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Profesor/a de Secundaria Geografía e Historia ESO

REF:1814848
The school is seeking to appoint a part time Spanish History and Geography teacher (Profesor/a de Secundaria Geografía e Historia ESO) to join our Senior School department for September 2023.
Job category/type: Teaching Staff
Application closing date: 31/03/2023

Runnymede College is a private non-denominational British school in Madrid offering a British education to boys and girls of all nationalities from the age of two to eighteen. The education offered follows the British National Curriculum.

Founded as a private school in September 1967, the primary school was inaugurated in Founded as a private school in September 1967, the primary school was inaugurated in 1987, and since 1990, the whole School has been located in La Moraleja, in the north of Madrid. The School is currently being restructured and from September 2023 will be divided into Nursery School, Pre-Prep, Prep (Years 4 to7) and Senior School (Years 8 to 13). The new structure has meant creating additional posts of responsibility and numerous opportunities for professional development and promotion have arisen.

Academic levels are high at Runnymede College. In June 2022, 67% of our students achieved A-A* at A level, with 98% of grades being A*-C. This is particularly impressive when compared with the 58% of A*-A grades achieved at independent (private) schools in England this year. In addition, 74% of our pupils gained A*-A grades at IGCSE. Once again, this is a truly excellent achievement when compared with the 53% of A*- A grades at GCSE obtained in the English independent (private) school sector.

In the graduating class of 2022, one student will be studying Maths at Oxford; another will begin her course in Architecture at Cambridge. Other top-ranking UK universities welcoming this year’s graduates include St Andrews, Imperial, UCL, Edinburgh and Bath. The United States has attracted more pupils than ever, with pupils starting their higher education at Columbia, Stanford, UPenn, Johns Hopkins and Duke, amongst other excellent colleges.

In Spain, IE and Navarra are both popular with this year’s leavers, and it is pleasing to see many of our newest Old Runnymedians attend universities in other EU countries like the Netherlands (Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Twente), France, Ireland (Trinity College Dublin) and Italy (Bocconi).

The school is seeking to appoint a part time Spanish History and Geography teacher (Profesor/a de Secundaria Geografía e Historia ESO) to join our Senior School department for September 2023.

Join a rewarding and exciting learning environment, both within and beyond the classroom. Runnymede College is looking for a well-qualified, enthusiastic and experienced graduate to teach the subject throughout the school (Years 8-11 – E.S.O.)

We are seeking to appoint a Spanish Geography and History specialist who is committed to achieving the very best for pupils at all levels. The successful candidate will have strong subject knowledge and good classroom skills with a desire to engage and motivate pupils using effective methods of teaching, embracing the use of interactive teaching methods and ICT.

This is a part time contract (0.75), working Monday to Friday, 24 lessons x 40 minutes.

The successful applicant should have:

  • a good honours degree from a Spanish University
  • “Master de Educación” – Spanish teaching certificate for secondary education
  • recent experience as a Geography and History teacher following the Spanish curriculum
  • excellent subject knowledge
  • excellent teamwork skills and be willing to collaborate on planning and resourcing
  • the ability to modify learning strategies to target the needs of individual students
  • high expectations of pupils’ effort and behaviour, and facilitate this with proven classroom management skills
  • be organised and able to prioritise to meet deadlines
  • be motivated and use initiative to contribute to success of the department
  • good English level
  • possess valid references
  • have a good working knowledge of ICT systems and the application of ICT in the classroom (Google Classroom & Zoom) and be prepared to use iPads as a learning tool

Please complete the TES online application form and attach a copy of your CV and cover letter, along with names, (including telephone numbers) and email addresses of two referees.

Final date for applications – Friday 31st March 2023

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Interviews will be held face-to-face at Runnymede College in Madrid. The School reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date if a suitable candidate is found. If you have not heard from us within six weeks of submitting your application, please assume you were unsuccessful this time.

We are an equal opportunities employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Hiring decisions are based on skills, experience and attributes required for the role. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Runnymede is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including check with past employers and ACRO Criminal records Office.

Pre-Prep – Head of Drama

REF:1812184
The school is seeking to appoint a Prep School Head of Drama for September 2023.
Job category/type: Head of Academic Drama
Application closing date: 31/03/2023

Runnymede College is a private non-denominational British school in Madrid offering a British education to boys and girls of all nationalities from the age of two to eighteen. The education offered follows the British National Curriculum.

