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.
Grade 5 (£18,933 - £19,311)
This is a wonderful opportunity for a rewarding and fulfilling role providing a warm and efficient welcome to our special school located in the heart of Shirebrook.
Our Reception Coordinator is the first face and voice that students, parents and visitors to our school will encounter. The post holder is responsible for the answering of calls, welcoming guests, managing messages and email responses as well as ensuring an efficient and effective Reception service in addition to giving support to the wider administration and operational functions of the school.
The Job Description & Person Specification is available to view on the DCC website - please click here for the further details. Please use the TEAM Education Trust application form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5pm on Monday 19 April.
Grade 14 to15, SCP 36 to 47 (£47,181 - £59,914) opportunity for increased grading linked to Growth Strategy and experience of candidate
This is a fabulous opportunity for an individual who is keen to bring their expertise of financial management to a relatively new multi academy trust and to grow with them.
This is a tremendous opportunity for an individual who is keen to grow and develop to bring their expertise of financial management to a relatively new multi academy trust and to grow with them.
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will be directly responsible to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who is the Accounting Officer for The T.E.A.M Education Trust. The CFO will provide advice on strategic financial issues and be responsible for the setting up of and delivery of the Trust’s financial management. The CFO is a key member of the Trust’s leadership team with the opportunity to make your mark on the direction of the Trust.
The CFO is expected to bring a modern, business-like approach to the leadership of the finance function within our education setting. The Trust should be run as a highly competent and efficient service with an emphasis on business partnerships across the Trust and with devolution of the service where appropriate. The appointee will develop and deliver a proactive, customer-focused service.
The CFO is responsible for all aspects of financial management, including the management of financial records, budget control, financial planning (strategic and operational), funding relationships with the funding body and other agencies and related contractual arrangements with external financial organisations.
The CFO will contribute to strategy and policy development to support the Trust’s aims and objectives, will ensure the provision of management information for the Trust’s planning and monitoring systems.
To view more information about this position, please click on this link which will take you to the Derbyshire County Council website. However, please complete the application form attached to this vacancy and not the Derbyshire County Council online application form.
Provisional Interview Date: Wednesday 5 May, 2021 (afternoon)
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.
If you are interested in working as a Teacher for Stubbin Wood School, please send a letter addressed to the CEO to email@example.com 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 School Business Manager directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us at the school address.