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Teaching Staff Vacancies

HEAD OF CHEMISTRY

Required from 1st September 2024

The Head of Chemistry post is a tremendous opportunity for an innovative, energetic teacher and leader to join our Science Faculty. Chemistry is a very popular subject at the school with a fantastic track record of success, and we are fortunate to have an experienced team of highly qualified teachers to work with the Head of Department to support the development of the subject and its students.

If you are committed to helping us continue that journey and apply the latest thinking in teaching and learning to lay the strongest possible foundations for our students, then we would be delighted to hear from you. 

Being ‘willing to go the extra mile’ is a major part of the role for all teachers at the RGS, not merely in specialist activities, but in a huge range of extra-curricular sporting, artistic and cultural work. We are keen to invite applications from those who would like to make their own distinctive contribution to this ethos. We very much value colleagues who are willing to contribute to our extra-curricular programme.

The RGS has its own salary scale (which is above national pay scales for teachers).

Closing Date: 9.00am Monday 4th March 2024

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TEACHER OF PHYSICS (Fixed Term)

Required from September 2024

We have a unique opportunity for someone to join our superb Physics Department. This is a maternity-cover role which is estimated to run until June 2025, with the potential to extend beyond this by mutual agreement, if required. Ideally, we are looking to make a full-time appointment, but we may be able to consider a part time alternative (0.8+) for the right applicant. You must be an excellent subject specialist with the ability to inspire our enthusiastic students from Y7 to A Level and Oxbridge. You should be able to teach Physics to a high level.

Being ‘willing to go the extra mile’ is a major part of the role for all teachers at the RGS, not merely in specialist activities but in a huge range of co-curricular sporting, artistic and cultural work. We are keen to invite applications from those who would like to make their own distinctive contribution to this ethos. We very much value colleagues who are willing to contribute to the co-curricular programme.

The RGS has its own salary scale (which is above national pay scales for teachers) and provides ECTs with an appropriate programme of induction leading to QTS.

Closing Date: 9.00am Monday 26th February 2024

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TEACHER OF ENGLISH (FULL TIME, FIXED TERM)

Required from September 2024 until approximately March 2025

We have a wonderful opportunity for someone to join our vibrant and scholarly English department. This is a maternity-cover role which is estimated to run until the end of March in the 2024-25 academic year, with the potential to extend beyond this by mutual agreement, if required. The successful candidate will be a dynamic and inspiring teacher from Year 7 through to A Level, with experience of preparing and guiding Oxbridge candidates. We are looking for an experienced candidate, whether that be in the independent sector or otherwise, and we will ensure that appropriate training and mentoring is provided either way.

Being ‘willing to go the extra mile’ is a major part of the role for all teachers at the RGS, not merely in specialist activities but in a huge range of co-curricular sporting, artistic and cultural work. We are keen to invite applications from those who would like to make their own distinctive contribution to this ethos. We very much value colleagues who are willing to contribute to the co-curricular programme.

The RGS has its own salary scale (which is above national pay scales for teachers) and provides ECTs with an appropriate programme of induction leading to QTS.

Closing Date: 9.00am Monday 26th February 2024

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Non-teaching Staff Vacancies

EXAMS INVIGILATORS

We have an excellent opportunity for a friendly and professional Exams Invigilator to join our current Exams Invigilation team. We are looking for someone who is motivated, approachable, reliable, highly trustworthy and has an eye for detail. The main responsibility of an invigilator is to ensure the security of the public exams whilst offering appropriate support to students. This will be undertaken under the supervision of one of our experienced Lead Invigilators.  The successful candidate will receive the appropriate invigilation training prior to commencing the role and ongoing support and training. 

If you are interested in this role and think you will be able to bring the right qualities to our team, we would love to hear from you!

Hours: Generally, the main periods of work will be during May and June with other opportunities available throughout the year.  Hours will be offered in line with the invigilation requirement at school.

Salary: Exams Invigilators are paid £11.15 per hour + 15% holiday pay. You will be paid for a minimum of 3 hours for any invigilation work carried out. The Exams Invigilator will be employed on an Assignment contract (see job information for further details).

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and interviews will be offered to suitable candidates on a rolling basis.  Early applications are therefore encouraged, and the school may remove the advert at its discretion.

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