Working at Milton Abbey School
Please see below details of all Academic and Support vacancies at the School.
Applications for vacancies must be submitted on a Milton Abbey School application form which is available to download from the iPoint box on this page, along with a covering letter. Your application can be supported by a CV, however applications annotated “see attached CV” will not be considered.
When applying for an academic vacancy please address your letter to the Headmaster. For support vacancies, please address your letter to the Bursar. In both instances, please send your application to:
Miss Lynne Hughes
Milton Abbey School
For September 2017 we are seeking to appoint a Science Teacher to join a forward thinking department. You will be a Science Teacher who can teach AQA Biology or Chemistry to A level and Biology and Chemistry to GCSE. This is a full-time role including Saturday classes and you will be well-qualified, bright, capable and inspiring.
The post would suit either someone new to the profession or an established teacher who is qualified to teach one of these subject areas and who has some background in the other subject. Statutory NQT induction is provided and you should be willing to contribute to the extra-curricular life of the school.
For September 2017 we are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and enthusiastic Head of Riding, to join the forward thinking Land Based Studies Department.
The successful applicant will be responsible for the provision of quality riding instruction to pupils on their own horses/ponies, the co-ordination of equine activities for pupils and the day-to-day running of the School livery yard. You will also contribute to the teaching programme for the Level 2 and 3 BTEC courses in Horse Management. You will be passionate about equitation and be able to deliver a high standard of horse care for our resident horses/ponies, as well as being able to engage well with pupils, parents and other staff.
The position will require a minimum of a BHSAI qualification. It would be desirable for the successful applicant to also have a minimum of a Level 4 qualification in an equine related subject and/or a teaching qualification. The successful applicant will work well within a team and value each pupil as an individual.
A commitment to contribute fully to the extra-curricular life of this busy, seven day a week boarding school would be an advantage. Accommodation may be available. Stabling for own horse is provided.