| Chapel Hill Early School seeks a full time Head Teacher to lead a school community committed to developing a child-centered and mission-driven curriculum for children ages 3-6. Ours is an emergent curriculum through which children construct their understanding of the world by experimenting, playing, questioning, discussing and wondering. This ten month position will include working with an in-house staff of 4 teachers, 27 children, their families, and UNC work study students as well as the leadership team at Carolina Friends School and the entire school community. |
Responsibilities of the position include: Supervise and support teaching staff Supervise and support extended day staff Supervise and support college work study students Collaborate with teachers to plan and develop curriculum Build community among parents, teachers, and the School Provide care and activities for the children after lunch for approximately 1 1/2 hours Conduct admission visits and interviews and make admission decisions in collaboration with the Admissions Director and the teaching staff Supervise the maintenance and upkeep of the school building, including repair requests and the cleaning staff Make budgetary decisions concerning staffing, activities, and classroom needs Maintain a strong and collaborative relationship with the Chapel Hill Friends Meeting Consult with fellow administrators of the School to further the mission and philosophy of Carolina Friends School
Candidates from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applicants should supply the following materials within a single PDF file by March 24, 2017: letter of interest statement of educational philosophy resume writing sample three reference letters (may be sent separately)
Please submit to email@example.com and indicate Chapel Hill Early School Head Teacher in your subject line. Application materials should be submitted by March 24, 2017.
We are grateful for your interest in working for CFS. Please be advised that only candidates who submit all required materials and who meet the current needs of the School will be considered and, where appropriate, contacted for an interview.
All offers of employment are conditional upon satisfactory completion of a background check prior to beginning work.
Carolina Friends School does not discriminate based on age, race, color, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, physical disability, genetic information, family status, socioeconomic background, national or ethnic origin, military service, or any other protected class in the administration of its policies and programs.
CFS is an equal opportunity employer in both policy and practice.