- Fixed term (1 year)
- £34,373-£38,553 per annum
Early Career Lead job summary
We are looking to appoint an exceptional a member of staff to lead across both the Early Career Framework and Appropriate Body services for Leicestershire and Rutland Teaching School hub.
The Early Career Lead at the Teaching School Hub will have responsibility for overseeing the Appropriate Body and Early Career Framework elements of the Teaching School Hub. The LRTSH will works with partnership organisations and schools across Charnwood, Hinckley and Bosworth, Melton, North West Leicestershire, Rutland and beyond. The Early Career Lead would ensure that Early Career Teachers across those schools are fully supported throughout their induction, providing support and guidance to school leaders mentors and teachers. The Early Career Lead will also oversee the Ambition Institute Early Career Framework, managing schools, delivering training and support, as well as being the key point of contact for all of the Hub's Visiting Fellows.
The successful candidate will be:
Develop and deliver the Early Career Framework, working with key partners, developing and delivering content as required.
Ensure ECF recruitment and engagement KPIs are met and work in partnership with schools so that over time all Early Career teachers effectively engage in this
Use robust systems to track and support Early Career teachers, ensuring appropriate and effective fulfilment of the designated body role.
Provide support and guidance to Early Career Teachers and Schools including writing effective plans of support and tracking progress against these.
Embed evidence-informed practice in all parts of ECF delivery, supporting schools’ engagement with Instructional Coaching.
Effectively use a robust Quality Assurance framework to ensure the quality of all Appropriate Body and Early Career Framework provision, ensuring appropriate training and support is in place for Schools and Visiting Fellows.
Track teacher development and retention across the
To work with the Teaching School Hub Director to build and market the AB and ECF
Work with the Teaching School Hub Director to ensure a robust financial model for ECF and AB
Support and develop mentors and ECTs in bespoke ways to ensure maximum impact on
We will offer the successful applicants a happy, welcoming and supportive team where everyone is committed to staff development and raising standards for all in an enjoyable and purposeful environment.
For an informal discussion about the role and the Teaching School Hub please contact Kay Shepherd -email@example.com
To apply for the position, please complete the online application form available on our website https://www.aquinas-cmat.org/vacancies/ by 9:00 on 19/05/2022
The St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Multi-Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to satisfactory references, which will be requested, prior to interview, an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, medical check, evidence of qualifications plus verification of the right to work in the UK.
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About St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Multi Academy Trust
- Trust type
- Multi-academy trust
The St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Multi-Academy Trust (CMAT) was formed in September 2018, and it currently comprises of 21 Catholic schools (17 Primary schools and 4 Secondary schools). It is the largest Multi Academy Trust operating solely in Leicestershire and one of the largest in the East Midlands region, with around 8,600 pupils and over 1,200 members of staff.
Bishop Patrick formed the CMAT along with three other CMATs based in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire to create formal partnerships between all the Catholic schools in the Diocese of Nottingham. Here in Leicestershire, this built on a very close working relationship which has existed between our schools for over forty years.
The CMAT provides a wide range of services to support our schools. As a Catholic MAT, we provide Chaplaincy leadership through our Lead Lay Chaplain who works in close partnership with peers in the other diocesan CMATs and with the Nottingham Diocesan Catholic Youth Service. Our CMAT is home to both the Leicestershire & Rutland Teaching School Hub, and one of the Department for Education’s ‘Exemplary Leadership’ Programmes. Both of these important aspects of our CMAT mean that we provide the highest quality training and support for teachers and school leaders in hundreds of schools locally, regionally and nationally. The staff in our schools all have access to this excellent training and professional development.
Most importantly of all, the young people attending schools in the St Thomas Aquinas CMAT are part of a very large Catholic educational organisation which strives to ensure that their time at school will directly improve their life chances. Working in partnership with parents, local parishes and the Diocese, the education and care our children and young people receive is second to none.
Please explore our website and Twitter feed to find out more about our Trust. God bless.