Job Search

BridgeThe 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.

Secondary Head of PE and Games Teacher and Secondary Tutor – The King’s School, Witney (full time)

Post: Full time PE and Games Teaching post at The King’s School, Witney, Oxfordshire
An independent Christian school (3-16) run by Oxfordshire Community Churches
FT Salary: Between £24,281 and £28,588 pa depending on qualifications, experience and roles
Advertised: Tuesday 10th May,
Closing Date: Monday 23rd May, 9am
Interview date: Thursday 26th May
Start date: 1st September 2022

This is an exciting opportunity available to be involved in teaching at our successful Christian school. The King’s School has operated for over 30 years providing Primary and Secondary education. Currently the roll is 200 pupils.

We are looking for a full time teacher who can take on the role of Head of PE and take on the role of a Secondary tutor. There is also the possibility that the role will include some Primary PE teaching. The successful candidate will be an excellent practitioner, flexible, and servant-hearted. The candidate will be able to build upon the successes of the past, maintaining the distinctive quality and tone of the school, and will be able to work as part of a strong staff team in line with the vision of Oxfordshire Community Churches. It is therefore a genuine and determining occupational requirement that the job-holder must be a committed Christian willing to work with others in the context of OCC’s ethos statement.


Expected Roles
• Responsibility for PE and Games Teaching across the secondary school
• Oversight and development of GCSE PE
• Secondary Tutor

Potential Roles
• Duke of Edinburgh Award Manager
• Primary PE teaching
It is desirable for the successful applicant to hold a D1 (minibus) driving qualification, although training could be provided if required.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including DBS checks.
If you have a disability and require any reasonable adjustments that will enable you to apply for this position, then please let us know.

For further information, to arrange an informal visit to the school or to request an application form please contact Kathryn Smith, School Administrator of The King’s School, office@tkswitney.org.uk, or telephone 01993 778463. If you are able please also send your CV in advance of your application form.

Early Years Practitioner to provide maternity cover – Stepping Stones

Post: Part-time Early Years practitioner and Outdoor Learning teacher post at The King’s School, Witney, Oxfordshire: 29 hours a week, spread across two whole days (8.15-4.15) and three mornings (8.15-12.30)
An independent Christian school (3-16) of Oxfordshire Community Churches
Salary: £12,351 (29 hours per week, term time only), full time equivalent £21,091
Advertised: Tuesday 10th May, 2022
Closing Date: 9am Tuesday 17th May, 2022
Interview date: Start date: Tuesday 24th May, 2022
1st September 2022

There is an exciting opportunity available to be involved in teaching at our successful Christian school. The King’s School has operated for over 30 years providing Early Years, Primary and Secondary education. There are 201 pupils on roll.

We are looking for an Early Years practitioner ideally with NVQ level 3 status or higher qualifications, to cover for a maternity leave. The role is for two whole days from 8.45am until 4.15pm, and three mornings from 8.15am until 12.30am a week. The successful candidate will be an excellent teacher of young children, flexible, and servant-hearted, willing to use their gifts as part of the school team. They will be able to build upon the successes of the past, maintaining the distinctive Christian quality and tone of the school. They will be able to work as part of a strong staff team in line with the vision of Oxfordshire Community Churches. It is therefore a genuine and determining occupational requirement that the job-holder must be a committed Christian willing to work with others in the context of our Christian vision, mission and virtues statement.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including DBS checks.
If you have a disability and require any reasonable adjustments that will enable you to apply for this position, then please let us know.

For further information, to arrange an informal visit to the school or to request an application form please contact Kathryn Smith, School Administrator of The King’s School, office@tkswitney.org.uk, or telephone 01993 778463. If you are able please also send your CV in advance of your application form.

