As well as providing a fantastic learning and living environment for young people, Kelvinside Academy offers an enjoyable, challenging and rewarding working environment.
We strive to recruit the best possible teaching and support staff to drive the School forwards and ensure we continue to provide the best possible rounded education for our pupils.
For all teaching appointments, a willingness to participate in the varied extra-curricular life of a busy day school is essential.
Kelvinside Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be prepared to undergo appropriate child protection screening including checks with past employers and a PVG check. The school is an equal opportunities employer.
Kelvinside Academy is looking for suitably qualified or experienced staff to join the regular team of the After School Club on a temporary basis at times of staff absence or when the number of children calls for additional personnel. The need for extra staffing is unpredictable and can be for a day at a time or for longer. This position would suit someone who works part-time or a student with some experience of working with children. The Club is open for three hours a day during term times between 3.00 and 6.00pm. If interested, please contact the Junior School Secretary, Mrs Lindsay, by telephone on 0141 357 3376 or write to the Junior HR Dept. using our online contact form. Applicants should be registered or eligible for registration with the GTCS; the successful candidate will undertake a PVG check through Disclosure Scotland.
We seek a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher of Business Studies and Economics to teach up to Higher level. It may be a full or part-time position depending on the qualifications and skills of the successful candidate. The post would suit either a new or an experienced teacher.
Business Studies and Economics operate within the Faculty of Social and Business Subjects which also comprises Enterprise, Geography, History, Modern Studies and RMPS. The Faculty team of 9 is led by a Head of Faculty, and a Deputy Head of Faculty.
The school aims to bring out the best in every pupil, combining high standards of teaching and a superb extra-curricular programme within an inclusive and caring ethos. Sport, outdoor pursuits, music, drama and art flourish, together with a range of clubs and societies. There is strong participation in the Cadet Forces and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. A willingness to contribute to the wider life of the school is essential.
The post is tenable from 16 August 2018, or as soon thereafter. A completed application form and covering letter should be sent to the Rector, Mr I H Munro, by noon on Wednesday 25 July 2018. Early applications are encouraged and the School reserves the right to complete the recruitment process at their discretion.
Kelvinside Academy Junior School is looking to build up its pool of qualified primary teachers to provide supply cover on an occasional basis. If you are not permanently employed and wish to apply, please contact the Junior School Secretary, Mrs Lindsay, by telephone on 0141 357 3376 or email the Junior School HR Dept. using our online contact form. Applicants should be registered or eligible for registration with the GTCS; the successful candidate will undertake a PVG check through Disclosure Scotland.