Job Title: Teacher of Music
Grade and Salary: Main Pay Scale
Working pattern 0.47 FTE
Contract term: Permanent
At Swanwick Hall School our mission is simple: to provide our students with opportunities and experiences to enhance their life choices, making a positive contribution to the world we share. Swanwick Hall places a high value on all employees and we are committed to delivering high quality professional development, first class working conditions and a safe and stimulating environment. Our daily work is guided by the Trust values of ambition, teamwork and honesty and Swanwick Hall’s agreed stakeholder values of inclusivity, respect, resilience and trust.
Swanwick Hall is currently seeking to appoint a Teacher of Music to join a faculty of supportive like-minded teachers who share the same vision to inspire our students to achieve their full potential. Within this role you will be responsible for delivering engaging lessons at a high standard to our students to achieve this vision.
We are looking for someone who has a real passion for Music and their teaching and can demonstrate excellent subject knowledge. The ideal candidate will have a range of skills and experiences that they can bring to our school to complement our current talented team of teachers.
Why join us?
Our academy is part of The Two Counties Trust. This Trust has a forward-thinking HR strategy with all the professional benefits that this brings for staff. We are easily reached by public transport, and for those who drive, there is a large free staff carpark. We have some excellent facilities for staff and our students really want to learn and achieve.
A happy, healthy and supportive work environment is very important to us. We provide a free Employee Assistance Programme for all employees from day one of employment and conduct a wellbeing survey annually to ensure we measure distance travelled and that we continually improve.
We are mindful of the impact of the pandemic, and our schools continue to take steps to be Covid secure. This includes our curriculum support staff maintaining a safe social distance and as such you will not be working in close contact with students if you secure this role.
- Highly competitive pay and pay progression opportunities. Our salaries for leadership and teachers on the Upper Pay Scale and in receipt of a TLR are above national pay scales and our minimum hourly rate for support staff is £9.25.
- An array of employee benefits and lifestyle options including discounted healthcare, gym membership and extensive high street retail discounts.
- Entry to a career average pension scheme.
- A full induction and a strong commitment to your professional development and career
- Opportunities to experience and share practice in our partner schools across the Trust
- A stimulating, supportive and rewarding working environment with a dedicated team of like-minded professionals
- Excellent opportunities to develop your skills and experience and to progress your career
The closing date for applications is: 10/12/2021 Midday
Interviews will be held on: TBC
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. An offer of employment will be subject to the receipt of a satisfactory enhanced level DBS disclosure with a children’s barred list check, two satisfactory references and successful completion of vetting procedures. It is an offence to apply for a role if you are barred from engaging in Regulated Activity relevant to children.
The Two Counties Trust takes the wellbeing and health of employees seriously. We have a range of support mechanisms and benefits available to employees and the Trust has signed up to the Education Staff Wellbeing Charter
We are committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and candidates who meet the minimum job criteria will be given an opportunity to demonstrate their abilities at interview.