Job Vacancies

Current vacancies at The Hamble School are listed below.
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Current vacancies at The Hamble School

Modern Foreign Language Assistant

Contract: Fixed Term – 12 Months

Hours: Full time – 37 hours per week
Suggested 8.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am to 3.30pm on Friday, some flexibility may be required on occasion

Weeks: Term time only (39 weeks)

Pay: Grade B £14,460 – £ 14,668 actual (£16,905 – £17,148 FTE)

Closing Date: Midday, Monday 29 October 2018

Interview Date: Monday 12 November 2018

At The Hamble School, we are a happy and ambitious school, excited about the future of education and determined to achieve “outstanding”. We work as a team and care greatly about the success of our students, with the aim of ‘Achieving Excellence Together’.

We have a new and exciting opportunity to work in our Modern Foreign Languages Department as a MFL Assistant.  We are looking for the successful applicant to have a strong knowledge in both Spanish and French with fluency in one of these languages, language skills in Italian would also be desirable.   We require a good standard of English (both written and oral) to at least GCSE level C or equivalent, strong ICT skills and the ability to work in an energetic and inspiring way. We are looking for a strong team player and someone who can meet deadlines and prioritise a range of tasks.

The ideal candidate should demonstrate enthusiasm, resilience, initiative, good time management, patience and a passion for working with and assisting young people to learn.   Experience of working in a school setting, particularly a secondary school, would be advantageous.

Duties will include:

  • teaching of small groups of students
  • 1-2-1 speaking practice with students
  • recording oral assessments
  • supporting four teachers and trainee teachers during lessons
  • occasional cover work
  • departmental admin duties

In return, we can offer you:

  • a positive and optimistic working environment focused on student welfare, progress and high standards of achievement and behaviour;
  • opportunities to further develop your skills;
  • personal career development to assist you in the fulfilment of your ambitions;
  • excellent networking opportunities;
  • a fantastically well-equipped campus with excellent leisure and sport facilities that staff can take full advantage of.

To apply please complete a support staff application form which can be located at the top of this page.  Applications should be returned electronically to Karen Willis, HR Officer, kwillis@thehambleschool.co.uk

If you currently work in a school, please ensure one of your references is from your current Headteacher and all email addresses are correct.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Job description:Download (PDF)

Teacher of Science

Contract: Permanent – Full-time

Pay: Main Pay Range/Upper Pay Range
£22,917 – £33,492/ £35,927 – £38,633 (as appropriate)

TLR2a (£2,666 per annum) may be available for the successful candidate depending on experience/ expertise

Start date: 1 January 2019

Closing date: 5pm, Wednesday 17 October 2018

Interview Date: During the last week of half term

The Hamble School is delighted to present an exciting opportunity to join our highly successful and dynamic team of teaching staff in the role of Teacher of Science. The school, an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school, is a ‘Good’ school with ‘Outstanding’ Leadership and Management (Ofsted 2017) which provides a forward thinking and vibrant learning environment. We pride ourselves on the strength of our staff and student relationships and have a strong community and inclusive ethos. We are highly aspirational for our students and believe in the highest standards of teaching and learning along with a strong sense of team work.  This philosophy is embodied by our strapline of ‘Achieving Excellence Together’.

This is an opportunity to join and contribute to the continuation of the excellent progress that the Science Department has already made. We are making rapid progress in all aspects of school life and it is therefore an exciting time to join us.

We are dedicated to offering the right candidate systematic professional development to enable them to achieve excellence. ‘Teachers benefit from opportunities to discuss and reflect on the way they teach with their colleagues.  As a result, the quality of teaching, learning and assessment is consistently good and continues to improve’ (Ofsted, 2017).  The school is part of PiXL and has strong ties with local school alliances and consortia and therefore has access to an excellent professional network in which to share good practice and support your growth as a teacher.

We are seeking to appoint an innovative and enthusiastic Teacher of Science.

