Required for January 2020, subject to completion of pre-employment and safeguarding checks.
Governors are seeking to appoint an experienced, outstanding, inspirational and dynamic leader to help us to build on our successes, tackle our challenges and ensure that all our learners continue to flourish. Ideally you will already be an existing Headteacher with ambitions to take on a large and diverse school.
St Julian's School is an 11-18 school with 1497 students on roll including a Learning resource base, the Learning Development Centre which is a hugely important and special part of the school.
Governors are committed to appointing a Head Teacher who:
*Can provide clear, inspirational, ideas for raising educational standards in all departments of the school.
*has the ability to promote a strong and nurturing value base with aspirations for every individual child, teacher and the school community as a whole
*Has the vision and experience to further progress standards and achievements of the school.
*Possesses excellent leadership, management, communication and personal skills
*Has the ability to promote effective teamwork.
*Has the ability to build on the very good links that have been established with the primary/ feeder schools, parents, the wider community and local employers.
Governors will support the successful candidate in all aspects of school life thereby creating a practice of effective learning and development throughout the school and its community.
Candidates are invited to visit the school on Monday 16th September 2019 from 2pm onwards.
Candidates are advised that if shortlisted they will be required to complete an online psychometric assessment as part of the recruitment process. The test will take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
Closing Date for Applications: 22nd September 2019
Shortlisting: 24th September 2019
Interviews scheduled for: 27th and 30th September 2019. (Successful candidates will progress to day 2)
St Julian’s School 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.