Job Vacancies @ JSTC


Occasionally a vacancy will become available at JSTC. Sometimes the vacancy can be for an existing job (i.e. a teaching or support position), but could be for an entirely new role identified within our every-growing desire to enable students to succeed in a modern world.


Vacancies, their details and information on how to apply will be posted below:

Teacher of Geography

Required for September 2021


Full or Part Time considered and suitable for NQTs


We are seeking to appoint, for September 2021, an enthusiastic and motivated Geography teacher.  The vacancy provides a tremendous opportunity for a new member of staff in a flourishing, forward thinking and successful school, and friendly and supportive Humanities department.


We are looking for:

  • A teacher who can teach across the ability and age range
  • An excellent practitioner with a passion for teaching Geography
  • A team player who relishes opportunities to collaborate with colleagues
  • Relentless ambition for all students and total belief in their capabilities


We can offer you:

  • A friendly and highly supportive working atmosphere
  • Career development opportunities
  • Continuing professional development, including National Professional Qualifications
  • Collaborative planning with shared schemes of learning and resources
  • An emphasis on coaching to support professional development
  • A strong culture of wellbeing which embraces personalised care of staff and students
  • Cooperative students and a well-managed behaviour system
  • Comprehensive induction programme
  • Cycle to work scheme


Please contact the Headteacher’s Secretary for an application form and further information by email: or direct telephone 01507 464308. Alternatively, application packs are available below in the Download links.


Completed applications should be emailed to the Headteacher’s Secretary or posted to the school.


JSTC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Therefore, the successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.


John Spendluffe Technology College,

Hanby Lane, Alford,


LN13 9BL


Closing date: 12 noon Monday 24 May 2021

Provisional Interview date: Thursday 27 May 2021


Important Downloads:

Teacher of Geography

Application Pack

Application Form - Teaching Staff (Word)

Application Form - Teaching Staff (PDF)

DBS Letter

Clerk to the Governing Body – Permanent

Salary G4 SCP09 £19,698 for full time equivalent –

salary for pro-rata role approximately £1,785 per annum


Hours of Work: 10-15 hours a month (subject to 6 monthly review).

Please note hours are variable depending on needs of the school.


Working weeks: 40 working weeks per year mainly during term time within the school academic year.


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dynamic, flexible and professional individual with great organisation skills and proven administrative experience to support the Governing Body of John Spendluffe Technology College.


The successful applicant will play a vital role, supporting our governors to provide the school with its strategic role of leadership, support and guidance. The position will involve working within the school when Governor meetings take place and at home when carrying out other duties.


The Clerk will oversee the organisation of meetings, typically on Monday or Wednesday evenings at 5 pm, generally lasting an hour for Committee Meetings and 2 hours for Full Governor Meetings.  Some additional meetings may take place in the late afternoon and therefore flexibility is essential.  The Clerk will record accurate minutes, advise on changes in legislation, policy, governance, constitutional issues and support the Chair and other governors as required.  Full professional training will be given to the successful candidate.  A self-motivated person is required with the ability to work under their own initiative, manage deadlines, have an eye for detail and keep accurate records. The ability to remain impartial, possess excellent communication skills and maintain confidentiality are essential, as well as being able to comply with GDPR requirements, DfE legislation and National Governors’ Association (NGA) advice.


As part of this role, there is a requirement to undertake a Clerks' development programme (unless already completed) as well as an 'accredited clerk qualification' through the NGA.  It is a requirement to have access to the internet at home but a laptop will be provided.  Excellent Microsoft Office skills are essential and meetings may be convened virtually (via Microsoft TEAMS) or traditionally in person, which will require travel to the school site.


If you would like to discuss this position prior to a formal application, or for further details, please contact Jon Treasurer, Business Manager, on 01507 464301.  Please note we do not accept CVs. Completed applications should be emailed to the Headteacher’s Secretary; or posted to the school.


John Spendluffe Technology College,

Hanby Lane, Alford,


LN13 9BL


John Spendluffe Technology College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Closing date: 12 noon Tuesday 25 May 2021

Provisional Interview date: Week commencing Monday 7 June 2021


Important Downloads:

Clerk to the Governors

Job Description

Application Form - Support Staff (Word)

Application Form - Support Staff (PDF)

DBS Letter

Events Calendar

John Spendluffe Technology College

Hanby Lane


LN13 9BL