Founded as a private school in September 1967, the primary school was inaugurated in 1987, and since 1990, the whole School has been located in La Moraleja, in the north of Madrid. The School is currently being restructured and from September 2023 will be divided into Nursery School, Pre-Prep, Prep (Years 4 to 7) and Senior School (Years 8 to 13). The new structure has meant creating additional posts of responsibility and numerous opportunities for professional development and promotion have arisen.

The school is seeking to appoint a Prep School Head of Drama for September 2023.

1. Purpose of the role:

The Prep School Head of Drama will be responsible for leading a vibrant and dynamic Drama curriculum within the Prep School, working to ensure the highest standards of teaching, learning and academic attainment. They will work closely with the Academic Deputy Head, Senior Drama Head of Department and Drama teachers in the Prep and Pre-Prep School. They will facilitate the transition to the school’s new structure and ensure effective development and delivery of the Drama academic curriculum.

2. Main responsibilities:

i.) Strategic direction • Be responsible for the yearly overview of Drama from years 1-8 and ensure it is taught to a high standard by staff. • Advise the Deputy Head on the school’s future strategy for Drama provisions to ensure the curriculum combines the best of tradition and innovative methods. • To support the Headmaster and Deputy Head of Academic in Drama teacher recruitment for both academic and co-curricula roles. • To liaise with the leaders of Drama in the Senior School facilitate the transition of Year 7 & 8 into the Prep School, and to continue the collaboration to ensure Drama skills are developed effectively throughout the whole school. • To work with form teachers to ensure cross-curricular links are being made using Drama. • To collaborate with any colleagues in ensuring progression and continuity across year groups. • To write an action plan as part of the School Development Plan and evaluate the effectiveness of the plan on a termly basis

ii). Leadership & Management • To lead and co-ordinate the Drama department in a professional, positive and pro-active manner and to encourage cooperation between them • To work with the Deputy Head (Timetable) to plan faculty staffing allocations, timetables and rooming • To make appropriate arrangements for classes when staff are absent, liaising with relevant staff to secure appropriate cover • To assist with the induction of new staff in the faculty • To participate in Head of Department meetings • To be involved in teaching and learning observations with other members of staff to raise pupils’ standards of achievement and to evaluate practice • To assist Senior members of staff in the monitoring and evaluation of the quality of teaching and learning within Drama throughout the school through teaching and learning observations, team teaching and work scrutiny • To advise and inform NQTs and other news staff about the subject policy and practice in the school • To lead staff development sessions for teaching and support staff as agreed with the Headteacher

iii.) Curriculum development • Oversee the Drama department in the preparation and development of their courses of study, teaching materials, schemes of work, methods of teaching and assessment. • To take responsibility for Years 1-7 Drama curricula (and Year 8’s in 2024). • Ensure that schemes of work in Drama are inspiring, challenging, effective and reflect continuity across all Key Stages • Ensure good practice is shared throughout the school • To provide an example of ‘excellence’ as a leading classroom practitioner, inspiring and motivating other staff • To observe and review the quality of teaching in the faculty • To encourage the development of co-curricula activities and trips/visits which support the learning and experience of students at Runnymede • To provide and support the development of up to date learning resources for students and staff • To account to the Deputy Head Academic and Headmaster for the efficiency and effectiveness of their subject area within the school

iv). Tracking & Monitoring • To work with Form Teachers, Heads of Year, Drama teachers & SENCOs to implement appropriate intervention strategies to support pupil progress • Ensure that within the faculty, individual pupil progress is regularly assessed, recorded and reported and used to inform future teaching • To oversee behaviour management within the faculty and support in ensuring a safe, secure and structured learning environment • To interrogate termly data, identify areas of poor performance and take effective action to remedy such • To be accountable for securing the highest standards of pupil achievement across the curriculum through effective monitoring and evaluating • To oversee behaviour management within the faculty and support staff in ensuring a safe, secure and structured learning environment • To monitor and co-ordinate the availability of courses and resources for pupils of all abilities within the school

iv). Reporting and communication: • To write termly academic reports and attend parents’ meetings • Ensure standards of reporting and communication with parents are maintained • To support faculty staff in dealing with parents • To oversee the presentation of information to parents about Drama

iv). Co-curricular responsibilities • Running of drama clubs throughout the Prep School, preparing pupils for performances and managing their attendance, behaviour and presentation • Administrating, organising and leading a selection of student performances including liaison with outside agencies and colleagues where necessary • Leasing with the Senior Leadership Team to produce particular performances throughout the year • To contribute towards the extra-curricular programme at Runnymede by running lunch time and after school clubs each term.

