Attendance Officer

 Deadline for applications:        Midday, Wednesday 18th April 2018

Start date:                                As soon as possible

Salary:                                     Grade H Point 23 £18,182.61 pro-rata (£21,268 FTE) – Point 27 £20,674.81 pro rata (£24,174 FTE)

Contract:                                  37 hours per week, 7.5 hours a day (8.30 – 4.30 with 30 minute lunch 4 days per week and 1 day of 7 hours of 8.30 – 4.00 with a 30 minute lunch).

                                                39 weeks per year (term time + INSET days)

We are seeking to appoint an Attendance Officer to join our existing team to help support our students across the school.  If you are a passionate supporter of young people and dedicated to the idea that all our students should reach their full potential, then we would like to hear from you. Experience and qualifications are important, but the ability to communicate effectively and build positive relationships with young people from a variety of backgrounds is vital.

This is a non-teaching role but you will be in daily contact with students as you support their emotional well-being, engagement with the learning process, welfare and attendance.

 Prince William School is located in Oundle, within easy commuting distance of Peterborough, Stamford, Huntingdon, Wellingborough, and Corby.  It is a vibrant and friendly school with enthusiastic, well-behaved students who are eager to achieve the best they can.  We have high expectations for all, and our aim is simple: to be the best school in Northamptonshire and beyond for every student, no matter what their ability or aspirations.

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references, DBS and medical checks.

 How to apply

Please email eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk or visit the Vacancies section of the school website www.princewilliamschool.co.uk (under News) for an application pack. Please include a letter of not more than 2 sides of A4 outlining your experiences that are relevant to the post. Please address your letter to Miss E. Knight.

 Applications to be returned by email to eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk by noon on Wednesday 18th April 2018.

Pastoral Manager

Deadline for applications:        Midday, Wednesday 18th April 2018

Start date:                                As soon as possible

Salary:                                     Grade I Point 28 £21,350.45 pro-rata (£24,964 FTE) – Point 32 £24,361.79 pro rata (£28,485 FTE)

Contract:                                  37 hours per week, 7.5 hours a day (8.30 – 4.30 with 30 minute lunch 4 days per week and 1 day of 7 hours of 8.30 – 4.00 with a 30 minute lunch).

                                                39 weeks per year (term time + INSET days)

 We are seeking to appoint a Pastoral Manager to join our existing team to manage the Pastoral Office and lead the Student Welfare Officers in ensuring any student misbehaviour is responded to quickly, and in supporting students who have particular welfare needs.  You will support the work of the Heads of House and Vice Principal in responding to and resolving any incidents of poor behaviour or bullying quickly and appropriately.

You will ensure the isolation room is supervised at all times, including break and lunchtimes and that the students are undertaking work during isolation.

Experience and qualifications are important, but the ability to communicate effectively and build positive relationships with young people from a variety of backgrounds is vital.

This is a non-teaching role but you will be in daily contact with students as you support their emotional well-being, engagement with the learning process, welfare and attendance.

 Prince William School is located in Oundle, within easy commuting distance of Peterborough, Stamford, Huntingdon, Wellingborough, and Corby.  It is a vibrant and friendly school with enthusiastic, well-behaved students who are eager to achieve the best they can.  We have high expectations for all, and our aim is simple: to be the best school in Northamptonshire and beyond for every student, no matter what their ability or aspirations.

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references, DBS and medical checks.

 How to apply

Please email eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk or visit the Vacancies section of the school website www.princewilliamschool.co.uk (under News) for an application pack. Please include a letter of not more than 2 sides of A4 outlining your experiences that are relevant to the post. Please address your letter to Miss E. Knight.

 Applications to be returned by email to eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk by noon on Wednesday 18th April 2018.

 

 

Sixth Form Guidance & Support Officer

 Deadline for applications:        Midday, Wednesday 18th April 2018

Start date:                                As soon as possible

Salary:                                     Grade H Point 23 £17,647.90 pro-rata (£21,268 FTE) – Point 27 £20,059.26 pro rata (£24,174 FTE)

Contract:                                  35 hours per week, 7.5 hours a day (8.30 – 4.00 with 30 minute lunch)

40 weeks a year (Term time + INSET days results + 5 evening events per year (equivalent to 2 days) + 2 days for A level results + 1 day for GCSE)

 We are seeking to appoint a Sixth Form Guidance & Support Officer to join our sixth form team to help support our students.

The key purpose of the post is to provide day-to-day pastoral support, advice and guidance for students in the sixth form and promote their emotional well-being, engagement, and attendance throughout their time in the sixth form.

If you are a passionate supporter of young people and dedicated to the idea that all our students should reach their full potential, then we would like to hear from you. Experience and qualifications are important, but the ability to communicate effectively and build positive relationships with young people from a variety of backgrounds is vital.

