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Vice Principal

Job Type

About the Role

    The role of the Vice Principal is pivotal in supporting the Principal in the effective administration and management of the preschool. This position involves collaborating with the principal, supervising staff, maintaining a safe and positive learning environment, and contributing to the overall success of our school.

    Responsibilities:

    Educational Support:
    - Collaborate with the Principal to develop and implement a high-quality, developmentally appropriate curriculum.
    - Provide support and guidance to teaching staff in instructional methods and classroom management.
    - Assist in the evaluation of educational programs to ensure they align with best practices and standards.

    Staff Supervision and Development:
    - Assist in the recruitment, hiring, and evaluation of teaching and administrative staff.
    - Coordinate professional development opportunities to enhance the skills and knowledge of preschool staff.
    - Facilitate effective communication and teamwork among staff members.

    Administrative Support:
    - Contribute to the overall management of day-to-day operations, including scheduling, budgeting, and resource allocation.
    - Collaborate with the Preschool Principal in ensuring compliance with licensing regulations and educational standards.
    - Manage administrative tasks and maintain accurate records as needed.

    Parent and Community Relations:
    - Engage with parents to foster positive relationships and open lines of communication.
    - Support the organization and participation in parent-teacher conferences, events, and school activities.
    - Act as a liaison between the preschool and the broader community.

    Safety and Well-being:
    - Work collaboratively with the Preschool Principal to implement and enforce safety protocols.
    - Respond effectively to emergencies and assist in communication with parents and relevant authorities.
    - Contribute to the creation of a positive and inclusive school culture that prioritizes the well-being of students and staff.
Requirements
  • Minimum Diploma in Early Childhood and in Leadership in Early Childhood

  • Possess at least 5 years of experience in the Early Childhood sector.

  • Management Skills (Employee Management, Centre Management and Organization)

  • Able to work with initiative and independently, as well as with a team, towards a common goal.

  • Good interpersonal and communication skills, with a high level of confidentiality.

  • A committed and responsible person who is willing to learn new skills.

  • Possess basic counselling skills and effective problem solving skills

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