Teacher of Technology
Start date: January 2021
A full-time Teacher of Technology is sought for January 2021. Reporting to the Head of Design Technology & Engineering. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering theoretical, investigational, and practical lessons in Design Technology, Electronics, and Computing across the age range for 11-18year-old boys. The position will comprise approximately 50% Design Technology (DT) plus a combination of Electronics and Computing Science making up the remainder of the timetable.
Applicants must be keen to be involved in wider school life (on a pro rata basis) at this boarding School and should be eligible to be registered with the GTCS.
This post is considered as Regulated Work with Children under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007.
We can offer you a highly competitive starting salary and a comprehensive benefits package, including a generous pension scheme, fee reductions, high quality free lunches and a range of other additional employee discounts.
For further details of the position, information about the School and application and recruitment procedures, please visit our website: https://www.merchiston.co.uk/
Please e-mail your completed Application Form, along with an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and Self-Declaration Form to email@example.com
Applications will be considered as they are received and shortlisted candidates may be invited for interview prior to the official closing date.
Merchiston reserves the right to appoint ahead of the closing date and thus early applications for this role are advisable.
Closing date for applications: Monday 14 December 2020 at 12 Noon, interviews via Zoom w/c 14.12.20
Merchiston Castle School
Edinburgh, City of
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- All-through with sixth form
- Boys school with students of age 7 - 18 years
Educating boys for almost 190 years
Merchiston Castle School was founded in the centre of Edinburgh in 1828 by Mr Charles Chalmers. In 1833 the School moved to its second location, the old Merchiston Tower (now part of Napier University)...