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Chaplaincy Administrator to the Conduct

Chaplaincy Administrator to the Conduct

Eton College

Windsor, Berkshire

  • Expired
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Apply by:
22 January 2018

Job overview

Chaplaincy Administrator to the Conduct

Eton College have an exciting opportunity within the college Chapel for a Chaplaincy Administrator to the Conduct. The Chaplaincy Administrator will be required to support the Conduct with administration tasks that are linked to the College Chapel with their daily and weekly tasks including occasional services and assemblies. This is a part time position working 17 hours per week, these hours can be flexible by arrangement with the conduct.

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Closing date: Monday 22nd January at 12 noon.

Eton College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

About Eton College

Eton College is a charity for the advancement of education. At its heart sits an independent boys’ boarding school which leads a dynamic range of educational activities and an expanding network of educational partnerships. The charity’s primary purpose, determined from its Christian foundation in 1440, is to draw out the best of young people’s talents and to enable them to flourish and make a positive impact on others through the course of a healthy, happy and fulfilling life. Founded to offer transformative educational opportunities to boys with limited life chances, currently over 100 boys pay no fees at all.

With an extensive curriculum both within and beyond the classroom, a focus on pastoral excellence, and a growing expertise in digital education through its digital education platform, EtonX, Eton College stands in the vanguard of educational developments. Its award-winning flagship embedded research facility, The Tony Little Centre for Innovation and Research in Learning, is at the core of these new developments, informing Eton College's own educational practice, as well as sharing best practice across the sector.

In addition, Eton Connect coordinates over 1,000 cross-sector partnerships between schools, charities and other organisations working together for the benefit of young people and teachers. Through research, digital resources, summer schools, visits and events, Eton Connect brings people together who are determined to increase the range of learning opportunities available to young people. Last year, Eton Connect coordinated activities for over 5,400 state school pupils, with over 2,000 pupils continuing to visit its museums and collections each year.

As it looks forward, the ambitions of the charity will continue to broaden, from maintaining and developing new partnerships to the plans for opening selective state sixth form colleges in partnership with Star Academies in Middlesbrough, Dudley and Oldham. Its partnership with Holyport College, an Ofsted outstanding state-maintained boarding school, is one of the strongest, closest and most reciprocal cross-sector partnerships in the UK. Amongst other partnerships, Eton College also co-sponsors the London Academy of Excellence, an outstanding sixth form in Newham, East London.

Headmaster Simon Henderson

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Applications closed