Cherryfield College - The college started in 2004 with a student population of 96 and 76 academic and non-academic staff. Since then the college has witnessed an astronomical growth in the in the students’ population and staff strength. Now the college has a population of 504 students.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Chemistry Teacher
Candidates must have at-least a Second class degree in the relevant subject area.
Must have a professional teaching qualification and also a registered member of TRCN
Must possess at-least 5 years teaching experience in the relevant field.
Must possess strong work ethics and be able to work under pressure.
Must be enthusiastic and passionate about teaching with a strong commitment to school development programs.
Must be computer literate
Must possess excellent interpersonal skills in relation to children, parents and staff.
The Head Teacher supports school leadership in implementing the vision and strategic objectives of the schools. Works with the school director to develop polices and ensure systems and controls are in place for academic excellence and operational effectiveness within the schools.
Work with school leadership to implement strategies, policies, plans and initiatives that support the schools’ mission Support the implementation of academic and pastoral policies to ensure pupils receive the highest standards of educationPromote the mission and values of the school at all levels
Management of Staff:
Supervise activities of the sectional heads/direct line reports Ensure that the schools are running optimally and all resource needs are availableWork with School Management and Human Resources to identify people resource needs and support staff recruitment Motivate, coach and train staff at all levels to ensure continuous professional development Lead designated staff meetings and programs Monitor staff welfare
Maintain continuous lines of communication with school leadership, keeping them informed of school operations, academic, social and extra-curricular activities
Create, interpret, administer and execute policies/ procedures with broad, significant impact
Thinks and acts strategically; develops, implements and operationalizes strategic and business objectives
Effectively collaborates with leaders in initiating, designing, and implementing programs and activities
Demonstrates high ethics that aligns with Greensprings School core values: - Child-centeredness; -Respect; -Integrity; -Excellence; -Entrepreneurship; -Service and -Sustainability
Responsible for maintenance of school facilities and equipment, including preventative maintenance program
Ensures a stimulating and conducive environment for learning, teaching and working
Plan, organize, maintain, and manage the operations and reliability of school facilities and general infrastructure systems. Establish and monitor preventative maintenance processes and programs and facility inspection processes for on-going review of maintenance work by external agencies.
Develop, recommend, and administer policies, procedures, and processes in support of surroundings and building maintenance operations; implement and monitor compliance with approved policies, procedures, and processes.
Monitor spending on projects; recommend and implement corrective spending plans; review and approve purchase orders; administer contracts; obtain price quotes and bids; process and approve employee purchases; ensure compliance with school purchasing rules.
Monitor the safety and accessibility of the school and its facilities. Serve as the point of contact for the various government agencies on compliance issues, accessibility improvement projects, and/or other related issues.
Monitor and oversee the work of external contractors to ensure terms of agreements are met and work is completed satisfactorily.
Participate in the development and administration of ground and building maintenance budget; coordinate the allocation of resources following budget approval; recommend approval of expenditures.