Sea Change – across the Tasman

November 18, 2010 by J-Wire
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Moriah College in Wellington is looking for a new principal…

Principal U1.  Permanent.  2.4 days management release.

Moriah College Primary School (Integrated Special Character School) is seeking a passionate, highly motivated Teaching Principal to help our school reach its full potential.

We are a small (30 pupil, with capacity for more than 60) school located within the Wellington Jewish Community Centre on the edge of Wellington’s CBD.

In addition to being a great leader, a sound financial manager, a navigator of bureaucracy and an excellent communicator, you will also have responsibility for teaching our senior class (currently years 4-8) of eager learners.  You will have a good working knowledge of the NZ Curriculum and know what it takes to attract new students to a school.
You may not be Jewish but you will be interested in Jewish Culture, experienced at infusing cultural themes throughout a school and you will share Jewish values such as lifetime learning, honesty and ethical behaviour.
You will thrive on the challenge of growing a school roll, bringing more of the ‘special character’ into our school and connecting with the school’s community, while giving our senior students the outstanding education they deserve.
Our Board is new but highly motivated and eager to start working with a permanent Principal in Term One 2011.
Applications close 25 November 2010.  For further information please email rachel@dahlberg.co.nz or phone our Board member, Rachel Dahlberg on + 64 4 801 8015.

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One Response to “Sea Change – across the Tasman”
  1. Norman Kabak says:

    A great leader, a sound financial manager, a navigator of bureaucracy,
    and an excellent communicator,

    If you can find such a person, she/he can run for elected office!!!

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