A Pioneering Leader Creating Excellence
Applications are invited for the post of Head Teacher at India’s first British Partnership school, located on a striking 21-acre purpose-built site in the city of Rohtak, 65km north west of Delhi.
King’s College India has partnered with King’s College Taunton, a leading British independent school, to establish this 3-18 co-educational day and boarding school offering the best of a British education shaped by an appreciation of eastern culture.
After an initial development phase, the school opened its doors in March 2017 quickly becoming an extremely popular choice for parents in the local area and families relocating to the region. You will lead the growth and development of the school ensuring students benefit from a well-rounded and academically-excellent education. Boarding is central to a rich co-curricular offering and it is envisaged that, in time, up to half of students will be weekly or full boarders.
You will have excellent cultural understanding or be culturally curious and able to shape your approach to get the very best from your team. You will be an experienced and resilient leader able to inspire a dedicated expatriate and local teaching team to deliver an international education of exceptional quality.
You will be an ambassador for the school creating not just a successful school, but a happy and harmonious environment. Your vision and strategic leadership will ensure that King’s College India fulfils its vast potential to take its place as one of India’s foremost schools. Join us as we grow together.
For more information and to view the candidate information pack, please refer to http://www.rsacademics.co.uk. For an informal conversation regarding the opportunity, please contact Aaron Ashton on +44 (0)7584 564944 (AaronAshton@RSAcademics.co.uk) or Jean Sullivan on +44 (0)7885 879887 (JeanSullivan@RSAcademics.co.uk).
Closing date for applications is 10.00am (BST) on Thursday 24 August
Long List Interviews will be held at King’s College Taunton on 11 and 12 September
Final Interviews will be held at King’s College India during the week commencing 25 September
King’s College India is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be expected to show evidence of their most up to date child protection screening details including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
King’s College India A-1 Sector 5 Rohtak Haryana
1,250 students (when full)