Principal, PLC Perth

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Presbyterian Ladies' College (PLC)PLC Perth

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Start date: For The Beginning of Term 3 (July).
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Undisclosed
Contract term: Permanent

Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Perth, one of Australia’s most progressive schools for girls, is seeking to appoint its 10th Principal from Term 3 - July 2019

PLC Perth boasts a proud 103-year history, with the names of some of Australia’s and Western Australia’s most accomplished women on its honour boards. PLC has an impressive academic record, is an International Baccalaureate School, and delivers extensive sporting, music, co-curricular and, with the purpose-built PLC ‘Lighthouse’, wellbeing programmes.

The successful applicant will be a proven leader, manager and educator who demonstrates PLC’s values of integrity, learning, effort and community spirit. We are seeking a person who will empower the student body of more than 1100 young women from Pre-K to Year 12 and develop the inspiring staff of PLC.

Fish & Nankivell is assisting the PLC Council with this appointment. Please obtain information about the position by calling the consultant assisting the College, Kathy McLean, on +61 414 376 698 or via email

Applications will close on 17 December 2018, or later by arrangement. A concurrent search is being conducted.

Because of current Australian Visa regulations, only candidates with Australian/New Zealand residency or citizenship are eligible to apply.

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More about Presbyterian Ladies' College (PLC)
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Girls
Address: 14 McNeil Street, Peppermint Grove, Perth, Western Australia, WA 6011, Australia
Telephone: +61 8 9424 6444
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Presbyterian Ladies’ College is an all-through, mainstream, independent, day school for girls from kindergarten through to year 12. Founded in 1915, the school has around 1,200 students on the roll at present. The colours which represent the educatio...