Outdoor Learning Teacher (Primary) – The King’s School, Witney

Part Time (Maternity Cover)
Post: Outdoor Learning Teacher (Maternity Cover) – 8 hours a week; two afternoons 12.15-4.15pm
Salary: £3,494 (full time equivalent £17,472), term time only
Advertised: Tuesday 10th May, 2022
Closing date: 9am Tuesday 17th May, 2022
Interview date: Monday 23rd May, 2022
Start date: 1st September 2022


The King’s School is looking to appoint a teacher of Outdoor Learning (Years 1-4), starting September 2022. In the role you would work 8 hours per week, over two afternoons. The salary would be £3,494 (full time equivalent £17,472), term time only. Experience of working with children is preferred as well as a willingness to be trained in and carry out First Aid. The job-holder must be fully sympathetic with Oxfordshire Community Churches Christian ethos and willing to work with others in the context of our Christian vision, mission and virtues statement.
Coming for a visit to the school in advance of your application is strongly recommended.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including DBS checks. If you have a disability and require any reasonable adjustments that will enable you to apply for this position, then please let us know.
For further information, to arrange an informal visit to the school or to request an application form please contact Kathryn Smith, School Administrator of The King’s School, office@tkswitney.org.uk, or telephone 01993 778463. If you are able please also send your CV in advance of your application form.

Jobs at the king’s school, harpenden

The King’s School is a warm and friendly environment, with small class sizes, offering
you the opportunity to enjoy working and develop your skills, all in a beautiful, rural
setting. We have a passionate staff team, who work together to create a learning
space for our pupils that challenges and inspires, whilst providing outstanding
pastoral care. As staff in a Christian school, we are able to encourage our pupils in
their journey of faith and model a relationship with Jesus that is real and relevant. It
is this holistic approach – academic progress, character, faith – that makes our school
such a special place to work in.

Primary School Teacher (Full time and Part time available) 

As a Primary Teacher, you will have the opportunity to work collaboratively as part of
a skilled and experienced Primary staff team. There is one class per year group, with
usually 8-16 pupils per class. Schemes of work are in place, and you will have the
opportunity to help our team shape the Primary curriculum as you grow into the role,
ensuring that our pupils have a broad and dynamic learning experience, preparing
them well for the transition to Secondary at the end of Year 6. There is the scope for
outdoor learning by making use of our lovely grounds.

The King’s School has its own pay scale, with contributions to an employer’s pension
scheme and healthcare cover available to all staff. Further details, along with an
application pack, including job description, are available from the school:

Call 01582 767566 or request by email to: kings.pa@thekingsschool.com
Applications open
Interviews – to be arranged

Learning Support Assistant 

Part-time (minimum 0.4 FTE = 15 hours)
Start date: September 2022

As a Learning Support Assistant (LSA), you will have the opportunity to make a
significant contribution to our SEN Team. You will work in Secondary classes,
supporting an individual pupil, in core subjects. This rewarding work benefits from the
building of effective understanding, and positive working relationships, between a
pupil and their LSA. Specific training can be provided to help develop your knowledge
and skills in any areas that are new to you. This opportunity would suit someone
looking for flexible working, with hours that can fit alongside other work or family
commitments.

The King’s School has its own pay scale, with contributions to an employer’s pension
scheme and healthcare cover available to all staff. Further details, along with an
application pack, including job description, are available from the school:

Call 01582 767566 or request by email to: kings.pa@thekingsschool.com
Applications open
Interviews – to be arranged

Teaching Assistant in EYFS – Emmanuel School, Walsall
(One year fixed term contract)

More details

Emmanuel School provides Christian Education for children from Nursery through until their GCSEs. We aim to provide a broad and balanced Bible-based curriculum for children in every age group.

From September 2022, Emmanuel School is looking to appoint a full time Teaching Assistant who will inspire our children in Early Years, ensuring they make good progress and enjoy learning. The successful candidate needs resilience, strength of character and a professional curiosity in order to support our children’s needs which can be many and varied. The role involves working to support, and under the guidance of, our Early Years Teacher. The post may also involve working one to one with children who have additional needs. Initially, this position is for one academic year but will be reviewed at Easter 2023. (We are willing to consider a job share arrangement if suitable candidates apply.)
The successful candidate must share our Christian beliefs and be committed to school improvement. We see our work as a Christian calling and the salary involves a level of sacrifice. For an application form or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Mrs Ann Kendrick on 01922 635810 or by E-mail at ann.kendrick@emmanuel-walsall.co.uk

The closing date for applications is Friday 20th May 2022. Interviews are likely to take place week commencing Monday 23rd May 2022.

Teacher of Science (secondary) – Emmanuel School, Walsall

Job vacancy Sept 22 Teacher secondary science

Emmanuel School provides Christian Education for children from Nursery through until their GCSEs. We aim to provide a broad and balanced Bible-based curriculum for children in every age group.

