The following positions are currently vacant, and the organisations concerned have asked us to pass on details of the vacancies to anyone who is interested in applying. If you (or anyone known to you) is interested in any of the positions, please make direct contact with the schools. Details of addresses and contact numbers are given in the downloads. TISCA makes every effort to ensure that the positions advertised are accurately portrayed, and we are happy to try to answer any questions that you may have about the vacancies. However, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all details listed: please contact the organisations directly.
Charity and Course Administrator at Centre for Chaplaincy in Education
An exciting opportunity has opened up for an administrator who will support the Lead Development Officer (LDO), Communications Consultant and Trustees and play a key role in the development of the mission, vision and strategic aims of the charity.
Key purpose of the post:
- Administration and support of the charity, the Lead Development Officer (LDO) and the Trustees
- Digital support to the Communications Consultant
- Course and event administration
- Promoting the values of the charity
This role will be primarily working from home. There will be a requirement to travel to support in-person conferences and meetings in the future, together with some occasional work from the office base of CCE located at the London Jesuit Centre.
The Lead Development Officer (LDO) as Line Manager and through the LDO to the Trustees.
30 hours per week: Core hours to be agreed to be worked across at least 4 weekdays. The role requires some flexible working including the possibility of some evening and weekends e.g. national/other conferences
For more information regarding this role, please see below a more detailed job description and person specification.
How to apply:
A current comprehensive CV outlining your key achievements in previous and current roles with details of two referees (who will not be contacted without your prior consent).
A supporting statement (no longer than one page of A4) detailing how you believe your skills and experience match the requirements of the role and the person specification.
· Closing Date for Applications: Friday 1st October 2021 – applications to be submitted by noon and emailed to email@example.com
· Candidates will be informed of the results of shortlisting by 5pm on Monday 4th October 2021.
· Interviews will be held on 11th or 12th October 2021.
If you would value an informal conversation about this post, you are welcome to contact:
Maggie Everett, Lead Development Officer
HOPE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, CAMBODIA JOBS
If you have any questions about any of the positions or have people who are interested, please email, firstname.lastname@example.org as the person to contact.
HEBRON SCHOOL IN OOTACAMUND, SOUTH INDIA, IS LOOKING FOR TEACHERS
Hebron is a fine, well-established school in the Nilgiri Hills of southern India, teaching a basically UK curriculum and with a strong Christian foundation. The school is currently looking for teachers.
Long term Vacancies:
Subject Teachers: Modern Foreign Languages (German/French) Geography,
Chemistry, Physics, Psychology, Music instrumental, Design and Technology,
Religious Studies, Special Needs, EAL/ESL..
Admin: Maintenance, and Communication Officer
Short term volunteers (IG’s).
IG’s are short term volunteers who visit the school for six months at a time to help in various aspects of school life. In recent years the scheme has widened to include older people who may have taken early retirement or time out from their work. The staff and students benefit from the time and expertise that IGs are able to contribute which we greatly value. The younger IGs keep us in touch with the youth culture of the West, where most of our students continue their studies. They act as a useful ‘bridge’ between staff and students, and their youth and freshness stimulate new ideas and interests throughout the school. The older ones are greatly valued for their maturity and breadth of experience.
For the IGs themselves, it offers an opportunity to live and work in an International Christian school, experiencing firsthand one aspect of overseas service. It can be a very enriching experience, offering situations that demand initiative, creativity, flexibility and patience.
Applicants should have the following skills, qualifications and attributes:
Highly committed, practising Christians
Fluent in English
Relevant degree plus education degree/diploma.
Preferably prior experience of A level / IGCSE or comparable curriculum
Be willing to participate fully in the life of a busy boarding school.
Residential staff should be willing to do duty outside working hours, including dorm parenting or dorm support.
Note:- Positions listed above are accurate as per the time of printing.
Applicants interested in other subjects please check the website for latest vacancies.
Please contact the Human Resources Assistant (Olive Lillywhite) for further details.
Email: email@example.com Web: www.hebronooty.org