Housemistress, Essex

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New Hall SchoolEssex

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Start date: From 3 June 2019
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Competitive salary on the New Hall Pay Scale, generous benefits & CPD
Contract term: Maternity Cover

Excellent benefits ● free parking ● superb working environment ● London Stratford 20 mins by train ● complimentary lunch & refreshments

The Housemistress will have overall pastoral responsibility for the well-being of boarding students within a middle school girls’ boarding House, under the leadership of the Head of Boarding. The Housemistress is expected to understand and be prepared to commit to the Catholic ethos of the school.

The successful candidate will have experience working in a boarding school, and have obtained, or be willing to study for a BSA qualification. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to teenage girls aged 13-15 are essential. This is a residential post, for teaching or non-teaching applicants.

A competitive salary will be offered, dependent on skills and experience.

For further details and an application form, please visit: Alternatively, please contact the HR Department on 01245 467588.

Closing date: Midday, Wednesday 16 January 2019

Interview date: Wednesday 23 January 2019

New Hall is committed to safeguarding pupils. There will be an enhanced DBS check prior to appointment.

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More about New Hall School
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through with sixth form
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 3 - 18 years
Denomination: Roman Catholic
Address: Boreham, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 3HS, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1245 467 588
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New Hall School is a leading independent boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 3-18. Founded in 1642, New Hall School, Chelmsford, is one of the oldest Catholic school in the country. The main building was part of King Henry VIII’s gr...