King Edward’s School is one of the leading independent schools in the country and provides a unique educational experience for the boys that study here.
Our staff community is central to that experience and over 200 members of staff are employed in teaching and support roles.
We want to attract passionate, talented and inspirational people to support our boys to succeed to the best of their abilities. In return you will join an intellectually stimulating and diverse community on a beautiful campus in Edgbaston with access to impressive facilities and many employee benefits. Read more about working at King Edward’s School in the information pack below (coming soon).
King Edward’s School is committed to providing the best possible care and education to its pupils and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Please read the entire Recruitment, Selection and Disclosure Policy.
King Edward’s School is also committed to ensuring that applicants and employees from all sections of the community are treated equally and not discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or nation origins, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. The School is actively seeking to identify and eliminate any barriers to diversity among our workforce.
How to apply
Applying to work at an independent school as unique as King Edward’s School may seem unfamiliar. We strongly encourage applicants to contact us if they have any queries about working at the School, or about a specific vacancy.
We regularly have vacancies for both Catering Assistants, Cleaning Operatives and Ruddock Performing Arts Centre Casual Assistants, and welcome applications for these roles throughout the year. If you would like to be considered for one of these roles the next time we are recruiting, please complete our application form and email it to email@example.com.
King Edward’s Consortium
Thinking of a career in teaching? We are also part of the King Edward’s Consortium which recruits and trains outstanding teachers for local schools. Find out more about the Consortium’s secondary teacher training programmes at www.teachkec.org.uk.