Vacancies

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and experienced individual with the ability to teach up to A Level Further Mathematics (new specification), including Decision Mathematics 1 and Further Mechanics 1 as the two options for Further Mathematics. Subject knowledge must be very secure. The successful candidate will be passionate about Mathematics and be committed to achieving the very best for pupils at all levels. They will be able to engage and motivate pupils using effective methods of teaching and differentiation.

The ideal candidate will be able to plan and deliver lessons for students from Year 7 to 13. We follow a CIMT scheme of work for KS3 (Year 7 to Year 8 ), the Cambridge IGCSE – taught over three years (Year 9 to Year 11) and linear two year Edexcel A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics courses in the Sixth Form.

Currently there are seven teachers in the Mathematics department with two experienced teachers dedicated to Further Maths. Mathematics is a popular subject in the Sixth Form with numbers on the increase. We work with reduced class sizes in order to maintain the fast pace.

The successful applicant will meet the following essential criteria:

  • have a good honours degree from a British University
  • have a PGCE or other qualified teacher status for secondary Mathematics teaching
  • have recent experience as a teacher in a school in the UK
  • have recent experience teaching Maths A Level and Further Maths A Level
  • have excellent teamwork skills and be willing to collaborate on planning and resourcing
  • 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
  • be motivated and use initiative to contribute to success of the department
  • be a native english speaker
  • possess valid references, and have an up to date CRB check
  • have a good working knowledge of ICT systems and the application of ICT in the classroom

Other preferable but not essential criteria:

  • Previous experience of an international school
  • Knowledge or experience of the Additional Mathematics IGCSE course

If you are interested in applying, please send your C.V. to employment@runnymede-college.com, including a recent photograph, contact phone numbers and names and contact numbers of two referees.

Runnymede College 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 (DBS).

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and innovative individual who has a passion for Mathematics and is committed to achieving the very best for pupils at all levels. The successful candidate will be able to engage and motivate pupils using effective methods of teaching and differentiation, and will embrace the use of interactive teaching methods and ICT. Recently qualified (NQT+1) teachers are also encouraged to apply, as we are able to offer you a close-knit, supportive environment that will help you to develop your teaching practice.

The ideal candidate will be able to plan and deliver lessons for students from Year 7 to 12 (AS Maths). We follow a CIMT scheme of work for KS3 (Year 7 to Year 8 ), the Cambridge IGCSE – taught over three years (Year 9 to Year 11) and linear two year Edexcel A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics courses in the Sixth Form.

The successful applicant will meet the following essential criteria:

  • have a good honours degree from a British University
  • have a PGCE or other qualified teacher status for secondary Mathematics teaching
  • have recent experience as a teacher of Mathematics up to A-level in a school in the UK
  • have excellent teamwork skills and be willing to collaborate on planning and resourcing
  • 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
  • be motivated and use initiative to contribute to success of the department
  • be a native English speaker
  • possess valid references, and have an up to date CRB check
  • have a good working knowledge of ICT systems and the application of ICT in the classroom

Other preferable but not essential criteria:

  • Previous experience of an international school
  • Knowledge or experience of the Additional Mathematics IGCSE course

If you are interested in applying, please send your C.V. to employment@runnymede-college.com, including a recent photograph, contact phone numbers and names and contact numbers of two referees.

Runnymede College 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 (DBS).

Runnymede Junior School are looking for an outstanding  teacher and Coordinator to join our EYFS team. We are keen to appoint an excellent class teacher and the ideal candidate would have experience in coordinating the EYFS department.

