Working in education in the heart of the capital City

The School regularly offers positions for teachers to provide inspiration to our pupils, and support staff to contribute to the dynamic and energetic ethos that we are so proud of.  

Working in Central London is exciting and offers opportunities in our close vicinity that are enviable. Working at the School brings the benefits offered to employees of the City of London Corporation as well as being perfectly located to be able to explore all that London has to offer.

The variety of transport links close by offer straightforward commuting options to bring our staff to our prized position on the banks of the River Thames.  

Our staff are welcoming, unpretentious and highly professional. 

  • The wellbeing of our staff members important to us. To find out all that our school community can offer to support you, click here.
  • If you have any questions or need any assistance with an application, please email our Human Resources Officer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.and include the advert reference in the subject line
  • City of London School 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 checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service
  • City of London Corporation is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community

 

Pastoral and Wellbeing Advisor

We are seeking to appoint a qualified term-time Pastoral and Well-Being Advisor to join our support staff team.

Key responsibilities will include working with CLS staff and parents/carers in identifying pupils who present with issues related to mental health and well-being. Managing cases on a day-to-day basis, providing interventions with individual pupils to improve mental health, and/or support effective attendance, punctuality or concentration in the classroom. Referring pupils to and liaising with external agencies as appropriate in order to access external support, write confidential reports and support plans and attend case meetings, and providing professional support and advice to the pastoral team at the School and contributing to the development of a strategic approach to the management of mental health and well-being provision at the School.

The successful candidate will be a qualified social worker, trained and experienced in dealing with children’s mental health issues. The candidate will work closely with the pastoral team, which includes the Deputy Head Pastoral, Heads of Year, School Nurse and School Counsellors. The School will cover the costs of supervision for the successful candidate.

Closing date: Friday 5 August

To apply download the application form and send to recruitment@cityoflondonschool.org.uk

 

 

Application Form

Job Description

Music Graduate Assistant

City of London School is seeking to appoint a recent Music Graduate on a one-year contract, to fulfil a range of responsibilities, including a significant contribution to supporting the logistical and practical organisation of the Music Department. This will involve assisting the Music Department Administrator on a daily basis, and one morning per week to prepare resources for HM Chapel Royal, St James’ Palace.

The post offers an opportunity to gain extensive and worthwhile working experience in a large independent school. The post will be particularly attractive to a graduate thinking of a career in education. The work will be varied, and that variety would, to some extent, be determined by the personality, enthusiasm and skills of the individual appointed.

The position is for 35 hours per week, 36 weeks per year

Closing date: Friday 12 August

To apply download the application form and send to recruitment@cityoflondonschool.org.uk

Application Form

Job Description

Philanthropy Manager

City of London School is seeking a Philanthropy Manager to support the work of the School’s Development and Alumni Relations team. The role of the Philanthropy Manager is to generate philanthropic income from individuals (primarily parents and alumni) in support of City of London School, and to work with existing supporters to encourage their continued, and increased, support through effective cultivation and stewardship.

Closing date: Friday 2 September

Interviews: Thursday 8 and Friday 9 September

To apply download the application form and send to recruitment@cityoflondonschool.org.uk

 

Application Form

Job Description

City of London Corporation

CLS is part of the City of London Corporation
learn more