Working at Milton Abbey School

Please see below details of all Academic and Support Staff vacancies at the School.  

Applications for vacancies must be submitted on a Milton Abbey School application form which is available to download from the box on this page, along with a covering letter. Your application can be supported by a CV, however applications purely annotated “see attached CV” will not be considered.

When applying for an academic vacancy please address your letter to the Head. For support vacancies, please address your letter to the Bursar. In both instances, please send your application to:

Miss Lynne Hughes
HR Administrator
Milton Abbey School
Blandford Forum
Dorset
DT11 0BZ

Current Vacancies

Registered Qualified Nurse or Paramedic - Bank

We have vacancies in our in-house Medical Centre providing high quality nursing care 24/7 for pupils during term time.  The roles are diverse and rewarding and applicants should be confident to work autonomously and keen to support and influence the lives of the young people in their care. 
 
Bank Nurse or Paramedic – The posts are term time only, involving evenings, overnight and some weekends.  If you are interested in joining our Bank of Nurses who are RN or RSCN qualified or a Paramedic with HCPC qualification, you should have a minimum of 2 years post-qualification experience. 
 

Girls' Housemistress

Applications are invited for a new Housemistress to join the existing Hodgkinson house team and manage this girls’ boarding house.
The successful applicant will ideally have had boarding experience and look forward to embracing the opportunities and challenges that are present in running a boarding house in a 24/7 full boarding school environment.
This is a rewarding pastoral role responsible for approximately 40 boarders between the ages of 13 and 18.  The successful applicant will be responsible for the physical, emotional and spiritual welfare, discipline and development of the pupils in the House by acting in loco parentis.  In addition to House duties, the successful applicant will be required to teach a reduced timetable and make a strong contribution to the broader life of the school.