Trust Vacancies

Osprey Learning Trust - The employer of choice

Joining our Trust means so much more than working for just one school. Osprey Learning Trust is a successful growing family of schools that play a part in shaping our culture within South Devon.

A career with us has many opportunities. We are passionate in supporting staff with their professional development and well-being. We believe that the more we invest in our staff, the more successful we will become as an educational Trust.

We want the best for our stakeholders and have many opportunities and rewards on offer.

Benefits
– Childcare voucher scheme
– Cycle scheme
– Dartmoor National Park within 30mins of each school
– Coastal locations
– 10 minutes from M5 motorway
– Excellent rail and bus links
– 20 min drive from Exeter Airport

Incentives
– Investment in resources and facilities
– Free Occupational Health referrals
– Free use of on site Fitness Suite (Exeter Rd)
– Food allowance for approved duties
– In house HR and Finance expertise
– Staff iPads (Mill Lane)

CPD And Progression
– Personalised training programmes
– New staff/PGCE Induction programmes
– Middle leader training opportunities
– Mentor programmes
– Strong links with external groups such as PiXL, Challenge Partners and South West Teaching School Alliance
– Strong links within the local learning community

Trust Vacancies

Teignmouth Community School, Exeter Road

Exam Invigilators

Part time, occasional work

£9.36 per hour

We wish to expand our casual bank of staff for examination invigilation. Reliable, confident people are sought to invigilate for public, mock and computer based assessments. You will be responsible for the supervision of pupils in the exam room, issuing the correct exam paper and adhering to the regulations (Joint Council for Qualifications). Full training will be given.

  • Teignmouth Community School is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young adults. If successful, you will undergo an Enhanced Level DBS check.

Closing Date for applications: 24 February 2020, 12:00

Information Pack | PDF

Application Form | Word Doc

Cover Supervisor (fixed term)

  • NJC D – £8,569
  • 18 hours per week, 39 weeks per annum

We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about supporting students’ learning and be able to supervise students in the classroom.  You will need to work closely with a range of staff within the school.

The key purpose and functions of this role will include:

  • To supervise classes when teachers are absent, ensuring that students carry out the work that has been set by the teacher or by another member of that teaching team.
  • To register tutor groups when teachers are absent and attending assemblies when necessary.
  • To exercise all the powers of a teacher, including rewards and sanctions in line with school policies and procedures.
  • To ensure students have equality of access to opportunities to learn and develop.
  • To report back to absent teachers on the progress of the lesson.
  • To have the opportunity to assist voluntarily with extra-curricular activities for students throughout the year.
  • To be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health and safety, confidentiality and date protection, and report all concerns to an appropriate person.
  • To attend after-school meetings where applicable.
  • To assist within other areas of the school where called upon.
  • ICT skills are preferable but training can be provided.

Teignmouth Community School is committed to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young adults. If successful, you will undergo an Enhanced Level DBS check.

Closing Date for applications: 26 February, 12:00pm

Information Pack | PDF

Application Form | Word Doc

Director/Local Governance Vacancies

We currently have vacancies on the Osprey Learning Trust board of directors, as well as on our local governance boards.

We would be delighted to hear from you if you:

  • Are interested in children’s education and the performance of a group of schools
  • Have an enquiring mind, and has the confidence to ask questions and debate issues that have an impact on the quality of education we provide
  • Can consider matters strategically, objectively and can make informed judgements
  • Have an enthusiastic and proactive attitude
  • Are able to work well as part of a team

What is the role of our governance boards?

The board of directors is the governing body for all the schools within the Trust and has three core functions:

  1. Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
  2. Holding the Chief Executive Officer and other executive leaders to account for the educational performance of the Trust’s schools and their pupils, and the performance management of its staff; and
  3. Overseeing the financial performance of the Trust and making sure its money is well

We currently have five schools within our Trust:

  • Teignmouth Community School, Exeter Road
  • Teignmouth Community School, Mill Lane
  • Cockwood Primary School
  • Kenton Primary School
  • Kenn CofE Primary School

What does the role offer?

  • A chance to develop your own personal skills
  • Access to free training in respect of education and governance matters

In practice, what will I be expected to do?

  • Regularly attend governance or board meetings, having read the information submitted electronically in advance of the meeting so that you can ask relevant questions and provide appropriate challenge to executive leaders during the meetings. The information submitted in advance consists of reports, from a number of sources to help you form an opinion of how our schools are performing and the key issues they are facing;
  • Attend appropriate training and read information updates to help you understand your role;
  • Use your skills and knowledge to be part of a committee or portfolio holder. We have a number of different committees and portfolios within the LGBs and Trust board – they include Finance, Audit, Resources, Safeguarding, Welfare, Personnel, Educational Outcomes, to name a few;
  • Provide feedback on the efficiency of the governance structure;
  • You may also be asked to make occasional school visits and/or to occasionally meet with staff to help monitor a specific area of responsibility (e.g. safeguarding).

If you are interested, or know someone who would be, please email email hidden; JavaScript is required and we can explain the different roles available.

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Kenn C of E Primary School

Currently no vacancies

Cockwood Primary School

Currently no vacancies

Teignmouth Community School, Mill Lane

Currently no vacancies

Kenton Primary School

Currently no vacancies

ALIVE Health

Currently no vacancies