The successful applicant will have:

  • a good honours degree from a British University
  • a PGCE or equivalent teaching certificate
  • recent experience as a teacher in a school in the UK

Please complete the TES online application form and attach a copy of your CV and cover letter, along with names, (including telephone numbers) and email addresses of two referees.

Final date for applications- Friday 31st March 2023

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and first round interviews will take place via Zoom on a rolling basis. The final round interview will be held face-to-face at Runnymede College in Madrid. The School reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date if a suitable candidate is found. If you have not heard from us within six weeks of submitting your application, please assume you were unsuccessful this time.

We are an equal opportunities employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Hiring decisions are based on skills, experience and attributes required for the role. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Runnymede is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including check with past employers and the ACRO Criminal Records Office.

Exam Invigilator

REF:1805015
The school is looking to recruit an assistant invigilator with a native level of English. The chosen candidate will work alongside our Exams Officer to ensure the smooth running of external exams: IGCSEs, A Levels and SATs.
Job category/type: Exam Invigilator
Application closing date: 31/03/2023

Runnymede College is a private non-denominational British school in Madrid offering a British education to boys and girls of all nationalities from the age of two to eighteen. The education offered follows the British National Curriculum.

Founded as a private school in September 1967, the primary school was inaugurated in 1987, and since 1990, the whole School has been located in La Moraleja, in the north of Madrid. The School is currently being restructured and from September 2023 will be divided into Nursery School, Pre-Prep, Prep (Years 4 to7) and Senior School (Years 8 to 13). The new structure has meant creating additional posts of responsibility and numerous opportunities for professional development and promotion have arisen.

Academic levels are high at Runnymede College. In June 2022, 67% of our students achieved A-A* at A level, with 98% of grades being A*-C. This is particularly impressive when compared with the 58% of A*-A grades achieved at independent (private) schools in England this year. In addition, 74% of our pupils gained A*-A grades at IGCSE. Once again, this is a truly excellent achievement when compared with the 53% of A*- A grades at GCSE obtained in the English independent (private) school sector.

In the graduating class of 2022, one student will be studying Maths at Oxford; another will begin her course in Architecture at Cambridge. Other top-ranking UK universities welcoming this year’s graduates include St Andrews, Imperial, UCL, Edinburgh and Bath. The United States has attracted more pupils than ever, with pupils starting their higher education at Columbia, Stanford, UPenn, Johns Hopkins and Duke, amongst other excellent colleges.

In Spain, IE and Navarra are both popular with this year’s leavers, and it is pleasing to see many of our newest Old Runnymedians attend universities in other EU countries like the Netherlands (Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Twente), France, Ireland (Trinity College Dublin) and Italy (Bocconi).

The school is looking to recruit an assistant invigilator with a native level of English. The chosen candidate will work alongside our Exams Officer to ensure the smooth running of external exams: IGCSEs, A Levels and SATs.

Contract: temporary, on an ad hoc basis; 6th May and 3rd June 2023 from 7am to 2pm for SATs and from 28th April to 23rd June for IGCSE and A Level. Hours are flexible (as they depend on the exam timetable) but always fall on weekdays between 9am and 4:30pm for the May and June exams.

Responsibilities for IGCSEs and A Levels:

  • Following seating requirements according to the seating plan when directing students to seats in the testing room.
  • Ensuring all relevant information is displayed and visible to candidates.
  • Issuing exam papers to candidates and collecting papers at the end.
  • Responding to queries during the exam.
  • Looking out for malpractice during the exam and reporting any irregularities to the Exams Officer.
  • Assisting in the management of emergencies such as candidate illness during an exam, fire alarms, heating/lighting issues, etc.
  • Accounting for used and unused test materials throughout the administration.
  • On occasion, acting as lead invigilator when the Exams Officer is running an exam in a different room.
  • When acting as lead invigilator, reading all instructions to students verbatim from the appropriate testing room manual.

