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Greensteds School is situated 140 km north of Nairobi, in the heart of Kenya’s Rift Valley and within ten minutes’ drive of Lake Nakuru National Park.


The School is set in a rural secluded, 50-acre site and is one of the leading International boarding schools in Kenya serving internationally minded parents all over the world.
Job: Head of Science
Person Specification
  • The successful candidate will be able to teach at least one Science subject across the whole Senior
    School (Year 7-13), including IGCSE and A-Level.
  • The department consists of 3 full-time specialist teachers and 2 qualified lab technicians
    We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range.
  • Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.
  • The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to coach team sports and/or take an active part in the wider co-curricular
    programme
  • The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Faculty.
Roles
  • Be punctual for school and lessons
  • Attend all assemblies and register students when required
  • Plan schemes of work, prepare lessons, set homework and mark work done by the students
  • Integrate technology within lessons to enhance instructional delivery.
  • Set examinations, provide assessments and tests as necessary, write reports and monitor the progress of the students
  • Record weekly the marks, grades achieved by the students
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service training out of working hours
  • Communicate regularly with parents through e-mail, telephone and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintain professional competence in instructional techniques and in specialized teaching
    through in-service education activities and self-selected professional growth activities.
  • Supervise students
  • Accept a reasonable number of school duties outside normal teaching hours
  • Participate fully in the School’s programme of extra-curricular activities
  • Take an interest in and be involved with the pastoral welfare of children and bring to the notice of the Senior Management Team, children with particular difficulties
  • Plan ahead the needs of his/her teaching subject or subjects; provide the school bursar with lists of books and equipment and their costs and produce invoices for goods purchased
  • Supervise discipline and standards of behaviour and dress code within School by maintaining a high standard and setting a personal example in all these matters
  • Assist as necessary with entrance examinations, yearly examinations and external examinations held in the school
  • Hand over all books, keys and records as and when required by the School
  • Undertake a mentoring or training role in the supporting of other teachers

Qualifications
  • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (BSc./B.Ed.) or related field and a teaching qualification. Relevant Master’s Degree will be an added advantage
  • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
  • High level of creativity and experience in heading a department/faculty in a BNC school
  • Have or apply for an ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
  • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding
    school.How to Apply
Dateline is 29th Jan 2020

Job: Teacher of Drama and English
Person Specification
  • The opportunity has arisen to appoint an outstanding and inspirational practitioner who has the drive and ability to inspire our students to their best, leading Drama across the School.
  • The Drama department boasts an impressive track record at both GCSE and A-Level.
  • The department has a strong influence throughout the School and, whilst focused on the Senior School, the successful candidate will be expected to foster close ties with the Junior School, English department and the extracurricular programme.
  • The willingness, experience and ability to lead the production of Whole School theatre is a must.
  • We are looking for a forward-thinking teacher who is able to contribute to this thriving department.
  • A successful track record in teaching English as a second language (ESL) would also be advantageous, as would experience and success in teaching English language and literature in Key Stage 3.
  • We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range.
  • Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities
    is essential.
  • The post holder will be accountable to the Head of English and Deputy Head- Academic.
Qualifications
  • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in Education (B.Ed.) preferably in English and Literature or in Drama or related field and a teaching qualification. Relevant Master’s Degree will be an added advantage
  • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
  • High level of creativity and experience in heading a department/faculty in a BNC school
  • Have or apply for an ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
  • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding
    school.
How to Apply
Dateline is 29th January 2020

Job: Teacher of Humanities
Person Specification
  • The successful candidate will be able to teach Geography across the whole Senior School (Year 7-13),
    including IGCSE and A Level.
  • We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range.
  • Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.
  • The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to coach team sports and/or take an active part in the wider co-curricular
    programme.
  • The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Geography.
The Teacher is Expected to
  • Be punctual for school and lessons
  • Attend all assemblies and register students when required
  • Plan schemes of work, prepare lessons, set homework and mark work done by the students
  • Integrate technology within lessons to enhance instructional delivery.
  • Set examinations, provide assessments and tests as necessary, write reports and monitor the progress of the students
  • Record weekly the marks, grades achieved by the students
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service training out of working hours
  • Communicate regularly with parents through e-mail, telephone and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintain professional competence in instructional techniques and in specialized teaching through inservice education activities and self-selected professional growth activities.
  • Supervise students
  • Accept a reasonable number of school duties outside normal teaching hours
  • Participate fully in the School’s programme of extra-curricular activities
  • Take an interest in and be involved with the pastoral welfare of children and bring to the notice of the Senior Management Team, children with particular difficulties
  • Plan ahead the needs of his/her teaching subject or subjects; provide the school bursar with lists of
    books and equipment and their costs and produce invoices for goods purchased
  • Supervise discipline and standards of behaviour and dress code within School by maintaining a high
    standard and setting a personal example in all these matters
  • Assist as necessary with entrance examinations, yearly examinations and external examinations held in
    school
  • Hand over all books, keys and records as and when required by the School
  • Undertake a mentoring or training role in the supporting of other teachers
Qualifications
  • At least a B.Ed./B.Sc in Geography and a teaching qualification.
  • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
  • Experience in teaching Geography up to A-Level is desired
  • Ability and experience in teaching a BTEC and/or PSHE courses will be highly advantageous
  • Ability and experience of leading a department and preparing A-Level students for exams
  • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
  • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding
    school.How to Apply
Dateline is 29th January 2020

