DeadlineDate of publication: 17/10/2019 Closing date: 15/11/2019
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From September 2020, a new post has been created, due to School expansion to 1,500 students.
Competitive salary, up to £82,117pa ● excellent benefits & training provision ● excellent family accommodation ● staff fee remission ● superb working environment ● London 30 mins by train
This is an exciting professional opportunity to take a leading role in one of the largest and most successful independent schools in the UK. The post will suit a candidate with experience of and commitment to Catholic independent education, who wishes to work strategically with staff and Governors and gain experience leading change and School development.
The successful candidate will have a strong academic track record of teaching at GCSE and A Level and have the ability to inspire, engage and motivate students and staff. S/he will have demonstrable success in team leadership at management level, preferably including experience as an academic Head of Department, and will be financially astute with an awareness of the wider political and economic challenges facing independent boarding & day schools.
New Hall operates a distinctive and innovative ‘diamond model’ structure (providing a mix of single-sex and co-educational teaching), together with a combination of provision for day students and for a community of around 250 boarders. GCSE and A Level results are excellent. There is an exciting and ambitious School Development Plan. A 5/6-bedroomed family house, within two miles of the School, may be offered to rent, since it is beneficial for the role to live close to the School and to contribute to boarding life.
Closing Date: 4.00pm, Friday 15 November 2019
First Round Interview Date: Week of 18 November 2019
Second Round Interview Date: Week of 25 November 2019
New Hall is committed to safeguarding pupils. There will be an enhanced DBS check prior to appointment. An application form and job pack is available to download. Alternatively, please contact the HR Department on 01245 467 588
Job ID: NH0033