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VACANCY – Biology Teacher

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Full-time/Permanent – September 2018

Located in the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and on the doorstep of the Lake District, Sedbergh is a thriving Boarding School which boasts outstanding facilities and an exceptional Common Room. 

Sedbergh has a national reputation in a variety of arenas. We are growing in numbers thanks to the calibre and commitment of our staff; we are now seeking a Biology Teacher for 1st September 2018; for the right candidate we will be happy to consider a later start date, up to 1st January 2019.  

The successful candidate will be confident teaching the subject up to A Level, as well as helping to prepare our more able pupils for Oxbridge applications.  An active interest in curriculum development would be welcome.  

An application form may be obtained:

- as a download from this webpage;
- by email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org;
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Closing date for applications is Thursday 26 April 2018, at 12.00pm.  

Interviews will be held on Friday 4 May; candidates will be asked to arrive on the evening of Thursday 3 May.


Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – Teacher of Music

 > Job Description

Full-time/Permanent – September 2018

Located in the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and on the doorstep of the Lake District, Sedbergh is a thriving Boarding School which boasts outstanding facilities and an exceptional Common Room. 

Sedbergh has a national reputation in a variety of arenas. We are growing in numbers thanks to the calibre and commitment of our staff; we are now seeking a Music Teacher for 1st September 2018; for the right candidate we will be happy to consider a later start date, up to 1st January 2019.  

The successful candidate will share classes with the Director of Music and Head of Choral music; they will be a skilled musician, motivated and expected to contribute to our extensive programme of extra-curricular Music.  There exists the opportunity for the right candidate to be appointed Assistant Director of Music.  

An application form may be obtained:

- as a download from this webpage;
- by email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org;
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Closing date for applications is Monday 30 April 2018, at 5.00pm.

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – Graduate Music Assistant and Music Tutor

 > Job Description

Sedbergh Prep School is situated in a spectacular rural location in the Lune Valley, an ideal place for living out the ethos of allowing children to be children. We strive to realise the potential in all of our pupils, from the classroom to the stage or to the sports pitch.

We are now seeking a Graduate Music Assistant and Music Tutor. 

The School is passionate about the quality of its music. The variety of its choirs and ensembles and the breadth of instrumental lessons offered, are all testimony to the important place that music has within our culture. We also place a huge amount of value in the pastoral care of our children, both day pupils and boarders. This post is ideally suited to a talented musician who is considering a route into teaching and would enjoy the support of a close and dedicated community.

Closing date for applications: Monday 23 April 2018

Interviews will be during the week commencing 7 May 2018


Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – IT Support Technician

 > Job Description

Sedbergh School are currently seeking to recruit motivated and enthusiastic IT Support Technician to join our IT Department. 

This is a full time, permanent position. Hours and days will be as follows:

- Monday to Friday, from 9:00am to 5:30pm
- Saturday cover on a rotational basis (an afternoon during the week will be taken off instead)

Sedbergh School also offers staff benefits, which include contributory pension scheme with life cover and staff benefits package. If you are interested in this position please call Maria Gallego-Calderon on 015396 20303 or email hradmin@sedberghschool.org.

An application form can be obtained: 
- as a download from the above pdf
- in email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org 
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303

Closing date for applications is Monday 30 April 2018

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – Trainee Accountant

 > Job Description

Sedbergh School are currently seeking to recruit a Trainee Accountant to join our Finance Team.

This will be a full time, permanent post.  Details about this vacancy are as follows:

- 37.5 hours per week (52 weeks per year)
- Working days: Monday to Friday
- Salary : £17,500 per annum

The ideal candidate would preferably be studying or looking to start studying for AAT. Financial assistance towards study is available. Sedbergh School also offers staff benefits, which include contributory pension scheme with life cover and staff benefits package. If you are interested in this position please call Maria Gallego-Calderon on 015396 20303 or email hradmin@sedberghschool.org.

An application form can be obtained: 

- as a download from the pdf above
- in email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org 
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303

Closing date for applications is Monday 9 April 2018

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – HOUSE CHEF

Sedbergh School are currently seeking a House Chef to work within the Boarding Houses in the School. Very much a valued and appreciated part of each team, the ideal candidate would be confident leading a team and overseeing the provision of varied and healthy meals for pupils and staff in the Boarding House with additional work at Sedbergh Summer School.

Working for Sedbergh School means working within the school community as part of a close-knit team within the Hospitality Department. We are looking to employ enthusiastic people who would like a varied working environment with the opportunity to develop their careers further through NVQ or other qualifications with a goal for some to develop as senior managers.

The proximity to the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the area around Morecambe Bay offers the outdoors enthusiast a wide range of walking, fishing, sailing, climbing, caving and other outdoor pursuits all within easy reach. For those with a desire to get away occasionally the M6 motorway and the West Coast railway are both a short distance away for travel North or South while other routes make West Yorkshire and the North East easy to reach.

Click here to apply

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – CLEANING & CATERING ASSISTANTS (SEDBERGH & CASTERTON)

Are seeking Cleaning and Catering Assistants to join the current hardworking and friendly teams.
We have vacancies for the following shifts Monday to Sundays:-
- 7am to 2pm
- 9am to 2pm
- 10am to 7pm
- 5pm to 7pm

Our hourly rates are:
- £7.75per hour for working week days
- £8.10 per hour for weekend working        
- Benefits, including contributory pension scheme with life cover 

We may have days and hours that suit your current family/work commitments.  

For an informal chat on hours and days available, and also on any other vacancies we have, please do call Lizzie or Maria on 015396 20303 or email hrrecruitment@sedberghschool.org

We look forward to your call.

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

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VACANCY – TRAINEE CHEF (SEDBERGH & CASTERTON)

Sedbergh School is seeking enthusiastic people who would like to start their careers as chefs. You will work alongside the Senior House Chef who will be responsible for your training. For those who have just completed college courses this will be an opportunity to further develop skills in modern cuisine and gain further qualifications with the goal of progressing quickly to becoming a deputy chef. For apprentices, we are offering the opportunity to train at Kendal College on a day release basis, while gaining practical experience. 

The ideal candidates would soon gain sufficient experience to have the confidence to cook breakfasts or prepare tea without direct supervision, and have the ambition to extend their careers further by becoming a House Chef once they have achieved the required experience and qualifications.  

You will be expected to work one of the two main shift patterns (06:30 AM to 2:30 PM) producing breakfast and delivering lunch with the Senior House Chef or working a later shift (11am to 7 PM) covering lunch and producing tea. Ideally you would work one day over a weekend but some individual needs can be met. 

If you are interested in this position please call Lizzie Harrison on 015396 20303 or email hrrecruitment@sedberghschool.org.

An application form can be obtained: 
- clicking on the form at the top of this page
- in email from HRadmin@sedberghschool.org 
- from the Sedbergh School Bursary either in person or by telephoning 015396 20303

Safeguarding the welfare of children is of the highest priority to Sedbergh School. Every employee of the school has a responsibility to:
- Protect Children from abuse
- Be aware of the School’s safeguarding procedures
- Know how to access and implement the required procedures
- Keep a sufficient record of any significant complaint, conversation or event
- Report any matters of concern to the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Attend annual in-service training provided by the School
 
Sedbergh School is committed to safeguarding & protecting the welfare of children.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring.

 

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