The King's School in Macclesfield


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      King’s is a beautiful school and a wonderful place to work. Founded in 1502, the school currently has two teaching sites in Macclesfield, Cheshire. Few schools can offer such a rich and varied curriculum and wide array of extra-curricular opportunities, within a warm and friendly community with excellent relationships between its pupils and staff.

      The King’s School employs around 200-230 staff (inclusive of self-employed), with a unique set of skills and abilities.  We are proud to support our superb staff and this applies as much to our dedicated support staff as to our teaching colleagues.  We want all staff to feel part of the King's community and for them to make the most of their career.

      We offer a range of benefits to our employees:

      Competitive salary;
      Teacher pension scheme for teaching staff;
      Dedicated support staff pension scheme;
      Opportunities and support for continuing professional development including dedicated and personalised CPD funding arrangements;
      Dedicated Development Days for whole staff training;
      King's is a regional centre for NQTs (ISTIP approved);
      Free school lunches on the days you are working on site during term-time;
      Wellbeing initiatives, i.e. Flu jabs, yoga, staff football, full-time nurses on site, mindfulness for staff, and other support as needed;
      Access to latest technology both at home and in school;
      Opportunities to participate in/run a myriad of clubs and societies;
      Staff social events (Christmas lunch, end of term celebrations);
      Fee discount for staff children for permanent members of staff.

      King's is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children; successful applicants will be subject to a DBS check.


      Teaching Posts

      There are currently no vacancies.

      Support Staff Posts

      Lead IT Services Technician
      This full-time position is required as soon as possible, working closely alongside an IT Apprentice and an IT Technician who all report to the Director of IT Services.  The Lead IT Services Technician will be responsible for maintaining, monitoring and optimising the school's IT systems along with providing user support.  The successful candidate should have Microsoft accreditation or the equivalent experience.
      An Application Form can be downloaded from the top right-hand side of this page and further details can be found below.
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