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Inspiring Leaders: Programme Administrator (Maternity Cover)

    

 

 

Programme Administrator, Inspiring Leaders

 

Based at Cotgrave Candleby Lane School

 

Salary: Maternity leave cover, with a view to becoming permanent– Grade 3, point 14-18

£16781 - £18070, 37 hours a week, all year round.

Core hours will be 8.00am- 4.00pm, with some flexible working necessary.

Required immediately

 

Do you want to be part of something amazing?

 

This is an opportunity to join a high performing, exciting organisation to support the development of teachers and school leaders to enable them to continue to make a difference in the schools and pupils they come into contact with.

 

Inspiring Leaders is a partnership of five lead schools consisting of four outstanding Teaching Schools and one Special School, licensed by the Department of Education to deliver a set of National Professional Qualifications for school leaders across the East Midlands and Yorkshire region.

Why wait for the world to change when you can change it yourself?

Inspiring Leaders is part of the Flying High Partnership (FHP) which aims to provide the best possible opportunities for staff and children.

The Flying High Partnership prides itself on employing the very best staff with the pride, passion, commitment and creativity to provide outstanding opportunities and experiences for our staff and children. Our vision is based on: ·

  • Children first—at the heart of everything we do

  • Understanding and engaging with our communities

  • Development of the whole child

  • Collaboration for continuous improvement 

To be the best we need to employ the best and this is reflected in the way we value and develop all roles and individuals within our schools: ·

  • Commitment to continuous professional development and talent management which starts with a comprehensive induction programme and continues through bespoke training and targeted CPD during your time with Inspiring Leaders

  • Working in a supportive partnership within and beyond the central team by a moral purpose underpinned by our core ethos and values

  • Engagement with the FHP and Inspiring Leaders partnerships to visit a range of schools to share best practice and learn from others

  • A competitive salary and employee benefits

  • Recognition and rewards: celebrating the achievements of all

  • An organisation committed to supporting and enabling the wellbeing of all staff

  • Working a supportive, friendly and vibrant team where all staff can contribute to the development of the organisation.  

  • an opportunity to be part of something special, which is continually developing and has the potential to influence the lives of 1000s of children across the region.

 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks.

 

Join our dynamic team

As programme administrator, you will work in a team to provide high quality administrative support for a range of activities, including preparation for large scale residential events and training sessions, participant care and data tracking.

 

Our Programme Administrator will:

 

  • have experience in events administration and data management with excellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise appropriately

  • have an ability to meet tight deadlines and offer high quality customer service

  • be committed to forming strong working relationships with a range of colleagues and stakeholders at all levels.  

  • be an independent and pro-active worker, committed to supporting the aims of our organisations

  • be professional and able to manage confidential information appropriately

  • have forward thinking ideas and be willing to go the extra mile

  • always see the positive and have a sense of humour!

 

A job description, personal spec and application form is available here www.inspiringleaderstoday.com/vacancies

 

We encourage you to make contact to discuss the role. Please call Susanna Russell on 0115 9891913 for further information or if you have any questions.

Closing date:  9am Monday 15th January 2018.

Interview date:  25th January 2018 at Cotgrave Candleby Lane School.

Flying High Partnership: Lead Teacher

 

Lead Teacher

Salary:                 L1- L4 on the lead practitioner (leadership) salary scale.

Start date:          As soon as possible, based on the availability of the applicant

Please apply completing an application form, including personal statement.

Applications should be submitted by 12.00pm on the 7th February

Interviews to take place on the week beginning 12th February

Do you want to be part of something amazing? 

The Flying High Trust is currently recruiting for 3 lead teachers for the following:

  • EYFS

  • KS1

  • KS2

This is a unique opportunity for an excellent practitioner, who wishes to follow an alternative career path to progression into SLT. This post will ensure that you remain grounded in the classroom, focused on relationships with your children whilst having the opportunity to spread your excellent practice and support and enable others. The position will be centrally employed and managed through the central team, however will involve both in school responsibilities and trust wide deployments. The post holder will be deployed to a targeted school, taking on classroom responsibility and providing lead practitioner support across the school to develop the quality of teaching and learning. This targeted school will be agreed on a bi-annual basis based on your geographical availability. This provides an exciting opportunity to experience and impact on a range of schools. The role has the potential to include further opportunity to work with and support other schools, be involved in the design and delivery of CPD and to work across our outstanding teacher training provision, Inspiring Leaders teacher training.

