This is a truly exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and ambitious Teacher to take their teaching career to the next stage as an Achievement Co-ordinator within The Mirfield Free Grammar & Sixth Form. As an Achievement Co-ordinator you must be passionate about Teaching and Learning and be committed to raising student achievements and outcomes.
As a leader within the Academy we will expect you to be instrumental in helping to inspire and motivate both staff and students. You will play a key role in helping to drive The Mirfield Free Grammar forward; raising standards and creating outstanding life chances for students.
We are looking to recruit an Achievement Co-ordinator who will be truly dedicated to driving student achievement and will be committed to the responsibility for students’ personal development and wellbeing. We are looking for someone who will inspire, is excited by learning and has a desire to develop a career within a small but ambitious Multi-Academy Trust. The successful candidate will be highly motivated and driven by a passion to deliver outstanding Teaching and Learning.
As standard, we offer ongoing Continuous Professional Development covering all aspects of teaching, learning and leadership; preparing you for the next phase of your career.
The journey thus far has been quite amazing for the MAT and going forward will continue to offer even greater challenge, excitement and reward.
To apply for this position please email Alison Haldenby, Director of HR for an application form at email@example.com Alternatively, for an informal discussion in confidence, please contact Alison on 01924 481935.
Closing date: Sunday 20th May 2018
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 23rd May 2018
GDPR Disclaimer: Please note and appreciate that whilst we review all CV’s and applications, due to the high volume that we receive on a regular basis, we can only respond to candidates that have been successful with their application. Therefore, if you do not hear from us within 14 working days of your application, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. In line with the General Data Protection Regulations (May 2018) (replacing the Data Protection Act 1998) we will permanently delete information for all unsuccessful applications and we will not keep candidate information on file for future vacancies at this stage of our process.