Recruitment

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“Devonport High School for Boys is an outstanding school and has an outstanding capacity for sustained development.” Ofsted February 2011

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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For an informal discussion with Dan Roberts, Headteacher, about any of our listed vacancies or to arrange a visit to the school, please contact Sarah Nicholson, Head’s PA, at sarah.nicholson@dhsb.org or 01752 208787.


Teacher of Computing and Director of DHSB Learning Commons

MPS/UPS plus potential TLR

For September 2018 we are looking to recruit a key member of staff who will provide effective leadership and management of all aspects of digital services in an environment that combines virtual and physical learning areas. This is an exciting opportunity to teach computing part-time whilst leading on the whole school development of the innovative use of new technologies for both students and staff.

We provide the opportunity to be part of an inspirational digital learning culture and you will be joining a community with a global reputation as a system leader in the whole-school use of ICT including our role as a Google Worldwide Reference School. At DHSB we have creatively developed several of our own bespoke learning platforms and a keen interest or experience in developing software is preferred but not essential.

We will welcome visits to the school; if you would like to meet Dan Roberts, Headteacher, to discuss the role and vision please contact Sarah Nicholson, Head’s PA (sarah.nicholson@dhsb.org).

Please return your completed application form to Sarah Nicholson by 9.00am on Tuesday 15 May 2018.

Link to application form


IT Network Manager

Full time / all year round 

Grade G SCP 32 – 35 (£29,055 – £31,401)

For September 2018 or sooner, we are looking to recruit a key member of staff who will provide effective leadership and management of our IT network.

Devonport High School for Boys is renowned for its innovative use of technology. We are a Google Reference School, showcasing the best examples of the use of Chromebooks and G Suite for Education. We have very good IT provision with over 400 Chromebooks, 400 PCs and iPads with a VMWare Virtualized Windows Server environment looking into the future of developing a cloud first approach to the server infrastructure.

We will welcome visits to the school; if you would like to meet Dan Roberts, Headteacher, to discuss the role and vision please contact Sarah Nicholson, Head’s PA (sarah.nicholson@dhsb.org).

Our application form can be downloaded at www.dhsb.org/recruitment and should be returned to Sarah Nicholson by 9.00am on Tuesday 15 May 2018.

Please return your completed application form to Sarah Nicholson by 9.00am on Tuesday 15 May 2018.

Link to application form


Lunchtime Supervisor

Grade A NJC 6 – 8 starting at point 6

Required from May 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter, a Lunchtime Supervisor, to work between 12.25 and 13.45 Monday to Friday, term time only. The actual salary payable is £2,281 per annum / £190.08 per month.

Application forms should be returned to Sarah Nicholson, Head’s PA, by 9.00 on Wednesday 9 May 2018 (sarah.nicholson@dhsb.org or by post).

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Recruitment

If there are no current vacancies relevant to your skills and experience at this school but you feel you have something exceptional to offer then we’d like to hear from you.

Please email your curriculum vitae with a covering letter to Sarah Nicholson, Head’s PA, at sarah.nicholson@dhsb.org.

Thank you.


School Experience

School experience is essential if you are interested in becoming a teacher.

You will need to gain as much practical experience as possible within a classroom environment in order to strengthen your application and prepare for potential interviews. At least two weeks work experience is compulsory before teacher training can commence.

DHSB will be taking applications for the academic year 2018/2019.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity then please contact Sarah Nicholson at sarah.nicholson@dhsb.org.

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