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Highland Council looking to fill top jobs at two Badenoch primary schools

By Gavin Musgrove

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Highland Council is looking to recruit headteacher at two primary school in Badenoch and Strathspey.

The vacancies are at Kingussie Primary School and Alvie Primary School in Kincraig.

They are amongst 13 headteacher vacancies in schools across the Highlands also including in Lochaber, Easter Ross, Caithness and Inverness.

The posts have just been launched online at My Job Scotland.

The Kingussie post is advertised with a salary of £56,400 and the top job at Alvie for £52,785.

The council is also looking to fill the post of depute headteacher at Grantown Grammar School with a salary of £56,400

A Highland Council spokesperson said: "The role of the headteacher is to work in collaboration with staff, pupils, parents, community and professional partners to provide vision, leadership and direction to ensure effective and high standards of education for all pupils.

"In implementing the vision within the resources available, the headteacher is required to conduct the affairs of the school to the benefit of the pupils and the community it serves, through pursuing objectives and implementing policies set by the education authority under the overall direction of the director of care and learning."

Full details of the posts are available by visiting My Job Scotland here

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