At Teaching Leaders we value our staff and work hard to provide an environment of support and development. Aside from a competitive pay package, we offer staff:
  • Extensive professional development including sessions on ‘how to hold difficult conversations’ and ‘new managers training’
  • 25 days annual leave
  • 10% employer pension contribution.

With offices in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Gateshead, Teaching Leaders is an exciting place to work, and we welcome applications from all backgrounds. We’d encourage you to look carefully at our mission and values before applying. Our staff profiles also give you an insight into what it’s like working at Teaching Leaders.

Take a look at our vacancies below to see how you could be part of the next chapter in our journey.

Fellows Programme Coordinator, North (6 month FTC with possibility to extend)

We are seeking a Fellows Programme Coordinator (FPC) to join our busy team in the North office. Based in central Manchester with occasional regional and national travel, the FPC will support the progress of Fellows (participants on TL Fellows) and the delivery of the programme through relationship and event management. The FPC will also be responsible for feeding into monitoring, evaluation and reporting processes (ME&R) in order to maximise the impact the programme has for both teachers and pupils based in schools in challenging contexts. This is an office based role with a high level of logistical planning, delivery and support to ensure a high quality of Fellow experience on the programme.

Please read the full job description here before applying. Candidates should send their completed applications to

Closing date: 9am Monday 15 February 2016

Executive Team Assistant, South

We are seeking an Executive Team Assistant to work in our South office, based in central London. As the South Executive Team Assistant you will play a critical part in ensuring our continued success and impact within region, providing administrative support to the both Associate Directors and across both teams.  As such, this is an ideal position for someone at the start of their career looking not only to build and expand their general administrative and office skills but also to develop a broader range of experience and skills related to sales, customer relations and event management.  It is also a great opportunity to see the inner workings of a large, successful charity and so would suit someone looking to begin a career in the charity/third sector.

Please read the full job description here before applying. Candidates should send their completed applications to

Closing date: 9am Monday 22 February 2016

Senior School Relations Manager, South

We are seeking a Senior School Relations Manager to join our South team, based in central London. The roles involve managing relationships with head teachers and senior leaders at schools we are already working with, to embed our relationships with them, and with new schools, to encourage them to join the Teaching Leaders movement. In addition, the post holders will work with the Schools Relations Associate Director in building relationships with other key education stakeholders with whom we collaborate, such as local authorities, academy groups and teaching schools. The post holder will also hold responsibilities involving relationship management, team management, school leader engagement activities and events, marketing campaigns and data management and analysis.

Please read the full job description here before applying. Completed applications should be sent to

Closing date: 9am Monday 15 February 2016

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