This role covers all communications and marketing services for TEAM Education Trust. The
role is a wide-reaching position that will cover the communication of sensitive information
relating to both children and staff as well as the commonplace expectations of a
communications and marketing role.
The post holder will ensure that all communications (including newsletters, letters from
teaching and support staff and social media) are at a high standard of grammar and
presented in line with the Trust branding guidelines.
The post holder will have an eye for detail and design to ensure that all materials are
presented to the highest standard and to promote a culture of excellence within all Trust
Publications & Media
• Management of Twitter/social media accounts to celebrate success/share general
• To utilise social media to promote the Trust
• To identify ‘good news’ stories across the Trust and Trust schools
• Format and send TEAMtalk publications
• Sharing news items with local media (all Trust schools)
• Ensuring that all documents are GDPR and Copyright compliant in all publications
• To update, format and maintain the Staff Handbook and Principals briefing
• To work alongside the CEO’s Executive PA to ensure that the Principals’ Handbook
and Governors Handbook documentation are updated and communicated.
• To proactively manage the Trust website to ensure that it provides the facility of
being an online prospectus and a parent/carer resource
• Ensuring the website is updated regularly and presents the Trust in the highest
• To ensure that Policies and Statutory documents are uploaded to the website to
ensure compliance with Statutory expectations.
Branding, Design & Print
• Design and development of Trust documentation to ensure that the Trust Branding
guidelines expectations are fully met.
• To promote the use of the Branding Guidelines across the Trust settings and to
support individuals to feel confident in the use of TEAM branding.
• Support the preparation Trust promotional activities – PowerPoint, promotional
materials etc to support the Trust Growth Plan
• To support Trust schools with developing materials in line with the Trust Brand.
• Trust signage & branding – liaison with signage providers to ensure all Trust Schools
have a consistent brand; supporting new member schools with the implementation of
• Support for developing display across corridors and in public areas.
• Procurement of cost-effective promotional materials and print media.
• To support with message management.
• Research, implementation and monitoring of school parent communications apps –
i.e., Show my Homework, Class Dojo, or similar
• Overview of correspondence sent home to ensure accuracy and professional
• Supporting with the preparation of documents for transition and admissions
• Development of promotional materials
School and Trust events administration
• Organise refreshments and assist with any other preparations such as signage,
• Produce performance programmes and promotional materials for events
• Supporting campaigns for learning, school events and competitions to encourage
parent and community participation
• Assist with the coordination of inhouse photography
o Maintain and add to an image archive
o Photography of school campaigns such as Gold Star Awards, CEO
Electronic Communications & File Management
• Supporting the production of briefing/learning resources.
• Ensuring that electronic filing storage systems are logical and intuitive.
• GOVERNANCE: Comply with the Equal Opportunities Policy.
• INSET: Attend and participate in Trust based INSET as required by the Executive
Principal and such training as may be appropriate for the effective fulfilment of the post.
• Presentation: Supporting the development of high quality displays and excellent
presentation of Trust schools
• Safeguarding: Commitment to the protection and safeguarding of young people.
Values and respects the views and needs of young people. Working to the Statutory
guidance set out in the Keeping Children Safe in Education Act and the Trust’s Child
• British Values: Demonstrating a commitment to fundamental British values and an
awareness of how these can be promoted in direct work with children.
• GDPR: Ensuring that all responsibilities of the Trust towards GDPR are closely
monitored and that any breaches in GDPR are reported appropriately
• Continuing Professional Development: Taking personal responsibility for ensuring
you have up to date knowledge of relevant legislation and guidance in relation to
working with and the protection of young people.
• Health & Safety: To work within all Health and Safety requirements and, specifically
the Keeping Safe at Work Act. This requires that the post holder takes reasonable
care of him or herself and other persons who may be affected by his or her acts or
omissions at work.
• To support the Trust with any reasonable requests to assist colleagues at periods of
high workload. The role requires flexibility and adaptability at all times.
• HOLIDAY PERIODS: Through the holiday periods, the post holder will be required to
work on site and to support the Administrative Cover Rota