Assistant Principal – Student Services and Liason

  • One Year Fixed Term Contract
  • Salary range - L10 – L14
  • Location - Manchester
  • Closing date - June 12, 2019
Job description

A unique opportunity to be a catalyst for social change.

We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified, enthusiastic and hard-working Assistant Principal (Student Services and Liaison) to be part of the College’s journey to becoming a truly outstanding establishment.  The successful candidate will be an inspirational teacher who can demonstrate passion, integrity and a genuine commitment to improving the life chances of all our students.

Our standards and expectations are high and you will be challenged to make a significant contribution to our continuing drive for excellence.  Our staff work tirelessly to instil in young people a self-belief which enables them to progress to the top universities, employers and apprenticeships.

In return an excellent career and professional development offer is at the heart of the College’s commitment to you. In addition you will have the opportunity to link with other Co-operative Academies across the North West. Our core co-operative values define us. Every member of staff follows our ‘Ways of Being’;

  • Do what matters most
  • Be yourself, always
  • Show you care
  • Succeed together.

Employee benefits include:

  • Local government pension scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Co-operative flexible benefits, including cycle to work
  • Co-operative credit union
  • Health-care cash-back scheme
  • Season ticket & rental deposit loans
  • Discount on various Co-op branded products

 Connell Co-op staff have the rare opportunity to be a catalyst for social change by transforming the lives of the young people in the communities that we serve.  Small class sizes and access to the full range of learning resources empowers our teachers to add significant value to every student and ensure that they enjoy learning, excel in their chosen subjects and exceed prior expectations.  If you share our belief that poverty and deprivation should never limit the quality of a young person’s educational experience or their levels of achievement, then we would love to hear from you.