This is a non-teaching role but you will be in daily contact with students as you support their emotional well-being, engagement with the learning process, welfare and attendance.

 Prince William School is located in Oundle, within easy commuting distance of Peterborough, Stamford, Huntingdon, Wellingborough, and Corby.  It is a vibrant and friendly school with enthusiastic, well-behaved students who are eager to achieve the best they can.  We have high expectations for all, and our aim is simple: to be the best school in Northamptonshire and beyond for every student, no matter what their ability or aspirations.

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references, DBS and medical checks.

 How to apply

Please email eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk or visit the Vacancies section of the school website www.princewilliamschool.co.uk (under News) for an application pack. Please include a letter of not more than 2 sides of A4 outlining your experiences that are relevant to the post. Please address your letter to Miss E. Knight.

 Applications to be returned by email to eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk by noon on Wednesday 18th April 2018.

 Teacher of Science – 3rd in Department

Salary:                                                  MPS/UPS + TLR 2a (£2,667)

Contract:                                             Permanent, full time

Start date:                                          September 2018

Prince William School is a vibrant and friendly 11-18 school (1100 students on roll) located in Oundle, within easy commutable distance from Peterborough, Stamford, Wellingborough, Huntingdon and Corby.

Due to an expansion of the curriculum for core subjects we are excited to offer this newly created opportunity for an inspirational and ambitious teacher of Science to join our successful team as the 3rd in department. The successful applicant will join a supportive team, working alongside a well-established and very able Science department. You will be passionate about Science and have the drive to be part of a forward thinking department, focused on developing exciting and engaging learning experiences. This position would suit an aspiring teacher of Science looking for an opportunity to develop their teaching and learning and leadership skill. The exact responsibilities of this post would be negotiated with the successful candidate.

We have incredible students at Prince William. We are passionate about providing them with the best possible education and we place them at the heart of everything we do. Our students are well behaved, happy, engaging, and inquisitive individuals, and they are very proud to be Prince William Students; they have high aspirations and look to all our staff to guide them on that journey.  Equally impressive are our staff who work tirelessly to achieve our excellent results and to help each student truly achieve their best.  We are extremely proud to have such wonderful colleagues and grateful for the life chances they are giving our young people.

We see the investment in our staff as crucial as we look to build on previous successes for our students and the school. The successful candidate will be given tailored career progression opportunities and continued investment from a caring senior management team who are keen to support staff to develop both personally and professionally.
You will be joining the school at an exciting time as examination results across the whole school at both A level and GCSE have seen rapid improvement and the school is expanding. In 2017, 70% achieved grade 4+ in both English and Maths, 49% achieved grade 5+ in both English and Maths, and our Progress 8 score was +0.36, putting the school in the top 19% of schools nationally for progress.  At A level, 55% attained A* – B and the proportion of students achieving AAB or better was 19%.

We welcome applications from colleagues who want to be part of a positive and successful team in this very exciting time for the school.

 The successful candidate will:

  • be an enthusiastic teacher who inspires students to learn,
  • be committed to delivering high-quality lessons for students of all abilities,
  • be passionate about the importance of the teaching of mathematics, and
  • have a sense of humour!

We offer:

 a committed and supportive team,

  • superb career development opportunities,
  • students with good attitudes to learning and a desire to learn,
  • a personalised approach to CPD,
  • a caring and approachable senior management team, and if needed
  • an onsite nursery run by a private company.

If you are a committed teacher who shares our passion for educating motivated and enthusiastic students, we would love to hear from you. Applications are welcome from both newly qualified and more experienced teachers.

How to apply

For more information, an application pack and to apply, please contact Mike Sherwin on:

T: 0116 253 2389 / 07525 889925
E: princewilliamschool@hays.com

Closing date: Noon, Monday 23rd April 2018.

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references and DBS check.

 

Teacher of Science

Salary:                                                  MPS/UPS (suitable for NQTs)

Contract:                                             Permanent, full time

Start date:                                          September 2018

Prince William School is a vibrant and friendly 11-18 school (1100 students on roll) located in Oundle, within easy commutable distance from Peterborough, Stamford, Wellingborough, Huntingdon and Corby.

Due to an expansion of the curriculum for core subjects, we are excited to offer this fantastic opportunity for two ambitious teachers of Science to join our supportive team from September 2018. The successful applicant will be passionate about science and have the drive to be part of a forward thinking department, focused on developing exciting and engaging learning experiences. You will benefit from the support of a well-established and very able Science department, and the opportunity to teach A level.  The ability to teach Chemistry to A level for one of these posts would be an advantage.

