Information on the Post of Teacher Of Geography/Humanities
Newly opened in September 2015 in North West London, The Mount, Mill Hill International is a co-educational boarding and day school for international pupils aged between 13 and 17. The School is the latest addition to the Mill Hill School Foundation and offers a traditional British education and academic curriculum up to GCSE/IGCSE with specialist EAL teaching.
The School seeks to appoint for January 2018 a well-qualified and dynamic graduate to teach Geography to GCSE level and Humanities in Years 9 and 10. The position is part-time [0.6], but a full-time post could be offered for the right candidate able to offer an additional subject. The position would require the post holder to be in school five days a week. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic teacher with excellent subject knowledge and commitment to play a key role in developing and planning the curriculum.
The successful candidate will be expected to play a full part in the co-curricular life of the School. They will be paid at the appropriate point of the Mill Hill salary scale.
Further information on the post, together with the application form, is available by email from the Head’s PA, firstname.lastname@example.org The School and all staff are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. The School is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to complete successfully the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level.
Closing date: Friday 13 October 2017.
SAFEGUARDING AND THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN
The Foundation and all its staff are fully committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. It is the responsibility of every employee of the Mill Hill School Foundation to promote and safeguard the welfare of children, to comply with the Foundation’s Policy to Safeguard and Promote the Welfare of Children who are Pupils at the School, and to report to the Designated Person any concerns relating to the safeguarding and welfare of children. The Foundation has in place a safer recruitment policy which includes procedures designed to ensure that the health, safety and welfare of children are paramount considerations in the appointment of all members of staff.