This multi-academy trust has an exciting opportunity to appoint a School Effectiveness Advisor to work with their Schools and those about to join their Trust.
They are a relatively new organisation (established as a multi academy trust in December 2013) and are looking to appoint an experienced and innovative individual to join them in their next phase of development. With currently five academies across greater Lincolnshire and a growth plan for significant expansion throughout 2016 - 18, this is a unique and rare opportunity for an enterprising and forward-thinking leader to leave a lasting legacy on the evolution of the business.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record of leading school improvement and be committed to the development of outstanding schools. They will have excellent interpersonal skills, be able to take initiatives and embrace new opportunities and have the ability to work strategically, building strong, effective partnerships with a variety of stake holders in education. The role would suit someone with an enthusiasm for exploring, with schools, the new structural possibilities open to them. The ideal candidate will have:
- Significant school improvement experience across a range of contexts - The ability to inspire trust and confidence - Experience of HMI / Ofsted inspection - The ability to work inclusively within a Christian organisation - The ability to stay up to date with current policy and research
They can offer you:
- A supportive and dynamic team - Opportunities for career and salary progression, particularly as the Trust grows - The chance to support transformation for pupils and families across greater Lincolnshire
Salary: Circa £50,000 - dependent upon experience
Access to a vehicle is essential as a requirement of the role is to visit the Academies throughout the Trust.
Closing Date: Midday, Wednesday, 15th June 2016 Interview Date: w/c 27th June - TBC
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