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Deputy Head of School

ACS International School Doha - Al KheesaQatar

ACS Doha is part of the ACS International Schools Group. Founded in 1967, the ACS International Schools Group educates over 3,700 students in the UK and Qatar: aged 2 to 18, day and boarding, and from more than 100 countries. ACS students go on to attend the world's best universities and colleges.

Since opening in 2011, ACS Doha has become a top international school in Qatar, with excellent facilities, an inclusive community and a rigorous international curriculum that includes the International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programmes.

In September 2020, the School opened a new landmark campus in Al-Kheesa (Doha) with outstanding facilities to promote innovative learning. This new campus has allowed the School to increase student capacity from 900 to nearly 2,500.

ACS International School Doha is seeking to appoint a new Deputy Head of School who will be responsible for creating a sense of purpose and direction that supports the School’s core values, philosophy and strategic direction. The DHoS will enjoy varied responsibilities including establishing, implementing, documenting and aligning policies, practices and administrative systems that lead to an outstanding educational program and school improvement, while inspiring people to achieve.

Interested candidates are invited to contact RSAcademics to arrange a confidential discussion with one of the consultants handling this appointment. In the first instance, candidates are encouraged to contact Mrs Jean Sullivan:

The process is being led by Daniel Lewis: and Keith Clark: 

Further information can be downloaded from the RSAcademics website: 

Please note: Where possible, preliminary interviews will take place before the application deadline and so early application for interested candidates is encouraged.

Deadline for applications: 10.00am GMT on Monday 1st February 2021

ACS Doha is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from minority ethnic groups which are currently under-represented and from people with other diverse backgrounds and experience.

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