Jobs Career Advice Signup
X

Send this job to a friend

X

Did you notice an error or suspect this job is scam? Tell us.

  • Posted: Oct 19, 2020
    Deadline: Oct 23, 2020
    • @gmail.com
    • @yahoo.com
    • @outlook.com
  • Greensteds is a co-educational boarding and day school (IAPS and CIS) following the National Curriculum of England & Wales from Early Years to IGCSE, and A level. Greensteds School is situated 140 km north of Nairobi, in the heart of Kenya’s Rift Valley and within ten minutes drive of Lake Nakuru National Park. The School is set in a rural se...
    Read more about this company

     

    Teacher of Music

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Director of Music. Applicants should have:

    • Certification in Music Education (BA. /B.Ed./MA) or related field and a teaching
    • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and
    • Creative teacher with the ability to direct musical performances
    • Ability to manage sound and PA systems and deliver Music technology
    • Piano skills will be preferable
    • Ability to work with and mentor children of all ages
    • Ability and experience in scheduling and working with peripatetic teachers
    • Ability and experience to prepare students for additional/external Music examinations
    • Willingness and availability to work flexible hours
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    Teacher of Drama

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Faculty. Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in English (BA. /B.Ed.) with specialization in Drama and a teaching qualification with a TSC
    • Experience and proven success in teaching the National Curriculum of England and
    • Ability and experience to write and/or direct school plays across the whole school
    • Creative teacher with the ability to take leadership responsibilities
    • The ability to teach English will be an added advantage
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    Teacher of IT

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Faculty. Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in ICT (BSc. /B.Ed.) or related field and a teaching
    • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
    • Ability and experience in teaching ICT BTEC
    • Ability and experience of leading a department and preparing A-Level students for exams will be advantageous
    • Ability to lead implementation of whole school ICT
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    Deputy Head

    The Deputy Head must have detailed knowledge of the operations of a British Curriculum school and will be answerable to the Headmaster

    The following outline gives an overall range of duties and responsibilities but is not exhaustive and the Director of Studies may be required to undertake such other duties appropriate to the post, as the Headmaster may reasonably require:

    Responsibilities

    Administration:

    • To implement the school’s policies;
    • To maintain effective discipline through implementation of the school’s procedures;
    • To monitor standards of teaching and learning within departments in order to ensure the highest quality of provision and learning for all pupils;
    • To keep up-to-date with educational reform and policy by ensuring an awareness of education initiatives and their usefulness;
    • To inform and liaise with the Head and where necessary present information regarding new developments to staff and Heads of Departments;
    • To attend all staff meetings, Head of Department meetings, Senior Leadership/Management team meetings and examination Review meetings;
    • To oversee the formulation of school and departmental development plans (reviews and updates);
    • To chair Curriculum Development meetings and discuss any proposals resulting from these meetings with the Headmaster, updating the curriculum policy annually;
    • To promote the general care of the school by demonstrating awareness of what is needed and responding as necessary;
    • To take assembly in the absence of the Headmaster, shared with the Director of Pastoral Care
    • To line manage all Heads of Faculty;
    • To participate in the appointment of staff to departments and support the Head of Department in the drawing up of their specific job descriptions;
    • To promote development and training opportunities for all departments;
    • To take an appropriate part in the school’s appraisal process;

    Assessment, Recording and Reporting

    • To be responsible for whole school monitoring and development of assessment, recording, reporting and target setting, including updating the Assessment Policy;
    • To generate ideas for the improvement of the School Management Information System and oversee its use for pupil tracking and reporting;
    • To oversee communications regarding pupils within the school to ensure clear channels of communication and follow up
    • To monitor reporting to parents from the tutor / pastoral team
    • Oversight and development of communication to parents via the school newsletter and other media
    • Playing a leading role in social events and school functions