Why wait for the world to change when you can change it yourself?

Do you want to be part of a dynamic school within a wider partnership with a clear direction, which centres on providing the best opportunities for staff and children? 

The Flying High Partnership and our primary schools, pride ourselves on employing the very best staff with the pride, passion, commitment and creativity to provide outstanding opportunities and experiences for our children. Our vision is based on: ·

  • Children first—at the heart of everything we do

  • Understanding and engaging with our communities

  • A primary focused Trust which places children at the centre of all that we do, with aspiration for all children, staff and communities

  • Development of the whole child · Collaboration for continuous improvement 

To be the best we need to employ the best and this is reflected in the way we value and develop all roles and individuals within our schools: ·

  • An unrivalled CPD offer that starts from teacher training all the way through to becoming Head teachers and system leaders

  • Working within a supportive partnership within and beyond your school driven by a moral purpose underpinned by our core ethos and values

  • Working within a developmental, not judgemental, school and partnership

  • Talent management: supporting you to achieve your goals through bespoke training—and the opportunity to progress your career across a partnership of schools

  • Engagement with Trust networks to share best practice and learn from others · A competitive salary and employee benefits

  • Recognition and rewards: celebrating the achievements of all

  • An organisation committed to supporting and enabling the wellbeing of all staff

  • Working in true partnership where all staff can contribute to the development of their school and the wider partnership of schools

We are looking for:

  • An excellent practitioner with a deep understanding of teaching and learning

  • Someone with the drive and determination to really change the lives of children.

  • A team player, who is able to work collaboratively with staff within their own school and across the trust.

  • Committed to forming strong relationships with all children, parents and staff.

  • Someone with a good sense of humour.

To find out more about the posts and to apply please book to attend one of our recruitment events where we will share specific details around the role, application process and the schools that you may be based in.

Flying High Recruitment event 1: Wednesday 24 January 2018, 5:30-7:30pm at Cotgrave Candleby Lane School, NG12 3JG – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/flying-high-partnership-primary-school-recruitment-event-1-tickets-39404765715   

Flying High Recruitment event 2: Wednesday 31 January 2018, 5:30-7:30pm at Flying High Academy Ladybrook, NG19 6EW - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/flying-high-trust-primary-school-recruitment-event-2-tickets-39404894099  

 

For a more informal discussion about the role please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To request an application pack including job description and application form, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Greythorn Primary School: Class Teacher (Maternity Cover - Two Posts)

2 Maternity Cover Posts:

 Y1/2 for 2 days per week- start 26.2.18

Y3/4 Full time- start 16.4.18

 

Greythorn is an exciting place to work! Committed to improving our school to make it one of the best in the universe, we are also part of the Flying High Trust, which offers numerous opportunities to develop your career as a teacher.

 

We need two excellent, committed and enthusiastic teacher to work in our school while two of our permanent staff are on maternity leave. We have a vacancy to job-share a class of Y1 & 2 children, (0.4 timetable/2 days per week). Then, starting after Easter, we have a vacancy for a fulltime Y3/4 class teacher.

 

If you are someone who could make a strong contribution to our staff team and help our well-motivated children make very good progress, we would like to hear from you. Our teachers work hard to provide a positive, stimulating learning environment whilst demanding the highest standards of effort and achievement. In return, you will be part of a supportive and positive team who plan together, to ensure that children have high quality and consistent provision across each of the phases in our school.

 

The successful candidate will:

  • Have high expectations of children’s learning and behaviour
  • Be committed to helping every child achieve their potential both academically and personally
  • Be experienced at helping children reach high standards
  • Work effectively as part of a team

 

Greythorn will offer:

  • A kind and caring learning community that is well regarded by parents
  • Well motivated children who try their hardest at their learning
  • A positive, inclusive school ethos in a vibrant multicultural community
  • A team approach to planning and working together
  • A bright, modern learning environment
  • Excellent career prospects as part of the Flying High Trust

 

Greythorn Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people; therefore this post is subject to a successful enhanced DBS disclosure.

 

Visits to the school are encouraged.  For visit dates, further details about the school and roles including application details please visit our school website.

 

Closing date: 12.00pm  Friday 26th January 2018