Director of Secondary
- Lead a positive culture of innovation and excellence
- Engaging and connected
- Provide positive and inspirational leadership
Montessori International College (MIC) seeks to appoint an exceptional and inspirational leader to the position of Director of Secondary. Reporting to the Principal, the Director of Secondary will lead and manage the development of the integrated learning program (Grades 7-12) of MIC’s Secondary campus focussing on the areas of learning and teaching. This will include the introduction of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, including the accreditation process for staff and the College with the aim to start in 2026.
The Director of Secondary is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and has collaborative leadership responsibilities in relation to the research, development, design and delivery of the School’s curriculum and specific responsibilities regarding the strategic development of learning and teaching in the Secondary School. The Director of Secondary also plays an important role in the strategic planning, leadership and management of the whole school.
The successful candidate will have outstanding interpersonal skills and exhibit a supportive and collaborative management and leadership style that nurtures, challenges and inspires students and staff. The appointee will actively support MIC’s vision of co-creating an innovative learning ecosystem that cultivates and harnesses potential for all students and employees.
Montessori International College (MIC) is an independent, non-denominational Montessori school renowned for its innovative learning spaces and expertly trained teachers. Situated on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, they cater for children from Kindergarten to Secondary school.
MIC students enjoy a learner-friendly education. They experience hands-on, multi-dimensional, broad-based learning and the support of a caring and inclusive community. Learning occurs in carefully prepared environments, under the guidance of trained teachers in the Montessori philosophy. These learning spaces provide a comprehensive participatory framework for MIC students to engage their intellectual curiosity and realise their creative potential.
Montessori education is structured so that children learn how to manage their own learning, how to identify good questions and find their own answers independently. With the extra attention we provide in a small school environment, our students consistently demonstrate independence, accomplishment, civility, responsibility for self and others, and an enthusiasm for distinction in all they do.
For more information on the school visit: www.mic.qld.edu.au
To apply: click on ‘APPLY NOW’ and using reference MIChos1123 address your cover letter and resume to Liam King of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 347 437 for further information.Download candidate information