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.

Activity Leaders Teacher (Summer School)

The Mill Hill Summer School, which is based on the International School’s campus, offers academic and English Plus activity courses of two, four or eight weeks which are aimed at international pupils who wish to gear up for their career in a UK boarding school and also for those who wish to consolidate their academic profile. Our location, just half an hour to the north of central London but set in 120 acres of parkland, is a key selling point.

We are seeking to recruit two Activity Leaders whose skills, experience and personal attributes will equip them for this exciting opportunity. Reporting to the Summer School Director, the Activity Leaders will be tasked with taking responsibility for the preparation and effective delivery of the afternoon and evening sports and social programme, which run for eight weeks through July and August.

With a start date of Saturday 1 July (2 day staff induction), student arrival on Monday 3 July, and an eight week contract (shorter contracts may be available), their work will involve teaching two classes per day of 90 minutes of contact time for five days per week. In addition, they will lead, supervise and accompany students on excursions, ensuring their safety and welfare at all times, for an extra day per week.

It is anticipated that a maximum of forty eight international boys and girls aged 12-17 will attend. Pupils will be accommodated in one of the school’s boarding houses and some staff will also be accommodated on site – the Maths/Science teacher post may include accommodation and therefore pastoral duties, where required.

We are looking for a dynamic and self-motivated individual with the drive to ensure that the second year of Summer School will be successful, building the foundations for future summers.

Competitive salary and holiday pay.
Induction paid separately at a pro-rated rate.

Closing date for Applications: Friday 5th May 2017

Completed Application Forms should be returned by email to: hr@millhill.org.uk

Mill Hill School Foundation and its 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. It is an offence for person barred from working with children to apply for this post.

Creative Arts Teacher (Summer School)

The Mill Hill Summer School, which is based on the International School’s campus, offers academic and English Plus activity courses of two, four or eight weeks which are aimed at international pupils who wish to gear up for their career in a UK boarding school and also for those who wish to consolidate their academic profile. Our location, just half an hour to the north of central London but set in 120 acres of parkland, is a key selling point.

We are seeking to recruit a Creative Arts teacher, whose skills, experience and personal attributes will equip them for this exciting opportunity. Reporting to the Summer School Director, the creative arts teacher will be tasked with taking responsibility for the preparation and effective delivery of classes, which run for eight weeks through July and August.

With a start date of Saturday 1 July (2 day staff induction), student arrival on Monday 3 July, and an eight week contract (shorter contracts may be available), their work will involve teaching two classes per day of 90 minutes of contact time for five days per week. In addition, they will lead, supervise and accompany students on excursions, ensuring their safety and welfare at all times, for an extra day per week.

It is anticipated that a maximum of forty eight international boys and girls aged 12-17 will attend. Pupils will be accommodated in one of the school’s boarding houses and some staff will also be accommodated on site – the Maths/Science teacher post may include accommodation and therefore pastoral duties, where required.

We are looking for a dynamic and self-motivated individual with the drive to ensure that the second year of Summer School will be successful, building the foundations for future summers.

Competitive salary and holiday pay.
Induction paid separately at a pro-rated rate.

Closing date for Applications: Friday 5th May 2017

Completed Application Forms should be returned by email to: hr@millhill.org.uk

Mill Hill School Foundation and its 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. It is an offence for person barred from working with children to apply for this post.

EFL Teachers (Summer School)

The Mill Hill Summer School, which is based on the International School’s campus, offers academic and English Plus activity courses of two, four or eight weeks which are aimed at international pupils who wish to gear up for their career in a UK boarding school and also for those who wish to consolidate their academic profile. Our location, just half an hour to the north of central London but set in 120 acres of parkland, is a key selling point.

We are seeking to recruit two EFL teachers whose skills, experience and personal attributes will equip them for this exciting opportunity. Reporting to the Summer School Director, the EFL teachers will be tasked with taking responsibility for the preparation and effective delivery of classes, which run for eight weeks through July and August.

With a start date of Saturday 1 July (2 day staff induction), student arrival on Monday 3 July, and an eight week contract (shorter contracts may be available), their work will involve teaching two classes per day of 90 minutes of contact time for five days per week. In addition, they will lead, supervise and accompany students on excursions, ensuring their safety and welfare at all times, for an extra day per week.

