Contract type: Full time
Contract term: 2 years initially and subsequently renewed yearly
St Andrew’s Senior School is seeking to appoint a Head of Adventure & Outdoor Education who will be responsible for the leadership and management of all aspects of outdoor education in Senior School.
This is a demanding position, and the successful applicant will be a key figure in shaping the vision and direction of outdoor education at the Senior School. The role will also lead the Adventure Ideal for the School’s Round Square Programme. It is suited for a skilled professional who combines a love for outdoors, exceptional leadership skills with significant experience.
You will be expected to fill out an application form, and can get this from the School Website or contact Ms. Janet Ndiho email: HRDirector@turimail.co.ke or Tel +254 (0) 734288501
St Andrew’s School - Background
St Andrew’s School Turi is highly respected in Kenya and regarded as one of the leading international schools in East Africa. Numbering approximately 570 pupils, it has two semi-autonomous schools: a Preparatory School of 240 pupils between the ages of 3 and 13 and a Senior School of 330 pupils between the ages of 13 and 18. It is coeducational and the great majority of pupils are boarders. The School has an overtly Christian foundation and sees its overall aim as encouraging young men and women to ‘live and lead with integrity’.
The Senior School was founded in 1988, and is a member of COBIS and a global member of Round Square. It aims to provide a world class education, with outstanding teaching and learning central to its vision of creating leaders that will change their country, continent and the world for good.
It is coeducational and boarding, teaches the British curriculum and sends pupils to universities in the UK, America, Australia and many other parts of the world. At the Senior School, students are prepared for GCSE/IGCSE and A level exams.
St Andrew’s has a strong Christian foundation and ethos, which define and govern the nature and work of the School today. While children from all faith backgrounds are welcome, the School’s Christian character is clearly evident in its underlying educational philosophy and practice.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS Disclosure and Barring Service.
Apply by 9th December, 2016. Interviews in UK and Kenya.