Current Vacancies

MPS/UPS (Fringe) – Required for Easter 2023

TLR negotiable in light of experience

 

We are seeking to appoint a dynamic, innovative and highly effective colleague to lead and develop this Faculty area.  We are looking for a new member of staff who can build on what has been achieved to date and to continue the transformation of MFL and EAL learning within our school.   This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious colleague who will be able to work effectively within a team, have the ability to lead and will be able to secure improvements rapidly with excellent outcomes for our young people

This post will best suit a colleague who has the passion and commitment to secure success for all.  We will consider applications from current experienced practitioners looking to enhance their leadership and those colleagues wishing to develop further and take on their first leadership role. We will offer a competitive negotiable salary package for an exceptional candidate.

We are a forward-thinking dynamic learning community with an exceptional and special ethos.  If you are committed to securing only the very best for young people and want to join a highly supportive team of colleagues who are on a rapid and successful school improvement journey with the goal of securing outstanding status, then we would be interested in meeting with you and discussing this position further.

For further details and an application pack please contact Karen Crump, Trust HR Manager on 01753 520473 or via email to k.crump@beechwood.slough.sch.uk.  Informal discussions and visits to the school are welcome.

Closing date:    Applications to be received by noon on Friday 17 February 2023

We reserve the right to appoint before the deadline for an exceptional candidate

Beechwood is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  CVs are not acceptable. 

32.5 hours per week (five days a week - working times to be negotiated)
Flexible working patterns can be considered
Term Time plus Inset (one week) + two additional weeks worked during the school holidays

Rate of Pay – NJC Scale 6, points 24-29 plus Outer London fringe allowance
(e.g. pro-rata salary £25,474 to £28,895 depending on experience)
We offer a generous annual leave entitlement 

 

We are looking to appoint a motivated and enthusiastic Trust HR Officer to join our HR team.  Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding role working with the Trust HR Manager to provide the best service to our schools?  Are you passionate about the employee life cycle?  Are you constantly striving to improve processes, passionate about offering a robust service, have an attention to detail and a desire to develop your career in the HR field now but also in the future?   This might be the job for you!

As an integral member of the HR team, you will administer the day-to-day HR service provision within our school.  You will undertake duties across a range of activities including recruitment and selection, onboarding, induction and retention, performance management, HR database and reporting, leaver administration and will be able to provide day to day advice to line managers and colleagues with general HR related queries.

We welcome applications from candidates who may currently be in their first HR role and are looking for a step up or alternatively candidates without experience but with transferrable skills.  Ideally, you will be studying towards, or have a Certificate in Personnel Practice or relevant experience to be able to provide high quality and timely support. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills will ensure you have the confidence to be able to tackle HR tasks and with support, you will be able to identify a range of risk-based options.  We will provide training on all aspects of this role and can provide support with your continued professional development to qualification.

For further details and an application pack please contact Karen Crump, Trust HR Manager on 01753 520473 or via email to k.crump@beechwood.slough.sch.uk.  
Informal discussions and visits to our schools are always welcome.

Deadline for applications:  Monday 13 February by 12 noon

We reserve the right to appoint before the closing date for an exceptional candidate.

The Schelwood Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children 

and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  

An enhanced DBS is required for this post.  CVs are not acceptable. 

Beechwood School, Long Readings Lane, Slough, SL2 1QE

Fixed Term Contract – Required for the Summer term 2023

 

Beechwood is seeking an ambitious, well-motivated and capable qualified teacher with a passion for English, able to engage students in a lively and innovative way. The successful candidate will be expected to teach across the age and ability range of the school and will demonstrate the ability to elicit excellent results from our students.

You will be:

-        an excellent qualified teacher who can teach English to KS3, KS4 and KS5 students;

-        an innovative practitioner who can motivate students and achieve excellent results;

-        be willing to work as part of a team to ensure all students reach their full potential.

You will hold a degree qualification of a good standard.  

Beechwood is a forward-thinking dynamic learning community with an exceptional and special ethos.  We have excellent extensive facilities and therefore a great teaching and learning environment.  If you are committed to securing only the very best for young people and want to join a highly supportive team of colleagues who are on a rapid and successful school improvement journey with the goal of securing outstanding status, then we would be interested in meeting with you and discussing this position further.

For further details and an application pack please contact Karen Crump, HR Manager on 01753 520473 or via email to k.crump@beechwood.slough.sch.uk   Informal discussions and visits to the school are welcome.

Closing date:  17 February 2023 

We reserve the right to appoint before the deadline for an exceptional candidate

Beechwood is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  An enhanced DBS is required for this post.

CVs are not acceptable.

32.5 hours per week (five days a week – 08:30 – 3:30 pm)
Term Time plus Inset (one week) 

Rate of Pay – NJC Scale 5, points 15-23 plus Outer London fringe allowance
(e.g. pro-rata salary £20,290 to 25,514 depending on experience)
We offer a generous annual leave entitlement for support staff

 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented individual to provide medical support to students at the School.  The successful candidate will also be responsible for keeping up to date records of students with medical conditions which includes the maintenance of the medical needs register and the writing and updating of medical care plans for individual students.   You will care for students who are injured or who become unwell during the school day together with leading the first aid team to provide first aid and emergency care to all members of the school community.  You will promote health education and healthy lifestyles and undertake administrative and clerical tasks within the support team as required.

For further details and an application pack please contact Karen Crump, Trust HR Manager on 01753 520473 or via email to k.crump@beechwood.slough.sch.uk.   Informal discussions and visits to our schools are always welcome.

Deadline for applications:  Monday 13 February by 12 noon

We reserve the right to appoint before the closing date for an exceptional candidate.

The Schelwood Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children 
and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  
An enhanced DBS is required for this post.  CVs are not acceptable. 

 

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