Employment Opportunities

Join our team

We employ around 220 staff all with unique skills and abilities. Working here will give you the opportunity to work in a dynamic, stimulating and friendly environment.

In reward for your commitment to King’s, you will receive the following:

  • Competitive salary
  • Technology appropriate to your job
  • Free staff lunch on the days you work during term time
  • Health and wellbeing and employee assistance programmes
  • Teachers’ Pension Scheme or Scottish Widows Group Personal Pension Plan
  • The support of skilled and enthusiastic management and colleagues

If you are considering relocating to the area you may find this Moving to Chester booklet useful.



Alumni and Events Officer

The School requires an Alumni and Events Officer to join their busy Development Team.

The Development Office manages relations with the ongoing community of King’s current and former pupils, parent, staff, Governors and friends, providing social opportunities, cultivating relationships and fundraising.

This position is full time with core hours being Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5pm, all year round. Some occasional out of hours work at evenings and weekends will be required and will be compensated with time off in lieu.

The Alumni and Events Officer will work with the Head of Development in establishing a successful Development Office, managing all aspects of alumni relations, database administration, event co-ordination and support fundraising efforts. The nature of the post requires a flexible attitude to work.

Closing date: 5pm on Friday 25th May 2018

Further Info Download Application Form (Word) Application Form (PDF)



Facilities Operator (Flexible Working Bank Staff)

The King’s School Chester are looking to appoint flexible, hard-working, enthusiastic, reliable, honest and committed Facilities Operators who will ensure that our children learn in a safe, clean, healthy and inspiring environment.

You will be an important member of our school team and have a positive approach to this key role.

Are you:

  • Dedicated, hardworking and take pride in your high standard of work?
  • A team player who is friendly and professional, relating well to adults and children?
  • Are you responsible, flexible and reliable with a good understanding of health and safety requirements?
  • Have good interpersonal skills and be able to work on your own initiative?
  • Are you prepared to undertake a range of varied activities?

Please apply by sending your cv to recruitment@kingschester.co.uk.

For further information on the role, please email Head of Estates on mwj@kingschester.co.uk


Note: All our appointments follow the procedures laid out in our Equal Opportunities and Child Protection policies