Dates: Apply by 23rd January 2019
Interviews in Kenya and the UK
Job starts in September 2019
Contract term: 2 years initially and subsequently renewed yearly
St Andrew’s Senior School is seeking to appoint an experienced Head of Art to contribute to this vibrant subject. Art is a compulsory subject in Year 9 and a popular examination subject in Years 10-13.
There are many opportunities to develop extra-curricular art both within and outside of the school. Painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and computer-generated art are all media with which the students work. The post of Head of Creative Arts Faculty may be available to a suitably qualified candidate.
The ability to teach a second subject would be highly advantageous. In addition, the role of assistant house parent would also be available to the right candidate.
Please complete an application form, available on the School Website or contact Ms. Janet Ndiho on HRDirector@turimail.co.ke or Tel +254 (0) 734288501.
St Andrew’s School – Background
St Andrew’s School, Turi, is highly respected in Kenya and regarded as one of the leading international schools in East Africa. Numbering approximately 570 pupils, it comprises two semi-autonomous Schools: a Preparatory School of 240 pupils between the ages of 3 and 13 and a Senior School of 330 pupils between the ages of 13 and 18. It is coeducational and the majority of pupils are boarders. The School sees its overall aim as encouraging young men and women to ‘live and lead with integrity’.
The Senior School was founded in 1988, and is a member of COBIS and a global member of Round Square. It aims to provide a world class education, with outstanding teaching and learning central to its vision of creating leaders that will change their country, continent and the world for good.
St Andrew’s has a strong Christian foundation and ethos which define and govern the nature and work of the School. While children from all faith backgrounds are welcome, the School’s Christian character is clearly evident in its underlying educational philosophy and practice.
The School 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 the DBS Disclosure and Barring Service.