Responsibilities for SATs:

  • Verifying the identity of candidates against their ID and admission ticket.
  • Assisting candidates in finding their assigned seat.
  • Reading all instructions to students verbatim from the appropriate testing room manual.
  • Completing the seating chart once testing has begun.
  • Monitoring students during the entire testing session, including during breaks.
  • Immediately reporting any irregularities to the coordinator and submitting an IR (Irregularity Report).
  • Before dismissing students, carefully checking the identifying information provided on each collected answer sheet against the student’s admission ticket.

The successful candidate:

  • Is a native-level English speaker or entirely bilingual
  • Has previous experience in invigilating official examinations
  • Is extremely personable and well presented
  • Thrives in a busy environment and enjoys working with young people

Our chosen invigilator will have the ability to handle groups of students effectively and in a friendly manner. Exams create much anxiety, so we’re looking for someone who can treat our students’ concerns with empathy and kindness.

Please complete the TES online application form and attach a copy of your CV and cover letter, along with names, (including telephone numbers) and email addresses of two referees.

Final date for applications – Friday 31st March 2023

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and first round interviews will take place via Zoom on a rolling basis. The final round interview will be held face-to-face at Runnymede College in Madrid. The School reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date if a suitable candidate is found. If you have not heard from us within six weeks of submitting your application, please assume you were unsuccessful this time.

We are an equal opportunities employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Hiring decisions are based on skills, experience and attributes required for the role. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Runnymede is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including check with past employers and ACRO Criminal records Office.

Deputy Head (Academic) for Senior School

REF:1810987
The school is seeking to appoint a Deputy Head (Academic) for Senior School (Years 9 to 13) for September 2023
Job category/type: Deputy Head for Senior School
Application closing date: 31/03/2023

Runnymede College is a private non-denominational British school in Madrid offering a British education to boys and girls of all nationalities from the age of two to eighteen. The education offered follows the British National Curriculum.

Founded as a private school in September 1967, the primary school was inaugurated in 1987, and since 1990, the whole School has been located in La Moraleja, in the north of Madrid. The School is currently being restructured and from September 2023 will be divided into Nursery School, Pre-Prep, Prep (Years 4 to7) and Senior School (Years 8 to 13). The new structure has meant creating additional posts of responsibility and numerous opportunities for professional development and promotion have arisen.

Academic levels are high at Runnymede College. In June 2022, 67% of our students achieved A-A* at A level, with 98% of grades being A*-C. This is particularly impressive when compared with the 58% of A*-A grades achieved at independent (private) schools in England this year. In addition, 74% of our pupils gained A*-A grades at IGCSE. Once again, this is a truly excellent achievement when compared with the 53% of A*- A grades at GCSE obtained in the English independent (private) school sector.

In the graduating class of 2022, one student will be studying Maths at Oxford; another will begin her course in Architecture at Cambridge. Other top-ranking UK universities welcoming this year’s graduates include St Andrews, Imperial, UCL, Edinburgh and Bath. The United States has attracted more pupils than ever, with pupils starting their higher education at Columbia, Stanford, UPenn, Johns Hopkins and Duke, amongst other excellent colleges.

In Spain, IE and Navarra are both popular with this year’s leavers, and it is pleasing to see many of our newest Old Runnymedians attend universities in other EU countries like the Netherlands (Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Twente), France, Ireland (Trinity College Dublin) and Italy (Bocconi).

The school is seeking to appoint a Deputy Head (Academic) for Senior School (Years 9 to 13) for September 2023.

The post will also involve teaching to A Level, with History, Biology or Chemistry specialisms an advantage.

The DHA will be expected to:

  • Oversee the academic tracking, monitoring and support of Senior pupils
  • Line Manage Senior School HoDs and SENCOs
  • Line Manage Staff Development and oversee professional induction, development and review
  • Line Manage the Exams Officer
  • Keep abreast of educational developments in UK and current research, trends and issues relevant to the academic life of the Senior School
  • Ensure the school is prepared for inspection / To lead on the academic areas of inspection preparation

The above list is not fully comprehensive; the DHA may be asked to perform additional tasks related to the academic oversight of the Senior School.

