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COMMITMENT TO SAFEGUARDING

Stephenson's Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including an enhanced DBS check.

Prior to you attending one of our recruitment and selection processes, we expect you to have read the following policies:

  1. Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
  2. DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE)

Non-Teaching Application Form

Teaching Application Form

TEACHER OF ART and PHOTOGRAPHY


0.7 FTE Fixed term Maternity cover
MPR/UPR
11-18 Mixed Comprehensive 1847 on roll

Are you passionate about the Arts and have the ability to deliver high quality lessons and achieve excellent results? Then come and join a high performing and forward thinking Art & Design Technology team at Rainhill High School, including Rainhill Sixth.

Rainhill High was graded as ‘Good’ by Ofsted in February 2023.

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding, dynamic and creative Art and Photography teacher for September 2024 with excellent interpersonal skills, who has a thirst for knowledge and can inspire young people to develop and creatively explore their ideas, skills and confidence in a range of creative and technical disciplines.

This position is a fixed term maternity leave part time contract to start in September 2024. We welcome applications from both experienced and newly qualified teachers.

If you believe you have the skills and dedication to meet our standards, and be part of our pursuit of excellence, then we are the school for you.

Our core values; Learn, Think, Contribute, Care, embody our determination to ensure that all our pupils receive a first-class education that enables them to take their place in society confidently. We are a popular and high-achieving school on the edge of Merseyside with a strong reputation locally and oversubscribed. The school is working hard to make a difference to staff workloads by investing time, technology, and support to make Rainhill High School and Rainhill Sixth an attractive place to work.

Please find further details in our Applicant Information pack and by visiting our website

Prospective candidates can visit the school by prior appointment. Please contact jobs@rainhillhigh.org.uk or telephone 01744 677205 to let us know if you are interested. Please return application forms to jobs@rainhillhigh.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 9am on Thursday 9th May 2024

Interviews: Friday 17th May 2024

Recruitment Pack

Head of Humanities with History

TLR 1B £11,406 pa
11-18 Mixed Comprehensive 1847 on roll

Are you a dynamic leader and creative, passionate and inspirational about Humanities and History in particular?
We are seeking to appoint a Head of Humanities and History who has the capacity to enthuse, engage and inspire our young people through strong subject knowledge; someone who thrives on collaboration and teamwork; a committed, dynamic professional with high levels of personalmotivation and ambition.

As Head of the Humanities Faculty, you will want to make a difference and want to lead a committed team of professionals and become part of an inspiring and nurturing team, who is always looking forways to make learning as engaging as possible for students, whilst supporting them to progress to their full potential.

Rainhill High was graded as ‘Good’ by Ofsted in February 2023. As a driven individual who can bring excellent leadership skills and outstanding teaching to Rainhill, you will have a proven track record of improvement as an inspirational and experienced practitioner securing outcomes across the key stages and possibly some existing leadership experience.

You will need to have excellent interpersonal skills with a genuine commitment to teaching and developing our student’s love of learning in these humanities areas. If you believe you have the skills and dedication to meet our standards, and be part of our pursuit of excellence, then we are the school for you. We are a popular and high-achieving school on the edge of Merseyside with a strong reputation locally and oversubscribed.

Our core values; Learn, Think, Contribute, Care, embody our determination to ensure that all our pupils receive a first-class education that enables them to take their place in society confidently.

Please find further details in our Applicant Information pack and by visiting our website
Please return application forms to jobs@rainhillhigh.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 9am on Tuesday 7th May 2024
Interviews: Tuesday 14th May 2024​​

Recruitment Pack

Chief Finance & Operations Officer

Chief Finance & Operations Officer
£61,882 - £71,729 pa
Support staff Leadership L12 - 18
37 hours per week, Full Year permanent

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and inspirational education business professional to act as our Chief Finance and Operations Officer, with responsibility for the non-teaching business and financial operations of the Trust and for ensuring compliance with all relevant regulations and statutory requirements.
We are looking to build on existing financial systems, driving best practice through a range of areas including strategic financial management, procurement, contract negotiations, and tendering. Taking overall responsibility for the financial leadership and management of the Trust to ensure financial sustainability as we endeavour to grow the Trust.
An experienced finance or accounting professional with outstanding leadership skills and a track record of success at senior level, you should bring an enterprising approach to business development, strategy and partnerships to help us achieve our strategic objectives, effectively leading the Trust’s finances and contribute to the strategic direction and future of our Trust. The CFOO will have a key role to play in the Leadership Team, contributing to Trust-level decision making and strategies for future growth and development.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate that they have:
• Financial expertise to help us navigate the current challenges being faced by the education sector.
• A passion for working in the education sector and commitment to our mission and vision.
• The ability to think strategically as well as have a good understanding of the wider context beyond education.
• The ability to inspire confidence and think creatively.
• A commitment to lead through others and empower teams.
• The ability to problem-solve with good organisation and prioritisation skills.
• A commitment to always place our children at the centre of decision making.

We believe in investing and supporting our staff to be the best that they can be, as well as giving people ownership of their responsibilities and the autonomy to be proactive. This is a role in which you will get the opportunity to thrive.
We welcome applications from people within and beyond the education sector. If you would like to find out more about Stephenson Multi Academy Trust and the role, please contact Loraine Potter to arrange a visit.

If you feel this is the role for you, please see the full job description and employee specification in the Applicant Information pack and by visiting our website