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The Girls’ Schools Association

Appointment of a Chief Executive

The Girls’ Schools Association brings together a diverse range of schools committed to educational excellence for girls. Vibrant and ambitious, with an imaginative professional development programme and a richness of expertise among its senior leaders, the GSA fosters strong and trusted partnerships between its member schools.

In the future, the GSA seeks to maintain and develop similar partnerships across the education sector and wider society, playing an ever greater professional role in promoting excellence in education nationally and internationally. The Association seeks an innovative and tenacious Chief Executive to lead it into the next exciting stage of its development, expanding membership opportunities and strengthening its influence as a forward-thinking professional body.

The new Chief Executive will be an experienced leader with a track record of success in managing complexity and effecting positive change. He or she will be a keen strategist, with the intellect and personal authority to lead a diverse membership association; and the diplomacy and influence to build close connections with an equally varied range of external stakeholders. This role offers a unique opportunity to build on the considerable existing strengths of the Association and shape the future direction of an organisation at the forefront of educational excellence. It is essential that candidates have a strong affinity with the GSA's ethos of inspiring and enabling young women to succeed.

To download the appointment details for this role, and to apply, please visit http://www.perrettlaver.com/ quoting reference 2933. The deadline for applications is 0830hrs GMT on Wednesday 8th March 2017.

The Girls’ Schools Association is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful candidate must be willing to undergo an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service.