Job Vacancies


Required for September 2017

This is an exciting opportunity for a well-qualified and committed Head of Computer Science to lead the teaching of the subject through Key Stages 3-5 in this ambitious and thriving independent school.

The successful candidate will play the lead role in academic Computer Science with oversight of teaching and learning, curriculum development, budget and departmental strategy.

The department currently teaches the AQA specification at GCSE and at A Level. GCSE pupils learn basic programming with Python and complete a programming project in their final year of GCSE. At A Level, programming is taught using Java with Netbeans IDE, with GUI Interface used for A Level project work.

The school has two well-equipped, specialist IT suites which provide a quiet, productive environment for teaching.

The further particulars and application form are below or please contact the Head’s Personal Assistant, Liz Ottaway, by email to

Closing date: 4.00pm Friday 2nd June 2017



Required September 2017

40 hours per week (term time + 3 weeks)

The successful candidate will work to maintain and develop a first-class technical support service.   Previous experience in either a similar role or in a laboratory environment is important.

Application form and further details are available here or by email:

Closing date: Friday 2nd June 2017



Required September 2017

We are seeking an enthusiastic recent graduate for this temporary, one year position working in School House, our boarding house for the pupils aged 11-14, and assisting teaching in the Junior School (Years 3-8).

You can find further particulars of the post and application form below or contact the Junior School Head’s Secretary, Mrs Y. King, email:, Tel: 01227 475600

Closing date: Friday 9th June 2017



Required for immediate start

24 hours per week over 4 / 5 days term time

(plus 2 days at the beginning and end of each term)

You can find further particulars of the post and application form below or by email:

Closing date: Tuesday 30th May 2017

St Edmund’s School Canterbury is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and is an equal opportunities employer. The successful candidate will undergo child protection screening.