HAST Vacancies


Educational Communicator - 27.5 hours per week, term time only

NJC payscale 18-21, £18,870 - £20,541 FTE (actual salary £12,190 - £13, 271)

Harlington Area Schools Trust (HAST) is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed person to join a team of skilled Educational Communicators supporting hearing impaired students in HAST’s resource provisions and mainstream classrooms.  

We are seeking to appoint communicators providing BSL at a minimum of level 2 supported by GCSE grade Cs, or equivalent, in English and Maths.

HAST encourages applications from communicators working towards level 2 or level 1 or from prospective communicators who can demonstrate deaf aware skills and would be committed to undertake BSL level 1 / level 2 training.  Experience of working with hearing impaired students is desirable, as is a clean driving licence.


For an information pack for any of our vacancies, please contact:

Catherine Bianco, HAST Business Manager, Room 15, Enterprise House, Building 52, Wrest Park, Silsoe, Beds, MK45 4HR

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Tel:  01525 306942



Harlington Upper School


Teacher of Music - part time (0.8) maternity cover from March 2019

We are looking for a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher of Music to join a successful and dedicated department.  The successful applicant should be qualified to teach KS3, GCSE and A Level, and proficient keyboard skills are advantageous.

Teacher of History - full or part time, from April 2019 or earlier

This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced teacher or a NQT to join a successful and dedicated department.  History is a popular subject, with over 120 students choosing to study the subject.

Learning Supervisor - 30 hours per week, term time only

NJC payscale level 3D, actual salary £13,264 - £14,438

The purpose of this post is to cover a lesson in the teacher's absence.  The post may be suitable for someone with an interest in developing a career in school, or as the first steps to a career in teaching.  The successful applicant should have a genuine interest and enthusiasm for working in a demanding Upper School environment, with the satisfaction of helping young people to learn.


For more information and an application form for any of these vacancies, visit the school website at www.harlington.org/vacancies






HAST and the HAST schools are fully committed to the safeguarding and protecting of children.  We promote equality and diversity and follow rigorous selection processes.  Appointments will be subject to HAST's safeguarding procedures, with references taken up and a Disclosure and Barring Scheme certificate required for all appointments.