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ADEK to recruit experienced UAE nationals to lead emirate’s charter schools

Recruits to receive specialised training and employment opportunity pathways for Principal and Vice-Principal roles at charter schools

Abu Dhabi, Nov 22, 2022: Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) has launched a new leadership edition of its homegrown talent incubator, the Emirati Recruitment Initiative (ERI).

The latest drive aims to attract experienced Emirati educators to the emirate’s expansive charter schools ecosystem as part of the ongoing efforts to further enrich homegrown capabilities and aid the long-term development of the vital charter school network. 

Applications are now open to UAE nationals with relevant education sector experience who want to play a role in nurturing the next generation of students across the emirate’s charter schools. Successful Emirati recruits will access specialised training and pathways to job opportunities as Principals and Vice Principals across the charter school network.

Sara Awadh Issa Musallam, Minister of State for Early Education, Chairman of the Federal Agency of Early Education (FAEE) and ADEK Chairman says, “Emirati cadres are a key pillar to the success of our education ecosystem, especially across charter schools, where our Emirati students can access quality education opportunities while fostering their sense of national identity.” 

“Enriching development pathways for Emirati educators helps guarantee a sustainable human capital talent pool capable of leading the future development of the education sector. We aim to increase the number of passionate and dedicated Emirati employees across Abu Dhabi’s charter schools as we believe Emirati school leaders are critical in delivering our mission of building global citizens who remain faithful to their national and cultural roots.”

The fourth recruitment drive is dedicated to attracting school leaders, and follows three previous drives to recruit teachers, administrators, counsellors, social workers and parent relations executives. The first three ERI recruitment drives attracted more than 300 UAE national participants, with the programme directly responsible for placing 145 Emirati education professionals across charter schools.

Khulood Al Dhaheri, Executive Director of Education Partnerships Sector at ADEK, adds: “This strategic development opportunity is open to all experienced Emirati educators; we invite them to become school leaders, and encourage applications to support students in realising their full potential. The initiative is a clear demonstration of our commitment to empower Emirati human capital in line with the recent expansion of our charter schools model, which now offers quality learning opportunities to over 46,500 students.” 

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a two-day assessment workshop, during which they will hear from expert panelists and undergo a detailed orientation on ADEK’s charter school ecosystem. Candidates will then be grouped into teams to solve a case study challenge, before presenting their outcomes to a selection panel. Successful candidates will be scored on their understanding of the case study challenge, their communication skills, applied research, quality of their proposed solution, the narrative and flow of their presentation and their ability to respond to panel enquiries.

Interested candidates can apply online via https://leadership.charterschools.ae/

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