We have incredible students at Prince William. We are passionate about providing them with the best possible education and we place them at the heart of everything we do. Our students are well behaved, happy, engaging, and inquisitive individuals, and they are very proud to be Prince William Students; they have high aspirations and look to all our staff to guide them on that journey.  Equally impressive are our staff who work tirelessly to achieve our excellent results and to help each student truly achieve their best.  We are extremely proud to have such wonderful colleagues and grateful for the life chances they are giving our young people.

We see the investment in our staff as crucial as we look to build on previous successes for our students and the school. The successful candidate will be given tailored career progression opportunities and continued investment from a caring senior management team who are keen to support staff to develop both personally and professionally.  If an NQT is appointed, they will benefit from the support of a mentor who is a science teacher, as well as the supervision of a member of the Senior Leadership team with responsibility for Teaching and Learning.

You will be joining the school at an exciting time as examination results across the whole school at both A level and GCSE have seen rapid improvement and the school is expanding. In 2017, 70% achieved grade 4+ in both English and Maths, 49% achieved grade 5+ in both English and Maths, and our Progress 8 score was +0.36, putting the school in the top 19% of schools nationally for progress.  At A level, 55% attained A* – B and the proportion of students achieving AAB or better was 19%.

We welcome applications from colleagues who want to be part of a positive and successful team in this very exciting time for the school.

 The successful candidate will:

  • be an enthusiastic teacher who inspires students to learn,
  • be committed to delivering high-quality lessons for students of all abilities,
  • be passionate about the importance of the teaching of science, and
  • have a sense of humour!

We offer:

 a committed and supportive team,

  • superb career development opportunities,
  • students with good attitudes to learning and a desire to learn,
  • a personalised approach to CPD,
  • a caring and approachable senior management team, and if needed
  • an onsite nursery run by a private company.

If you are a committed teacher who shares our passion for educating motivated and enthusiastic students, we would love to hear from you. Applications are welcome from both newly qualified and more experienced teachers.

How to apply

For more information, an application pack and to apply, please contact Mike Sherwin on:

T: 0116 253 2389 / 07525 889925
E: princewilliamschool@hays.com

Closing date: Noon, Monday 23rd April 2018.

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references and DBS check.

Teacher of Mathematics

Salary:                                                  MPS/UPS (suitable for NQTs)

Contract:                                             Permanent, full time

Start date:                                          September 2018

Prince William School is a vibrant and friendly 11-18 school (1100 students on roll) located in Oundle, within easy commutable distance from Peterborough, Stamford, Wellingborough, Huntingdon and Corby.

Due to an expansion of the curriculum for core subjects, we are excited to offer this fantastic opportunity for an ambitious teacher of Mathematics to join our supportive team from September 2018. The successful applicant will be passionate about mathematics and have the drive to be part of a forward thinking department, focused on developing exciting and engaging learning experiences. You will benefit from the support of a well-established and very able maths department, with the opportunity to teach A level, if desired.

We have incredible students at Prince William. We are passionate about providing them with the best possible education and we place them at the heart of everything we do. Our students are well behaved, happy, engaging, and inquisitive individuals, and they are very proud to be Prince William Students; they have high aspirations and look to all our staff to guide them on that journey.  Equally impressive are our staff who work tirelessly to achieve our excellent results and to help each student truly achieve their best.  We are extremely proud to have such wonderful colleagues and grateful for the life chances they are giving our young people.

We see the investment in our staff as crucial as we look to build on previous successes for our students and the school. The successful candidate will be given tailored career progression opportunities and continued investment from a caring senior management team who are keen to support staff to develop both personally and professionally.  If an NQT is appointed, they will benefit from the support of a mentor who is a maths teacher, as well as the supervision of a member of the Senior Leadership team with responsibility for Teaching and Learning.

You will be joining the school at an exciting time as examination results across the whole school at both A level and GCSE have seen rapid improvement and the school is expanding. In 2017, 70% achieved grade 4+ in both English and Maths, 49% achieved grade 5+ in both English and Maths, and our Progress 8 score was +0.36, putting the school in the top 19% of schools nationally for progress.  At A level, 55% attained A* – B and the proportion of students achieving AAB or better was 19%.

We welcome applications from colleagues who want to be part of a positive and successful team in this very exciting time for the school.

 The successful candidate will:

  • be an enthusiastic teacher who inspires students to learn,
  • be committed to delivering high-quality lessons for students of all abilities,
  • be passionate about the importance of the teaching of mathematics, and
  • have a sense of humour!

We offer:

 a committed and supportive team,

  • superb career development opportunities,
  • students with good attitudes to learning and a desire to learn,
  • a personalised approach to CPD,
  • a caring and approachable senior management team, and if needed
  • an onsite nursery run by a private company.

