Career opportunities at Haileybury Turnford

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We are looking for staff of the highest calibre who are capable of making a positive contribution to teaching and learning at Haileybury Turnford and being part of our journey towards becoming an exceptional school.

In return, we offer excellent induction and training to support professional development to all teaching and support staff.  We have programmes in place for Newly Qualified Teachers as well as aspiring Middle Leaders and Senior Leaders.


Teacher of Key Stage 3 English & Maths – ideal for a primary specialist wishing to teach in secondary – January or April 2020 start

MPS/UPS £25,543-£37,151 depending on experience

Closing date 9th December 2019

Salary: Main Pay Scale or Upper Pay Scale depending on experience (including London Fringe allowance)

Haileybury Turnford is a rapidly improving school.  We need an ambitious teacher able to teach KS3 English and Maths to increase our capacity within both faculties and to join us and help us get to ‘Good’ and beyond.  This role will provide enormous scope for a talented practitioner who wishes to seek a new challenge and use their expertise to support the development of our KS3 curriculum in both core subject areas, supporting our students’ reading, writing and maths.

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Teacher of Science for September 2020

Closing Date Friday 6th December

Salary: Main Pay Scale – ideal for a Newly Qualified Teacher (including London Fringe allowance)

Haileybury Turnford is a rapidly improving school.  We need an ambitious teacher to join our collegiate and supportive Science Faculty.  This role will provide an ideal opportunity or a Newly Qualified Teacher who will be provided with excellent support from within the faculty and from the school’s professional development programme.

Job specification – Science Nov 2019

Job advert Science post November 2019


SEND Learning Support Assistant

Closing Date Friday 9th December 2019

30 hours a week, 37 weeks a year
08:45 – 15.15 Mon – Fri
H3 14-17 pro-rata £18,795 – £19,171.

To support SEND students to access the curriculum to enable them to achieve their full potential.

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Exam Invigilator

Start date: Immediate
Pay: £9.74 per hour
Hours: Variable
Closing date 20th December 2019

Experience would be great although not essential. Being local to these areas is preferable.

  • ensuring a calm environment which will give students the best possible opportunity to be successful in their exams
  • Helping to organise students at the start and end of each exam
  • Helping to provide the correct information and material for successful completion of the exam
  • Helping to ensure that the conduct of the exam takes place within the guidelines set down by the examination board and the school’s Examination Policy
  • Being vigilant, whilst not disrupting the candidates
  • Reporting in the event of any discrepancy or irregularity in the progress of an examination directly to the examination officer
  • At the end of examinations to help make sure that answer booklets have been completed correctly, and to help ensure that question numbers have been entered in the appropriate box on the front of the answer booklets
  • Collecting exam scripts in order, by candidate number


Appointment Process

Please apply in writing to Miss Nethercott enclosing a covering letter, no more than two sides and an application form (found below)

If you wish to discuss any role in more detail, please initially contact Miss L Nethercott, Executive Assistant to the Principal and Vice Principal –

We are unable to give feedback to applicants who are not shortlisted.

Candidates are encourages to submit their application as soon as possible as the school reserves the right to close the advert should we feel able to appoint an appropriate candidate.

All positions are advertised on the Teach in Herts website and/or the TES Online as well as on our website.

We give a lot of attention to appointing the right person.

For shortlisted candidates, on arrival you will usually meet the Principal or Vice Principal. We will give you chance to see the school, talk to students and meet colleagues. When appointing new teachers, we always observe you teaching a lesson. We may also ask you to mark some students’ work or to write an email to a parent/carer. The interview itself will last no more than 30 minutes after which you will usually be free to leave: we will telephone you later in the day with the outcome of the interview process and offer verbal feedback to all candidates.

We look forward to meeting you.

Recruitment and Retention payments available for outstanding candidates.

Assistance may be available to the successful candidate to enable them to buy a shared ownership home under the key worker housing scheme.

We are an Equal Opportunities employer.  Haileybury Turnford is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All appointments are subject to employments checks and a satisfactory enhanced DBS check. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974; the successful applicant will be expected to undertake a satisfactory disclosure.


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