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Contact our Human Resources office via firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7605 4875 with any queries you may have about working at St Paul’s Girls’ School.
We are also looking for outstanding and committed staff to work at SPGS International schools. Vacancies can be found on the dedicated recruitment page, where opportunities are regularly open for applications. SPGS International Senior School Chengdu opens in August 2022 and recruitment is underway for several roles.
St Paul’s Girls’ School is seeking to employ a part-time (Term time only) nurse to join the medical and wellbeing team. We seek to appoint a well-qualified professional with a genuine interest in the development of young people who would relish the opportunity to make a difference in this stimulating and unique environment.
St Paul’s Girls’ School is seeking an enthusiastic an outstanding Drama practitioner to contribute to extensive Co-Curricular Drama provision and to be a valued member of the team. Working closely with the Director of Drama, the appointed candidate will have the opportunity to direct productions, teach KS3, run masterclasses, and be integral to the department’s development.
St Paul’s Girls’ School is looking to appoint a candidate who is a passionate advocate for the importance of geography in a 21st century curriculum, capable of inspiring highly academically able students and staff through their enthusiasm for their subject and their excellent teaching skills.
St Paul’s Girls’ School is seeking a confident Head of Careers who will be responsible for providing effective careers education and guidance for students as they progress through the school. Working closely with the Director of Senior School and the Director of Higher Education, the Head of Careers is supported by the Careers and Higher Education Administrator
St Paul’s Girls’ School is looking to appoint a candidate who has a sincere interest in developing the system of pastoral care to benefit all its stakeholders, including students: for example , including members of the RAISE Committee and the PHSE Ambassadors.
St Paul’s Girls’ School is looking to appoint a candidate who has a passion for and knowledge of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion matters. Is committed to promoting the wellbeing of all students, has a track record of collaboration and influence at a senior level.
St Paul’s Girls’ School is looking to appoint a candidate that is interested in the transformative potential of technology in education, not just at St Paul’s but much more widely.
We welcome applications from candidates with a good understanding of technology and IT and who will enjoy contributing to our vision.