If you are a committed teacher who shares our passion for educating motivated and enthusiastic students, we would love to hear from you. Applications are welcome from both newly qualified and more experienced teachers.

How to apply

For more information, an application pack and to apply, please contact Mike Sherwin on:

T: 0116 253 2389 / 07525 889925
E: princewilliamschool@hays.com

Closing date: Noon, Monday 23rd April 2018.

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references and DBS check.

Head of Governance

Start date:                  ASAP

Salary range:              Up to £35,000            

Closing date:               Noon, 6 April 2018

Interview:                   18 April 2018

Full-time

Permanent

EMLC Academy Trust (EMLC AT) is looking for an experienced governance professional to take forward and embed strong governance and good practice across the trust.

EMLC AT is a Multi Academy Trust based in Olney, Buckinghamshire and deliberately all its schools are within an hour drive of the central office.  Since incorporation, the MAT now includes five primary academies, one secondary academy and one all-through 4-19 Free School.

Vision, Values and Purpose

‘Every child deserves to be the best they can be’

We are driven by a strong moral purpose that every child has the right to outstanding teaching and leadership.  It is our mission to work with our children, their parents and carers and our staff to create excellent schools.

This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with an excellent track record to contribute at a strategic level.  We are looking for an exceptional individual experienced in governance practice.  You will be highly organised, self-motivating and flexible.  You may have experience of undertaking a company secretary role.

You will also have experience of advising senior stakeholders and will be an excellent communicator.

The successful candidate will manage all meetings at Board and Local Governing Body level within the trust.  You must have the ability to work in a fast pace environment to high levels of accuracy.

How to apply

To apply for this role, please request an application pack to ruhena.mahmood@emlcacademytrust.co.uk

Please complete and return the Job Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and email to the above email address.

Please note, CVs are not accepted.

If you would like more information, or to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Hena Mahmood via email or call 01234 880166. All enquires will be treated confidentially.

Interviews will take place on 18 April 2018.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

 

 

Internal Recruitment and HR Manager

Start date: ASAP

Salary range:              Up to £23,000 + commission             

Closing date:               Noon, 6 April 2018

Interview:                   19 April 2018

Full-time

Permanent

EMLC Academy Trust (EMLC AT) is embarking on an exciting time of growth.  The Internal Recruitment Consultant and HR Manager will play a key role in achieving this.  The post holder will be responsible for delivering all facets of recruiting successfully throughout the trust and supporting the HR function.

EMLC AT is a Multi Academy Trust based in Olney, Buckinghamshire and deliberately all its schools are within an hour drive of the central office.  Since incorporation, the MAT now includes five primary academies, one secondary academy and one all-through 4-19 Free School.

Vision, Values and Purpose

‘Every child deserves to be the best they can be’

We are driven by a strong moral purpose that every child has the right to outstanding teaching and leadership.  It is our mission to work with our children, their parents and carers and our staff to create excellent schools.

This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with an excellent track record.  The role will involve working closely with colleagues across the trust and our schools.  We are looking for a team player who is committed to developing recruitment activities within the trust and its schools.

The successful applicant will have a sales or recruitment consultant background and be committed, self-motivated and target driven.

You will also support the HR function of the trust, ensuring all HR processes are followed, maintaining and updating of employee records and have the opportunity to implement new initiatives and functions as the needs of the trust change and develop.

How to apply

To apply for this role, please request an application pack to ruhena.mahmood@emlcacademytrust.co.uk

Please complete and return the Job Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and email to the above email address.

Please note, CVs are not accepted.

If you would like more information, or to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Hena Mahmood via email or call 01234 880166. All enquires will be treated confidentially.

Interviews will take place on 19 April 2018.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

 

Stakeholder and Engagement Manager

Start date: ASAP

Salary range:              £28,000 – £35,000      

Closing date:               Noon, 6 April 2018

Interview:                   20 April 2018

Full-time

Permanent

EMLC Academy Trust (EMLC AT) is embarking on an exciting time of growth.  The Stakeholder and Engagement Manager will play a key role in achieving this, delivering PR, marketing and digital activity to support the Trust and our schools.

EMLC AT is a Multi Academy Trust based in Olney, Buckinghamshire and deliberately all its schools are within an hour drive of the central office.  Since incorporation, the MAT now includes five primary academies, one secondary academy and one all-through 4-19 Free School.

Vision, Values and Purpose

‘Every child deserves to be the best they can be’

We are driven by a strong moral purpose that every child has the right to outstanding teaching and leadership.  It is our mission to work with our children, their parents and carers and our staff to create excellent schools.

This is an exciting opportunity for an individual with extensive knowledge and expertise. The role will involve working closely with colleagues across the trust and our schools.  We are looking for a team player who is committed to developing marketing and communications activities within the trust and its schools.

