Stubbin Wood School

Creating opportunities for everyone to achieve success and reach their potential

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Welcome to Stubbin Wood School & Nursery
We are pleased to be members of the T.E.A.M. Education Trust where 'Together Everyone Achieves More'
Our school mission: Creating opportunities for everyone to achieve success and reach their potential.
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Current Vacancies

Our advertisements are placed on the Derbyshire County Council website but we ask that you complete the TEAM Education Trust Application Form which is available to download from the website or this page.

Executive Personal Assistant

Full time, Grade 10, Salary: £28,682 - £31,832

This is a fabulous opportunity for an exceptional organiser who is keen to bring their expertise to a relatively new multi academy trust and to grow with them.


This is a key role at the heart of our small multi-academy Trust where you can have a real impact on the development of the Trust and the positive outcomes for all who work within our schools. 


The role provides an essential support to our Trust’s Chief Executive Officer who is also the Executive Principal of Stubbin Wood School & Nursery.  It’s a wide-reaching role which would suit an individual who has outstanding organisational skills, an eye for detail and who is able to keep up with the pace of a rapidly developing organisation.


The role requires flexibility and adaptability together with the ability to respond to tight deadlines when necessary.


Key responsibilities

  • All elements of personal administrative support to Executive Principal/Trust CEO to include diary, personnel, meeting and email management.
  • Working with all members of the Executive team to maintain and develop effective administrative systems to ensure a high level of confidentiality and efficiency.
  • Co-ordinating Executive and Central TEAM Diaries are managed and updated with key meetings, virtual meeting links, agendas and minutes for the whole school and Trust.
  • Production of a weekly Trust and Stubbin Wood School update of key events (including meetings) for inclusion in the Staff Bulletin/Principals Briefings.
  • Respond to communications on behalf of the CEO, signposting queries and issues to initiate appropriate action in order to ensure a timely response. Following-up actions to ensure that they are completed within agreed timelines.
  • Organise and arrange events such as schools visits and speaking engagements for the CEO and Executives.
  • Research and collate statistics, create presentations and collect information to ensure the CEO is fully prepared for meetings.
  • Supporting the Local Governing Body and Trustees to include the induction of new Governors & Trustees.
  • Co-ordination of Local Governing Body training for the Trust.
  • Provide administrative support to a number of Trust meetings as and when required with the external Clerking provision.
  • Work in conjunction with the Governance team regarding trust arrangements.
  • Maintenance and update of School and Trust Improvement Plans to ensure a robust, clear presentation of information and action any follow-up required.
  • Working with the Executive team to support the Trust’s collaboration and growth plan.


For further information please see the following documents (the links will take you to the TEAM Education Trust website):


SCHOOL GOVERNOR: Local Governing Body

If you have a good working knowledge of the local business community, a passion for raising aspirations in young people and are enthusiastic to support the School's work to provide careers advice and guidance whilst promoting employment, volunteering and community opportunities for our students, we will be delighted to hear from you.  This is a specialist role for which support and training can be provided - most importantly, this is a fabulous opportunity to make a significant and positive impact on the future outcomes for our students.  Please contact, Mrs Alison Bingham, Director of Development, for further information or CLICK HERE to read more about the role.


Teaching Vacancies

If you are interested in working as a Teacher for Stubbin Wood School, please send a letter addressed to the CEO to and we will provide further information and an application form.


Occasional & Relief Work

If you would like to work for Stubbin Wood School on a 'relief' basis, providing support when it's needed, you can apply to join us as a Relief Learning Support Teaching Assistant.  We ask that you familiarise yourself with the school before making an application (we have lots of information on this website) and then email the HR Assistant directly at or write to us at the school address.

Relief Application Form