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Woodstock School
List of Staffing Vacancies for July 2000

     We are seeking to recruit qualified candidates, preferably either for a three-year commitment or for one-year voluntary terms. Candidates should: uphold the mission of the school; have at least two years' experience relevant to the post applied for and suitable qualifications in their field; have overseas or cross-cultural experience; and have a love of young people, relatively good health, the ability to face challenges with humour and resilience, and a preference for teamwork.

FACULTY POSITIONS
     Librarian to manage and continue the development of one of our school libraries. Our libraries have adjacent computer labs with a full-time supervisor. The school is putting considerable resources into improving Library services to meet the research and personal reading needs of our diverse student body, and this post will be an exciting opportunity to lead this development. This post could be for one year only, or for a long-term contract; applicants should be trained school librarians with experience.

     Outdoor Education Coordinator to run our Outdoor Education programme and is responsible for the organisation of activity Week, Community Service programme, outdoor leadership activities, rural development, environmental studies and other issues relating to the region as they establish an Outdoor Education Centre.

     Media and Journalism teacher to teach Media and Journalism, act as Yearbook advisor, and run our Media Centre, containing an editing suite, a computerized journalism room, an auditorium seating 150 and viewing room. The postholder could have a teaching or media industry background.

     High School subject teachers to teach up to AP (College-prep) level in the following subjects: Geography with Sociology or Social Studies, English (Literature and Language), Physics, Chemistry, and Art.

     Computer lab supervisor and teacher for our Elementary and Middle school lab - a short or long-term position for someone with research & applications skills

Music instructors to contribute to our extensive music programme in: Piano (to advanced level), Voice and choir, Brass, and Woodwind. Short or long-term.

      RESIDENCE POSITIONS
     Residence staff
to join the residence teams, for long or short-terms:
Senior boys (Hostel, Gr. 10-12) -- an individual/couple to supervise
Senior girls (Midlands, Gr. 10-1 2)
Junior girls (Alter Ridge, Grades 7-9)
Junior boys (Ridgewood, Gr. 7-9)

ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT
     Human Resource Manager
to be responsible for the human resources of the school, including: recruitment of staff and employees; advising administration on statutory requirements and good practice; advising staff and employees on conditions of service; manage a professional development programme; and keep employment records of all employees.

     Assistant to Principal for Project Management. The postholder needs a background in civil engineering and/or building project management and must be fluent in Hindi. He/She will assist the Principal in supervising the planning and execution of major renovation projects, including liaison with authorities and contractors, budget management, reporting and quality supervision.

     Writer for the School Development Office, to write, design, publish and coordinate the printing of the wide variety of school publications and promotional materials.

     Support technician in the Information Technology department, which manages the network and communication systems.

     If you are interested in any of these positions, mail, fax or email your enquiry, including a copy of your resume or CV, to: David Jeffery, Principal, Woodstock School
E-mail: principal@woodstock.ac.in
Fax: 91-135-632885 (fax)

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