The post holder will work closely with the key regional journalists to deliver positive media coverage for the trust, raising awareness and celebrating impact and success around the trust’s work for young people.

You will have a good knowledge of the media and their needs, an ability to prioritise and meet deadlines and will be comfortable juggling between press, marketing and social media activities.

You will also have experience of advising senior stakeholders and will be an excellent communicator.

How to apply

To apply for this role, please request an application pack to ruhena.mahmood@emlcacademytrust.co.uk

Please complete and return the Job Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and email to the above email address.

Please note, CVs are not accepted.

If you would like more information, or to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Hena Mahmood via email or call 01234 880166. All enquires will be treated confidentially.

Interviews will take place on 20 April 2018.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

Procurement Manager

Start date: ASAP

Salary range:              £36,000 – £42,000      

Closing date:               Noon, 6 April 2018

Interview:                   11 April 2018

Full-time                    

Permanent

EMLC Academy Trust (EMLC AT) is embarking on an exciting time of growth.  The Procurement Manager is a pivotal role that will play a crucial part in the management and control of all procurement for the trust ensuring compliance to the ESFA academies financial handbook and managing public money including OJEU procurement roles.

EMLC AT is a Multi Academy Trust based in Olney, Buckinghamshire and deliberately all its schools are within an hour drive of the central office.  Since incorporation, the MAT now includes five primary academies, one secondary academy and one all-through 4-19 Free School.

Vision, Values and Purpose

‘Every child deserves to be the best they can be’

We are driven by a strong moral purpose that every child has the right to outstanding teaching and leadership.  It is our mission to work with our children, their parents and carers and our staff to create excellent schools.

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate a high level of personal integrity, be commercially astute and adopt a systematic approach to delivering value for money.

You will also support the trust school Principals and Business Managers with advice and training on purchasing.

How to apply

To apply for this role, please request an application pack to ruhena.mahmood@emlcacademytrust.co.uk

Please complete and return the Job Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and email to the above email address.

Please note, CVs are not accepted.

If you would like more information, or to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Hena Mahmood via email or call 01234 880166. All enquires will be treated confidentially.

Interviews will take place on 11 April 2018.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

 

Network Manager

Start date:                  ASAP

Salary range:              £38,000 – £45,000      

Closing date:               Noon, 6 April 2018

Interview:                   12 April 2018

Full-time                    

Permanent

EMLC Academy Trust (EMLC AT) is a Multi Academy Trust (MAT) based in Olney, Buckinghamshire and deliberately all its schools are within an hour drive of the central office.  Since incorporation, the MAT now includes five primary academies, one secondary academy and one all-through 4-19 Free School.

Vision, Values and Purpose

‘Every child deserves to be the best they can be’

We are driven by a strong moral purpose that every child has the right to outstanding teaching and leadership.  It is our mission to work with our children, their parents and carers and our staff to create excellent schools.

The Network Manager is a pivotal role that will play a crucial part in the delivery of the academy’s IT systems and in the implementation of the IT strategy

The purpose of the role is as follows:

  • Manage and control of all technical aspects of the installation, configuration, operation, maintenance, availability and security of the School’s network, hardware and software.
  • Monitoring compliance with current data protection law,
  • Overseeing the Trust’s data protection processes and advise the DPO on best practice.
  • Support the trust Principals and senior management with development of new systems.

Initially the role will provide direct support to our all through school (NIA Academy) along with Stimpson and Castle as well as providing the strategic management for the trust.  As the trust and the NIA grow these roles will separate.

How to apply

To apply for this role, please request an application pack to ruhena.mahmood@emlcacademytrust.co.uk

Please complete and return the Job Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and email to the above email address.

Please note, CVs are not accepted.

If you would like more information, or to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Hena Mahmood via email or call 01234 880166. All enquires will be treated confidentially.

Interviews will take place on 12 April 2018.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

Estates Manager

Start date: ASAP

Salary range:              £38,000 – £45,000      

Closing date:               Noon, 6 April 2018

Interview:                   13 April 2018

Full-time                    

Permanent

EMLC AT is a Multi Academy Trust based in Olney, Buckinghamshire and deliberately all its schools are within an hour drive of the central office.  Since incorporation, the MAT now includes five primary academies, one secondary academy and one all-through 4-19 Free School.

Vision, Values and Purpose

‘Every child deserves to be the best they can be’

We are driven by a strong moral purpose that every child has the right to outstanding teaching and leadership.  It is our mission to work with our children, their parents and carers and our staff to create excellent schools.

We are looking for an Estates Manager who will be responsible for the oversight of the trust buildings and facilities.  This role will also act as the facilities manager for the NIA academy in Northampton.  The role will provide strategic oversight and functional management across the trust schools as well as line management of NIA site staff.

