Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School are continually looking to strengthen our teaching and support staff and recruit professionals who share our values of being enthusiastic, confident and committed, and who have a passion for our rapidly expanding school. Our current vacancies are listed below.
We are keen to hear from any individuals that can offer interpretation/translation services in a multitude of foreign languages. This would be on an “as and when required” basis to assist with letters and face-to-face meetings (i.e. there is no role at the moment but we need your details to keep on file).
If you feel you could offer this service please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details, providing information on the languages you can speak/write, to what proficiency, and your availability (i.e. whether you work full-time, part-time, or do not work at all) so we can consider best how to fit our requirements around you.
Teaching Assistant Level 3
An enthusiastic and hardworking Level 3 Teaching Assistant is required to join our Primary School Team working with pupils in our over-subscribed School, where the education, pastoral care and welfare of the pupils are paramount.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and demonstrate initiative, sensitivity and commitment to the role and the staff team.
A Support Staff application form is available below and must be sent along with a covering letter to arrive by noon on Friday 25h January 2019 to email@example.com.
The school is committed to safeguarding the welfare of our children and young people and the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS clearance.
Contract: full-time, term-time only
Hours: 08:30 to 16:00 = 35 hours per week
Pay: Salary is £15,512.36 (FTE £20,287.80)
Peripatetic Brass Teacher – Maternity Cover
We are seeking to employ a highly skilled and passionate peripatetic brass teacher to provide individual tuition to pupils in the Senior School, aged 11-18, with possible expansion to Junior School pupils aged 8-11. All peripatetic staff are encouraged to contribute to the provision of the extra-curricular music opportunities on offer to pupils within the school; a brass group, for example. The position currently involves approximately three to four teaching hours per week, with a view to increasing the number of pupils receiving lessons. Brass lessons take place on Wednesdays, however, this can be discussed at interview.
All peripatetic music teachers are expected to plan individual lessons and overall schemes of work for pupils and they will be required to prepare pupils for performances, examinations, auditions and festivals. All peripatetic staff are required to report directly to the Subject Leader of Music on all matters relating to attendance, timetabling, examination entries and hours.
Hourly rate of pay is £23.25 per hour (plus holiday pay)
A Teaching Staff application form is available below and must be sent along with a covering letter to arrive by noon on Friday 15th February 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org
The successful applicant would be required to start the week commencing Monday 25th February 2019.
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