Employment Opportunities

Caldicott is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service Enhanced check, previously known as a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check.

A copy of our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy, Safer Recruitment Policy and Privacy Notice (Staff) can be found on the Policies page.

 

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Application Process

To apply for a vacancy please ensure you fully complete our standard Application Form.  This should be sent, along with a covering letter addressed to the Headteacher, by email to: [email protected]. Your covering letter should include why you feel you are suitable, with particular reference to the skills and attributes you would bring to the role.

Our commitment to Safer Recruitment means that we will only accept applications on our standard Application Form.  You are welcome to supplement your application with your CV but we will not process a CV in isolation. Applications are considered upon receipt and we reserve the right to appoint at any time after the vacancy has appeared on this website.

 

Positions available:

Teaching: Head of History

Non-Teaching: None at present

 


 

Teaching positions

 

Head of History

  • Full time, permanent role from September 2019
  • Competitive salary with accommodation or an allowance provided

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an able and inspiring teacher to lead our highly successful History Department. This full-time position requires the ability to teach History up to Common Entrance and 13+ Scholarship preparation to leading Public Schools. Whilst experience of working with the ISEB History curriculum would be advantageous, it is not required.

The successful candidate will:

  • have a passion for History and be keen to communicate this with enthusiasm;
  • have a strong academic background that would add to the school’s academic culture;
  • be equally at home teaching those who find the subject hard and those who work at a level above their age group and be happy to work with a team of non-subject specialists to deliver the curriculum to younger year groups;
  • have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work as a part of a team.

An ability to teach a second core subject would be advantageous and there is also the opportunity with this role to undertake the position of Assistant House Parent in our Boarding House. The ability to coach sport is desirable and the successful candidate will be committed to supporting this age range pastorally and will be fully involved in boarding life and extra-curricular activities.

Completed applications should be sent by email with a covering letter to the Headmaster, care of: [email protected]

  • Closing date for applications is Friday 17 May 2019

Support staff positions

 

No vacancies at present.