Thursday, December 1, 2016

Head of School Jobs in Tanzania



http://www.tanzaSecondary Education for Girls’ Advancement (SEGA) seeks an experienced, dynamic, woman for the position of Head of School. SEGA is a Tanzanian company Ltd by guarantee established for the purpose of providing quality education to Tanzanian girls. The SEGA Girls Sec
ondary School has five main programs:
 Academic, following NECTA system from Form I – Form IV; and serving younger vulnerable girls in Std 6 and 7·
 Education for Life, to help girls gain confidence, communicate assertively and learn various leadership skills;
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 Entrepreneurship, with business and savings clubs and technical skills training to assist girls develop practical skills;
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 English Fluency, supplementing the national curriculum, focusing on spoken communication
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 Sustainability, including organic gardens, honey processing and campus guest house
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The SEGA Head of School is the overall in-charge of the school, responsible for maintaining quality programs, building a cohesive team of staff, and ensuring students’ best interest and well-being at all times. SEGA’s program is unique, with diverse, holistic activities in place, strong support of national and international donors, and a student population from several regions of Tanzania, the majority of whom are vulnerable girls on full scholarship.

Qualifications
 Post-Graduate Diploma or MA in Education, or Education Administration
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 7 years or more experience in school leadership positions
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 Commitment to the organization’s mission and vision of serving vulnerable girls in a safe environment
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 Excellent teambuilding, communication, and organizational skills
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 Excellent spoken and written English
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 Ability to represent the school to donors at all levels
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Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, and two work-related referees from recent assignments to SEGA Director at pollytanzania@gmail.com by December 20th, 2016. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be held on a rolling basis.

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