At Kings Academy Trust we understand the enormous responsibility of preparing our pupils for their future lives. Our hope is that we can help children to become responsible citizens who will make a positive contribution to our ever changing society. We are committed to lifelong learning and work very hard to encourage children to engage with and enjoy learning and new experiences. We do this alongside emphasising the need for children to be sensitive, caring, supportive and understanding of each others' needs.
Kings Academy Trust have a new exciting vacancy for a Finance Director to work collaboratively within the Central Exec Team to ensure pupil outcomes are met or exceeded.
Having responsibility for all financial aspects of the Trust and through delivering operational rigour and strategic direction, the FD will play an integral role in supporting the growth and development of the Trust
Please see the attached job description, person spec and application form
We are an Alternative Provision Academy supporting children with social, emotional, and mental health needs, who have been identified as being at risk of exclusion, harm or have already been excluded from mainstream education. Children are referred to use by partner local authorities and schools within the Northwest Region.
At the Kassia Academy, we use trauma informed and therapeutic approaches to re-engage learners with their education. We are passionate about giving our young people the skills they need to make a valuable contribution to society and to fulfil their dreams. We recognise that education is not a ‘one size fits all’ model and we carefully tailor our provision to meet every individual’s needs.
Professionalism and having the highest expectations is at the heart of everything that we do: developing a love of learning and improving our learner’s life chances as a result.
We are seeking a skilled and highly motivated Teaching Assistant, with experience in SEN to join our high-quality school. Not only is this an exciting, challenging role, the successful candidate will be contributing to turning the lives of young, vulnerable people around. You will be a hardworking and enthusiastic professional, with experience in engaging the most disengaged young learners.
If you have a proven track record of delivering excellence and also have a history of dealing with complex needs and challenging behaviour, then this position may be for you. We pride ourselves on an ethos of inclusivity, and our core values of Resilience, Innovation and Compassion are at the heart of all of our schools.
Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Friday 4th June 2021
Interviews are scheduled for the week commencing: 7th June 2021