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Please submit your interest in working for us or an application for a current vacancy here.
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Current Staff Vacancies
|Ashley CofE Primary School|
|Farnborough Grange Nursery/ Infant School|
|St Johns CofE Primary School||Teaching Assistant|
|St Mark & All Saints CofE Primary School||Key Stage 2 Class Teacher|
Our policy statement on the recruitment of ex-offenders, can be found here.
Non Executive Director Recruitment
Opportunity for non-Executive Directors
The Good Shepherd Trust, a multi-academy Trust serving Surrey and north-east Hampshire is looking to appoint 3 or 4 new non-executive Directors to the Board. The Members of the Trust appoint applicants following a selection and interview process.
Are you someone who:
- Enjoys working with others?
- Understands the strategic role and responsibilities of non-executive Board members or is willing to learn more?
- Enjoys the responsibility of governance and could bring skills in accountancy, business, human resources, or school leadership?
- Supports the ethos and values of The Good Shepherd Trust as a Church of England multi-academy trust?
- Has the time to commit to the work of the Board? This would be in the region of 6 -8 hours per month.
In addition to opportunities for non-executive Directors, the Board will be seeking a Chair to succeed the current Chair starting during the next academic year 2022-2023 and this may also be of interest. If you’d like to consider this role further, or like any more information please contact any of the following Trustee Directors:
Simon Walker at email@example.com,
Louise Pollock at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Yvonne McLeod at email@example.com
Applications must be received by close of business on 22 June 2022
For more information about the role please click here
Local Committee Member Vacancies
Do you want to make a difference in your community, and develop your professional skills? By volunteering as a local committee member for a school, you can do both.
Volunteer as an local committee member with us to:
- use and develop your leadership skills
- support a local school and community
- be part of a team who are passionate about providing the very best for children
- benefit from a wide range of training and support.
If you could you bring professional expertise to a school setting, and work with school leaders to support outcomes for children, please contact us.