Greensteds International School – Nakuru - Kenya
Vacancy for September, 2021
Greensteds is a co-educational boarding and day school (IAPS and CIS) following the National Curriculum of England & Wales from Early Years to IGCSE, and A level.
We welcome applicants for the following position falling vacant in September, to join our dynamic and supportive teaching staff:
Job & Person Specification: Teacher of Humanities (Up to A-level)
The successful candidate will be able to teach Humanities with specialism in Geography or History across the whole Senior School (Year 7-13), including IGCSE and A Level.
We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range. Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.
The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to take an active part in the wider co-curricular programme.
The post holders will be accountable to the Head of Faculty.
Applicants should have:
• At least a B.Ed./B.Sc. in Geography/History and a teaching qualification.
• Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
• Experience in teaching Geography or History up to A-Level is desired
• Ability and experience in teaching a BTEC and/or PSHE courses will be highly advantageous
• Ability and experience of leading a department and preparing A-Level students for exams
• Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
• Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding school.
Greensteds offers a competitive salary, reflective of the level of responsibility and the experience of the successful candidate, with generous allowances for any additional responsibilities candidates may be asked to take on. In normal circumstances, teachers are offered in-patient and Out-Patient medical insurance and school fees reduction for their children. Onsite accommodation may also be available.
Greensteds International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all employees and volunteers to share that commitment. Employment is subject to suitable background checks, including the receipt of satisfactory references, one of which must be from the most recent employer.
The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to coach team sports and/or take an active part in the wider co-curricular programme.
Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in the related subject, a teaching qualification, TSC No. and experience in teaching the British Curriculum.
Applicants should e-mail an up-to date CV with a cover letter addressed to the Headmaster stating their teaching speciality and contact details of at least 2 referees (one being your current/most recent employer) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject of your email should be the job you’re applying for.
For interested candidates, an early application is encouraged.
Closing date: Friday 23rd October, 2020
Interviews will take place on rolling basis.
Communication about interviews is done strictly through email; only shortlisted candidates will be contacted