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Work here and you will be part of a lively, refreshingly unusual HMC school with a dynamic Head leading a mixture of experienced hands and exciting young teachers as well as highly capable administrative staff and outstanding support staff. If there was an award for Best Staff Room, ours would probably get it – and we reckon our views are incomparable.
So, partly because of the physical working conditions, partly because of the school’s character but mostly because everyone here is welcoming and friendly, Frensham is a place where people say they feel at home almost instantly.
School Nurse - Bank Cover
Frensham Heights is an HMC co-educational independent boarding and day school of 500 pupils aged 3-18, near Farnham in Surrey. We are looking to recruit NMC Registered Nurses to join the Health Centre Nurse bank team. Specific knowledge and experience of working with school age children in a primary care or an A&E environment is desirable.
The job is to provide bank cover for the Health Centre as and when required. The post is for term time only but will include overnight and weekend on-call duties.
Please contact the Bursar’s Secretary ([email protected]) for an application pack. The closing date for applications is 9 November with interviews on 15 November 2018.
Part Time Receptionist (term time only)
A School Receptionist is at the heart of a busy, dynamic and positive community. We seek someone who combines efficiency, communication skills and optimism.
This role is currently for a fixed term, from January 2019 to the end of the summer term 2019, 5 July 2019.
Working hours are 08.00 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday and Friday mornings and 12.30 pm to 5.30 pm on Thursday afternoons term time only. Salary £9.74 per hour.
Further details are available upon request. Please contact the Headmaster’s Secretary ([email protected]) for an application pack.
Frensham Heights is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children