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Vice Principal

Vice Principal

Posted 15 October by The Search Consultant
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Vice Principal

Required for January 2019

c£59k to c£65k (some flexibility and early headship for the right candidate

Co-ed 11 - 18

NOR: c850 (c160 in sixth form)

Closing date for completed applications: 9.00 am on 22nd October 2018

Interviews: TBC 29th or 30th October 2018

Our Client school is a successful, expanding academy and part of an ambitious and rapidly developing MAT in Northamptonshire. This is a good academy with plans to be an outstanding academy.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to join and be part of the dynamic senior leadership team on an exciting journey that will also develop you further as a senior leader.

Are you an inspirational senior leader, searching for your next step? Are you passionate about raising the aspirations of students, promoting great teaching and learning and delivering excellent student achievement? If so, this could be the post for you.

There could be some flex on salary for the right candidate - and even opportunities to be an Exec VP with development work across the Trust. They are looking to grow which could, for an ambitious VP, offer the opportunity for Headship at a later date.

The Head at this school has experience of working in an 'Outstanding' setting and wants to take this school from 'Good' to 'Outstanding' offering great experience and CPD for the incoming VP. They want to develop the 'whole' child not just exam results.

As well as being an outstanding practitioner, the successful candidate will have a proven track record of leading within Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare with strong experience in safeguarding. The ability to make productive and positive relationships with parents and the community is key, as well as evidence of impact in driving standards forward to accelerate progress and raise attainment.

This role will enable you to lead ambitious teams of staff and young people in our drive, to build character and cultural capital through the experiences and opportunities we provide. Therefore, the ability to inspire, lead, manage and coach others are essential.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment

Reference: 36359659

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