The purpose of the role is as follows:

  • To be responsible for the safe operation of all trust sites including compliance with statutory health and safety testing and regulation.
  • To commission condition surveys for all sites, and build up a planned maintenance and major repairs programme to bring all schools up to standard over a 10-year period.
  • Identify funding streams to access grants for maintaining and improving the condition of the trust estate.
  • To be responsible for all aspects of hard and soft facilities management at NIA to ensure the functioning, cleanliness, safety and security of the academy buildings and grounds to specified standards at all times.
  • To be responsible for the management of any directly employed staff involved in the delivery of facilities management at NIA.
  • To be responsible for the management of contractors employed to deliver facilities management services at NIA.
  • To contribute to academy decisions regarding premises management.
  • Knowledge of Mechanical and / or Electrical systems is essential.

 

Initially the role will provide direct support to our all through school (NIA Academy) as well as providing the strategic management for the trust.  As the trust and the NIA grow these roles will separate.

How to apply

To apply for this role, please request an application pack to ruhena.mahmood@emlcacademytrust.co.uk

Please complete and return the Job Application form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and email to the above email address.

Please note, CVs are not accepted.

If you would like more information, or to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Hena Mahmood via email or call 01234 880166. All enquires will be treated confidentially.

Interviews will take place on 13 April 2018.

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.

 

PRINCE WILIAM SCHOOL

Head of Computing (to lead across Computing, Business and Economics)

Salary:                                                  MPS/UPS + TLR 2b (£4,222)

Contract:                                             Permanent, Full Time

Start date:                                          September 2018

Prince William School is a vibrant and friendly 11-18 school (1100 students on roll) located in Oundle, within easy commutable distance from Peterborough, Stamford, Wellingborough, Huntingdon and Corby.

We are excited to offer this opportunity for an inspirational and ambitious teacher of computing to join and lead our successful team as our new head of department. We are looking for a computing specialist who ideally has the ability to teach computing up to KS5. You will join a supportive team, working alongside a small and well-established computing department; you will also have responsibility for overseeing the business and economics team.

The successful candidate will be passionate about computing and have the drive to be part of a forward thinking department, focused on developing exciting and engaging learning experiences. This position would suit an ambitious teacher of computing looking for an opportunity to develop their leadership skills further.

We have incredible students at Prince William. We are passionate about providing them with the best possible education and we place them at the heart of everything we do. Our students are well behaved, happy, engaging, and inquisitive individuals, and they are very proud to be Prince William Students; they have high aspirations and look to all our staff to guide them on that journey.  Equally impressive are our staff who work tirelessly to achieve our excellent results and to help each student truly achieve their best.  We are extremely proud to have such wonderful colleagues and grateful for the life chances they are giving our young people.

We see the investment in our staff as crucial as we look to build on previous successes for our students and the school. The successful candidate will be given tailored career progression opportunities and continued investment from a caring senior management team who are keen to support staff to develop both personally and professionally.

You will be joining the school at an exciting time as examination results across the whole school at both A level and GCSE have seen rapid improvement and the school is expanding. In 2017, 70% achieved grade 4+ in both English and Maths, 49% achieved grade 5+ in both English and Maths, and our Progress 8 score was +0.36, putting the school in the top 19% of schools nationally for progress.  At A level, 55% attained A* – B and the proportion of students achieving AAB or better was 19%.

We welcome applications from colleagues who want to be part of a positive and successful team in this very exciting time for the school.

 The successful candidate will:

  • be an enthusiastic teacher who inspires students to learn,
  • be committed to delivering high-quality lessons for students of all abilities,
  • be passionate about the importance of the teaching of computing, and
  • have a sense of humour!

We offer:

  • a committed and supportive team,
  • superb career development opportunities,
  • students with good attitudes to learning and a desire to learn,
  • a personalised approach to CPD,
  • a caring and approachable senior management team, and if needed
  • an onsite nursery run by a private company.

If you are a committed teacher who shares our passion for educating motivated and enthusiastic students, we would love to hear from you.
How to apply

For more information, an application pack and to apply, please contact Mike Sherwin on:

T: 0116 253 2389 / 07525 889925
E: princewilliamschool@hays.com

Closing date: midday Friday 23rd March 2018

Category Essential Desirable How Identified
Education & qualifications ·   QTS status

 

·   Good honours degree in relevant subject ·   Application form
Experience ·   Successful teaching experience with at least KS3 and KS4

·   Using ICT in the preparation and delivery of learning activities.

·   Successful experience in some aspect of leadership

·   Experience of Line Management.

·   Successful experience of teaching KS5

·   Ability to teach Computer Science

 

·   Application form

·   References

·   Letter of application

Teaching Ability to:

·   To deliver at least consistently good lessons

·   Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge students

·   Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge

·   Plan and teach well-structured lessons

·   Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all students

·   Make accurate and productive use of assessment

·   Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment

·     Have improved the quality of teaching on colleagues through coaching or mentoring.