From September 2022, Emmanuel School is looking to appoint a full or part time (a minimum of 3 days) exceptional teacher of secondary Science to develop, plan and deliver effective and high-quality learning experiences for all learners in our secondary department. This is a demanding post as the successful candidate will teach all science subjects to all secondary year groups from Year 7 through to Year 11 (GCSEs). The successful candidate must share our Christian beliefs and be committed to school improvement. The position is suitable for an ambitious, driven teacher who wants to progress as a middle leader or even a senior leader in the future.

We see our work as a Christian calling and the salary involves a level of sacrifice.

For an application form or to arrange an informal visit, please contact Mrs Ann Kendrick on 01922 635810 or by E-mail at ann.kendrick@emmanuel-walsall.co.uk

The closing date for applications is Friday 20th May 2022.

Interviews are likely to take place week commencing Monday 23rd May 2022.

Emmanuel School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Jobs at The King’s School, Eastleigh 

Learning Support Assistant required – KS2 Full or Part Time
School Cleaner required Part Time 2 ½ days per week (Mon – Weds)

Start date: September 2022
Closing date: Sunday 22nd May 2022

The King’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers, the DBS and Prohibition checks

For more information and application form please email Laura Weller
l.weller@thekingsschool.org.uk

The King’s School, Lakesmere House, Allington Lane, Fair Oak, Eastleigh SO50 7DB
023 8060 0986

Primary Teacher (Maternity) – The River School

The River School, an independent Christian School established in 1985, requires a primary teacher (upper KS2), beginning in September 2022, to provide maternity cover until April 2023. The Trustees, staff and pupils are looking for a dynamic and inspirational teacher to join the highly motivated and dedicated team; someone with a strong Christian commitment and supportive of the Christian ethos.

Closing Date for Applications & Shortlisting: Monday 16th May (11am)

Interviews: Wednesday 25th May

For full details and to apply please visit our website Staff Vacancies – The River School

Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to book an appointment to visit the school by contacting the Office on 01905 457047.

Geography KS3 & KS4 (part-time) – The River School, Worcester 

The River School, an independent Christian School established in 1985, requires a part-time (0.4-0.6) Geography specialist for KS3 & KS4, beginning in September 2022.

The Trustees, staff and pupils are looking for a dynamic and inspirational teacher to join the highly motivated and dedicated team; someone with a strong Christian commitment and supportive of the Christian ethos.

As a school, we provide an excellent working environment with small classes (20 or less) and strong pastoral support. We work together to build character amongst the pupils and to pursue excellence in all we do. Our pupils are well-behaved and friendly. The management of the school is supportive of all staff and can support any candidates through their NQT year and early years of teaching.

Closing Date for Applications & Shortlisting: Monday 16th May (11:30am)

Interviews: Monday 23rd May

For full details and to apply please visit our website Staff Vacancies – The River School

Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to book an appointment to visit the school by contacting the Office on 01905 457047.

Science KS3 & KS4 (part-time) -The River School

The River School, an independent Christian School established in 1985, requires a part-time (0.3-0.6/1.0) Science specialist for KS3 & KS4, beginning in September 2022. The successful candidate will join our Science department and teach either Physics, Chemistry or Biology depending on their strengths. Additional subject expertise would also be considered should full-time hours be desired.

The Trustees, staff and pupils are looking for a dynamic and inspirational teacher to join the highly motivated and dedicated team; someone with a strong Christian commitment and supportive of the Christian ethos.

As a school, we provide an excellent working environment with small classes (20 or less) and strong pastoral support. We work together to build character amongst the pupils and to pursue excellence in all we do. Our pupils are well-behaved and friendly. The management of the school is supportive of all staff and can support any candidates through their NQT year and early years of teaching.

Closing Date for Applications & Shortlisting: Monday 16th May (11:30am)

Interviews: Thursday 26th May

For full details and to apply please visit our website Staff Vacancies – The River School

Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to book an appointment to visit the school by contacting the Office on 01905 457047.