The DHA will report to the Headmaster, Assistant Headmistress and Senior Deputy Head.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Recent experience in a UK school and familiarity with the independent sector
  • Outstanding academic credentials
  • Outstanding teaching record
  • Experience of curriculum and staff management
  • A sense of humour

Please complete the TES online application form and attach a copy of your CV and cover letter, along with names, (including telephone numbers) and email addresses of two referees.

Final date for applications – Friday 31st March 2023

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and first round interviews will take place via Zoom on a rolling basis. The final round interview will be held face-to-face at Runnymede College in Madrid. The School reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date if a suitable candidate is found. If you have not heard from us within six weeks of submitting your application, please assume you were unsuccessful this time.

We are an equal opportunities employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Hiring decisions are based on skills, experience and attributes required for the role. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Runnymede is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including check with past employers and ACRO Criminal records Office.

Head of History

REF:1810916
The school is seeking to appoint an outstanding Head of History teacher to join our Senior School department for September 2023.
Job category/type: Head of History
Application closing date: 31/03/2023

Runnymede College is a private non-denominational British school in Madrid offering a British education to boys and girls of all nationalities from the age of two to eighteen. The education offered follows the British National Curriculum.

Founded as a private school in September 1967, the primary school was inaugurated in 1987, and since 1990, the whole School has been located in La Moraleja, in the north of Madrid. The School is currently being restructured and from September 2023 will be divided into Nursery School, Pre-Prep, Prep (Years 4 to7) and Senior School (Years 8 to 13). The new structure has meant creating additional posts of responsibility and numerous opportunities for professional development and promotion have arisen.

Academic levels are high at Runnymede College. In June 2022, 67% of our students achieved A-A* at A level, with 98% of grades being A*-C. This is particularly impressive when compared with the 58% of A*-A grades achieved at independent (private) schools in England this year. In addition, 74% of our pupils gained A*-A grades at IGCSE. Once again, this is a truly excellent achievement when compared with the 53% of A*- A grades at GCSE obtained in the English independent (private) school sector.

In the graduating class of 2022, one student will be studying Maths at Oxford; another will begin her course in Architecture at Cambridge. Other top-ranking UK universities welcoming this year’s graduates include St Andrews, Imperial, UCL, Edinburgh and Bath. The United States has attracted more pupils than ever, with pupils starting their higher education at Columbia, Stanford, UPenn, Johns Hopkins and Duke, amongst other excellent colleges.

In Spain, IE and Navarra are both popular with this year’s leavers, and it is pleasing to see many of our newest Old Runnymedians attend universities in other EU countries like the Netherlands (Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Twente), France, Ireland (Trinity College Dublin) and Italy (Bocconi).

The school is seeking to appoint an outstanding Head of History teacher to join our Senior School department for September 2023.

Join a rewarding and exciting learning environment, both within and beyond the classroom. Runnymede College has a very successful and welcoming History department which is looking for a well-qualified, enthusiastic and experienced graduate to teach the subject throughout the school (Years 7-13 or Years 7-11 depending on the strengths of the candidate).

We are seeking to appoint a History specialist who is committed to achieving the very best for pupils at all levels. The successful candidate will have strong subject knowledge and good classroom skills with a desire to engage and motivate pupils using effective methods of teaching, embracing the use of interactive teaching methods and ICT.

Departmental results are excellent with 78% of students gaining A*-A at IGCSE and 75% A*-A at A level in June 2022. Pupils have gained awards for the highest marks in Spain, Europe and World at IGCSE and A level in recent years.

At Key Stage 3 pupils study units on History skills, the Middle Ages, the Making of the UK, the French Revolution, African civilisations and Slavery, the Industrial Revolution and the First World War. All our pupils then go on to study for the Cambridge (CIE) IGCSE in History following the 20th century option with depth studies on either the USA or Germany. A level History is a popular option at the school and we follow the Pearson/Edexcel A Level History course with units on Russia 1917-1991, Mao’s China, Protest, Agitation and Parliamentary Reform 1780-1928 and coursework on the Origins of the Cold War.

Head of Year opportunities are available for suitably experienced and motivated candidates. Those interested in being considered for these exciting pastoral leadership opportunities should include this in their letters of application.

