The British School of Paris is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people - a police check will be required for all new recruits.
Please note that we only respond to applications for specific vacancies as advertised. For all our vacancies, applicants must hold an EU passport or valid French work permit.
We have the following job vacancies, please see below for details:
The Senior School has a temporary vacancy for a fully-qualified and experienced
Teacher of Art (to work full-time from 29th August 2013 for one academic year)
The British School of Paris follows the British National Curriculum and offers GCSE and A Level examination courses. All applicants must have recent experience of the UK curriculum and should expect to contribute fully to the wider life of the school. Applicants should hold an EU passport or already possess a French work permit. Please see the Job Description in the downloads section above.
Applications or enquiries to email@example.com (Fully completed application Form, CV and covering letter)
Closing Date: 23rd May 2013 (9am)
The Senior School is seeking to appoint a well qualified and highly motivated
Teacher of Mathematics (with the ability to contribute to PE) for 29th August 2013
The successful applicant will be expected to teach Mathematics throughout the 11-18 age and ability range within the very rich multi-lingual and multi-cultural student community of the Senior School, and to contribute to teaching within the PE department.
He/she will have sound experience of A Level Mathematics teaching and a willingness to be involved in extra-curricular and curricular PE. We currently follow AQA specifications for GCSE and A Level Mathematics. The Maths department offers extension possibilities through participation in the UK Maths Tournament and the ISMTF competitions.
The Mathematics department is housed in bright, airy classrooms with access to interactive whiteboards. The PE department uses facilities on site: a Sports Hall, climbing wall and fitness suite, and travels to local facilities for team sports.
The BSP is an iPad school and we are developing the use of this tool in all subjects to aid our pupils’ learning.
The PE and Games curriculum offers a wide range of activities such as football, hockey, rugby, netball, athletics, cricket and rounders along with basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, badminton, gymnastic, weight training and health-related fitness.
The successful applicant will also be expected to take an active role in extra-curricular sports practices and matches. The School is a member of the International Schools Sports Tournament (ISST) association and inter-school matches often require teams to travel abroad for fixtures at weekends as well as host players for home matches.
The BSP operates its own independent salary scale. The successful candidate will be placed on the BSP’s Main Scale according to their profile and level of teaching experience.
The British School of Paris is a fee paying non-selective school which follows the British National Curriculum and offers GCSE and A Level examination courses. All applicants must have recent experience of the UK curriculum and expect to contribute fully to the wider life of the school.
Deadline for applications: 16 May 2013 at 16h. (BSP application form, CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please refer to the Downloads section above for further details on the post and how to apply.
Interviews will be held at the BSP on 23rd May 2013.
Bilingual HR/Recruitment Assistant (English/French)
A part-time temporary role, to start as soon as possible, to support our HR Manager in the school’s recruitment process, particularly with pre-recruitment checks and the Central Register of Appointments, along with some personnel administration.
The ideal candidate will have native-speaker level English, excellent written French and fluent spoken French, confident IT skills (MS Office), and will be well-organised, loyal and discreet, with strong attention to detail and good interpersonal skills. Previous experience in an HR role, along with a good practical knowledge of French employment law, would be a strong advantage.
Working hours will be just under 19 hours a week, ideally half days Monday to Friday inclusive. Holiday allowance is 8 weeks per full year worked.
To apply please complete our Non-teaching application form from the Downloads section above and submit this, along with an up to date CV and covering letter to email@example.com before 21st May 2013 at 9am.
QUALIFED SUPPLY TEACHING (Senior and Junior Schools)
We are always interested to hear from locally-based fully qualified and experienced Primary or Secondary teachers who can make themselves available, often at short notice, for occasional short-term contracts to cover for absences.
To apply to join our supply list, please send your fully completed Teaching Application Form (see Download section above), CV and covering letter setting out your availability to firstname.lastname@example.org
If selected, you will be invited to interview and would then undergo our pre-recruitment checks including all relevant police checks.
Our requirements for supply teachers are:
· University Degree with a PGCE, or Bachelor of Education
· Recent experience of classroom teaching, preferably in a school following the National Curriculum of England & Wales
· French work permit or EU passport
· Living in Paris area, willing and able to commute to Croissy sur Seine at short notice