Walthamstow Hall is a selective independent girls' day school in the heart of Sevenoaks, educating girls from the age of 3 to 18. The Junior and Senior Schools occupy separate sites, within close proximity of each other.
We require 2 x full-time Caretakers to join our hard-working caretaking team. Applicants need to be flexible, energetic and enthusiastic with basic maintenance or DIY skills. Duties include security, cleaning, porterage, occasional minibus driving, maintenance tasks and general caretaking. Regular weekend working with shift allowances and contractual overtime.
Alternating shifts: 06:45 - 15:15 and 09:30 - 18:30 Monday-Friday
Commencing from August 2017.
For further details and an application form, please contact the Bursar, Andrew Horner, on 01732 454227 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Friday 30 June 2017
Interview date: Friday 7 July 2017
Walthamstow Hall was founded in 1838 as an inter-denominational school for the daughters of Christian missionaries and retains its Christian ethos and friendly family atmosphere. It provides an all-through education through its two schools - a Junior School for girls from ‘rising 3’ -11 and a Senior School for girls aged 11-18. The Junior School currently has around 200 girls on roll and the Senior School around 420. It has always been an aim of the school to promote an intelligent understanding of the Christian faith and the school welcomes girls of all faiths. Both schools enjoy idyllic settings on separate sites and specialise in providing a high quality academic day school education for girls in the heart of Sevenoaks.
The Junior School Head, Mrs Diane Wood, was appointed from September 2013 to lead this forward-looking, flourishing school and is a member of IAPS. As well as leading the well-qualified Junior School staff, the Head of Junior School is a key member of the whole school Senior Management Group, and the Senior School enjoys membership of GSA.
Mrs Jill Milner, Headmistress, took up her post in September 2002, from Tonbridge Grammar School for Girls, having worked previously in a range of GSA day and boarding schools. She has trained as an ISI Inspector and has served on the Membership Committee.