 

·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

Skills and abilities

 

·   Successful experience of leading colleagues and delegating tasks effectively

·   Effective communication skills both written and oral

·   Successful experience of using students’ progress data to inform planning and interventions

·   Good ICT skills and able to use relevant applications

·   Ability to prioritise and develop effective strategies for further improvement.

·   Ability to communicate the vision for the implementation of those strategies effectively.

 

·   Successful experience of leading colleagues in school improvement

·   Experience of holding others to account

 

·   Application form

·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

Wider professional responsibilities Ability to

·   Make a positive contribution to the wider life and ethos of the school

·   Develop effective professional relationships with colleagues, knowing how and when to draw on advice and specialist support

·   Take responsibility for improving teaching through appropriate professional development, responding to advice and feedback from colleagues

·   Communicate effectively with parents with regard to students’ achievements and well-being.

·   Evidence of extra-curricular contribution in current role ·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

Professional knowledge and understanding

 

·   Knowledge and understanding of current developments in curriculum and examinations of at least one of Computing, Business and Economics

·   Understanding of successful behaviour management strategies.

·   Understanding of a teacher’s duty of care and safeguarding.

·   Commitment to own professional development.

·   Knowledge of current curriculum and examination developments in more than one of Computing, Business and Economics.

 

·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

Motivation and Personality

 

·   Ability to cope with the duties and responsibilities of the post.

·   Stamina, drive, resilience, energy, enthusiasm and determination to succeed.

·   Good team worker.

·   Ability to demonstrate sound and balanced judgement, and flexibility

·   Understanding and sensitivity.

·   Ability to establish relationships built on trust.

·   Ability to promote excellence

·   Commitment to and belief in the equal value of all students.

·   Good sense of humour.

 

·   Evidence of success in promoting the life- chances of young people

 

·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

 The Purpose of the Post of Heads of Departments

The Head of Department is a key figure in the life of the school, whose core purpose is to raise standards.  S/he plays a central part in helping to formulate agreed aims and objectives for the school as a whole and, through her/his leadership of colleagues and students, in implementing them through the work of the department.

 In addition to the responsibilities of being a teacher and a tutor, Heads of Departments will have specific duties as outlined below:

 Key Duties

  1. Subject review and improvement planning

 Review and analyse student performance in external exams and write the department’s self-

evaluation and improvement plan

  1. Monitor the progress of students within the department throughout the

year and implement interventions as necessary.

  1. Advise the Exams Officer about examination entries as required.
  1. Students
  1. Contribute to the allocating of students into teaching groups in line with school policy and in collaboration with other departments when appropriate. Review teaching groups as necessary.
  1. Be responsible for the guidance, discipline and welfare of students in the context of the department, in association with colleagues who have special responsibilities in these fields, with a particular care for students in vulnerable groups.
  1. Monitor, assess, record and respond to students’ progress and needs in line with school policy. Set targets and implement intervention strategies for students.  Communicate with parents/carers as appropriate, and report to them as required by school policy.
  1. Maintain student records as required by school policy.
  1. Staff
  1. Make effective and equitable deployment of teaching and non-teaching staff, with advice on timetable planning.
  1. Take responsibility for the effective performance management of members of staff as required by the performance management structure.
  1. Line Manage the Second in the Department and agree appropriate responsibilities for them.
  1. Monitor the work of all staff who teach in the department, including the quality of their teaching and marking, ensuring they set homework and meet deadlines as required, and liaise with the SLT Line Manager for the department about any action that needs to be taken.
  1. Curriculum
  1. Define departmental aims and objectives, and oversee the translation of them into meaningful courses of study, which deliver at appropriate levels across all ages and abilities.
  1. Oversee the planning of the range of students’ learning experiences, in the context of the school’s and the department’s broad aims and objectives.
  1. Take responsibility for the production and updating of the subject’s schemes of work.
  1. Guide staff on the appropriate methodology and resources to realise departmental aims and educational ideology.
  1. Relate the academic work of the department to children with special needs, to the school as a community and to the school in the community.
  1. Evaluate departmental performance and priorities against agreed targets. Communicate and review these with theSLT Line Manager, the Principal, Governors, and the Trust as required.
  1. Resources
  1. Evaluation, select, acquire or produce an appropriate range of learning materials to enable the curriculum to be delivered appropriately.
  1. Give guidance to other staff as necessary on the effective utilisation of resources.
  1. Work within the budget provided for the department.

