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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  For general enquiries about the position, please contact Mr Crean and for music specific queries, please contact Dr Anthony Noble at

    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