Lycée International de Houston accredited by French Ministry of Education (AEFE) and The International
Baccalaureate (IB) welcomes students from La Creche (18 months) to the 12th grade. Our school
encourages students to develop their curiosity, creativity, and independence. The excellence of our
bilingual program, the rigor of French and American standards, and the kindness and attention we
promote are the foundations of our mission. We are committed to upholding the best interests of the
child as a student and future citizen of the world.
Lycée International de Houston is looking for an energetic and motivated qualified Proviseur Adjoint with
strong academic and managerial qualifications, who will report to the Head of the School and assume
supervision on behalf of or in the absence of the Head of School. At the discretion of the Head of School,
specific responsibilities and latitude of independent action will vary, but the Proviseur Adjoint will assist
in the administration of the school and provide leadership according to our mission, vision, and
philosophy. The Proviseur Adjoint will assist in the formulation of policies, organizational plans, goals, and
objectives in order to develop and maintain an educationally effective school of excellence.
The Employee shall require to be highly professional and the ability to maintain confidentiality and
Only candidates with experience related to the position and authorized to work in the United States
will be contacted. Successful candidates will have to undergo a background check.
Qualifications and Qualities:
• Must have a master’s degree and Principal certification to be in compliance with French Ministry
of Education (AEFE) regulations.
• Thorough knowledge of the French educational system
• Must have completed three (3) years of successful teaching.
• Demonstrate ability to relate and communicate effectively and professionally to the students,
faculty and staff, parents/guardians, and members of the community.
• Able to speak and write French fluently.
• Bilingual in English.
Non-Instructional Specific Duties
• To provide leadership for French curriculum development and evaluation in accordance with
French Ministry of Education (AEFE) Certification.
• Meet with the Head of School to discuss the implementation of school policies and programs.
• Assist the Head of School in supervising and evaluating faculty.
• Assist the Head of School in assigning teachers to special duties, i.e., cafeteria duty, hall duty,
recess, carpool, etc.
• Assist the Head of School in organizing the ceremonies.
• Assist the Head of School the setup of homerooms.
• Assist the Head of School in responsibility of attendance and discipline.
• Assist in the supervision of student activities (dances, proms, plays, field trips, and school
events) which may occur in the evening or weekends.
• Arrange for class coverage in case of teacher absence or as needed.
• Assist the Head of School in management of school administrative integrated software system,
ProNote, group management, grade recording, report cards and progress reports.
• Assist the Head of School in organization of class councils Student Evaluation Committee
meetings (conseil de classe-CVC-CVL-conseil mi-trimestre- conseil pédagogique…).
• Assist the Head of School in management of student files, issuance of student certificates,
transcripts, updating of student records.
• Assume responsibility for organization of Baccalauréat exams (11th and 12th), Diplôme national
du breve, and mock exams, invitations to sit for exams, convening, organization and travel
arrangements for examiners/reviewers.
• Assist the Head of School in the setting of targets for external exam performance and for college
• Assume responsibility for management and preparation of French scholarship financial aid
requests for families (dossiers de bourses).
• Assist the Head of School in the organization of the pre-start of school, the start of school, and
end of school activities (teacher trainings and files, class lists, skill achievement records,
examination records, correspondence, skills booklets, brevet and bac forms, etc.)
• Assist the Head of the School with the Safety and Crisis Management regulations.
• Assume responsibility for the documentation needed for mandated programs.
• Assist the Head of the School in translating documents from English to French.
• Assume the responsibility of student scheduling at the direction of the Head of School.
• Assist the Head of School in interpreting school programs to the community.
• Meet with teachers, students, parents/guardians as needed.
• Assist the Head of School in conducting orientation for incoming students, including open
houses, testing days, and school tours.
• Assist to Human Resources in the recruitment, supervise, and evaluate teachers and substitutes
• Assume responsibility for coordinating student/teacher and student/observer assignments.
• Assist the Head of School in reviewing new textbooks.
• Assist the Head of School in arranging in-service workshops.
• Promote school programs within the school and the community.
• Prepare and complete paperwork after school hours.
• Portray an effective role model for faculty, staff, students, parents/guardians, community
• Assist the Head of the School in stimulating and providing professional development of the
faculty (teachers trainings).
• Oversees in Financial aid (dossiers de bourses) for families.
• Assume responsibility for the election of “délégués de classe”.
• Assume responsibility for the French Ministry of Education accreditation processes of the
• Assume responsibility for updating teachers’ personal information (détachement)
Instructional Duties, as needed
• Plan, prepare, and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
• Develops schemes of work, lesson plans and tests that are in accordance with established
• Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials.
• Use relevant technology to support and differentiate instruction.
Applications must including:
1. Cover letter outlining your strengths, experience, educational and leadership
3. At least two professional references
4. At least two recommendation letters
It is the policy of the School to assure equal employment opportunity in its personnel practices. This
includes equal treatment in its hiring selection, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits, training,
discipline and other personnel practices and terms or conditions of employment without regard to race,
color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ethnic or religious beliefs, veteran status,
disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law. Discrimination against any employee
or applicant based on any of these conditions will not be tolerated. This Policy governs all aspects of
employment, including recruiting, hiring, job assignment, compensation, training, promotions, discipline,
access to benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment and termination