    Teaching and Learning

    • Monitor standards of teaching and learning within departments, and to ensure that schemes of work and department handbooks are updated by Heads of Department;
    • Plan and implement initiatives for the development of teaching and learning;
    • Oversee the departmental and teacher’s performance review procedures;
    • Formally meet HoDs and HoFs on a regular basis to monitor standards within departments;
    • Implement an ongoing programme of observation to ensure high standards of teaching and learning and to promote the sharing of best practice;
    • Ensure that the academic needs of individual pupils referred by Form Teachers or Heads of Departments, are met and, where necessary, to develop a plan of action for a particular pupil;
    • Review and update the Homework
    • To teach a percentage of the timetable in a given

    Timetable and Staffing

    • Construct or oversee construction of the timetable
    • Review the timetable, in order to ensure that it enables the best quality teaching and learning to take place;
    • Review academic staff requirements with the Headmaster and advice on recruitment of academic staff;
    • Organize and/ or deliver INSET for staff where relevant;
    • Develop and oversee the Induction programme for new staff, in conjunction with the Director of Pastoral Care
    • Oversee the Induction for new pupils;
    • Attend INSET training and external courses to ensure continuing professional

    Strategic:

    • To lead the school’s preparation for CIS inspection
    • With SMT colleagues, responsibility to ensure the school responds to inspection feedback
    • Leading the academic development plan for the school

    Qualifications

    To assist with staff recruitment, in particular academic staffing needs Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s (BSc./B.Ed./BA) or related field and a teaching Relevant Master’s Degree will be an added advantage
    • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
    • Experience in a similar or higher position would be advantageous
    • Ability and success in teaching a subject up to A-Level
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    Teachers of Sciences (Up to A- level)

    The successful candidate will be able to teach Biology across the whole Senior School (Year 7-13), including IGCSE and A Level. The ability to offer teach another Science subject will be an added advantage.

    The department consists of 3 full time specialist teachers and 2 qualified lab technicians

    We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range. Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.

    The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to take an active part in the wider co-curricular programme.

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Science. Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (BSc./B.Ed. Physics) or related field and a teaching
    • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and
    • Creative teacher with the ability to take leadership responsibilities
    • The ability to teach another Science Subject will be an added advantage
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    Teacher of Humanities (Up to A-Level)

    Responsibilities

    • The successful candidate will be able to teach Humanities with specialism in Geography or History across the whole Senior School (Year 7-13), including IGCSE and A Level.
    • We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range. Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.
    • The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to take an active part in the wider co-curricular programme.

    Qualifications

    The post holders will be accountable to the Head of Faculty. Applicants should have:

    • At least a B.Ed./B.Sc. in Geography/History and a teaching
    • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
    • Experience in teaching Geography or History up to A-Level is desired
    • Ability and experience in teaching a BTEC and/or PSHE courses will be highly advantageous
    • Ability and experience of leading a department and preparing A-Level students for exams
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    Head of Sixth Form

    The successful candidate will be responsible for the continuing development of a thriving, successful, distinctive and globally aware Sixth Form experience.

    The role has pastoral, academic and marketing elements and includes responsibility for developing the use of the School’s assets for the Sixth Form and line managing and working collaboratively with staff in charge of sixth Form. The role will also involve working closely with House Parents and Dorm Tutors. It is therefore likely to involve significant strategic, as well as operational responsibility, alongside project management.

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Deputy Head. Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s Degree (BA/B.Ed/BSc) and a teaching
    • Experience as Head of Sixth Form in a progressive British Curriculum School
    • Experience and proven success in teaching a subject (History/Geography/Science/English/Music) in the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
    • Ability and experience in teaching BTEC Courses
    • Ability to coach and mentor Senior School Students
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    Responsibilities

    The following outline gives an overall range of duties and responsibilities but is not exhaustive and the Head of Sixth Form may be required to undertake such other duties appropriate to the post, as the Headmaster or Governing Body may reasonably require.

