Science Technician – Chemistry, Lewisham

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Sydenham High School GDSTLewisham
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Start date: Required Immediately
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: FTE Salary - £26,500 / Actual Salary - £22,202
Contract term: Permanent

Term Time plus 10 days (83.78%)

Sydenham High School is seeking to appoint a well-qualified Science Technician with a background in Chemistry to join our successful department. 

The ideal candidate must be able to work independently when necessary but will also form part of a team of technicians and teachers in a strong academic department.  

The successful candidate will liaise with the science teachers and Head of Science to support the safe delivery of experiments and practical activities within science lessons in order to optimise teaching and learning.

Why Sydenham High School? 

Sydenham High School, established in 1887, is an independent day school for girls from 4-18 with approximately 670 pupils. The school is part of the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST), the largest independent school group in the UK. It is at the forefront of education for girls and a strong voice in promoting opportunities for young women.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package and a strong professional development programme. These benefits include:

• Competitive salaries and pay progression

• Access to extensive professional development opportunities

• Training grants for qualifications

• Generous pension schemes

• Free life assurance benefit 

• Free school lunches 

• A discount of up to 50% on fees for children at GDST schools 

• 30 days holiday

For full details and an application pack please click the apply button. 

Alternatively, please contact the School Office on 0208 557 7000.

Applications should be received by 12 noon on Friday 13 December 2019.  

References for shortlisted candidates will be taken before interview. 

GDST are committed to the safeguarding of children, and child protection screening will apply to this post.



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