School Job opportunities: Help shape futures of young people at The Shared Learning Trust in Bedfordshire
If so, then perhaps a new role at The Shared Learning Trust could be just what you’re looking for.
The trust is a family of schools based in Bedfordshire; and the career opportunities are wide and varied.
You don’t have to be a teacher to help shape the future of young people within the trust’s valuable community.
Academies are thriving and bustling
There are a variety of jobs available. And maybe one of them could be yours.
The Shared Learning Trust comprises a lower school, two primary schools and two secondary schools with a sixth form. Two of the schools also have nursery provision, which means the trust offers education to pupils aged from two to 18.
It is a family-orientated trust, focusing on staff progression and career development.
There is collaboration across all the academies, providing the opportunity for colleagues to work in various settings and encouraging them to try new things, with plenty of role enhancement.
CEO Cathy Barr says: “Our academies are thriving and bustling places to work, with never a dull moment and so if someone is looking to join a place where they are supported, encouraged and esteemed, then we are a fantastic place to consider.”
A range of vacancies are now available
Cathy adds: “Every colleague is valuable at every level to ensure the smooth running of our schools.
“From teaching to support staff, we offer careers requiring a variety of skillsets, in all stages of one’s career.
“Currently we have vacancies ranging from a site agent to academy key holder, to a learning support assistant to lead practitioners of core subject.
“In addition to these roles, we regularly seek administrative staff to support with the day to day running of our trust.”
The Shared Learning Trust offers people a great variety of benefits when they join the team.
Cathy says: “Not only do we offer a fantastic pension, but we care about the mental health and wellbeing of our staff, providing sessions with a licensed counsellor if required and on-site gyms at some of our academies.
How to find out more about job opportunities
“Staff regularly organise socials and we include ‘coffee and croissant’ mornings, encouraging staff engagement and collaboration.”
In addition to full-time roles, 52 weeks a year, The Shared Learning Trust also offers term-time and part-time opportunities, which is perfect for families who need jobs which work around their lives and for those who are seeking a less intense role.
To find out more about opportunities working with The Shared Learning Trust, go to the website