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Bright Futures Educational Trust is committed to creating a world class education making sure no child is left behind.

Having hard working, passionate and engaged staff is the key to achieving this vision.  If you possess these qualities and are looking for a teaching post, an associate staff position or a leadership opportunity we would love to hear from you.

As a multi-academy trust with a number of schools we can offer career and personal development to support your aspirations.

Details of the current vacancies we have in our schools are below, please see the application details relating to the post you are interested in.

Alternatively, if having looked at our website and we do not have a suitable vacancy at the moment, we are always keen to hear from people who share our vision and values and are interested in working for us.  Please use the contact tab on our website to get in touch with us.

Current Vacancies

Stanley Grove Primary Academy is seeking to employ outstanding individuals for the following positions;

SEN Keyworker at TA3 G4

1 x SEN Keyworker (Fixed Term 31.08.2018) 30 hours per week

1 SEN Keyworker (Maternity Cover as from Jan 2018) 35 hours per week

Stanley Grove Primary Academy is part of the Bright Futures Educational Trust, a multi-academy trust destined for success. We believe that the Trust has the capability to become world class. We understand that the professional development of all our staff is central to this ambition.

Successful candidates will join a school of highly committed and talented staff dedicated to raising achievement and providing aspiration role models for all our children.

We are looking for candidates who:

  • Have a record of outstanding classroom support and practice
  • Have experience supporting children with SEN to make progress in their learning
  • Support the inclusive ethos of the school and believe that every child should have the opportunity to fulfil their potential
  • Be committed to professional development
  • Have high expectations of behaviour and good classroom management strategies
  • Enjoy working as part of a team with outstanding interpersonal ad communication skills
  • Be enthusiastic, flexible and able to make an active contribution to the broader life of the school
  • Have endless energy, imagination and initiative

We can offer:

  • An innovative and forward thinking school
  • A warm, welcoming and nurturing culture
  • A friendly and dedicated team of staff
  • Enthusiastic and caring children form a diverse range of backgrounds
  • A high standard of professional development

If you have the attributes we are looking for and ready for a challenge, we would look forward to reading your application.  Please complete the application form and send to kmcgowan@sgpa.bfet.uk

Stanley Grove Primary Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and we expect everyone to share this commitment. This post requires an enhanced DBS Disclosure.

No Agencies please.

CV’s not accepted.

Closing date for Applications: Monday 20th November 12.00noon

Shortlisting: Monday 20th November

Interviews: Wednesday 22nd November or Thursday 23rd November 2017

SEN Keyworker Job DescriptionSEN Keyworker Person SpecificationApplication for employment

 

Rushbrook Primary Academy

101 Shillingford Road, Gorton, Manchester, M18 7TN

Tel:  0161 223 5955

Fax:  0161 223 8695

Email:  recruitment@rpa.bfet.uk

Lunchtime Organiser

Lunchtime organiser is required as soon as possible until 31st August 2018 (may become permanent).

The Governors are seeking to appoint a lunchtime organiser during the lunchtime period.

10 hours per week over the lunchtime period.

Monday – Friday

Term time only

£4008.00 p.a.

No experience is necessary.

Rushbrook Primary Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  The successful candidate will require an enhanced DBS clearance and references will be taken up.

Application forms and further details are available from the school at www.rpa.bfet.uk/vacancies  or by e mailing recruitment@rpa.bfet.uk  or by calling into the school office.

No Agencies please.

CV’s not accepted.

Closing Date: Friday 17th November 2017               

Interviews will be held on: Monday 20th November 2017

Lunchtime Organiser Job Description and Person SpecificationApplication for employment

 

RUSHBROOK PRIMARY ACADEMY

SEN Mentor (part time) required as soon as possible – this is a temporary post (in the first instance) until 31st August 2018.

30 hours per week (5 days) – Term time plus 5 days

Salary: NJC Grade 4 points 17 – 21 Actual salary £13,029 p.a. point 17  

Bright Futures Educational Trust wishes to appoint a Temporary SEN Mentor to work 1:1, with small groups, running interventions, and working in class across the year groups in an interesting and exciting opportunity at Rushbrook Primary Academy – a member of the Bright Futures family of schools.  This is an opportunity to be part of a unique and new trust that is committed to improving life chances for children through an enhanced education offer.

You must have excellent interpersonal and written communication skills. You must understand emotional intelligence, the learning process and the importance of therapeutic intervention in helping to educate the whole child.

Both the school and the Trust are committed to educating the whole child and in developing the child to fulfil their potential.  The Trust opened The Connell Sixth Form College in September 2013 which completes its “cradle to career” education offer for Gorton children and young people. BFET provides outstanding training and CPD opportunities for all staff.

Rushbrook Primary Academy is led with the Montessori philosophy of ‘follow the child’.  You will need to be hard working, honest, keen to develop yourself and committed to educating the whole child. You should be a team player and understand the importance of working together to improve the life chances of all pupils.

“The Bright Futures Educational Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  Any successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure by the Criminal Records Bureau.  The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.”

Application packs are available from: www.rpa.bfet.uk  or recruitment@rpa.bfet.uk or directly from the school.  Please return to recruitment@rpa.b.fet.uk or to the school.

No Agencies please.

CV’s not accepted.

Closing date:     Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Interviews:         Friday 24th November 2017

SEN Mentor Job Description and Person SpecificationApplication for employment