Job: PE Teacher
Person Specification
  • The post holder will be accountable to the Director of PE.
The Teacher is Expected to
  • Be punctual for school and lessons
  • Attend all assemblies and register students when required
  • Plan schemes of work, prepare lessons, set homework and mark work done by the students
  • Integrate technology within lessons to enhance instructional delivery.
  • Set examinations, provide assessments and tests as necessary, write reports and monitor the
    progress of the students
  • Record weekly the marks, grades achieved by the students
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service training out of working hours
  • Communicate regularly with parents through e-mail, telephone and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintain professional competence in instructional techniques and in specialized teaching
    through in-service education activities and self-selected professional growth activities.
  • Supervise students
  • Accept a reasonable number of school duties outside normal teaching hours
  • Participate fully in the School’s programme of extra-curricular activities
  • Take an interest in and be involved with the pastoral welfare of children and bring to the
    notice of the Senior Management Team, children with particular difficulties
  • Plan ahead the needs of his/her teaching subject or subjects; provide the school bursar with lists of books and equipment and their costs and produce invoices for goods purchased
  • Supervise discipline and standards of behaviour and dress code within School by maintaining a
    high standard and setting a personal example in all these matters
  • Assist as necessary with entrance examinations, yearly examinations and external examinations held in school
  • Hand over all books, keys and records as and when required by the School
  • Undertake a mentoring or training role in the supporting of other teachers
How to Apply
Dateline is 29th January 2020

Job: Senior School Teachers of Science
Person Specification:
  • We are looking for 3 Teachers of Science.
  • Successful candidates will be specialized in teaching at least one Science across the whole Senior School (Year 7-13), including IGCSE and A Level.
  • The ability to offer teach another Science subject will be an added advantage.
  • The department consists of 3 full time specialist teachers and 2 qualified lab technicians
  • We are a non-selective school with a relatively wide ability range.
  • Being able to inspire pupils of all abilities is essential.
  • The willingness to take a full and active part in all aspects of a thriving and progressive school is vital, including the ability to coach team sports and/or take an active part in the wider co-curricular
    programme.
  • The post holder will be accountable to the Head of Science.
The Teacher is Expected to
  • Be punctual for school and lessons
  • Attend all assemblies and register students when required
  • Plan schemes of work, prepare lessons, set homework and mark work done by the students
  • Integrate technology within lessons to enhance instructional delivery.
  • Set examinations, provide assessments and tests as necessary, write reports and monitor the progress of the students
  • Record weekly the marks, grades achieved by the students
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service training out of working hours
  • Communicate regularly with parents through e-mail, telephone and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintain professional competence in instructional techniques and in specialized teaching
    through in-service education activities and self-selected professional growth activities.
  • Supervise students
  • Accept a reasonable number of school duties outside normal teaching hours
  • Participate fully in the School’s programme of extra-curricular activities
  • Take an interest in and be involved with the pastoral welfare of children and bring to the
    notice of the Senior Management Team, children with particular difficulties
  • Plan ahead the needs of his/her teaching subject or subjects; provide the school bursar with lists of books and equipment and their costs and produce invoices for goods purchased
  • Supervise discipline and standards of behaviour and dress code within School by maintaining a high standard and setting a personal example in all these matters
  • Assist as necessary with entrance examinations, yearly examinations and external examinations held in school
  • Hand over all books, keys and records as and when required by the School
  • Undertake a mentoring or training role in the supporting of other teachers
Applicants Should Have
  • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (BSc./B.Ed. Physics) or related field and a teaching
    qualification.
  • Experience in teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales up to A-Level.
  • Creative teacher with the ability to take leadership responsibilities
  • The ability to teach another Science Subject will be highly advantageous
  • Ability to teach Psychology will be an added advantage.
  • Have or apply for a ICPC or Good Conduct Certificate
  • Willingness to contribute fully to the boarding and extracurricular life of a busy, full boarding
    school.
How to Apply
Dateline 29th January 2020
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