Primary School Teacher – The King’s School, Witney

Part-time (Monday and Tuesday)
Fixed period from September 2022 – July 2023
Post: Primary School teaching post at The King’s School, Witney, Oxfordshire
An independent Christian school (3-16) run by Oxfordshire Community Churches
Salary: Between £8,851-£10,574 (based on 16 hours per week) depending on qualifications and experience (£22,128-£26,435 full time equivalent)

Advertised: Friday 29th April, 2022
Closing Date: Friday 13th May 2022 9.00am
Start date: Thursday 1st September 2022
Interview date: Tuesday 17th May 2022

There is an exciting opportunity available to be involved in Primary Teaching at our successful Christian school. The King’s School has been in operation since 1984, providing Primary and Secondary education. Currently the roll is 198 pupils.

We are looking for a part-time teacher who can be a Primary class teacher for two days per week (Monday and Tuesday). The successful candidate will be an excellent practitioner, flexible, and servant-hearted. They will be able to build upon the successes of the past, maintaining the distinctive quality and tone of the school. They will be able
to work as part of a strong staff team in line with the vision of Oxfordshire Community Churches. It is therefore a genuine and determining occupational requirement that the job-holder must be a committed Christian willing to work with others in the context of OCC’s ethos statement, and the schools’ mission, vision and virtues statements.

This position is for a fixed period of one school year only, commencing 1st September 2022 and ending on July 31st 2023.

Recently qualified or experienced teachers are welcome to apply.
We recommend a visit to the school as part of your application if possible, preferably before the application deadline date.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including DBS checks. You will also be expected to complete regular safeguarding training in line with school policy.

If you have a disability and require any reasonable adjustments that will enable you to apply for this position, then please let us know.

For further information, to arrange an informal visit to the school, or to request an application form, please contact Kathryn Smith, Senior Administrator of The King’s School, office@tkswitney.org.uk, or telephone 01993 778463. If you are able to, please also send your CV in support of your application form.

Jobs at Thames Christian School

There are 4 roles currently advertised on their website – 

  1. SENDCO for KS4 & KS5

  2. Teacher of Mathematics 

  3. Lead Teacher of Science 

  4. Sports Coach 

Do see their website for full details and how to apply. 

Chaplain – Woodstock School, India

Woodstock School is India’s leading international residential school. For 165 years
Woodstock has stood as a reference point for excellence in education in Asia.
Situated in the Indian Himalayas, Woodstock’s stunning campus covers more than
250 acres of protected forest, providing an inspirational educational environment
and unrivalled access to one of the world’s great mountain wildernesses.
With more than 50 nationalities represented among its student body and faculty,
Woodstock is a truly international community which embraces its diversity and multiculturalism.

Woodstock seeks to appoint a Chaplain – a man or woman who:

  • Has a strong personal faith in Christ;
  • Has a desire to help others grow in faith;
  • Has a love for India and its various religious traditions, and an appreciation of
    the role of the Christian church in the India of today;
  • Has a love for people, and a desire to develop friendships and deep
    relationships;
  • Has a mature understanding of the Bible and the role of prayer in individual
    and corporate Christian growth;
  • Has experience of working in schools (preferably Christian and international
    schools) together with an eagerness and aptitude to teach well;
  • Has an appreciation of the value of being connected to a local congregation of
    Christians, not pushing the claims of any one denomination but at the same
    time able to cooperate with those from a variety of church backgrounds.

Download the Job Description Woodstock Chaplain Ad – April 2022 and for more information contact Hugh Bradby in the first instance. 

many job roles- CFS, Liverpool

Christian Fellowship School is a parent collaborative school providing a Christ-centred education for families in the city of Liverpool and surrounding area. Parents, teachers and the wider community work together to teach children to love God and understand His purposes for the world. We are a faith venture with the mission to disciple the next generation to serve society creatively and courageously.

Full-time SENDCo required for September 2022 (job share would be considered)

This position would enable you to fulfil a critical role in our development as a school where all pupils flourish and discover their unique calling and gifting. We have a higher than average proportion of pupils on the SEND register but strategic and skilful support has enabled them to make very good progress compared with national averages. You would be taking over an established SEND department and developing it further, responding to new national guidelines and emerging needs within the school.
A key benefit of working at CFS is the opportunity it affords committed professionals to put their knowledge, skills, experience and enthusiasm to work in fulfilment of a Christian vocation to education. We can guarantee plenty of challenges but also the reward of being part of a caring, faith-filled team committed to supporting one another.
As our SENDCo you would be part of the Senior Leadership Team and contribute to the
development of whole school policies and strategies, contributing your particular insight about how they can best be adapted to meet the needs of SEND pupils effectively. You will also play a key role liaising with external agencies and supporting parents in securing appropriate provision for their children.
We are looking for a qualified teacher with knowledge and experience of SEND provision. We see working at CFS as part of our Christian calling to serve the Church through education and the payment structure for this role reflects this vision.

