Anglian Learning Trust vacancy – Chief Executive Officer
Salary: £115,000 to £125,000 CEO_Application_Pack AL_Teacher_application_form_Sep_2017
This vacancy is a unique opportunity to join a growing and ambitious Trust and to lead the shaping of an exemplar management model within education. The Trust is facing exciting changes and challenges and the post holder will need to build on our current strengths and develop structures and in-house central services to solidify and embed best practice across the Trust. The postholder will have the necessary agility to respond to change and challenge in the educational sector and will lead the outward facing work of the Trust
The public image and strategic leadership that the postholder will provide will maintain, promote and develop the values and ethos of the Trust. The legacy to the educational sector will be a multi-academy trust which provides outstanding educational opportunities to all students, enables young people to develop to their full potential in all areas of their lives and supports the shaping of the next generation.
The position is suitable for an inspirational and innovative leader, committed to continual improvement who can lead the Trust in its growth strategy. He or she will have proven operational and strategic leadership and management experience. We are seeking a candidate with excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to strengthen partnerships and with a strong commitment to our values. In return, we can offer you a rewarding future in a friendly and supportive environment, within a team of dedicated and talented staff who are committed to providing an outstanding education to all of the young people in our care.
Anglian Learning, a unique trust working in partnerships
Anglian Learning actively pursues a collective responsibility for achieving excellent outcomes for all learners across the Trust through clusters of self-sustaining, community-based schools that celebrate innovation, creativity and individuality.
We aim to raise achievement of all young people and use the collective energy of the Trust to improve life
- Developing a dynamic and inspirational culture for teaching and learning excellence.
- Providing students with stimulating and valuable enrichment opportunities across the curriculum.
- Building a curriculum and assessment structure that will enable teachers, pupils and parents to celebrate success and respond swiftly to challenges.
- Encouraging innovation and risk-taking through a focus on research and best practice locally, nationally and internationally.
- Promoting, enabling and supporting leadership at all levels to flourish in individual schools and across the Trust.
- Providing CPD opportunities for staff at all levels in the trust
Our Charter focuses on the key behaviours required within learning, leadership and operations which will enable the Trust to transform aspiration into a reality.
To make an application please complete the Anglian Learning Application Form, together with a Letter of Application, of no more than 2 sides of A4, outlining how your skills and experiences will enable you to be successful in this role.
Please send your application to Ms Kathryn Oliver, Director of HR at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 7th March 2018
Interviews: 27th & 28th March 2018
The Governing Body is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Bassingbourn Village College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.
Application forms : Application forms should be completed and returned to the College with a covering letter.
We do not accept CVs.
Teaching staff: AL Teacher application form.pdf Word version
Non-teaching staff (including exam invigilators) AL Support Staff application form.pdf Word version
Disclosure of criminal record declaration form.pdf Disclosure of criminal record delcaration form Word version
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Looking for some part-time, casual work?
Bassingbourn Village College require the following casual part-time staff:
Casual Site Assistant
A person who would like to help the site team out when we are short of staff, on an ‘as required’ basis and may involve some DIY, liaising with contractors, security, painting, litter picking, heavy lifting and other tasks. This person must be able to respond to our requests possibly at short notice. The hours would be as required at the time, may involve some occasional weekend and evening work, and may also involve occasionally working in our Sports Centre.
Rate of pay will be scale 2, point 12 (£16123 pa, £8.36 per hour, £9.36 including holiday pay)
Casual General cleaner
A person who would like to help clean the school during daytime term-time hours when our current cleaner is away. Training will be given. This person should be able to respond to our requests possibly at short notice. The cleaning area will be inside the main school: corridors, carpets, toilets, emptying bins and keeping the school looking clean and tidy throughout the day.
Rate of pay will be scale 1A, point 6 (£15014 pa, £7.78 per hour, £8.71 with holiday pay), including a cooked lunch on the day you work.
To apply for either positions, please complete a support staff application form and return to Mrs S Smith at the college by post or email to: email@example.com with a covering letter detailing why you think you are suitable for the role. If you would like more information about either position, please contact Mrs Isherwood by phone (01763 242344) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bassingbourn Village College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Appointments made are subject to a Disclosure and Barring check and satisfactory references.