Le Rosey seeks to appoint a History teacher for its middle school and IB programme (UK years 8 to 13, US grades 7 to 12) beginning in September 2018. The curriculum for these years is the school’s own, and no external assessment is done before the IBDP (sixth form, grades 11-12). A slight majority of our students have mother tongues other than English, but almost all speak and write English at a high level.
The successful applicant will be a History specialist although the ability to teach another subject will be welcomed.
On campus accommodation is provided and conditions of work are attractive. The teacher appointed will be expected to play an active role in boarding school in life. Further details at https://www.rosey.ch/information/employment/
Applications, which should be addressed to at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, must be by email and comprise: a letter of application, a CV, (including personal details such as age and family circumstances which may be important for residential considerations), a recent photo, and the names of three referees. Further details will be sent to all short-listed candidates. Interviews will take place in London and/or Switzerland in January or February. Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 9th February
The Paul & Henri Carnal Hall is a visionary and innovative building situated on the campus of the international boarding school, Institut Le Rosey in Rolle, Switzerland. It is a building where students benefit from state-of-the-art music and arts facilities, and a Learning Centre which aims to take learning outside of the classroom. The Rosey Concert Hall, at the heart of the building, offers seating for up to 900 spectators to enjoy classical concerts with world-class orchestras, occasional theatre, musicals and conferences. With its 183m2 stage and its exceptional acoustics, Le Rosey Concert Hall is a magnificent place to appreciate all manner of cultural, musical and artistic events. A 227m2 Black Box Studio provides a modern, flexible and easily adaptable space for smaller audiences and more intimate performances. It usually welcomes small plays, workshops and rock and pop concerts. A rehearsal room for chamber orchestras with a capacity for up to 40 musicians provides a space for a variety of musical activities.
The Sound / video Technician reinforce the actual team with also light & stage skills. The successful applicant has a range of skills and roles including: – Configuration & use of sound systems (Yamaha – Soundcraft – Allen & Heath – Behringer) – Configuration & use of vidéo systems (BARCO – BenQ – Epson) – is familiar with technical “Riders” – creation of sound, video and small light designs – takes charge of the venue and set up for events – is able to manages stage machinery, equipment and sets – sets up and dismantles sound, lighting equipment and stage sets – ensures that Health and Safety rules are respected – gives lessons on stage management and sound systems to students interested in this activity (in English).
– A youthful, dynamic, stimulating, educational environment – A concert hall which is developing an international reputation – A Blackbox studio for theatre and pop rock concerts – A rehearsal room for chamber orchestra with a capacity of up to 40 musicians. – The opportunity to undertake a variety of tasks whilst being trained for a few months, and supported. On-going contract, 100%
– ability to speak English essential, other languages, especially French, useful – taste for teamwork – security aware – ready to work flexible hours (evenings, holidays and weekends) – a sense of pedagogy and a sense of humour! – driving licence essential
Experience in lighting, sound, stage management in theatre or events.
Salary according to experience and in accordance with the CCT, between the SSRS and the UTR.
Rolle (Switzerland) Possibility of accommodation on campus (flat, food & laundry)
For the attention of René Meyer Paul & Henri Carnal Hall Institut Le Rosey 1180 Rolle firstname.lastname@example.org Website https://www.roseyconcerthall.ch/en/ Deadline: 15 December 2017
Le Rosey employs nearly a hundred full- and part-time academic, music and sports teachers, about half of whom are full-time academic teachers on English-speaking programmes. Teachers come from across the world, and it is school policy to maintain a mix of nationalities and approaches to match the bilingual and international character of the school. The majority are from the UK, but many other nations are represented, especially the USA and Australia. Le Rosey also employs an important number of French-speaking teachers recruited from France, Switzerland, Canada and Belgium. The teaching faculty is also enormously enriched by native-speaker language and literature teachers from across the world who teach a remarkably high number of foreign language classes, many of them as IB A literature courses.
Le Rosey is a bilingual (English and French) international boarding school with a strong commitment to excellence. The school is not a British boarding school on the continent, an American prep school in Europe or a Lycée français à l’étranger avec internat – and, although it may have elements of all of these, Le Rosey has a strong and distinctive character of its own. Le Rosey expects all candidates to be appropriately qualified, with at least a first degree and a teaching qualification. Relevant teaching experience is of course desirable and we particularly welcome:
To our great regret, changes to Swiss law have made it extremely difficult for international schools like Le Rosey to obtain work permits for non-EU citizens. For this reason, applicants without EU passports or Swiss work permits are advised that this greatly reduces their chances of being put on a short list. We will, nevertheless, consider all such applications seriously; and if the nature of the post and the quality of the application make us optimistic about the outcome of what can be a long administrative process, we are ready to undertake it.
All applications are acknowledged, but candidates who hear nothing further within the following three weeks should assume that their application has been unsuccessful. Those candidates who are placed on the first short list are sent further details, outlining the nature of the post and conditions of work. Candidates whom we decide to interview are contacted by telephone and/or email. Interviews usually take place in the UK or Switzerland. All successful candidates are interviewed in Switzerland at least once before appointment. Travel expenses to Switzerland from within Europe are automatically and fully reimbursed. We have occasionally interviewed outstanding candidates in the USA and in the Far and Middle East, but applicants from outside Europe are advised that it is not usually practicable to interview them unless they are willing to undertake and at least partly fund the journey to Europe. We recommend such candidates to indicate in their applications whether and when they are able to travel to the UK or mainland Europe.
Applications (which should always be by email : email@example.com) should comprise:
All applications will be treated in confidence.
Aligned with the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection (www.icmec.org/education-portal), Le Rosey holds itself to a high standard of effective recruiting practices with specific attention to child protection; background checks are carried out, and any candidate eventually appointed will also be expected to provide evidence of his or her suitability for work with children.
Le Rosey welcomes applications at any time of the year. They are passed on to the appropriate Director of Studies who files those of interest. Applicants may be contacted if there is a possibility of future openings, but this is rare, although it is standard procedure to send acknowledgement of receipt.