Head of Girls' PE and Games/Assistant Director of Sport - Coventry - September
Paid - To scale plus C3 (£4,484 per annum)
A leading Independent School are seeking to appoint a full time permanent Head of Girls' PE and Games/Assistant Director of Sport with responsibility for Girls' PE and Games. The successful candidate will be line managed and led by the Director of Sport, and responsible for leading the girls' games and PE department ensuring that the department runs smoothly on a day-to-day basis, teaching and learning within the department is of a high standard and that all school policy and practice, with particular regard to health and safety, is followed.
You will be responsible for individually and team-teaching PE and games to a variety of classes from Year 7 - 13 as well as arranging, supporting and attending the fixture list and cocurricular programmes.
For a full description please contact the Birmingham office.
If interested the School requires a completed application form no later than Monday 16th May. The school are particularly interested in candidates that have a sport specialism in hockey and/or netball, however this is not essential.
This Independent Co-Educational Day School in Coventry caters for children aged 3 to 18 years old. The history of academic prowess, sporting spirit and musical passion is the foundation on which this school stands. This solid foundation, excellent teaching and extensive co-curricular opportunities means there is no limit to what pupils can achieve. This school is a community of learners, who will become the leaders of the future. They nurture the curiosity of their youngest pupils and encourage a love of learning as they progress through their educational journey with them.
What you need to do now:
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You will need to complete an application form for this role, this will be sent to you via email after the initial telephone call with the consultant.
If this position isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new job in education, please still contact your local Birmingham office for a confidential discussion on your career and different opportunities that are available