The successful candidate will join dedicated and supportive staff, who have worked together as a cohesive team to drive up standards of achievement.

To be successful, you will:

  • be an excellent practitioner with the potential and desire to continue to improve
  • have a passion for learning and teaching and be committed to raising standards across all Key Stages
  • have a passion for Science and be able to communicate this to students and staff
  • have excellent subject knowledge and depth of understanding
  • be able to inspire students to ensure that they achieve their full potential
  • be an effective and committed team player with a sense of humour.

In return, we can offer you:

  • a positive and optimistic working environment focused on student progress and high standards of achievement and behaviour
  • the resources and facilities to continue to improve students’ progress
  • opportunities to further develop your skills as a classroom practitioner and to develop leadership skills as you progress
  • first rate personal career development to assist you in the fulfilment of your ambitions
  • excellent networking opportunities including involvement in PiXL and school partnerships
  • an extremely well-equipped campus with subsidised gym membership on-site.

We welcome visits to the school to see us in action and all that we have to offer and invite you to come and have an informal chat, tour of the site and to meet the Head, staff and students.

To apply please complete a teacher application form which can be located at the top of this page. Applications should be returned electronically to Karen Willis, HR Officer, kwillis@thehambleschool.co.uk

Please ensure one of your references is from your current Headteacher and all email addresses are correct.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Interviews will be held during the last week of this half term.

Job description: Download (PDF)

Teacher of History

Contract: Permanent – Full-time

Pay: Main Pay Range/Upper Pay Range
£22,917 – £33,492/ £35,927 – £38,633 (as appropriate)

Start date: 1 January 2019

Closing date: 5pm, Wednesday 17 October 2018

Interview Date: During the last week of half term

The Hamble School is delighted to present an exciting opportunity to join our highly successful and dynamic team of teaching staff in the role of Teacher of History. The school, an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school, is a ‘Good’ school with ‘Outstanding’ Leadership and Management (Ofsted 2017) which provides a forward thinking and vibrant learning environment. We pride ourselves on the strength of our staff and student relationships and have a strong community and inclusive ethos. We are highly aspirational for our students and believe in the highest standards of teaching and learning along with a strong sense of team work.  This philosophy is embodied by our strapline of ‘Achieving Excellence Together’.

This is an opportunity to join and contribute to the continuation of the excellent progress that the History Department has already made. We are making rapid progress in all aspects of school life and it is therefore an exciting time to join us.

We are dedicated to offering the right candidate systematic professional development to enable them to achieve excellence. ‘Teachers benefit from opportunities to discuss and reflect on the way they teach with their colleagues.  As a result, the quality of teaching, learning and assessment is consistently good and continues to improve’ (Ofsted, 2017).  The school is part of PiXL and has strong ties with local school alliances and consortia and therefore has access to an excellent professional network in which to share good practice and support your growth as a teacher.

We are seeking to appoint an innovative and enthusiastic Teacher of History.

The successful candidate will join dedicated and supportive staff, who have worked together as a cohesive team to drive up standards of achievement,

To be successful, you will:

  • be an excellent practitioner with the potential and desire to continue to improve
  • have a passion for learning and teaching and be committed to raising standards across all Key Stages
  • have a passion for History and be able to communicate this to students and staff
  • have excellent subject knowledge and depth of understanding
  • be able to inspire students to ensure that they achieve their full potential
  • be an effective and committed team player with a sense of humour.

In return, we can offer you:

  • a positive and optimistic working environment focused on student progress and high standards of achievement and behaviour
  • the resources and facilities to continue to improve students’ progress
  • opportunities to further develop your skills as a classroom practitioner and to develop leadership skills as you progress
  • first rate personal career development to assist you in the fulfilment of your ambitions
  • excellent networking opportunities including involvement in PiXL and school partnerships
  • an extremely well-equipped campus with subsidised gym membership on-site.

