- Permanent (subject to a satisfactory probationary period)
- Salary range - Scale 4 (£18,672 - £20,541)
- Location - Manchester
- Closing date - September 21, 2018
This is an important role providing the successful applicant with the opportunity to support the Academy in ensuring that, where necessary, lessons are covered by a dedicated professional who is fully committed to supporting the Academy’s behaviour management and teaching and learning strategies.
The right candidate will have the drive and ambition to demonstrate excellent practice within the classroom across the academy. They will put young people first and have the highest expectations of themselves, the pupils and others. Great interpersonal skills are key to effective classroom management as well as the ability to develop relationships with staff and pupils within the academy.
The Academy has a team of highly skilled and committed professionals who are relentless in their pursuit of excellence to improve the life chances of our students. An excellent career and professional development offer is also at the heart of the academy’s commitment to all employees.
Our core co-operative values define us. Every member of staff in our academy follows our ‘Ways of Being’;
- Do what matters most
- Be yourself, always
- Show you care
- Succeed together
Co-op North Manchester is a large campus set in nine acres of urban woodland and the learning spaces incorporate state of the art ICT, media and performance spaces. All departments are well-resourced to provide all students with what they need to develop their skills. This is an exciting opportunity for an inspirational and creative professional to play a crucial role in the Academy and be part of the Co-op Academies, one of the top performing multi-academy Trusts in the country.
Application form, job description and person specification are available from our academy website: http://www.mcmacademy.coop/vacancies
Completed applications should be returned to the Academy by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9.00am on Friday 21st September 2018. To arrange a visit or for an informal chat, please contact Debbie Hindle on 0161 681 1592 option 2