Teaching Leaders is an innovative charity, which sets out to measurably raise levels of pupil achievement in schools working in challenging contexts through developing outstanding middle leaders (i.e. heads of department, heads of year and other whole-school roles).
We were developed in partnership with four of the UK’s most forward-thinking educational organisations: the National College, ARK, Teach First and Future Leaders.
The TL Fellows Programme was launched in 2008 with an inaugural cohort of 30 in inner London schools. Five years later we’ve developed a modular programme(TL Teams) and we’re now working with almost 444 secondary schools across England; 243 of which have supported our network of 776 Fellows and Alumni through our flagship TL Fellows Programme. In response to the challenges facing primary schools, in 2014, TL developed a bespoke leadership development programme called TL Primary for 1,200 teachers in partnership with NAHT, CfBT and primary heads from across the country.
Find out more about Teaching Leaders movement and the impact we’ve had so far in this Prezi, and take a look at our vacancies below to see how you could be part of the next chapter in our journey. We’d encourage you to look carefully at our mission and values before applying.
Executive Administrator and Team Assistant, Midlands
Executive Administrator and Team Assistant plays a crucial role in the Midlands team, working internally to support the efficient operation of the regional team, and externally to deepen our relationships with Headteachers and Senior Leaders. They will specifically be supporting the Regional Director and School Relations team for the Midlands, and will also work across the wider regional team on a regular basis.
The successful candidate will therefore need to have excellent people skills and feel comfortable engaging with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. Ability to prioritise multiple tasks with ‘can do’ attitude, and willingness to be flexible and support different team members and projects, is essential. We are also looking for an individual who shares the team’s and organisation’s strong sense of moral purpose in addressing educational disadvantage.
To find out more about the role including how to apply, please read the full job description and application pack here. Interested candidates should email the following to email@example.com by 9am on Thursday October:
- Cover Letter – please detail how your skills and experience meet the person specification for this role. Please also state where you saw this job role advertised.
- CV with details of 2 referees (one of which must be your current or most recent employer). We will not contact referees without your permission.
Communications Manager, National
We are looking for a Communications Manager to with the External Relations team to raise the profile of the charity further.
The new Communications Manager will play a key role in helping to generate new content and keeping our channels of communication fresh and relevant. They will be responsible for developing key projects such as the Annual Review and the brand film as well as writing news articles for our website. In parallel to developing content, the Communications Manager will be responsible for the dissemination of content. The role will be stimulating and involve significant variety and challenge. We are energetic, innovative and collaborative in our approach to communications and welcome fresh input. Candidates must be computer literate, have excellent communication skills and be confident, outgoing and self-motivated.
To find out more please see the JD here.
To apply for the role please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17 October