It is anticipated that a maximum of forty eight international boys and girls aged 12-17 will attend. Pupils will be accommodated in one of the school’s boarding houses and some staff will also be accommodated on site – the Maths/Science teacher post may include accommodation and therefore pastoral duties, where required.

We are looking for a dynamic and self-motivated individual with the drive to ensure that the second year of Summer School will be successful, building the foundations for future summers.

Competitive salary and holiday pay.
Induction paid separately at a pro-rated rate.

Closing date for Applications: Friday 5th May 2017

Completed Application Forms should be returned by email to: hr@millhill.org.uk

Mill Hill School Foundation and its 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. It is an offence for person barred from working with children to apply for this post.

Maths/Science Teacher (Summer School)

The Mill Hill Summer School, which is based on the International School’s campus, offers academic and English Plus activity courses of two, four or eight weeks which are aimed at international pupils who wish to gear up for their career in a UK boarding school and also for those who wish to consolidate their academic profile. Our location, just half an hour to the north of central London but set in 120 acres of parkland, is a key selling point.

We are seeking to recruit a combined Maths/Science teacher, whose skills, experience and personal attributes will equip them for this exciting opportunity. Reporting to the Summer School Director, the Maths/Science will be tasked with taking responsibility for the preparation and effective delivery of classes, which run for eight weeks through July and August.

With a start date of Saturday 1 July (2 day staff induction), student arrival on Monday 3 July, and an eight week contract (shorter contracts may be available), their work will involve teaching two classes per day of 90 minutes of contact time for five days per week. In addition, they will lead, supervise and accompany students on excursions, ensuring their safety and welfare at all times, for an extra day per week.

It is anticipated that a maximum of forty eight international boys and girls aged 12-17 will attend. Pupils will be accommodated in one of the school’s boarding houses and some staff will also be accommodated on site – the Maths/Science teacher post may include accommodation and therefore pastoral duties, where required.

We are looking for a dynamic and self-motivated individual with the drive to ensure that the second year of Summer School will be successful, building the foundations for future summers.

Competitive salary and holiday pay.
Induction paid separately at a pro-rated rate.

Closing date for Applications: Friday 5th May 2017

Completed Application Forms should be returned by email to: hr@millhill.org.uk

Mill Hill School Foundation and its 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. It is an offence for person barred from working with children to apply for this post.

KS1 Teacher (Grimsdell)

Full-time Qualified KS1 Teacher for September 2017.

The appointment will offer an excellent opportunity for teachers with creativity, energy and enthusiasm. The post holder will have responsibility for a Year 2 class, delivering our dynamic 21st Century relevant curriculum.

Please download the form below or telephone the school for an application form and further information. Forms can be returned by mail or email to the addresses below. CVs are not accepted.

The Closing date for applications is Friday 5th May 2017.
Interviews will take place in the following week.

Grimsdell, Mill Hill Pre-Preparatory School, Winterstoke House, Wills Grove, Mill Hill, London, NW7 1QR
Tel: 020 8959 6884
Email: office@grimsdell.org.uk

Learning Support Teacher – part-time, two days per week (Mill Hill)

A well-qualified and enthusiastic Learning Support Teacher is required from September 2017. The successful candidate will work with pupils from Fourth Form (Year 9) to Upper Sixth both individually and in small groups. The Learning Support Department and its aims are well integrated into the academic and pastoral life of the School. The proportion of pupils on the Learning Support Register is broadly in line with expectations for a selective independent school. The successful candidate will be paid at the appropriate point on the Mill Hill 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 17 May 2017

Teacher of History and Politics (Mill Hill)

A well-qualified and enthusiastic graduate is required for September 2017 to teach History at least to GCSE and Government & Politics to A-level within a large, dynamic and successful department. Both subjects are popular and achieve very good public examination results, with significant numbers going on to study related subjects at university. The ability to teach either subject or both to Oxbridge preparation level would be highly desirable. 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 10 May 2017

KS2 Class Teacher (Belmont)

Required for September 2017 or January 2018

An enthusiastic, caring and creative teacher is sought to work as part of a team of teachers in either Year 3, 4 or 5.

Attractive salary and health benefits.

Closing date for applications: 9.00am on Monday 8th May 2017
Interviews: Wednesday 17th May 2017

Download the application form and return to us by email or post to:
The Head, Belmont (Mill Hill Preparatory School), The Ridgeway, London NW7 4ED

Further details can be obtained from the Head’s PA, Mrs G Ellen at gellen@belmontschool.com or 020 8906 7277.