We welcome visits to the school to see us in action and all that we have to offer and invite you to come and have an informal chat, tour of the site and to meet the Head, staff and students.

To apply please complete a teacher application form which can be located at the top of this page. Applications should be returned electronically to Karen Willis, HR Officer, kwillis@thehambleschool.co.uk

Please ensure one of your references is from your current Headteacher and all email addresses are correct.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Interviews will be held during the last week of this half term.

Job description: Download (PDF)

Teacher of Mathematics

Contract: Permanent – Full-time

Pay: Main Pay Range/Upper Pay Range
£22,917 – £33,492/ £35,927 – £38,633 (as appropriate)

Start date: 1 January 2019

Closing date: Midday, Monday 29 October 2018

Interview Date: During the last week of half term

The Hamble School is delighted to present an exciting opportunity to join our highly successful and dynamic team of teaching staff in the role of Teacher of Maths. The school, an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school, is a ‘Good’ school with ‘Outstanding’ Leadership and Management (Ofsted 2017) which provides a forward thinking and vibrant learning environment. We pride ourselves on the strength of our staff and student relationships and have a strong community and inclusive ethos. We are highly aspirational for our students and believe in the highest standards of teaching and learning along with a strong sense of team work.  This philosophy is embodied by our strapline of “Achieving Excellence Together”.

This is an opportunity to join and contribute to the continuation of the excellent progress that the Maths Department has already made. We are making rapid progress in all aspects of school life and it is therefore an exciting time to join us.

We are dedicated to offering the right candidate systematic professional development to enable them to achieve excellence. ‘Teachers benefit from opportunities to discuss and reflect on the way they teach with their colleagues.  As a result, the quality of teaching, learning and assessment is consistently good and continues to improve’ (Ofsted, 2017).  The school is part of PiXL and has strong ties with local school alliances and consortia and therefore has access to an excellent professional network in which to share good practice and support your growth as a teacher.

We are seeking to appoint an innovative and enthusiastic Teacher of Maths.

The successful candidate will join dedicated and supportive staff, who have worked together as a cohesive team to drive up standards of achievement.

To be successful, you will:

  • be an excellent practitioner with the potential and desire to continue to improve
  • have a passion for learning and teaching and be committed to raising standards across all Key Stages
  • have a passion for Maths and be able to communicate this to students and staff
  • have excellent subject knowledge and depth of understanding
  • be able to inspire students to ensure that they achieve their full potential
  • be an effective and committed team player with a sense of humour.

In return, we can offer you:

  • a positive and optimistic working environment focused on student progress and high standards of achievement and behaviour
  • the resources and facilities to continue to improve students’ progress
  • opportunities to further develop your skills as a classroom practitioner and to develop leadership skills as you progress
  • first rate personal career development to assist you in the fulfilment of your ambitions
  • excellent networking opportunities including involvement in PiXL and school partnerships
  • an extremely well-equipped campus with subsidised gym membership on-site.

We welcome visits to the school to see us in action and all that we have to offer and invite you to come and have an informal chat, tour of the site and to meet the Head, staff and students.

To apply please complete a teacher application form which can be located at the top of this page. Applications should be returned electronically to Karen Willis, HR Officer, kwillis@thehambleschool.co.uk

Please ensure one of your references is from your current Headteacher and all email addresses are correct.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Interviews will be held during the last week of this half term.

Job description: Download (PDF)

ART - Curriculum Leader

Closing date: Midday, Monday 29 October 2018

Interview date: During the last week of half term

Start date: 1 January 2019

Salary: Main Pay Range £22,917 – £33,492/ Upper Pay Range £35,927 – £38,633 + TLR 2b £4,443 per annum

Contract type: Full-time

Contract term: Permanent

The Hamble School, an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school, is a ‘Good’ school with ‘Outstanding’ Leadership and Management (Ofsted 2017) which provides a forward thinking and vibrant learning environment. We pride ourselves on the strength of staff and student relationships and we have a strong community at the heart of our ethos.  Our shared philosophy is embodied by our strapline of ‘Achieving Excellence Together’.

