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This job expired on 12 June 2024

  • Start date details

    2nd September 2024

  • Closing date

    12 June 2024 at 9am

  • Date listed

    31 May 2024

Job details

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Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£64,728.00 - £70,546.00 Annually (Actual) AAT Grade 14, SCP 51 - 54

Assistant Director of Engagement, Creativity and Culture job summary

The Assistant Director of Engagement, Creativity and Culture will work with students, colleagues and partners within, across and beyond the Trust to achieve our two strategic objectives:

1. Improve Student Outcomes

2. Become an Employer of Choice

The role’s key purpose is to design, deliver and scale sequential and progressive creative medium programmes, accreditations, interventions and awards with the broad objectives of:

  • Building a one-team culture across the organisation
  • Growing a positive Trust identity aligned with our vision and values Together we are: courageous, innovative, excellent
  • Enriching and improving the curriculum and learning experience offer across the Trust: encompassing formal programmes of study such as photography and English; whole-trust themed projects focusing on personal development and ID&E; and alternative provision
  • Engaging and re-engaging students in learning, with a particular focus on key identified groups such as disadvantaged and vulnerable students
  • Supporting students and families during identified key transition points, including Year 6 to Year 7 and KS3-KS4
  • Developing high-quality CPD to support the recruitment and retention of teaching personnel, including ECTs and SEND-specialists
  • Building impactful partnerships with universities, businesses and employers
  • Raising the Trust’s local and national profile
  • Increasing and maximising engagement of local communities, families and adult learners with individual academies, groups of academies and the Trust
  • Empowering identified under-achieving or under-represented groups of learners.
  • Supporting the successful development and ongoing positive impact of a Trust-wide Student Advisory Board.


KPIs and measurements of success will be finalised and co-created, but will likely encompass:

  • Improvement of specified measures on externally commissioned staff and pupil experience surveys
  • Stakeholder engagement metrics on social media platforms
  • Successful development and delivery of student programmes, accreditations, interventions and awards (student achievement and attendance)
  • Successful development and delivery of high-quality CPD (programme delivery and teaching personnel feedback)
  • Effective partnership development with universities, businesses and employers (stakeholder events, partnerships and relationships)
  • Increased engagement of local communities, families and adult learners with individual academies, groups of academies and the Trust
  • Successful whole-trust projects (staff and pupil feedback) and external events, such as pop-up galleries.

This post will be part of the centralised education team, working across the Trust’s academies and with colleagues from other executive functions, including People and Digital (Marketing and Communications).

The role is offered on an executive contract, which includes 30 days annual leave, with public holidays in addition.

Full access and use of a car is required.

Ambitions Academies Trust (AAT) comprises schools from all sectors: mainstream (primary and secondary) and special. AAT secures outstanding achievement and improved life chances of all our pupils. All our Academies have high expectations as the focus of their work. We are strongly committed to supporting colleagues in developing their careers further and offering excellent CPD opportunities

Please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment as AAT reserves the right to close applications early.

Please note we DO NOT accept applications by CV and are unable to offer Visa Sponsorship.

Ambitions Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Rigorous checks will be made of the successful applicant's background credentials, including enhanced DBS checks and an online search

High Expectations lead to High Achievers

Commitment to safeguarding

Ambitions Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the physical, mental and emotional welfare of every pupil, both inside and outside of the Trust’s premises.

We implement a whole-academy/nursery preventative approach to managing safeguarding concerns, ensuring that the wellbeing of pupils is at the forefront of all action taken.

Ambitions Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Rigorous checks will be made of the successful applicant’s background credentials, including enhanced DBS checks and an online search.

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About Ambitions Academies Trust

Type
Multi-academy trust

Ambitions Academies Trust (AAT) has at its heart the drive for excellence which is under-pinned by high expectations. Ambitions Academies Trust comprises schools from all sectors – mainstream (primary and secondary) and special.

Ambitions Academies Trust exists to secure ‘Outstanding Achievement for All’ for all the communities that it serves. This is underpinned by our values of Inclusivity, Openness and Honesty.

Ambitions Academies Trust mission is laid out in three key strands:

- To ensure all pupils reach their potential by securing outstanding achievement, high standards of social skills and improved life chances.

- To raise standards of teaching and learning by ensuring strong, effective governance and outstanding leadership at all levels

- To achieving outstanding outcomes through the Trust through the efficient use of public funding and assets

We base all that we strive to achieve on our four defining Key Principles:

- To provide and maintain strong, effective governance at all levels of the Trust

- To ensure financial sustainability throughout the Trust

- To ensure future growth does not adversely impact outcomes within the Trust

- To provide leadership and training through Ambitions Teaching School to continue to support schools outside the Trust

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