Head of Girls' Sport and Tennis, Oxford

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Magdalen College SchoolOxford

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Start date: Either April or September 2018
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: From £30,000 per annum D.O.E
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: No

HEAD OF GIRLS’ SPORT & TENNIS (Full-time from April 2018)

Magdalen College School, founded in 1480, is one of the country’s leading independent day schools.  We are seeking to appoint a motivated, enthusiastic and hard-working individual to help develop girls’ sport, including tennis, within the Senior School from April 2018. This is an exciting opportunity for a committed and proactive individual to make their mark in a busy and friendly team. 

Further details of the position and a Teaching Staff application form can be found on the Job Vacancy link of the website: www.mcsoxford.org. The school’s Teaching Staff   application form, full cv,  and a covering  letter  of  application,  should  be e-mailed to Mrs Sarah Hunter, Recruitment Officer, (applications@mcsoxford.org) by Midday Monday 27th November 2017. Interviews will be week commencing Monday 4th December. Applicants who only send a CV will be automatically rejected.  

Magdalen College  School  is  committed  to  safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and the successful candidate will be required to undergo statutory checks before the commencement of his/her employment.  Magdalen College School OX4 1DZ • Tel 01865 242191 • www.mcsoxford.org

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More about Magdalen College School
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through with sixth form
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Boys
Age Range: 7 - 18 years
Address: Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 1DZ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1865 242191
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MCS has a rich and distinctive history.  The school was founded in 1480 by William Waynflete who believed in education as a facilitator of social mobility, and as such wanted to found a school of an entirely new kind. MCS quickly flourished as a...