School Director / CEO
- Opportunity for educational leader to make lasting change in the fight against poverty
- Based in Tanzania, East Africa
- Minimum 3-year commitment
The Board of The School of St Jude Ltd invites applications and expressions of interest for the position of School Director.
The School of St Jude is a charity funded school that provides a free, high-quality primary and secondary education to over 1,500 of the poorest and brightest children of Arusha region, Tanzania, East Africa. The school, located across three campuses, also provides boarding for 1,000 students, employs over 400 Tanzanians and welcomes approximately 50 international volunteers each year.
St Jude’s is entering an exciting phase of growth and strategic change. We are looking for an experienced and passionate educational leader to guide The School of St Jude in the implementation of its strategic plan. You will provide vision and professional leadership while overseeing the day-to-day management and administration of the entire school.
You will have previous experience within a senior management role at an educational institution and will be excited to utilise your experience leading change and working with local and international stakeholders to make a positive impact on the state of education and poverty within Tanzania. You have a proven track record of effective financial and marketing management and will be excited to motivate, inspire and build capacity among a diverse staff group.
You will receive a comfortable salary and accommodation will be provided, but it should be noted that The School of St Jude is a charity funded school and all of the international staff who are supporting the school are working as volunteers.
To join the fight against poverty through education as School Director / CEO of The School of St Jude, please forward a letter of application, your CV, a personal statement detailing your beliefs and values about education and the contact details of three references to Shean Gannon, firstname.lastname@example.org.