[Closed] Vacancy – Assistant Head in the Primary School

The Archbishop’s Seminary is seeking applications from qualified, eligible educators with the requested qualifications and experience in a licensed school for the post of Assistant Head of The Archbishop’s Seminary Primary School.

The assistant head of school is appointed by an Interview Board and is accountable to the head of school and to the Rector.

This call is open to all Church Schools teachers in possession of a permanent warrant and who have not less than ten (10) scholastic years teaching experience on the closing date of the call for applications, five (5) years of which would be in a Church School. Years of experience as Head of Department Curriculum shall be deemed reckonable as part of the required years of teaching experience for the purposes of eligibility.

Furthermore, as per the collective agreement signed by the Church Authorities and the Malta Union of Teachers (2018), the eligibility criteria mentioned in the call document (linked below), will take into consideration all previous years of satisfactory service in the relevant grade and qualifications accrued by applicants. As such, service in higher or equivalent roles by the closing time and date of the call for applications, which may include roles not regulated by the same agreement, will not exclude potential candidates in applying and gaining eligibility for equivalent and/or lower grades.

Please refer to the full document for the above mentioned call, linked below.

Applications, together with a summary of qualifications and experience in the European Curriculum Vitae format as well as the names and contact numbers of three (3) referees will be received by:

The Archbishop’s Seminary,
Tal-Virtù Road,
Rabat,
RBT 2604
Malta,

by not later than noon (Central European Time) of Wednesday 22nd July 2020.

Scanned copies of covering letter and CV may be sent electronically to the head of school on vacancies@maltaseminary.org

A receipt will be sent to applicants.

Applications by post should be sent by registered mail, allowing sufficient time to ensure delivery by the above deadline. These applications will be acknowledged in writing by the office of the Rector within five (5) working days.