Reprographics Technician

 Deadline for applications:        12noon, Monday 26th March 2018

Start date:                                As soon as possible

Salary:                                     Grade G, Points 19 – 22, £16,854.89 pro rata (£18,746 FTE) – £18,576.71 pro rata (£20,661 FTE)

Contract:                                  Permanent, 37 hours per week, term time plus 3 weeks (total of 41 weeks per year)

 We are seeking to appoint a diligent and reliable Reprographics Technician to provide an efficient reprographics service for the staff and students.

The successful candidate will have strong ICT skills and knowledge, including a working knowledge of Microsoft Office software.  Within this role you will also be expected to assist with other support roles within the school. They will also be able to operate a variety of reprographics equipment and be able to work calmly and reliably under pressure, and be able to prioritise their work effectively and meet tight deadlines.

 Prince William School is located in Oundle, within easy commuting distance of Peterborough, Stamford, Huntingdon, Wellingborough, and Corby.  It is a vibrant and friendly school with enthusiastic, well-behaved students who are eager to achieve the best they can.  We have high expectations for all, and our aim is simple: to be the best school in Northamptonshire and beyond for every student, no matter what their ability or aspirations.

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references, DBS and medical checks.

 How to apply

Please email eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk or visit the Vacancies section of the school website www.princewilliamschool.co.uk (under Latest News) for an application pack. Please include a letter of not more than 2 sides of A4 outlining your experiences that are relevant to the post. Please address your letter to Miss E. Knight.

 Applications to be returned by email to eknight@princewilliamschool.co.uk by noon on Monday 26th March 2018.

REPROGRAPHICS TECHNICIAN

JOB DESCRIPITON

 Responsible to:  The Principal’s PA

Core Purpose: To provide an efficient reprographics service for staff and students and to assist with other support roles within the school.

 Key duties:

To provide an efficient reprographics service for staff and students by:

  • maintaining stationary supplies for purchase by departments and areas of school
  • storing and maintaining equipment for loan within school and keeping a register of equipment loaned to various personnel within the school
  • producing a range of documents, using appropriate school software and office equipment to the required standard including worksheets, examination papers, booklets, certificates and photocopying for staff and students etc
  • using specialist equipment (e.g. photocopier, guillotine, laminators, binders, scanners, etc) in the production of administration, teaching and learning resources
  • undertaking daily general maintenance of all photocopiers, including minor paper jams, paper levels, toner refill and requesting a service engineer for annual services or as required
  • undertaking photographing and videoing school activities and events for school publications as required
  • producing student and staff I.D. badges.
  • maintaining records of work undertaken and prepare monthly accounts
  • monitoring stock and supplies levels of paper, card, files, etc. and ink/toner; research, negotiate and place orders ensuring ‘best value’ of resources
  • ensuring the school is compliant with copyright legislation
  • working with other members of the administrative team to complete other general administrative tasks as necessary at pressure points

To provide effective technical assistance across the school by:

  • providing support to the Network team in the school with maintenance tasks such as replacing ink/toner cartridges in printers as required
  • updating school display screens on a daily basis
  • security marking assets and keeping a stock control of assets
  • running printing reports as required
  • managing student logins and passwords

Reviewed March 2018.

Reprographics Technician – Person Specification

 

Category Essential Desirable How Identified
Education & qualifications ·   5+ GCSE at grade C or above (or equivalent)

 

·   Application form
Experience ·         Experience of working in a busy environment and meeting tight deadlines

·         Experience of using Microsoft Office software

·         Experience of operating some reprographics equipment

 

·         Experience of working in a secondary school

·         Experience of operating a variety of reprographics machines such as copiers, binders, laminators, guillotines etc.

 

·   Application form

·   Interview

Skills and abilities

 

·   Ability to learn quickly and work flexibly

·   Effective communication skills both written and oral

·   Ability to communicate effectively with a range of young people and adults

·   Strong ICT skills and ability to use Microsoft Office to produce attractive certificates and publications

·   Ability to work calmly and efficiently under pressure

·   Ability to prioritise work load and meet tight deadlines reliably

·   Artistic and creative

 

·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

Knowledge and understanding

 

·   Wide knowledge and understanding of ICT and ability to support others in a range of software packages.

·   Understanding of basic stock control and understanding of sourcing ‘best value’ purchases

·   Understanding of Safeguarding and Child Protection

·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

Motivation and Personality

 

·   Stamina, resilience, and an ability to meet deadlines under pressure

·   An eye for detail

·   Systematic and reliable

·   Good sense of humour.

 

·   References

·   Letter of application

·   Interview

EMLC AT APPROVED Employment Application Form

Prince William School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be subject to references and DBS check.

EMLC Academy Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under registered number 08149829 and registered address Bridge House, Bridge Street, Olney, Bucks, MK46 4AB.  Prince William School is a business name of EMLC Academy Trust.