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Job Description

Job Title:
Assistant Principal K-12
School / Location:
School / Department:
Whole School
Job Status:
Salary Code:
Work Days / Hours:
210 days @ 8 hours per day
Eligible Applicants:
Position Start Date:
Application Deadline:
Until filled
Reports to:
Brent Wingers, Principal
Requisition Number:

ISG Jubail seeks a dynamic K-12 Assistant Principal with a passion for helping faculty and students achieve their full potential.  The ideal candidate will have experience inspiring students and teachers to become conscientious and compassionate thinkers and global citizens.  This person would demonstrate a commitment to collaboration around student and faculty needs.  An Assistant Principal leads learning and acts as a change agent, able to support teacher growth and transition classroom practice.  Ultimately, our goal is to enrich and support student learning and achievement with direct student engagement, supporting teacher development, and cultivating positive parent and home connections. ISG Jubail has a strong sense of community. The successful candidate would be committed to our mission:  We inspire innovation and compassionate action. The ideal candidate would also be eager to engage in collaboration both with faculty and the whole school community. 

Job Duties

The successful candidate will be able to effectively:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to the safety and security of children and young people (child protection)
  • Shape the culture and educational direction of each division and whole school
  • Demonstrate commitment to the safety and security of children and young people (child protection)
  • Collaborate around meeting our mission:  We inspire innovation and compassionate action
  • Communicate and collaborate in a professional manner
  • Commit to continual professional learning
  • Support faculty to plan and reflect on meaningful assessment opportunities to drive student learning
  • Support faculty in planning and delivering effective and meaningful learning opportunities
  • Know and respond to the needs of faculty
  • Promote agency and innovation in the learning process
  • Foster compassion and build relationships amongst all the ISG community
  • Contribute to faculty growth and collaboration
  • Contribute to the continued development of the after-school activities / co-curricular program
  • Espouse creativity and passion in daily efforts and actions

Specifically, with regards to the Assistant Principal position, the successful candidate will be able to effectively:

  • Promote a positive culture around teamwork, growth, and learning
  • Distribute leadership, empower faculty and students, and manage and lead change 
  • Effectively manage divisional budgets and whole-school finance
  • Communicate and interact with staff, students, and parents 
  • Ensure that all school policies, procedures, and routines are effective, efficient, and regularly reviewed
  • Work closely with the Principal and administrative team, business services, and counseling
  • Respond to behavioral and disciplinary issues with students, faculty, and parents
  • Create and maintain systems of accountability for student growth and professional practice 
  • Select, orient, assign, develop, evaluate, and retain quality instructional facilitators
  • Create and manage divisional timetables, including successful coordination of events and activities
  • Navigate and model use of educational technology and learning management systems
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Principal.
Qualifications and Knowledge

The candidate must have:

  • Minimum of Master’s degree in Leadership or equivalent
  • Related advanced study or certifications


Experience and Skills

The ideal candidate will have:


  • Experience working and collaborating across elementary and secondary levels
  • Experience in an administrative role or with leading teams
  • Leading and inspiring faculty and students to be informed and inspired community members and leaders 
  • Documenting curriculum according to Understanding by Design (UbD) principles
  • Designing standards and inquiry based programs of instruction
  • Collaborating in a professional setting with large and small groups of colleagues
  • Leading groups of students and faculty


  • Positive and compassionate outlook
  • High degree of organization and fluency with technology
  • Open-mindedness and flexibility
  • A proactive approach and ability to take initiative
  • Desire to engage in meaningful collaboration
  • Strong communicative and interpersonal skills
  • A willingness to learn