Elementary Principal at Seoul International School in Korea
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Elementary Principal
Seoul International School (Korea)

Oct 23, 20
Dec 19, 18

 

Application deadline extended 19 December 2020

Elementary Principal

Seoul International School

Seoul International School, founded in 1973, is seeking an Elementary School Principal to serve the students and community beginning in August 2021.  The school is looking for an experienced educational leader who possesses many of the following characteristics:

o   Innovative

o   Collaborative

o   Visionary

o   Risk Taker

o   Approachable

o   Friendly

o   Open-minded

o   Student-centered 

o   Decisive 

o   Fair

o   Strong organizational skills, including scheduling

o   Supportive

o   21st century skills

o   Inspires the community to work towards its potential

 

In addition, those who apply should have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and at least five years leadership experience preferably in a well-established international school setting.

 

Experience in or a strong background in Reader’s / Writer’s Workshop methodology, Eureka Math, Mystery Science, and an ability to fully implement Mac technology, as well as documented supervisory and evaluative skills are pertinent to the position.

 

Further details regarding Seoul International School and the Elementary School, in particular, may be found on the school website: www.siskorea.org.

 

The initial deadline for applications is December 19, 2020, however should we be able to make a decision on an outstanding candidate before that date, applications will close.

 

Applications should include a cover letter, philosophy of education, a full and detailed résumé and the names and contact information of a minimum of three references including those who have served as supervisors and be sent to:

 

Michael Colaianni

Head of School

colaiannim@siskorea.org

 

 

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