Staff Vacancies

Mill Hill School is a wonderful environment in which to work. The School is very much a community, particularly given the central importance of boarding. Although only a few miles from the centre of London, Mill Hill’s grounds occupy over 120 acres of beautiful parkland with spectacular views over London and the Home Counties.

Cover Supervisor

A Cover Supervisor is required to work approximately 40 hours per week, during term-time only. The successful applicant will be expected to supervise classes when teachers are not available and to maintain a good working atmosphere, and to support House tutor periods preceding morning and afternoon school, as well as to undertake exam invigilation duties when required. Additional roles within the School may be available for the successful candidate, depending upon qualifications and experience.

Further details, together with the application form, are available by clicking on the links below, by email or post from the School Office.

The School and all staff are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. The School is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to complete successfully the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 22 February 2017

Teacher of Mathematics

A well-qualified and enthusiastic graduate is required for September 2017 to teach Mathematics to GCSE and A level within a large, dynamic and successful department. The ability to teach Further Mathematics and STEP/Oxbridge preparation would be highly desirable. Mathematics is a popular subject choice at Mill Hill, with significant numbers going on to study Mathematics-related subjects at university. The successful candidate will be expected to play a full part in the extra-curricular life of the School. He or she will be paid at the appropriate point of the Mill Hill School salary scale.

Further details, together with the application form, are available by clicking on the links below, by email or post from the School Office.

The School and all staff are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. The School is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to complete successfully the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 22 February 2017

Teacher of Physics

A well-qualified and enthusiastic graduate is required for September 2017, following the promotion of the current member of staff to the post of Head of Physics at another HMC school. The role will be to teach Physics to GCSE and A level within a large, dynamic and successful department. Physics is a popular subject choice at Mill Hill, with significant numbers going on to study Physics and related subjects at university. The ability to teach to the level of Oxbridge preparation would be highly desirable. We would be happy to consider appointing a new entrant to the teaching profession via the HMC Teacher Training route. The successful candidate will be expected to play a full part in the extra-curricular life of the School. He or she will be paid at the appropriate point of the Mill Hill School salary scale.

Further details, together with the application form, are available by clicking on the links below, by email or post from the School Office.

The School and all staff are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. The School is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to complete successfully the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level.

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 22 February 2017

Head of Geography

A well-qualified and enthusiastic graduate is required for September 2017 to lead a successful and thriving department and to teach Geography to GCSE and A-level. Geography is a popular subject choices at Mill Hill, with consistently healthy numbers opting for GCSE and A-level and strong pupil interest in related courses at university. The successful candidate will be expected to play a full part in the extra-curricular life of the School. He or she will be paid at the appropriate point of the Mill Hill School salary scale.

Further details, together with the application form, are available by clicking on the links below, by email or post from the School Office.

The School and all staff are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. The School is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to complete successfully the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level.

Closing date for applications: Friday 17 February 2017

Teacher of Economics

A well-qualified and enthusiastic graduate is required for September 2017 to teach Economics to A-level. For interested candidates, there is also the chance to lead and develop the School’s exciting new programme for entrepreneurship and support activities in our planned Innovation Hub. Economics and Business are both popular subject choices at Mill Hill, with consistently high numbers going on to take related courses at university. The successful candidate will be expected to play a full part in the extra-curricular life of the School. He or she will be paid at the appropriate point of the Mill Hill School salary scale.

Further details, together with the application form, are available by clicking on the links below, by email or post from the School Office.

The School and all staff are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. The School is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to complete successfully the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level.

Closing date for applications: Friday 17 February 2017

Teacher of Music (Full- or Part-Time)

A well-qualified, enthusiastic and dynamic graduate is required for September 2017 to teach classes and to lead ensembles as part of a thriving and successful Music Department. The department teaches Music for GCSE, A level and Oxbridge preparation, with two leavers taking up choral awards at Cambridge in recent years. A wide range of extra-curricular musical activities is offered. The post is offered on a full- or part-time basis and candidates are asked to state their availability in their application. Good keyboard skills are essential. The ability to play the organ is desirable. The successful candidate will be paid at the appropriate point of the Mill Hill School salary scale.

Further details, together with the application form, are available by clicking on the links below, by email or post from the School Office.

The School and all staff are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children. The School is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to complete successfully the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level.

Closing date for applications: Friday 17 February 2017

Sir James Murray
Mill Hill staff member, Sir James Murray was the originator of the Oxford English Dictionary. Both Murray House and the Murray Scriptorium at Mill Hill are named in his honour.