Full time permanent from September 2019
Term Time only (35 weeks)
48 hours plus a minimum of one front line overnight shift per week
Shift pattern involving days, evenings and weekends
At Cheltenham Ladies’ College, we aim to provide a strong support network for every one of our pupils. Around 670 girls board with us in one of our 11 Sixth Form and Junior Boarding Houses and your role will be at the heart of this pastoral care as you join one of our dedicated professional teams working under an individual Housemistress.
You will be based in one of our Sixth Form or Junior Houses where you will be working within a team to look after approximately 60 girls aged 16 - 18 years (Sixth Form) or 11 – 16 years (Junior). As a member of Housestaff you will make a significant contribution to the welfare and development of the girls; helping create an environment where each girl is encouraged to develop individual talents and interests and achieve her potential.
College itself combines a rich heritage with an exciting future. Approximately 850 pupils from 40 countries across the world benefit from the knowledge and expertise gained over the last 160 years. Driven by innovation and challenge, we prepare our girls to achieve their full potential in a complex and changing world.
To be considered for the role of Housestaff you will possess a positive interest in working in a care environment, good administrative skills and be an effective communicator. The ability to work as part of a team is a must as are excellent organisation skills. Previous experience of working within a school or care setting is desirable but not essential.
To find out more and apply, please visit our website by clicking on the Apply button.
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 19th March 2019 (12.30pm).
Interviews will take place in the week commencing Monday 25th March 2019.
We welcome female applicants only as this is a girls’ boarding school. This is a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with schedule 9, part 1 of the Equality Act.
Cheltenham Ladies' College is committed to the safeguarding of children.