Clerk to the Board of Trustees
£28,672 - £31,346 per annum pro rata
170 hours per academic year (10.18%FTE)
The Board of Trustees of OAK Multi-Academy Trust are looking to appoint a highly organised and self-motivated Clerk to join our Trust, based in Oadby, Leicestershire.
Accountable to the Chair of the Board of Trustees and the Chief Executive Officer, the Clerk will require excellent organisation, communication and ICT skills, and the ability to record accurate minutes of meetings. The ideal candidate will have an interest in education, be reliable and able to observe confidentiality requirements. Previous experience of clerking within a multi-academy trust would be desirable.
Apart from the formal Board and committee meetings which are usually held in the evenings, the remainder of the role is relatively flexible with some home working, depending on the requirements of the Chair of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.
OAK Trust is a local partnership of academies in south Leicestershire. The Trust was formally established in April 2018 and currently consists of one secondary school, two primary schools, one junior school, one infant and two pre-schools, with over 2,500 pupils and approximately 430 staff.
OAK Trust put our vision and values at the heart of everything we do which drives our commitment to the concept of a MAT as a family of schools working collaboratively with, and supporting each other to ensure all our children realise their full potential as learners and as citizens, and that no child is left behind.
How to apply
Please apply by downloading and completing an application form and submitting this with a letter of application.
For any further information, please contact the Trust HR Manager, Nicola Wall on 0116-2714941.
This post is eligible for a DBS check under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (i.e. it involves certain activities in relation to children and/ or adults) and is defined as regulated activity under Part 1 of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006.
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