Teacher of Girls’ Games and PE (Belmont)

Required for September 2017

A tremendous opportunity for a passionate and caring teacher of Girls’ Games and PE.

Attractive salary and health benefits.

Closing date for applications: 9.00am on Monday 8th May 2017
Interviews: Friday, 12th May 2017

Download the application form and return to us by email or post to:
The Head, Belmont (Mill Hill Preparatory School), The Ridgeway, London NW7 4ED

Further details can be obtained from the Head’s PA, Mrs G Ellen at gellen@belmontschool.com or 020 8906 7277.

Teacher of English (Belmont)

Required for September 2017

An enthusiastic and passionate teacher of English is sought to join our talented English Department.

Attractive salary and health benefits.

Closing date for applications: 9.00am on Monday 8th May 2017
Interviews: Wednesday 10th May 2017

Download the application form and return to us by email or post to:
The Head, Belmont (Mill Hill Preparatory School), The Ridgeway, London NW7 4ED

Further details can be obtained from the Head’s PA, Mrs G Ellen at gellen@belmontschool.com or 020 8906 7277.

Teacher of English – Full- or Part-time (Mill Hill)

A well-qualified and enthusiastic graduate is required for September 2017 to teach English to GCSE and A-level within a large, dynamic and thriving department. The post can be adapted to suit an experienced teacher, a newly qualified teacher or a new entrant to the profession via the HMC Teacher Training route. For the right candidate, the role of Second-in-Department may be available. The post can be offered full-time or at 0.8 part-time. 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 on 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 3 May 2017

Teacher of Physics (Mill Hill)

A well-qualified and enthusiastic graduate is required for September 2017. 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. 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 3 May 2017

Residential House Parent and Boarding Administrator (Mill Hill)

September 2017 start.

A new appointment at Mill Hill School for a Residential House Parent and Boarding Administrator – Competitive Salary.

The new appointment of Residential House Parent and Boarding Administrator will be the link between students, parents and the academic side of the school and will take responsibility for key administrative aspects of boarding life. This will be an invaluable role in allowing students and their families to feel safe, supported and reassured throughout their time at Mill Hill School as well as ensuring that boarding life runs efficiently and smoothly Working under the direction of the Deputy Head (Pastoral), you will have responsibility for the pastoral welfare of the young people in your Boarding House. Working closely with your pastoral care team and liaising daily with Academic Tutors, Housemasters, and the Academic Staff, your support will enable the students in your Boarding House to thrive and flourish in every area of their life at Mill Hill School. Responsibilities relating to the administrative aspects of this role will be agreed with the Deputy Head pastoral with who you will work with closely.

Having a good understanding of National Minimum Boarding Standards (NMBS) and the duty of statutory care obligations for pupils under 18 would be an advantage.

This post would suit someone who is articulate, professionally minded and caring. The school will provide on-site accommodation and pastoral training.

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: 5th May 2017

Graduate Assistant (Mill Hill)

Well-qualified, ambitious and enthusiastic graduates are required from September 2017 to July 2018 to join our recently created team of Graduate Assistants (residential and non-residential). The successful applicants will gain valuable and varied experience as a stepping stone into the teaching profession, while focusing on supporting the smooth running of the boarding and the co-curricular aspects of the School.

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 5 May 2017

Clerk to the Governors (Foundation)

The Mill Hill School Foundation is seeking to appoint a permanent, experienced Clerk to the Governors from May 2017. We are an independent, charitable foundation of four schools comprising Grimsdell (3-7 years), Belmont (7 to 13 years), Mill Hill School (13 to 18 years) and The Mount Mill Hill International. We are situated in a magnificent 120-acre parkland site on the edge of the North London Green Belt, providing a wonderful environment in which to learn and work. The Foundation and all its staff are committed to providing the best possible educational experience and safeguarding the welfare of children. The Foundation is registered with the DBS and successful applicants will be required to successfully complete the Disclosure procedure at the Enhanced level in advance of starting in post.

This is an exciting, varied and challenging role in which you will be responsible for the administration of the meetings of the Court of Governors and its sub-committees.

Further details, together with the application form, are available by clicking on the links below or by emailing hr@millhill.org.uk.

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.

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.