Our Lady of the
Magnificat is a multi-academy of over 750 employees across 17 schools, all
working together to shape the future of Catholic Education of more than 6000
children and young people.
This is a unique
opportunity within the organisation for an aspiring leader to gain experience
of senior leadership within a primary setting, under the direction of an
Executive Principal and supported by a high performing School Improvement
We are looking for
- Who is a practicing and
committed Catholic who will support the ethos of our school and help inspire
our children to develop their own faith.
- Is passionate about
educating young people and puts their wellbeing at the heart of all they do.
- Has experience of School
Improvement working at the level of at least Assistant Headteacher.
- Who will work
collaboratively with the School Leadership Team to motivate and inspire staff
while making them feel valued and supported.
As we strive to become an employer of choice, not only will
you be joining a progressive multi-academy company, you will also receive a
competitive benefits package, which as well as salary includes:
- Health & Wellbeing employee assistance
- Family friendly policies
- Access to an excellent pension scheme
- Access to professional qualifications and
The appointment is subject to the
current conditions of service contained in the School Teachers' Pay and
Conditions document (STPCD) and other current education and employment
If you are an aspiring Catholic
leader, looking for your next career move and are ready to guide our school
community, please visit www.magnificat.org.uk/vacancies
for a recruitment pack. All forms must be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org by the close date.
Closing date: 9.00am
on Friday 15th March 2024
Interview date: Thursday 21st
Some of our roles attract a high level of interest and for
this reason we review applications as they are received, therefore on occasions
this means roles may close earlier than advertised; so early applications are
We recognise that a diverse and inclusive workforce is
essential to achieving our core mission, therefore we actively encourage a wide
diversity of applications. We also are
committed to being an equal opportunities employer we will make reasonable
adjustments required for interview where requested.
Our Lady of the Magnificat is committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of children and young people and therefore the post is
subject to an enhanced DBS statement. We
also conduct online searches for all posts in line with guidance from KCSIE
2023. Online searches are not part of
the shortlisting process itself and candidates will have a chance to address
any issues of concern that come up during the search at interview.
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