If you are interested in this post, please email the Assistant Head of Communications &
Operations on ks@cfschool.org.uk, giving your phone contact details so we can call you for an initial conversation. Interested applicants will be sent an application pack with a job
description and further details about the qualifications, experience and skills we are looking for.
If we proceed with your application, the school will take up three references prior to interview. The Governors and Staff of Christian Fellowship School take seriously their responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all the children and young people entrusted to our care.
Our expectation is that all staff and volunteers will share this commitment. Completion of an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) application is a requirement for anyone working at the school.
Additionally, the applicant must be a practising Christian (occupational requirement under Part 1 of schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010).

CFS are also looking for the following:

KS2 CLASS TEACHER – London Christian School

An opportunity to join a small and thriving independent primary school in the heart of
London. Required to teach from September 2022, an effective and enthusiastic classroom teacher who will be able to complement our dedicated and hardworking staff team. Desire to teach upper KS2 preferable. Salary is dependent on candidate’s experience.

The closing date for applications is 25 May 2022.
A job description is available on request. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. LCS is an equal opportunities employer.

Please send your CV and personal statement to: recruitment@londonchristianschool.com

Further enquiries to Miss Amy Roseveare

020 3130 6430 | 40 Tabard Street, London SE1 4JU
www.londonchristianschool.com

TEACHING ASSISTANTS (FULL TIME) – London Christian School

london christian school logo

These roles involve contributing to all areas of school life, supporting teachers in individual and whole group learning and assisting with school routines and
supervision. Required for September 2022:

  • Early Years Foundation Stage TA
    (NVQ Level 3 preferable) 
  • Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2 TA

The closing date for applications is 25 May 2022.
A job description is available on request. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. LCS is an equal opportunities employer.

Please send your CV and personal statement to: recruitment@londonchristianschool.com

Further enquiries to Miss Amy Roseveare

020 3130 6430 | 40 Tabard Street, London SE1 4JU
www.londonchristianschool.com

KS2 Teacher – Emmanuel School, Derby 

Emmanuel School has a vacancy for a Part-Time (0.6) KS2 Teacher to start in
September 2022.

The successful applicant will be an experienced teaching practitioner with knowledge of the primary curriculum. The post is open to applicants for part time (0.6 FTE) employment.

For a copy of the job description and application form please contact the school either by phone 01332 340505 or email office@emmanuel.derby.sch.uk

Please note – Our School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the
children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and
Barring Service

Closing date: Friday 20th May 2022

Graduate Teacher Assistants – Monkton 

Monkton logo

12 months Fixed Term – Starting end of August 2022

Salary: £11,500 (including accommodation and full board during term time)

Do you have what it takes to inspire young people and have a devotion to support an excellent holistic education?

We are seeking to appoint a number of high calibre Graduate Teaching Assistants for the forthcoming academic year, starting in August 2022, on a 12 month fixed term contract for both our Senior School and Prep School, set in the beautiful Midford valley on the outskirts of Bath.

Graduate Teaching Assistants are seen as an important part of the Pastoral and Academic teams at Monkton. This is an exciting opportunity to explore and gain experience of working with young people in a supportive Christian ethos school environment and allow you to decide if teaching or pastoral care is the right career path for you. You will be expected to help with various activities during the school day, such as supporting in a classroom environment, supporting and supervising sport lessons and activities, to be resident on site, and to help care for the boarders after the academic day has finished and at the weekends.

We pride ourselves on our lively Christian ethos, excellent exam results and our strong pastoral care. At Monkton, we are setting standards for life; giving young people the qualities of character they need.

So, if you strive to work collaboratively and want to actively get involved in the co-curricular, pastoral life of the school, including Christian union and bible study groups, then we think you will feel right at home here.

Previous Graduate Teaching Assistants have gone on to a variety of careers including (but not limited to) SCITT and PGCE courses, counselling or church leadership – the perfect springboard for many different types of careers. Apply today to take the next step in your career.

Safeguarding

Monkton Combe School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and Disclosure and Barring Service.

