Engage Enrich Excel Academies (EEEA) has an exciting opportunity for an experienced business professional.
Full time annual salary £43923.00 - £47681.00
Pro rata salary (30hrs) £33390 - £36247
30 hours a week, five days a week -various locations school based and some central office based depending on support required.
41 weeks (term time plus two weeks)
EEEA operates six primary schools in Surrey and Hampshire. We provide an extensive range of support for our family of schools. We are an ambitious Trust and have some exciting developments in the pipeline. Would you like to help us build and develop our primary Trust? Are you keen to help our pupils, staff and communities excel?
The role involves working with the executive team to enable our schools to be amazing. The work ranges from developing risk management to supporting schools when needed. The work includes dedicated time at the central office supporting the Trust functions. If you want a role that combines working in a school and helping to shape the Trust then this role is ideal. As the Trust grows there will be further opportunities to grow and shape how we work. This is a full-time role but we can offer flexible working conditions for the right applicant.
There are exciting developments in the pipeline to further develop the central function for the benefit of using our resources wisely and benefitting all our schools. We have just been approved to build two new schools that open in 2025 and you can help create new communities!
For the right candidate we offer flexibility in working hours.
If you are an experienced business manager looking to develop your career, this job is ideal. If you want to talk to us before submitting an application please contact us.
Positive collaboration is at the heart of our culture! Together our team helps to build fantastic communities.
Dates: interview W/C 15/01/2024 TBC -Please note we may interview candidates before the end of the closing date.
Engage Enrich Excel Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.