Overview

Deputy Head Teacher (Middle School)

The position

The Deputy Head Teacher (Middle School) will report to the Senior School Head Teacher and work closely with the Senior Leadership Team, department heads, and other staff in ensuring that the highest standards of teaching and learning are practiced throughout the school, with a key focus on the Middle Years Programme (IBMYP, Grades 6 to 8), and in line with the school’s strategic plan.S/he takes on a suitable teaching allocation, has a profound understanding of the needs of students in the relevant age group and the IB Middle Years Programme, ensures the provision of adequate pastoral support for students and is a collaborative, passionate, globally-minded individual with excellent organizational and time-management skills. S/he is able to set and fulfill the highest standards and expectations, is self-motivated, and enthusiastic about the development of students in Grades 6 to 8. S/he possesses excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a sincere commitment to contribute to the work of the Senior Leadership Team.

The requirements

Qualifications and Experience

Bachelor’s degree in Education (B.Ed.)
5 years of IB Middle Years’ Programme and/or IB Diploma outstanding teaching experience as well as previous Middle Years’ Programme and/or IB Diploma leadership experience in an IB World School
Teachers Service Commission Certification
Responsibilities

Supports the Head of Senior School and provides effective leadership in the development and successful implementation structures and processes that support IBMYP students, especially in grades 6 to 8
Contributes to the production of a timetable that meets the learning needs of students and the requirements of the MYP
Ensures adequate pastoral support for students in grades 6 to 8
Role-models best practices in teaching and learning
Monitors assessment, reporting and data management
Contributes to staff performance management, School Policy development and implementation, ongoing professional development and staff recruitment

MODE OF APPLICATION

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About Aga Khan Education Service, Kenya (AKESK)

The Aga Khan Academy Nairobi is operated by Aga Khan Education Service Kenya (AKESK), a non-profit organization, with close to a hundred years’ experience operating schools in Kenya. Our first formal schools were opened in 1918, and AKESK currently operates 11 schools in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu and Eldoret, serving close to 5,000 students with a quality, affordable education.