Vacancy for


Department: Maths

Reports to: Head of Maths

Type of Contract:  Permanent

Hours per week: FT

Closing Date: Tuesday 25th February at 6 p.m.

Interviews will take place in the week commencing Monday 2nd March

A school like no other, Wellington College is one of the world’s leading co-educational boarding and day schools and has an enviable reputation for excellence and innovation. We’re currently looking for a Maths Teacher to join our vibrant Mathematics department.

 The Maths team have a range of academic interests and teaching experience and is a close-knit and supportive group that works collaboratively to meet the department’s needs. Responsibility is very much shared, with staff having the opportunity to lead on individual initiatives, extension activities, or year groups. Join us, and, as well as teaching across the full age range from year 9 to year 13, you will play a full role in the extra-curricular and pastoral life of the college. The post would be equally suitable for a new or experienced teacher from the state or independent sectors with excellent professional development opportunities being available for all.

 Teaching a standard timetable allocation, playing a role in the extra-curricular life of the department, setting and marking examinations and sharing resources and good practice – all are aspects of a role that will also see you actively safeguard and promote the welfare of children.

 Not only is this an excellent career development opportunity, it also comes with a generous salary and benefits package. So, if you are committed to boarding school life, have a sharp and progressive vision of the subject and are keen to continue to develop professionally, apply today.

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