    • Promoting Greensteds School Sixth Form as an aspiration for internal and external
    • Working with the Headmaster, Deputy Head, Director of Pastoral Care, House Parents, Examinations Officer, Heads of Department and Sixth Form Teachers in promoting enrichment opportunities for Sixth Form developing and preparing Sixth Form students for University and work
    • Liaise with the Head of Careers in advising students and parents in their University choices and closely monitor university application
    • Developing a successful, coherent programme to prepare the most academically capable candidates for entry to leading universities in liaison with the Deputy
    • Promoting the role and value of Sixth Form students’ involvement with other year groups formally and informally.
    • To ensure the Sixth Form area is kept in good order, ensuring the maintenance of a conducive, safe and orderly
    • Working with the Deputy Head Pastoral and HMs to maintain pastoral cohesion and good discipline with the Sixth Form.
    • To line manage the Sixth Form Teachers and Tutors;
    • To oversee the writing of Sixth Form reports, provision of subject information to parents, parents’ meetings and response to parents’ enquiries, ensuring that high standards are maintained;
    • To safeguard students and maintain their health and safety both when they are on the School Premises and when they are engaged in authorized School
    • In liaison with the Head of Careers, attend or organize sixth form students to attend and participate, in relevant careers and University fairs
    • As member of the Senior Management Team, attend weekly SMT meetings and conduct Sixth Form Tutor meetings, ensuring the provision of agendas and minutes;
    • In liaison with Examinations Officer prepare students for mocks, exams and re-sits
    • Co-ordinate the Heads of Departments, to assist Year 13 through the clearing procedure and to deal with any queries regarding results
    • To conduct individual interviews with Year 11 students and parents (in February) after the mock GCSE examinations.
    • To formulate the Sixth Form annual budget, to monitor expenditure and keep an inventory of equipment and other resources.

    go to method of application »

    Head of Sixth Form

    The successful candidate will be able to teach at least one Science subject (Preferably Physics or Biology) across the whole Senior School (Year 7-13), including IGCSE and A Level.

    The department consists of 3 full time specialist teachers and 2 qualified lab technicians

    We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range. Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.

    The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to take an active part in the wider co-curricular programme.

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Faculty. Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (BSc. /B.Ed.) or related field and a teaching qualification with a TSC No.
    • Relevant Master’s Degree will be an added advantage
    • Experience and proven success in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
    • High level of creativity and experience in heading a department/faculty in a BNC school
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    Psychology Teacher

    The successful candidate will be able to teach Psychology at A Level.

    We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range. Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.

    The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to take an active part in the wider co-curricular programme.

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Faculty. Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (BSc. /B.Ed.) or related field and a teaching
    • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
    • Ability to lead PSHE and offer counselling is highly desirable
    • Ability and experience in teaching a BTEC course is desired
    • Ability and experience of leading a department and preparing A-Level students for exams
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    go to method of application »

    English Teacher

    The successful candidate will be able to teach English across the whole Senior School (Year 7-13), including IGCSE and A Level. The ability to teach Drama will be an added advantage.

    We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range. Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.

    The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to take an active part in the wider co-curricular programme.

    Qualifications

    The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Faculty. Applicants should have:

    • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in English (BA. /B.Ed.) or related field and a teaching qualification with a TSC No.
    • Experience and proven success in teaching the National Curriculum of England and
    • Creative teacher with the ability to take leadership responsibilities
    • The ability to teach Drama will be an added advantage
    • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
    • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding

    Method of Application

    Applicants should e-mail an up-to date CV with a cover letter addressed to the Headmaster stating their teaching speciality and contact details of at least 2 referees (one being your current/most recent employer) to [email protected]. The subject of your email should be the job you’re applying for.

    For interested candidates, an early application is encouraged.

    Closing date: Friday 23rd October, 2020

    Interviews will take place on rolling basis.

    Communication about interviews is done strictly through email; only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

    Greensteds offers a competitive salary, reflective of the level of responsibility and the experience of the successful candidate, with generous allowances for any additional responsibilities candidates may be asked to take on. In normal circumstances, teachers are offered in-patient and Out-Patient medical insurance and school fees reduction for their children. Onsite accommodation may also be available.

    Greensteds International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all employees and volunteers to share that commitment. Employment is subject to suitable background checks, including the receipt of satisfactory references, one of which must be from the most recent employer.

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

  • Send your application

    View All Vacancies at ... Back To Home
UNICAF banner

Career Advice

INTO banner
View All Career Advice
 

Subscribe to Job Alert

 

Join our happy subscribers

 
 
 
Send your application through

YahoomailYahoomail GmailGmail Hotmail Hotmail