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Vacancies

All teaching vacancies are advertised on eteach and the TES website.

Current Governor Opportunities

St. Andrew's is seeking to complement the current strengths of its Board with independent Governors, who will help to provide support, vision and constructive challenge to the leadership of the School.  We have a mixture of professional backgrounds represented on our Board, but what connects us all is a deeply felt commitment to St. Andrew's.  Our Governors are professionals, or retired professionals, with education or business/charity management experience.  People with a legal background would be particularly of relevance to us, but other professional disciplines are also of interest.  If you, or anyone you know, is drawn to this opportunity,  please do get in touch with us at recruitmentgov@standrewswoking.org.uk.  We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Gap Year Students

We source all our gap year students through a company called LetzLive.  Their website is https://www.letzlive.org/  Do contact them directly and they will be able to assist you.

 

Data Protection Notification

Our contact details are St. Andrew’s School, Wilson Way, Horsell, Woking GU21 4QW. Email: clerk@standrewswoking.org.uk

When you apply for a job at St. Andrew’s School we collect the following personal data from you: name, addresses, contact details, educational history and qualifications, employment history, medical history, disabilities, criminal offences, referees. Our purpose is for recruitment and selection of staff.

Our legal basis is that our purpose is also a legitimate interest, with the exception of medical data for which you have given your consent.

We retain the data in the UK for six months after the interview process has completed, unless you are successful when we keep the information for at least 7 years after you leave the school.

You have qualified rights to access, rectify and erase your personal data, and to restrict or object to processing and to make your data portable. You have the right to complain to a Supervisory Authority (eg The Information Commissioner’s Office).