The Governing Council of Glenalmond College invites applications for the role of Warden, from September 2019 or soon after.
Glenalmond is one of Scotland’s leading co-educational independent boarding and day schools, offering an outstanding education to up to 400 pupils aged 12-18. The school prides itself on the pursuit of excellence, both inside the classroom and out, and on encouraging all to develop their talents, discover new interests, and prepare for the world beyond school.
With its majestic buildings and set in 300 acres of breath-taking and pollution-free Perthshire countryside, Glenalmond College has been described as the most beautiful school in Scotland. Pupils at Glenalmond enjoy the best of both worlds – the security of a rural setting, with unrivalled outdoor activities, combined with easy access to two of Britain’s greatest cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Glenalmond has a happy atmosphere throughout the community and pupils leave with the humility and confidence required to lead significant lives.
Founded in 1841 by William Gladstone and opened in 1847, Glenalmond has a rich heritage and has its eyes firmly set on the future. The Governing Council aims to make Glenalmond the best school of its kind in Scotland. The role offers an outstanding opportunity for an ambitious and innovative leader with the drive, resilience, and management skills to lead a thriving school to this position.
Further information on Glenalmond College can be found at www.glenalmondcollege.co.uk
A candidate brief can be downloaded from www.odgers.com/69734
Letters of application and CVs should be sent by 9am on Wednesday 12 December 2018 to Freddie Dennis at Odgers Berndtson quoting reference CFD/69734.
Glenalmond College is a registered Scottish charity. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful applicant will be subject to a PVG Disclosure Scotland check.