Little Rock, AR United States
Episcopal Collegiate School in Little Rock, Arkansas is searching for a new Head of Upper School. The new Head of Upper School will be responsible for the continued academic, programmatic, administrative, and cultural health of the division. In addition to overseeing daily operations of the Upper School, this individual will provide the strategic vision and leadership necessary to create and sustain a supportive and challenging environment that values both tradition and innovation. The Head of Upper School will be a key member of the senior administrative team, which is comprised of the Middle and Lower School Division Heads, the Director of Finance and Operations, Assistant Head of Strategic Initiatives, the Director of Admission, the Director of Marketing, the Director of Development, the Director of Student Support Services, the Academic Dean, the Director of Technology, the Chaplain, and the Athletics Director. Currently, the Upper School has an administrative team that includes a Dean of Students and department head structure that works closely with the Head of Upper School.
Respect, Reverence, Responsibility
These three qualities of the Episcopal Collegiate School motto are infused into every aspect of school life. An independent, college preparatory school enrolling students in grades PK-12, Episcopal Collegiate is rooted in the Episcopal tradition and affirming of all faiths. The School strives to develop in its students respect for all persons, reverence of God, and a sense of moral responsibility. During their tenures at Episcopal, students develop into responsible, self-motivated individuals: critical and creative in their thinking, generous in their service, and reverent of a loving God. Across three divisions, the School provides an academically challenging, hands-on, inquiry-based approach to learning that elicits strengths from students of all learning styles. A well-organized advising system provides structured support, and students thrive in an environment that is at once challenging and nurturing. Chapel service provides a daily relationship with the School’s Episcopal heritage and offers an opportunity for students to reflect on purpose and meaning as they seek clarity in their own lives.
Interested and qualified candidates should submit electronically in one email and as separate documents (PDFs) the following materials:
- A cover letter expressing their interest in this particular position
- A current resume
- A one-page statement of professional philosophy and leadership practice
- An annotated list of five professional references with name, phone number, and email address (references will be contacted only with prior candidate approval). Must include past employers that are immediate supervisors.
All materials should be sent via email to:
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