This post provides an exciting opportunity for an ambitious teacher who would like to further develop their career as part of our ‘Outstanding’ (Ofsted 2017) middle leadership team.  We are looking for the successful candidate to support the vison of our Director of Learning – Performing and Creative Arts in developing the outcomes and quality of teaching and learning in a progressive Art Department.

The school is committed to developing the skills of all students in and beyond the classroom; the successful candidate will be a dynamic and innovative practitioner of Art who can contribute to sustaining the excellent results produced by the department by bringing new and fresh ideas and sharing good practice. Applicants must relish a challenge and be dedicated to providing a first class quality education to every child.

We are committed to offering the right candidate systematic professional development to enable them to achieve excellence. ‘Teachers benefit from opportunities to discuss and reflect on the way they teach with their colleagues.  As a result, the quality of teaching, learning and assessment is consistently good and continues to improve’ (Ofsted, 2017).  The school is part of PiXL and has strong ties with local school alliances and consortia and therefore has access to an excellent professional network in which to share good practice and support your growth as a leader.

In summary, the successful candidate will:

  • be an outstanding teacher of Art;
  • have excellent subject knowledge and depth of understanding;
  • have a passion for learning and teaching and be committed to raising standards across all Key Stages;
  • be able to inspire students to ensure that they achieve their full potential;
  • have the interpersonal skills to support others to develop their practice and be able to lead by example;
  • be an effective and committed team player with a sense of humour and a clear vision for development and sustained improvement in Art.

We can offer you:

  • a highly professional and collaborative working environment focused on developing a love of learning;
  • the resources and facilities to continue to improve students’ progress and attainment;
  • an opportunity to demonstrate leadership and innovation as part of a successful forward thinking team;
  • first rate personal career development to assist you in the fulfilment of your ambitions.
  • an extremely well-equipped campus with excellent leisure and sport/gym/swimming pool facilities that staff can take full advantage of.

We welcome visits to the school to see us in action and all that we have to offer and invite you to come and have an informal chat, tour of the site and to meet the Head, staff and students.

To apply please complete a teaching staff application form which can be located at the top of this page.  Applications should be returned electronically to Karen Willis, HR Officer, kwillis@thehambleschool.co.uk

Please ensure one of your references is from your current Headteacher and all email addresses are correct.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Interviews will be held during the last week of this half term.

Job description: Download (PDF)

Exam Invigilator

Job Start Date: Early 2019

Contract/Hours: Casual

Salary Details: £8.50 per hour

Hours of Work: As and when – to be agreed with the school

Location of Role: The Hamble School

Closing Date: Midday, Thursday 22nd November 2018

Interview Date: Week commencing 3rd December 2018

Job/Person Summary

This is an exciting opportunity to oversee the Pre Public (Mock) Examinations and GCSE examinations at The Hamble School and join an integral team within the school.

We are seeking individuals who can promote a supportive atmosphere so that our students are able to fulfil or exceed their expected potential during the examination period.

Attached is a copy of the job description which explains the main responsibilities and duties to be carried out.

Invigilating is a vital role in supporting the Exams Officer to run busy exam periods in the school calendar.

In addition to Exam Invigilator duties, you will also act as a reader or a scribe for students who require access arrangements to support them in their examinations. Therefore, applicants must be confident in their literacy skills.

Please take time to read the attached job description. If you would like to be an integral member of the exams team, please complete the support staff application form at the top of this page and email it to nfry@thehambleschool.co.uk

We would like successful candidates to work during the Pre Public exams (February/ March 2019) and Summer external examinations (May to June 2019). Availability during these time periods is essential.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Role Profile: Download (PDF)

The Hamble School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will ensure that all our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. All successful candidates will be subject to DBS checks along with other relevant employment checks.