Your job application
Once you have found a job, you can make an online application by following the directions on that page.
We use an online application with standard questions, rather than accepting CVs. This ensures all applicants are treated equally. If you consider yourself to have a disability please complete the Guaranteed Interview Scheme section of the application.
If you are shortlisted for interview, we will notify you by email or by post.
After the interview, we will let you know the outcome. You can contact the Recruiting Manager for any feedback.
Before we make a formal offer we need to complete all relevant pre-employment clearances. You will then be contacted to agree a start date and your formal contract of employment will follow.
School recruitment is handled by the school who will be in contact with you throughout the process.
Posts working with children and vulnerable adults are subject to the disclosure of criminal records. The job description will indicate whether or not a post is subject to a DBS check. A DBS application form will be posted to you to complete. We carry out DBS checks on staff working with vulnerable groups every 3 years.
Asylum and immigration
We have a legal obligation to ensure that all prospective employees are eligible to live and work in the UK. We will request evidence at interview stage.