CHELSEA ACADEMY HEAD OF SCHOOL POSITION DESCRIPTION Chelsea Academy is a nationally ranked independent private Catholic school for children in grades four through twelve. Chelsea Academy’s Mission: Chelsea Academy seeks to form confident young men and women educated in the liberal arts tradition and the Catholic faith. The Academy is committed to promoting and cultivating in its students the life of the mind and the love of truth; an appreciation for the natural world and the heritage of human achievement; enduring friendships; a spirit of adventure; and the virtues of honesty, diligence, courage, piety, and personal responsibility. Through an ethos shaped by Catholic teaching and devotions and a balanced curriculum that includes the humanities, sciences, the arts, and athletics, Chelsea Academy provides students with opportunities for developing themselves into adults who are capable of making positive contributions to their families, places of work, and communities. The ideal candidate should Have a knowledge and love of the teachings of the Catholic Church; Have experience as an educator, ideally in a Catholic school setting; Have experience in school administration; Be knowledgeable in curriculum development and a traditional Catholic liberal arts education; Be collegial and collaborative; Be able work with the board of directors, administrative team, faculty, and parents toward a common goal; Have strong leadership abilities and excellent people management skills; Possess superior written and oral communication skills; Have experience managing an institutional operations budget; and Be willing to relocate to the Front Royal, VA area. The head of school reports directly to the Chelsea Academy Board of Directors and is responsible for school operations and personnel administration, including hiring, supervision, and training. In addition, the head of school oversees academic performance, student life, and Chelsea Academy’s curriculum, and ensures conformance with all laws and regulations. The Chelsea Academy Board of Directors appoints the head of school, who must have a collaborative relationship with the board. The head of school leads Chelsea Academy in accordance with its mission and philosophy, and cultivates relationships within the Chelsea Academy community and the Diocese of Arlington. Salary is competitive. Requirements Certification: Not required Applicants should submit: A resume of the relevant training and work experience A cover letter (not exceeding 2 pages) detailing your educational philosophy and relevant experience The names of at least two work-related references and one pastoral reference Submit resume, cover letter, and references to Submission deadline: January 15, 2021

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