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  • Start date details

    asap or following notice

  • Closing date

    4 December 2023 at 8am

  • Date listed

    21 November 2023

Job details

Job role

  • Teaching assistant

Visa sponsorship

Visas cannot be sponsored

Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£37,336.00 - £39,186.00 Annually (Actual) NJC M1 29-31 £37,336-£39,186

HR Advisor job summary

The Shared Learning Trust – Staff Benefits

We offer a fantastic range of benefits across our trust, supporting our staff in a variety of ways. From an extensive Wellbeing package to an onsite car wash, you can be reassured that we have your best interests at heart.


Perkbox and Perkbox Medical

NPQ’s Teacher Development Trust and training courses with The National College

Staff social events, including 5 a-side football and BBQs

Reduced gym membership rates and free on-site gym

Staff recognition with reward shopping vouchers

On-site Indian head or shoulder massage

Online delivery drop off service, including Amazon

Free eye test vouchers

Onsite car wash at reduced rates

Support for all staff with an experienced licensed counsellor

Free tea and coffee plus a reusable bamboo coffee cup for new starters

Free onsite car parking at all academies

Cycle to work scheme

Enhanced pension employers’ contribution and death in service payment

Dry cleaning and ironing service

Refer a friend £500 bonus scheme

HR Advisor

An exhilarating opportunity to shape the future of HR strategy within The Shared Learning Trust. Due to the departure of a valued, long-standing member of the HR team, we are seeking a dynamic and passionate HR professional to join our team and work closely with the Head of HR and Academy to drive impactful change across our organisation.

As a key player in our mission, you will be the driving force behind delivering top-notch front-line HR services that not only meet but exceed expectations. Your role as a generalist HR specialist will involve handling various aspects of employee relations and transactions, with a specific focus on our renowned secondary academy, The Chalk Hills Academy.

You will be part of a welcoming, supportive and collaborative HR team, meeting regularly to share best practices, support each other with personal development and current cases.


The successful candidate will have:

·       A real love of Human Resources within a fast pace environment 

·       Graduate Member of CIPD or working towards

·       At least five years’ experience of working in a generalist HR environment, to include employee relations and transactions at all levels

·       Be able to work sympathetically with the ethos of the Trust, developing effective and purposeful relationships

·       Willing to learn from and with others in the development of good practice


Job Specifics:

Start Date: With immediate effect or following a notice period to ensure a full and detailed handover

Salary:  NJC M1 29 – 31 £37,366 - £39,186

Hours: 37hrs per week, Mon–Thu  8.30am–4.30pm  Fri  4pm, 52 weeks (term-time only would be considered for the right candidate)

Safeguarding

We believe in the safeguarding and welfare of children and expect all staff to share this view’.

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.  Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service. We are an equal opportunities employer. The Trust reserves the right to interview and appoint a suitable candidate before the deadline date.

The Department for Education (DfE) has set out statutory guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ for schools and colleges on safeguarding.

Safeguarding is defined in paragraph 4 as:

“Protecting children from maltreatment; preventing impairment of children’s health or development; ensuring that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care; and taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes.”

The definition of 'children' includes everyone under the age of 18.

Commitment to safeguarding

The Shared Learning Trust is committed to safeguarding and child protection at every stage of the recruitment process.

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About The Shared Learning Trust

Type
Multi-academy trust

About The Shared Learning Trust

• The Vale Academy, Dunstable 2-11

• The Rushmere Park Academy, Leighton Buzzard 2-9

• The Linden Academy, Luton 4-11

• The Chalk Hills Academy, Luton 11-18

• The Stockwood Park Academy, Luton 11-18

Along with our family of 5 academies, we also offer a fantastic sixth form provision for students aged between 16-19 and this is based at both The Chalk Hills and Stockwood Park Academy. Included in our sixth form provision is our Football Academy partnered with Luton Town FC and our brand new Cricket Academy, partnered with Northamptonshire Cricket Club. Our trust is vibrant and friendly, supported by 3 state of the art buildings. It is a learning environment where all students have the opportunity to be high achievers, make good friends, contribute to their community and take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities.

Vision & Values ‘Strive, Achieve, Believe’

We are a unique family of schools, sharing our practice and beliefs to enable young people to achieve more that than they ever thought possible. At The Shared Learning Trust, we will provide exceptional opportunities for all to be aspirational and develop a passion and excitement for learning! We will ensure our children, students and adults cultivate a strong self-belief so that they can flourish and develop into successful, well-rounded, self-respecting people. Our commitment to this vision can be demonstrated by our behaviours:

Strive we will,

• provide a caring, nurturing environment where children and young adults feel happy, healthy and supported. Our academies will be places of safety, enabling pupils to develop courage, strong ambition and be the best that they can be.

• continue to work together to share innovative practice and to provide a wealth of opportunities for all pupils and staff

• have a Cross-Trust focus on high achievement and standards, where children are supported to meet ambitious targets.

• focus on the development of all of our staff through quality recruitment and retention, with excellent opportunities for clear and dynamic career progression.

Achieve we will,

• aspire to provide exceptional lessons and learning opportunities, incorporating effective use of new technologies, enabling our learners to be successful and innovative.

• share strong Trust approaches to our key issues, for example, teaching, assessment, attendance and curriculum development.

• offer an interesting yet challenging curriculum in each of our academies.

• by our all-through education, guarantee excellent 2-19 provision, with clear progression routes for all.

• continue to expect good behaviour and conduct at all times, allowing all to make progress and achieve excellence.

• place emphasis on collaboration with partners outside of our Trust to maximise opportunities for all in our Trust.

Believe we will,

• enable all of our learners to develop and flourish, through close working and regular communication with our families and local community,

• care for our families beyond the school day, supporting the development of high self-esteem and belief.

• ensure that every child in our Trust reaches their full potential by providing exciting opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom.

• promote can-do attitudes and resilience across the Trust that develop belief and high expectation.

CPD and Training – We invest in you!

All five Academies at The Shared Learning Trust are a part of our Teaching Trust, which is based at The Chalk Hills Academy. We aim to offer exceptional teacher training and high-quality professional development programmes to new and experienced staff to support them in excelling in their career.

Our programmes are facilitated by experienced school leaders, who have exemplary records in leadership and improving outcomes for their students. We are able to cater for specific requests and can offer custom-made support packages that focus on the quality of teaching and learning, curriculum development and aspects of Leadership and Management.

We currently offer:

• The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership

• The National Award for Middle Leaders

• The Outstanding Teacher Programme

• The Improving Teacher Programme

• The Recently Qualified Teacher Programme

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