In fulfilling the requirements of the post; the successful candidate will demonstrate essential professional characteristics and in particular will:

  • Be responsible for the smooth running of the EYFS Department
  • Be responsible for timetabling
  • Lead staff meetings
  • Be responsible for the management of teachers in FS
  • Contribute to good management practice by ensuring positive staff participation, effective communication and procedures
  • Inspire trust and confidence in children, parents and colleagues
  • Effectively deliver the EYFS curriculum ensuring that the individual needs and interests of the children are met
  • Ensure consistent high quality play based learning opportunities and learning outcomes for children
  • Maintain high standards in planning and contribute to children’s Early Years profiles
  • Be committed to creating a stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environment for our children
  • Promote the wider aspirations and values of our school
  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of safeguarding children
  • Possess confident IT skills including the use of iPads
  • Have experience of working with EAL learners
  • Develop and maintain strong partnerships and communication with parents

Runnymede Junior School are looking for an outstanding  teacher and Coordinator to join our EYFS team. We are keen to appoint an excellent class teacher and the ideal candidate would have experience in coordinating the EYFS department.If you are interested in applying, please send your C.V. to employment@runnymede-college.com, including a recent photograph, contact phone numbers and names and contact numbers of two referees.

Runnymede College 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 (DBS).

We require a teacher who has experience and a history of excellent attainment in either KS1 or KS2. 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.
 
For the right candidate there may be an opportunity for middle-leader teaching or subject responsibility.
 
Successful candidates should: 
  • be highly motivated
  • have a passion for education
  • be an excellent classroom practitioner
  • have relevant experience teaching in the UK
  • have experience of teaching the 2014 Primary Framework
  • be familiar with use of ICT in the classroom
  • have the ability to work positively and successfully within a team

If you are interested in applying, please send your C.V. to employment@runnymede-college.com, including a recent photograph, contact phone numbers and names and contact numbers of two referees.

Runnymede College 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 (DBS).

Successful applicants must be native English speakers and should have:
 
  • NNEB certificate, NVQ Level 3 in Childcare, Learning & Development or Cache Level 3 Diploma in Childcare & Education or equivalent
  • knowledge of the 2014 Primary Framework
  • a passion for education
  • the ability to work positively and successfully within a team
  • the ability to work with individual children, groups or supporting the teacher within the classroom

If you are interested in applying, please send your C.V. to employment@runnymede-college.com, including a recent photograph, contact phone numbers and names and contact numbers of two referees.

Runnymede College 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 (DBS).

General terms and conditions of employment

1
Contracts
All employees of the school - unless they are doing a maternity cover - are on permanent contracts (Contrato de Duración Indefinida).
2
Social Security
The School pays Social Security contributions for all its employees; this entitles employees to full free medical cover, contribution to state pension and unemployment benefit.
3
Salaries
Staff at Runnymede College are paid very competitive salaries by local standards. All new members of staff receive a € 1,000 settling-in allowance for those moving from outside Spain.
4
Holidays
Summer: July and August. Christmas: just over two weeks. Easter: two weeks. Half terms: one week in the first term (end of October / beginning of November) and one week in February. There is no half term in the third term due to the large number of public holidays. Teachers are not expected to work in summer schools.
5
Accommodation
Although the School does not provide accommodation and does not contribute to defraying the cost of accommodation, new members of staff are helped to find a suitable home by the School.
6
Child Protection
Runnymede College 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 (DBS).

General terms and conditions of employment

1
Contracts
All employees of the school - unless they are doing a maternity cover - are on permanent contracts (Contrato de Duración Indefinida).
2
Social Security
The School pays Social Security contributions for all its employees; this entitles employees to full free medical cover, contribution to state pension and unemployment benefit.
3
Salaries
Staff at Runnymede College are paid very competitive salaries by local standards. All new members of staff receive a € 1,000 settling-in allowance for those moving from outside Spain.
4
Holidays
Summer: July and August. Christmas: just over two weeks. Easter: two weeks. Half terms: one week in the first term (end of October / beginning of November) and one week in February. There is no half term in the third term due to the large number of public holidays. Teachers are not expected to work in summer schools.
5
Accommodation
Although the School does not provide accommodation and does not contribute to defraying the cost of accommodation, new members of staff are helped to find a suitable home by the School.
6
Child Protection
Runnymede College 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 (DBS).

Applications

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

The Headmaster
Runnymede College
Calle Salvia 30
28109 La Moraleja
Madrid
Spain