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British School of Geneva
Date Added: May 25, 2022
The Head of Finance & Operations (Switzerland) is responsible for managing all financial matters across ISP’s two schools in Geneva (British School of Geneva and Ecole Mosaic), together with the relationship between the schools and the outsourcing company responsible for the transactional accounting, billing and payroll (FIEF).
The role will report directly into the Principals of the two schools, with a dotted line to the Regional Finance Director – Europe. The role is the main finance point of contact for BSG/Mosaic for the ISP Europe Region.
The role will also support the Principals at both schools to drive revenue growth and profitability, improve margins through the more efficient use of resources and better procurement.
Direct reports: Purchasing Officer at Mosaic and FIEF.
British School of Geneva
The British School of Geneva (BSG) offers the cohesive English National Curriculum from Reception through to A-Levels. Open to students of all origins and educational backgrounds, there are currently over 70 nationalities represented, and this extraordinary diversity enriches lessons, perspectives and friendships.
Class sizes are limited to a maximum of 18 students (maximum 14 in A-Level classes) so that teachers can tailor lessons to suit individual learning needs.
Mosaic School, in Geneva, Switzerland, was found in 2004, starting with 40 students aged 3 to 6, and gradually building up to reach 320 students today, with an expansion plan to reach 450 students aged 2,5 to 12 by 2025.
Mosaic is well-respected within the Swiss and international community. In a world where migration – voluntary or imposed – becomes normality, Mosaic school aims at making children aware of the richness of our differences and prepares them from the very beginning of their school experience, to develop an in-depth knowledge of their own culture as well as of those they will be in contact with. Mosaic has therefore created an environment where multiculturalism is praised as an asset, taught as a subject, and where understanding and therefore adaptation to an ever-changing world is part of everyday school culture.
The International Schools Partnership (ISP) is creating a leading learning-centered international family of private schools around the world, all of which aim to be the school of choice in their local area. Learning is at the heart of everything we do for our students, colleagues, and parents. We are committed to getting better, all the time.
ISP was founded by an experienced team of committed educationalists and operators who have worked together over many years. The group has grown rapidly over the past 7 years and is now one of the largest schools’ groups globally and currently has over 62 schools, operating in 16 countries, structured into 8 regions, delivering multiple curricula, and building on local brands and reputations, with ambitions to be 75-100 schools, within 5 years. With over 50,000 students and 7,500 staff, it is a complex group and one which is growing very rapidly both through investment in its existing schools, opening new schools and through acquiring schools.
Financial Planning & Analysis
Operational & Commercial Support
Undertake such other reasonable responsibilities and tasks that may, from time to time, be assigned by the Principals and the Finance Director – Europe.
Safeguarding & Safer Recruitment
ISP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All post holders are subject to appropriate vetting procedures and satisfactory Criminal Background Checks or equivalent covering the previous 10 years employment history.