The successful applicant should have:

  • a good honours degree from a British University
  • a PGCE or equivalent teaching qualification to teach History in Secondary School
  • recent experience as a History teacher in a school in the UK and/or at and international school following the British curriculum
  • excellent subject knowledge
  • excellent teamwork skills and be willing to collaborate on planning and resourcing
  • the ability to modify learning strategies to target the needs of individual students
  • high expectations of pupils’ effort and behaviour, and facilitate this with proven classroom management skills
  • be organised and able to prioritise to meet deadlines
  • be motivated and use initiative to contribute to success of the department
  • be a native level English speaker
  • possess valid references, and have an up to date ICPC/CRB/DBS check
  • have a good working knowledge of ICT systems and the application of ICT in the classroom (Google Classroom & Zoom) and be prepared to use iPads as a learning tool

Please complete the TES online application form and attach a copy of your CV and cover letter, along with names, (including telephone numbers) and email addresses of two referees.

Final date for applications – Friday 31st March 2023

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and first round interviews will take place via Zoom on a rolling basis. The final round interview will be held face-to-face at Runnymede College in Madrid. The School reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date if a suitable candidate is found. If you have not heard from us within six weeks of submitting your application, please assume you were unsuccessful this time.

We are an equal opportunities employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Hiring decisions are based on skills, experience and attributes required for the role. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Runnymede is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including check with past employers and ACRO Criminal records Office.

EYFS/Key Stage 1 teacher for Pre Prep School

REF:1807084
The school is looking to recruit an outstanding EYFS/Key Stage 1 teacher to join our Pre Prep School for September 2023.
Job category/type: Teaching Staff
Application closing date: 31/03/2023

Runnymede College is a private non-denominational British school in Madrid offering a British education to boys and girls of all nationalities from the age of two to eighteen. The education offered follows the British National Curriculum.

Founded as a private school in September 1967, the primary school was inaugurated in 1987, and since 1990, the whole School has been located in La Moraleja, in the north of Madrid. The School is currently being restructured and from September 2023 will be divided into Nursery School, Pre-Prep, Prep (Years 4 to7) and Senior School (Years 8 to 13). The new structure has meant creating additional posts of responsibility and numerous opportunities for professional development and promotion have arisen. 

The school is looking to recruit an outstanding EYFS/Key Stage 1 teacher to join our Pre Prep School for September 2023.

They should be enthusiastic and have high expectations of all pupils. They would be joining a committed team of teachers with high standards who want to continue to develop the quality of learning and teaching. Our children are bilingual, positive and eager to learn.

Successful candidates should:

  • be highly motivated
  • have a passion for education
  • be an excellent classroom practitioner
  • have experience of teaching the EYFS/KS1 curriculum
  • have the ability to modify learning strategies to target the needs of individual students
  • have high expectations of pupils’ effort and behaviour, and facilitate this with proven classroom management skills
  • be organised and able to prioritise to meet deadlines
  • develop and share schemes of work and resources
  • be motivated and use initiative to contribute to success of the department and school
  • have the ability to work positively and successfully within a team  or individually
  • to be confident in using technology effectively in teaching and learning

The successful applicant will have:

  • outstanding GCSE & A level results
  • a good honours degree from a British University (2:1 or better)
  • a PGCE or other qualified teacher status for Junior/Primary School
  • recent experience as a teacher at a school in the UK
  • previous experience in an international school – desired not essential
  • native level English speaker but no knowledge of Spanish is required

Please complete the TES online application form and attach a copy of your CV and cover letter, along with names, (including telephone numbers) and email addresses of two referees.

Final date for applications- Friday 31st March 2023

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and first round interviews will take place via Zoom on a rolling basis. The final round interview will be held face-to-face at Runnymede College in Madrid. The School reserves the right to make an appointment before the closing date if a suitable candidate is found. If you have not heard from us within six weeks of submitting your application, please assume you were unsuccessful this time.

We are an equal opportunities employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Hiring decisions are based on skills, experience and attributes required for the role. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Runnymede is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including check with past employers and ACRO Criminal Records Office.

Applications

Applications, including contact phone numbers and names and contact numbers of two referees, can also be sent to the Headmaster at:
employment@runnymede-college.com

Or via traditional mail to:
The Headmaster
Runnymede College
Calle Salvia 30
La Moraleja
28109 Alcobendas
Madrid
Spain

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