Deadline is today

  • Start date details

    As soon as possible

  • Closing date

    17 June 2024 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    6 June 2024

Job details

Job role

  • Administration, HR, data and finance
  • Other support roles

Visa sponsorship

Visas cannot be sponsored

Working pattern

Part time: 22 hours per week, term time only (plus 3 weeks).

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

FTE SCP13 – SCP18 £26,873 - £29,269, subject to inflationary increases April 2024

What skills and experience we're looking for

Leeds Diocesan Learning Trust (LDLT) is looking to recruit an experienced Governance and Compliance Officer to support the governance, business and operations of the Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) and the Academies within the MAT.

The LDLT Governance and Compliance Officer will support the CEO and central team in day-to-day activities including working with and in our Academies, governance and compliance.

Line management will be through CEO, although task management will also be via the LDLT Central Team.

Please see the attached job pack for a full job description and personal specification.

What the school offers its staff

LDLT offers an exciting opportunity for a successful candidate to join our friendly and dedicated central team.

This post has a flexibility of working and there will be a hybrid approach to home working and attending the Leeds Diocesan office in Wetherby.

The Trust provides an employee pension with competitive employer contribution.

Cycle to work schemes are available.

To arrange a visit or for informal enquiries, please contact us by email info@ldlt.co.uk


Commitment to safeguarding

Leeds Diocesan Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its pupils, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We promote diversity and want a workforce which reflects the population of our city. Appointments are made subject to an Enhanced DBS Check.

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About Leeds Diocesan Learning Trust

Type
Multi-academy trust
Email address
info@ldlt.co.uk
Phone number
07467 848040

Leeds Diocesan Learning Trust (LDLT) was founded in September 2022 with the aim of bringing together schools sharing our vision of full flourishing through loving, living and learning together. As a Diocesan Trust, LDLT is an important part of the Diocese of Leeds vision for education and was established by the Leeds Diocesan Board of Education to provide high-quality services, challenge and support to an increasing number of Church Schools within the diocese looking to take on academy status. As an inclusive Trust, LDLT is also established to be a home for non-Church Schools who are looking for a secure and nurturing environment, ensuring their distinctiveness is also safeguarded.

The Trust will have grown rapidly to 14 schools by the end of 2024. Growth has taken place around three distinct geographical locations: Craven, Leeds, and Ripon with all schools being within the Primary phase. The Trust, responding to diocesan need, will seek to grow in these three specific geographies over the next five years and to also establish other clusters where demand dictates.

LDLT has a distinctive offer to schools considering joining a Multi Academy Trust. The scheme of delegation allows schools to maintain their unique character whilst benefitting from strong and dynamic collaboration across the schools in the Trust. LDLT is explicitly Church of England in its articulation, yet fully inclusive. It strives to ensure the flourishing of all children and adults, including children from the most disadvantaged backgrounds, so every child is given the chance to achieve their full potential. LDLT’s small, dedicated central team has a strong focus on school improvement through collaborative working across peer network groups and other mechanisms to provide a real benefit to schools.

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