Nov 21, 2019
The Academic Quality Controller (AQC) is responsible and accountable for the academic success of students. The AQC inspires teachers to excel in their jobs and motivates students to achieve their highest potential. The AQC provides instructional and administrative leadership to the teaching staff, oversees implementation of curriculum, coordinates exams and monitors student academic performance. The AQC works closely with the School Director, the school administrative team, and SABIS® to ensure student success. The AQC provides first contact to parents on academic issues and serves as liaison to the Parent Connection/Network. The AQC must attend all school functions. The AQC ensures the school and SABIS® brand, philosophy, systems, policies, and procedures are properly implemented and observed. Requirements Bachelor's degree in Education or a related field, Master's preferred (may be required if necessary to comply with local regulations) Demonstrated successful teaching experience Senior teaching or administrative position in an educational institution a plus Federal, state, county, or city certification/credentials, as required Federal and state education certification, as required Competencies Leadership and team management skills Professional Presence: Ability to pay attention, listen, ask questions, and make everyone feel like they are being heard and valued Foster Teamwork. As a team member, the ability and desire to work cooperatively with others on a team; as a team leader, the ability to demonstrate interest, skill, and success in getting groups to learn to work together Decisiveness: The ability to make difficult decisions in a timely manner Technical Expertise: The ability to demonstrate depth of knowledge and skill in a technical area Build Collaborative Relationships: The ability to develop, maintain, and strengthen partnerships with others inside or outside the organization who can provide information, assistance, and support Personal Credibility: Demonstrated concern that one be perceived as responsible, reliable, and trustworthy. Results Driven: The ability to focus on the desired result of one's own or one's direct report's work, setting challenging goals, focusing effort on the goals, and meeting or exceeding them Strive for continuous improvements in oneself and others Flexibility: Openness to different and new ways of doing things; willingness to modify one's preferred way of doing things Ability to work with others and coach them to develop their capabilities; provides helpful, behaviorally specific feedback to others; shares information, advice, and suggestions to help others to be more successful; provides effective coaching; gives people assignments that will help develop their abilities; regularly meets with employees to review their development progress; recognizes and reinforces people's developmental efforts and improvements; expresses confidence in others' ability to be successful Manage Performance: The ability to take responsibility for one's own and other's performance, by setting clear goals and expectations, tracking progress against the goals, ensuring feedback, and addressing performance problems and issues promptly; Initiative: Identifying what needs to be done and doing it before being asked or before the situation requires it Interpersonal skills: The ability to notice, interpret, and anticipate others' concerns and feelings, and to communicate this awareness empathetically to others.
SABIS Educational Systems, Inc.
Eden Prairie, MN, USA