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Vice Principal - Student Experience and Progression

St Brendan's Sixth Form CollegeBristol, City of

VICE PRINCIPAL – STUDENT EXPERIENCE AND PROGRESSION

Salary Range - Sixth Form College Leadership Spine L12 – L22

Permanent, Full Time

As a result of the continuing expansion of our curriculum and market share in the Southwest Sixth Form sector, we are seeking an experienced Vice Principal to join us on our growth journey assisting us to align our student experience in partnership with our extensive curriculum.

This is a key leadership role in our Catholic College, and as such, is identified strictly as a Reserved Post for a practising Catholic*. If this is you, we would love you to join us to further support the integration of our Christian ethos and mission across all we do.

A natural innovator, you will work closely with the Principal and wider Leadership Team to set and lead the strategic direction of the College, and to determine and live the Christian ethos and values that underpin it.

Delivering St Brendan's multi-faith vision for inclusivity means we welcome and enable an incredibly diverse student and staff community. We aim to be an outstanding Sixth Form College in all aspects and look to do this by further improving on our successes to date, and in order to be one of the most successful educational establishments in Bristol.

Currently we receive student applications from eight bordering regions. This is evidence of our popularity based on our great teaching, excellent student experience, and through offering a safe, enabling and truly inclusive community space.

We are looking for an innovative and experienced practitioner to join us who has already enjoyed success in a senior Leadership role with the performance improvement data to support this. You will be working closely with another Vice Principal who has responsibility for Curriculum, Quality and Innovation to lead and progress our College’s aspirations in partnership with a motivated and engaged College community that is thriving and forward looking despite the current challenges.

If you feel this could be your next career step, we welcome an application. For an informal conversation about the role please contact jobs@stbrn.ac.uk

Closing date for all online applications is by midnight on Sunday 18 April 2021. Selection events are planned to be held week commencing 26 April 2021.

*a person is a practising Catholic if they strive to live according to the teachings and doctrines of the church, keeping the Church’s precept of attending Mass on Sundays and holidays of obligation, try to witness by their lives to the reality of Christ's presence amongst us and try to ensure there is no dichotomy between what they profess and how they live.

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