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WORK FOR US OVERVIEW

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 ‘Apply Now’ button on the appropriate job posting. To request a Word version of an 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).

PLEASE SEE ALL CURRENT VACANCIES BELOW.

Marketing and Communications Manager

Full Time

Required for Immediate Start

The Role

Marketing and Communications is one of the key pillars that support every aspect of the school’s pupil recruitment process. To enable us to expand on our successful Marketing strategy, and working closely with the Admissions team, the successful candidate will lead and inspire a small team, engaging all parties within and outside the school environment.

The culture within the school is innovative, exciting and challenging, allowing the opportunity to be creative, to focus on whole school whilst maintaining the day to day activities of a strong department and to make a positive input into the school’s continued success.

This is a role that offers the opportunity to make a significant impact on the future development of Queen Anne’s, supported by a strong and committed staff body and Leadership team.

Closing date for applications: Thursday 24 January 2019

 

Visiting Music Tutor

Harp and/or Double bass

Required for Immediate Start

The Role

This position would suit a professional or aspiring professional musician who will help raise the profile of the school through their work, locally, nationally, or internationally, with a range of specialist skills, who will pass on their enthusiasm and enjoyment of music, as well as help students with their coursework and projects.

The work of the tutor is specifically to identify the girls current levels of skills, to work to the standards required and to inspire all the girls to achieve the best that they can. All lessons are on an individual basis but in some cases work with other groups of girls and tutors is encouraged for more breadth of knowledge and experience.

The successful candidate will:

  • develop excellence within their teaching and inspire the girls.
  • be committed to promoting Music as a subject across the whole school.
  • be instrumental in maintaining a happy and safe environment whilst stretching girls to their full potential.
  • be committed to a boarding and day school ethos.

Closing date for applications: Applications considered on receipt.

 

Deputy Housemistress (maternity cover)

Residential

Required for April 2019

The Role

A Deputy Housemistress is sought to provide support to the Housemistress in a senior boarding house. The successful candidate will be fully committed to the aims and ideals of boarding school life and demonstrate the ability to deliver excellent levels of pastoral care.

This is a residential position and therefore accommodation is provided,

The successful candidate will:

  • Have experience within a boarding school community or similar environment.
  • Have a real interest in the development and support that pastoral care offers.
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm, determination and excellent communication skills.
  • Demonstrate a responsible and pro-active attitude.

Flexibility, resilience and commitment to a residential boarding post are essential requirements.

Examination Invigilators

We are always interested to hear from applicants who are interested in joining our exam invigilation team for during examination periods. The invigilation team oversee the examination hall and provide access arrangements such as scribes and readers for pupils who require additional help and support.

Training is provided and so no previous experience is necessary.

Any interested applicants should apply via the Queen Anne’s application form above.