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    Recruitment opportunities within the College are listed below. Where available, click on the Detail icon to view more detail about the position (this will link to a document in either Word or PDF format). Please be sure to apply before the closing date. Application forms are available from the bottom of this page.


    For further details please contact Hanna Stedman in relation to Teaching Posts and David Evans in regard to Support Roles. Alternatively please email us at:

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    For September 2017

    The Headteacher and Governors are seeking to appoint an outstanding, dynamic and innovative  teacher of music.  You will play a key part in supporting the development of the college in moving from good to outstanding. Moving forward, there will be leadership opportunities for the right candidate.

    The music department is a thriving subject area committed to enhancing student enthusiasm for the subject and improving individual pupil progress. Key Stage 4 uptake for music is strong and students benefit from a wide-range of extra-curricular activities in this important area.

    Visits to this truly unique college, prior to application, are warmly welcomed.  Further details from Hanna Stedman, PA to Headteacher.

    Applications from NQTs welcomed.

    Closing date:   12 noon on Monday 26 June 2017
    Interviews:     Week commencing 3 July 2017

    Teacher of Music - Job Advert

    Teacher of Music - letter to applicant

    Teacher of Music - Job Description

    Teacher of Music - Person Specification

    Teaching Staff Application Form



    Caretaker (Grade 3 or 4) depending on DIY / Trade skills

    Robertsbridge Community College is seeking a caretaker as soon as possible to join the existing team. This role will be one of 4 premises staff running the site. All of these roles cover for each other for absence, or holidays. Working hours during school holidays may follow a different pattern by negotiation.

    The  working hours are  13.30 – 21.30  (13.00 – 20.00 on a Friday)           37 hours / 52 weeks

    There is potential flexibility with morning and evening shifts

    We are looking for a Caretaker who:

    •           can work on their own initiative and as part of a team.

    •           who can provide a high quality service including ideally extended DIY and maintenance skills, and ensure site security.

    •           can ensure the school cleaners works to a high standard.

    •           support the day to day running of the school, completing urgent staff requests.

    •           Carries out a porterage service of parcels and equipment around the site.

    The role will include some handyperson skills (painting/carpentry/plumbing), the maintenance and upkeep of the school premises to ensure it is safe and secure including carrying out repair and redecoration. 

    The role is advertised at two pay grades. The higher grade will be available to those candidates who can demonstrate building or trade skills, that fit the needs of the College and existing team. There may be the opportunity even if you do not yet have these skills to undergo training, and progress over time to the higher role subject to skills and performance over time.

    The Caretaker grades are :-

    • Caretaker 3 – Single Status 4   £16,120 -  £16,778
    • Caretaker 4 – Single Status 6  £ 18,578 - £19,728

    The caretaker will also be responsible for undertaking all relevant Health & Safety checks and complete all associated paper work, and managing contractors while on site

    It is essential that the caretaker is able to take responsibility and be flexible in their approach to working with colleagues. A can do positive attitude, and the ability to be proactive, and prioritise works to be completed are requirements of this role.

    The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Mon 19th June 2017.

    Caretaker Recruitment Pack

    Support Staff Application

    Application Forms

    Application Forms are available to download by clicking the links below. Please download and complete the relevant Application Form for the vacancy.

    Schools Direct Programme

    Robertsbridge Community College is participating in the Schools Direct Programme, the Non-salaried route to becoming a Teacher.

    For further information on the programme, please follow the link below.

    Schools Direct Programme information (accessed through the St Richards website)