Wellspring is an established and growing Multi-Academy Trust with a difference. We operate Primary, Secondary, Special and Alternative Academies across Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and the Humber . We are committed to making a difference to the lives and life chances of the young people and the communities we serve.
As the Trust continues to grow our roles offer pathways for ambitious and dynamic individuals who are determined to make a difference. We value our people; collegial working at all levels is central to our culture. High quality induction training and ongoing professional development support are guaranteed. There will be a broad range of opportunities for you to realise your professional vision and ambitions within the Trust.
We are interested in hearing from people who:
Are self-motivated, customer-focused and organised.
Enjoy working as part of an inclusive team.
Have a commitment to supporting the work of education leaders and who are passionate about learning.
If you are someone who
has an understanding of working with children with complex needs
is committed to the safeguarding of children
has enthusiasm for a role in a school environment which sees pupils at its heart
has a commitment to your own professional development and ambitions for your future
has experience of working with children in the 4-11 age range
has a good sense of humour
is a good communicator and team member, who is caring, flexible and approachable
….then we want to hear from you
Wellspring Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils. All posts are offered subject to enhanced DBS checks. References will be requested and an online search carried out for shortlisted candidates, prior to attendance at interview. Further pre-employment checks, including prohibition from teaching, childcare disqualification and section 128 checks, if deemed relevant for the role, will be completed for the successful candidate upon acceptance of the post.
We are committed to equal opportunities and to promoting diversity. We want our people to reflect the diversity of our communities, and we welcome applications from people from all backgrounds, especially from under-represented groups, including those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.
If you are currently living overseas or have lived / worked overseas in the last five years please be aware that you will be required to provide an overseas criminal records check from the country/countries you have resided in, if you are the preferred candidate for the post.
Please note that the role is subjected to and directly linked to the funding stream for SEND.
All applicants need to complete the Equal Opportunities form. Please click link for further details http://bit.ly/WATEqualOpportunities
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