Queen Anne’s School is a happy and exciting place to work, where every member of the school team is valued. We aim to recruit the highest calibre of staff through all areas of the school. Queen Anne’s School is a community and all staff work with a professional, committed and enthusiastic attitude. In return, we will provide opportunities for personal and career development by investing in training and support both befitting the individual and whole school.

The campus is located in beautiful 35 acre grounds with good transport links and within easy walking distance of Reading Station, shops and restaurants . All staff have the opportunity to use the swimming pool, gym and a great choice of catering facilities.

We offer a number of staff benefits including a discounted gym membership, an on-site cafe (with fantastic coffee!), Child Care Voucher Scheme, pension scheme and occupational health service.

To apply for any current vacancies, please click the online application form. Please click below to access APPENDIX 1 Spent convictions and the DBS filtering rules.

Alternatively to request a Word version of the application form, please email HR@qas.org.uk (an application form is a Safer Recruitment requirement at Queen Anne’s).  In addition, we also require a covering letter detailing the reasons for your application and your suitability for the post. The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).


Assistant Director of Music

Required for January 2018

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and innovative Assistant Director of Music for this academically selective and dynamic school.  Music is a popular subject both at GCSE and in the Sixth Form. The successful applicant would be expected to teach at all levels. He/she will also be a pianist who is a performer and accompanist. Ability to play the organ would be an advantage.

The post would suit someone who is seeking to develop his or her career further before moving on to a Head of Department. The ideal candidate will bring ideas, energy, enthusiasm, and a good sense of humour to the department at this exciting time; he/she will be eager to help to steer the future developments currently being planned.