How to apply

You should submit your application form and letter of application through our website. Alternatively you should write to the HR department (recruitment@monkton.org.uk) enclosing a letter of application, fully completed application form and full curriculum vitae, with details of your qualifications and experience.

We encourage early application as we reserve the right to close this vacancy early if suitable candidates are found. If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the HR department on 01225 721149.

KICK ARE RECRUITING:

KICK

KICK is a fast growing charity focused on the mission to transform young people’s lives, with God’s love, through sport and support delivering services in London, the East of England, The Midlands, the North East and the north West of England.

KICK work in Infant, Primary, Secondary, Pupil Referral Units, Private and Special Schools to deliver the following services with Christian values embedded throughout every session:

– PE National Curriculum – Transformational Street Dance

– Solutions Focused Mentoring – Schools based Chaplaincy

In all that we do we seek to live out our values to encourage young people to be aspirational, to be compassionate in all circumstances, to deliver excellent quality sessions, and to be intentional in building relationships and sharing the gospel with young people every day and to show integrity in our decision making at all times. KICK are currently working with over 90 schools and have established 24 KICK Academies. Our staff team has more than doubled over the last 2 years with KICK now employing over 75 staff. As an organisation we are engaging with over 20,000 young people every week and come closer to achieving our mission as we reach more and more young people.

We are recruiting for a range of positions which are as follows:

DIRECTOR OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT – NORTH EAST/NORTH WEST OF ENGLAND

An exciting opportunity to grow KICK’s work across schools, churches and communities across the country, focused on, but not limited to the North East and North West of England. The Director of Regional Development will pioneer into new areas and manage branch managers and contribute to the strategic and spiritual direction of the charity. The role would have an eye on operational management to ensure that our service is delivered with excellence to our key stakeholders in schools, local churches and community partners.

APPLICANTS WILL HAVE:

Experience of leadership and management.
Experience of successfully supporting and developing colleagues to improve the quality of their practise.
The ability to relate well to and communicate persuasively with stakeholders at all levels within schools, churches and community-based groups.
Ability to deliver positive outcomes to agreed targets.
Flexible to accommodate changing priorities and processes.

BRANCH MANAGER – NORTH EAST/NORTH WEST OF ENGLAND

An opportunity to pioneer KICK’s arrival and expansion into new regions to grow and develop KICK’s work within a new region. The Branch Manager will champion excellent relationship management of schools, church-based KICK Academies and key partners to build the work of KICK whilst also being responsible for line managing a small team of coaches. The Branch Manager will lead by example in delivery of KICK services whether this be coaching, mentoring or chaplaincy within a school environment and deliver these KICK services on a weekly basis.

APPLICANTS WILL:

Have some experience of leadership and management.
Ability to deliver positive outcomes for young people.
Experience of leading sports provision or mentoring.
Ability to lead and manage others to high standards in teaching and learning.
Ability to relate well to and relationship manage key stakeholders such as schools, churches and community-based groups.
Flexible to accommodate changing priorities.

COACHES, MENTORS AND CHAPLAINS – BASED IN LONDON, EAST OF ENGLAND, MIDLANDS, NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND, NORTH WEST OF ENGLAND

An exciting opportunity to deliver quality sports sessions, chaplaincy and/or mentoring within our schools on a weekly basis. The Coach/Mentor/Chaplain will be passionate about embedding values within each session and be committed to our mission, to transform young peoples lives with Gods love, through sport and support. The role could include a hybrid of our different services offered or could just focus on one, for example delivering chaplaincy. These roles all provide the opportunity to be intentional in living out our mission practically with young people.

APPLICANTS WILL:

Be passionate about delivering sessions of a high quality.
Have an understanding of the issues that young people face.
Engage well with children and young people with the ability to inspire and motivate.
Have an understanding of assessment and development for both classes and individual children depending on the service delivered.
Use sport as a tool to embed life skills/values within each session.
Be committed and excited by the mission of KICK to, “Transform young people’s lives, with God’s love, through sport and support”.

To find out more or for full details of the roles above please contact beccilee@kick.org.uk

Graduate Teacher jobs and Gap Student positions 

For a list of Graduate Teacher and Gap Student jobs – see our excel document. 

This was compiled with thanks from all the schools who chose to provide us with their details.