Jobs and other vacancies

This page provides information about vacancies which exist within parish organisational structures. Vacancies can include employment opportunities with parish organisations, membership roles on parish committees, vacancies in schedules for Eucharistic Adoration for which persons are needed to fill hours and so on.

  • Employment opportunities

    • Advertisement - Teaching vacancies (see below) September 2005 - closing date April 22, 2005


    • Teacher of Biology and Science - September 2005

      • The Science Department at St. Ignatius Catholic School (Years 7 – 13) requires a full time Teacher of Biology and General Science starting September 2005.  The position involves teaching AS/A Level Biology, IGCSE Biology and General Science at Key Stage 3.

      • The Science Department has three well stocked laboratories and a lab technician to assist in the preparation of practical activities.  The successful applicant will be an enthusiastic, well qualified individual who is competent in the use of practical work and who regularly incorporates this into their lessons.  Experience with setting and grading coursework is an asset.

    • Teacher of Information Technology - September 2005

      • Mathematics/Business Studies background an asset

      • Required for September 2005, an innovative, forward thinking ICT teacher. You will have an impressive record of flair and creativity and be able to demonstrate occasions when you have effected change, as well as evidence of high quality classroom teaching.

      • The department has just taken ownership of a new ICT suite of rooms that include both cutting edge software (such as Dreamweaver MX 2004 family) and an interactive whiteboard.

      • You will have the opportunity to teach across all key stages to small, enthusiastic groups. All syllabi are UK based: Key Stage 3 National Curriculum, Key Stage 4 ICT GCSE and AS/A2 in ICT and Computing. The school is currently involved in a whole school website development programme, so the ability to contribute to staff training and architecture design would be a great advantage.

      • If you would like an informal discussion regarding the post, please contact [email protected]. Applications from experienced and recently qualified colleagues are equally welcome.

    • Head/Teacher of Mathematics - September 2005

      • The Mathematics Department at St. Ignatius Catholic School (Years 7 – 13) is responsible for 84 lessons a week.  These lessons include 6 periods of Years 7, 8 and 9 for which students are placed in one of two sets.  In Years 10 and 11 there are three sets covering IGCSE Extended Mathematics, IGCSE Core Mathematics and the WJEC Entry Level Mathematics.  Years 10 and 11 are given 5 periods each week.  AS and A2 Mathematics is offered at the School for 8 periods each per week in Years 12 and 13 (6th Form).  There are also 2 periods of SAT Math for students wishing to sit the exam in Years 12 and 13.  The main duties of the Head of Mathematics are as follows:

        • Teaching 26 Mathematics lessons a week.

        • Observe the teaching of other members of the department to ensure methods and approach are meeting the agreed syllabus.

        • Hold regular departmental meetings and provide minutes for senior management.

        • Liaise with senior management as to curriculum to be covered, timetable for next year and working on action plans/subject reports each year.

      • Order text books and other resources needed for each academic year.

      • Deal with problems or situations that arise, and meet parents where necessary.

      • Ensure that students are prepared for and take part in local competitions.

      • If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact [email protected].

  • Teacher of Physical Education and Science - September 2005

    • This post involves teaching Key Stage 3 and 4 Physical Education with the possibility of IGCSE Physical Education, Key Stage 3 Science and GCSE Combined Science

    • The successful applicant will have experience teaching both boys and girls through the Key Stages and will be expected to offer a full range of extra curricular activities during the school year to include netball, basketball, rugby, football and athletics.

  • SEN Department - Various vacancies - September 2005

    • St. Ignatius is committed to providing a comprehensive learning support program for all types of learners. Our goal is to build a school community whose focus is on individual learning. Providing staff development and training within each team member’s specialty will be a necessity to further our commitment.

    • SEN Teacher(s)

      Applicants should be graduate teachers with special education qualifications, Masters level or post-graduate degree preferred. Candidates will be expected to have experience with multisensory learning strategies, such as Wilson Reading Systems and Lindamood-Bell Programs from the United States. Duties will include, but not be limited to, the following: conduct Learning Strategies class for students Yr 4 and higher, provide individual and group remediation classes, provide support for students within one-on-one or inclusion models of instruction, and participate in case conferences. Salaries range from CI$37,000 and higher depending on experience and qualifications. Benefits and relocation package are also included.

      • Speech and Language Teacher/Pathologist

        • Applicants should have post graduate training in the treatment of speech and language disorders for children. Duties will include, but not be limited to, the following: implement individual language and speech programs, assist with students having nonverbal communication issues, participate in case conferences, and provide assessments for children identified within the school. Salaries range from CI$37,000 and higher depending on experience and qualifications. Benefits and relocation package are also included.

      • Occupational Therapist

        • Applicants should have Masters level training in occupation therapy and experience working with children. Duties will include, but not be limited to, the following: screen children for motor skill deficits, provide one-on-one therapeutic intervention, provide support within the classroom, participate in case conferences, and work with parents to develop programs and strategies at home. Salaries range from CI$45,000 and higher depending on experience and qualifications. Benefits and relocation package are also included.

      • Clinical Psychologist

        • Applicants should be Doctoral level trained clinical psychologist with cognitive behavioral training to work in academic setting. Applicant must have experience with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and anxiety based disorders in children and adolescents, as well as experience with providing behavioral modifications for ADHD and oppositional behaviors. Duties will include, but not be limited to, the following: provide individual and group counseling, work with teachers and parents to develop appropriate strategies and interventions, assist with academic assessments and initial screenings, and provide family therapy. Salaries range from CI$55,000 and higher depending on experience and qualifications. Benefits and relocation package are also included.

  • Class Teacher - Year 4 - September 2005

    • Must have at least five (5) year's experience

    • Preference given to a candidate with a Mathematics background and experience as school Math coordinator

    • Computer skills are necessary

  • Music Teacher - September 2005

    • Must have at least five (5) years’ experience teaching music in Key Stage 1 & 2

    • Strong vocal and piano background needed

    • Orff experience preferred

    • Experience with the direction of drama productions will be an asset


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