Career Opportunities at St Andrew’s
St Andrews College is committed to ensuring the best possible environment for the young people in
its care. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people is our highest priority.
The College aims to recruit staff that share and understand our commitment and to ensure that no
job applicant is treated unfairly by reason of a protected characteristic as defined within the Equality
Deputy Head, Academic
The role will report to the college Principal and be part of the SLT. The applicant will be able to demonstrate exceptional leadership skills and a clear understanding of the importance of comprehensive management in a focused academic college. Key areas of responsibility will be
Strategic Development of the College, Strategic Leadership, Curriculum, Staffing, Teaching & Leaning, Academic Achievement, College Leadership and Management, Examination Administration and Admissions.
Head of Department, Mathematics
The role will report into the Deputy Head, Academic. The applicant will have Overall responsibility for teaching, learning and achievement within the department. Providing professional leadership and support to colleagues and students to ensure excellent quality standards within the department. Contribute to the development and maintenance of the College’s strategy, goals, policies, procedures, and values.
We are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and dedicated teacher to join a happy and committed team to continue the development of this successful College. The person appointed will have exemplary classroom practice, strong commitment to raising pupil achievement, an active member of the staff team and share in the development of our college, Support all aspects of the college’s work
We are seeking an experienced ESL teacher to prepare students for the PTE Academic exam. This may also be include preparing students for the IELTS test. Essential requirement for CELTA or equivalent
School Nurse / Mental Health Lead
Liaise with Pastoral and academic staff, parents and guardians of students, health professionals eg GP, A&E, walk-in centre, hospitals, clinics, consultants, dentists etc
The post holder will be providing a service to students which promotes their physical, mental and emotional health.
The post holder will also be responsible for the strategic development of the health centre in line with recommended best practice guidelines from the RCN, Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA) and lndependent Schools lnspectorate (lSl).
Carpentry: to include replacement/repair of door and window fittings, repair of furniture, fitting locks, erection of shelves, cupboards and displays.
Brick/Groundwork: to include the repair of masonry, concrete slabs, plastering and stud walls. Erecting new fencing, laying new paving, or paving repairs, patch tarmac repairs.
Roofing: repairs to flat roofing, felting.
Flooring: laying of laminate floorings, tiles, and other floor coverings.
Plumbing: to include repair and replacement of taps, sinks, and finishes as required. The clearance of blockages in gutters, down pipes and drains.
Decorating: to include the correct preparation of floors, walls, ceilings and woodwork, the application of wallpaper, stains, emulsions, undercoats, and gloss/satin paints.