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Assistant Principal - Curriculum & Quality

Hills Road Sixth Form CollegeCambridgeshire

We are seeking a dynamic and experienced professional who wants to make a difference to join our highly successful sixth form college located in the historic city of Cambridge.

You will already be an effective leader and teacher with the commitment and passion to help shape the next stage of the College’s curriculum and quality development.  Your middle or senior management experience will have been gained in a college or secondary school with significant 16-19 A level provision.

You will bring clarity of vision, creative and strategic thinking and be capable of inspiring trust in staff, students and parents.  For someone with drive, energy and enthusiasm, the College will provide a stimulating, supportive and exciting environment in which to take forward your future career.

While skills and experience are important to us, what we are seeking most of all is someone with all the qualities of a senior leader.  We are interested in potential and we’re interested in fit with the skill set of the other members of the College Strategy Team (CST).  We are looking for someone who has the capacity to grow into a senior leadership role who has the drive, passion and energy to continue to take teaching and learning forward, but we also want a senior colleague to care equally for student support and guidance needs.  We are a small team of four and we work closely together.  A coaching culture characterises our approach and we look forward to having the right person join the senior team.

Details and an application form for the above post may be obtained from our website www.hillsroad.ac.uk.

The completed application form should be submitted via the Hills Road website at recruitment@hillsroad.ac.uk All documents should be submitted by noon 22nd January 2021.

Please note that applications received after the closing date may not be eligible for consideration.

Interviews will be held over two days 2nd and 3rd February 2021

The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and staff and expects all members of the College community, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. The College actively promotes equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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