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    Staff Vacancies

    Thank you for your interest in working at Salesian College. We currently have the following vacancies available:

    Required for January 2019

    Applications are invited from suitably qualified, enthusiastic musicians who would like to be considered for the posts of:

    Peripatetic (self-employed) Teacher of Voice with the ability to offer Piano - Job Profile

    Peripatetic (self-employed) Teacher of Piano- Job Profile

    A Guide for Peripatetic Music Staff working at Salesian College 

    Please email your application together with full details of three referees to Mr Nicholas Crean, Deputy Headmaster at creann@salesiancollege.com.  For general enquiries about the position, please contact Mr Crean and for music specific queries, please contact Dr Anthony Noble at noblea@salesiancollege.com

    Closing Date: Thursday 15 November 2018

     

    Teacher Application Form

    Support Staff Application Form

     

    Benefits of working at Salesian College

    • A steadily-growing number on roll, which has stabilised at what is considered ‘capacity’. Places are academically-selected and over-subscribed with waiting lists for most year groups
    • Small classes (Year 10 average class size is 16, Year 12 average class size is 9)
    • Excellent academic attainment. One of the top performing boys' school in Hampshire 
    • College rated as ‘Excellent’ (the highest level) in all 8 areas of ISI inspection October 2014
    • Generous teaching allocations (max. 19/25 periods)
    • Opportunity to work within a Salesian education establishment in which high standards of discipline are expected and upheld and which has a long-standing reputation for outstanding ethos and pastoral care
    • Well-resourced academic departments which are engaged with developing Teaching & Learning in their subjects
    • Opportunity to contribute to working groups to develop whole-school issues e.g. curriculum development, digital learning, PSHE etc.
    • Well-supported professional development opportunities (part-funded further studies etc.)
    • Encouragement and support to engage in CPD at all levels, from staff-led twilight sessions to higher academic degrees
    • 17 weeks holiday per year
    • Free meals and refreshments throughout the school day and allocated staff car-parking on site
    • A friendly and supportive staffroom environment with active Staffroom Committee
    • Staff-focussed annual Professional Review cycle
    • Opportunities to support school activities including extensive travel e.g. USA, Zambia, France, Spain, Greece, Italy, Iceland etc.
    • 50% staff reduction on fees for children attending the College
    • The College has its own competitive pay scale and membership of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme
    • An attractive campus/ pleasant working environment
    • On-going commitment by the Governing body to further enhance the premises, accommodation and facilities