A full time post, fixed by the Board of Trustees at £90,000 – £99,000 per annum. 29 days holiday plus bank holidays.
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Do you inspire, lead and innovate? Do you put children and young people at the heart of all your thinking?
If the answer to these two questions is yes, we urge you to read on.
A new and exciting opportunity has arisen to join our flourishing and growing Multi Academy Trust. Trustees are looking to appoint a Deputy Chief Executive Officer to enhance the successful Learn@ MAT central team.
Established in 2016, the Trust is a well-established partnership of special academies and alternative provisions across the South West of England. We currently have six specialist academies and two alternative provisions across eleven sites in and around Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. The Trust will soon be opening two further specialist academies in Gloucestershire and North Somerset.
Our academies aspire to be centres of excellence for teaching and supporting the development of children and young people identified with ‘Social and Emotional Mental Health’ (SEMH) and/or ‘Speech Language and Communication Needs’ (SLCN), including Autistic Spectrum Condition. Currently we educate over 500 children and young people aged seven to 18. These children and young people are supported by more than 300 staff, including teachers, learning facilitators, speech and language therapists, educational psychologists and mental health advisers.
At Learn@ MAT, our headteachers are lead professionals and key role models within the academy communities they serve. They lead by example, and demonstrate the professional conduct and practice expected of all members of their academy community. They create an environment that promotes effective teaching and learning, setting high standards and expectations. Our headteachers ensure our young people are given the opportunity to reach their full potential to allow them to lead fulfilling lives. We need a deputy CEO who will be an inspiration to our academy leaders and support them in delivering the very best care and education for their children and young people.
This newly created role is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional and inspirational education professional who has the aspiration, integrity and ability to help support the ongoing improvements across the Trust’s academies and alternative provisions. The successful candidate will be committed to implementing educational excellence across our Trust and to the continued improvement of the quality of education through adopting evidence based best practice. The Deputy Chief Executive Officer will be at the heart of this work supported by the CEO and a committed Board of Trustees.
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