools management experience across strategic, financial, organisational and resource functions;
• Proven ability to build and sustain collaborative relationships with the Board, the Executive team, the College of Teachers and the wider School community;
• Ability to plan, prioritise and deliver high-level strategic objectives through practical implementation strategies;
• Ability to impartially manage workplace relationships, performance and change management processes with sensitivity and professionalism; and
• Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
The successful applicant will have personal and professional integrity, be inspiring and innovative, compassionate, and demonstrate good judgment, common sense, resilience and strength of character.
For further information, including how to apply, please visit our website www.shearwater.nsw.edu.au or email your application to [email protected]
Applications close Tuesday, 4 April 2017
Viewed: 99 times
Add a Job Listing
Join the Mailing List!
Each week receive the Waldorf News Weekly Update, full of news, events, and more. Keep abreast of what's happening with Waldorf education.
Waldorf GalleryFeaturing over 900 images of student work from around the world.
Browse images »