Stamford - A Great Place to Live and Work
The Stamford Endowed Schools offer rich and varied employment opportunities, whether on our teaching staff or as a member of the operations staff team. The Schools are a close community and offer their staff challenging and enjoyable careers. The town of Stamford is a beautiful setting and was named by the Sunday Times as the ‘Best Place to Live in Britain.’ We welcome you to browse the jobs available below and consider a career at our Schools.
Safeguarding our Pupils
The Stamford Schools are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the disclosure and barring service (DBS)
All positions at the school are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, therefore ALL convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings (including those which would normally be considered ‘spent’ under the Act) must be declared, subject to the DBS filtering rules . All information given will be treated as confidential and each case will be taken on its merits. Failure to disclose this information may result in the withdrawal of an offer of employment or the immediate termination of employment.
All positions within the school are deemed to be engaged in ‘Regulated Activity’ unless otherwise stated.
Please refer to the Applicant Explanatory Notes accompanying each on-line advert for further guidance.
Living and Working in Stamford
Stamford is a historic market town of outstanding architectural beauty and provides a very attractive place in which to live and work. The Schools occupy three sites close to the center of Stamford. Widely recognised as one of England’s finest stone towns, Stamford is a very desirable place in which to live. Situated in South Lincolnshire, Stamford is a delightful small town with a thriving community. A town rich in culture and amenities, Stamford has a huge amount to offer its residents, including a wide array of shops, cafes and restaurants. There are plenty of recreational opportunities to keep you entertained, with two theatres, sports and leisure facilities and many societies and clubs.
Stamford is privileged to be surrounded by beautiful countryside and quintessentially English villages, offering scenic country walks and places to enjoy outdoor pursuits, such as nearby Rutland Water. Among other local historical sites, Stamford shares a border with the magnificent Burghley House Estate, which hosts the annual Burghley Horse Trials; one of the most prestigious national equestrian events. Stamford is located approximately 14 miles from Peterborough and has excellent road (A1 North/South; A43/A14 West) and rail links (East Coast mainline from Peterborough) which enable many larger centres, including London, to be reached in just over an hour.
The Schools are a part of the great heritage of Stamford and a symbol of its vibrancy and evolution. The Schools have been established in Stamford since 1532, undergoing many changes but consistently providing a first-class education for their children. Today the Schools remain interwoven with Stamford life, to which our students, teachers and parents contribute greatly.