Pembroke House School seeks to appoint a well-qualified and experienced Head of Computer Science with responsibility for Design, Technology and Engineering. This newly created post will give the successful applicant an opportunity to develop an innovative digital education programme throughout the school as well as identifying the potential applications for ICT to teaching and learning across the curriculum.
The school is presently looking to build a STEM Centre. Therefore, it is envisaged that the Head of Computer Science will play the leading role in developing this new and exciting part of school life. He/she will also oversee the work of the Head of ICT and three administrators.
A willingness to contribute to the sporting, extracurricular and boarding life of the school is essential.
Pembroke House is a traditional, full-boarding, coeducational IAPS school of roughly 200 pupils aged 5-13 set in the Rift Valley, Kenya. The school has a reputation for providing an outstanding all-round education with a quality of pastoral care that is second to none. Whilst known traditionally for its sporting achievements, academic standards at Pembroke House are high and all pupils are prepared for 13+ Common Entrance or scholarship examinations. The majority of children move on to schools in the UK and in recent years an impressive number of awards have been won – including academic, sport, art, drama and all-round scholarships.
Potential applicants should request a job description, application form and supporting documentation by email from firstname.lastname@example.org, whence any further information regarding the post may also be obtained.
Pembroke House is totally committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects the same from its employees. All new staff will be subject to enhanced DBS clearance, identity checks, qualification checks and employment checks to include an exploration of any gaps within employment, two satisfactory references (to include current employer) and police clearance checks from all countries in which previously employed.