Miscellaneous Vacancies — Miscellaneous

Oxford Diocesan Board of Education

1. School Link Adviser

(Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes)

2. SIAMS Adviser (0.6 FTE)

Salary commencing at £52,979 (FTE)
Required for January 2019

The Oxford Diocesan Board of Education has 283 schools, of which all but 12 cover the primary phase. We are seeking a School Link Adviser (Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes) and a SIAMS Adviser (working across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire), to support our family of schools. The School Link Adviser is a full-time role but also may be open to candidates who are seeking a part-time or secondment opportunity. Some evening and weekend work will be required.

We are looking for individuals with a proven track record as a head teacher or senior leader in a primary school or in recent advisory/consultancy work and who can demonstrate school improvement experience and an ability to build and maintain effective relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.

Further details and an application form can be found at https://www.oxford.anglican.org/odbe-school-link-adviser/ and https://www.oxford.anglican.org/odbe-siams-adviser/

For an initial informal discussion, please contact Helen Mitchell on 01865 208217 who will arrange for you to speak with a Principal Adviser.

Closing date for applications: 9.00 am on Monday 10 September 2018
Interviews: 20/21 September 2018




Would you like to work in local schools?
Are you a qualified teacher?
Do you want to work only when it suits?
Receive top rates of pay each week?

We are a teacher recruitment agency in Bracknell, Berkshire. We cover all of Berkshire, North Hampshire, Surrey and parts of Bucks. We provide a friendly work finding service for qualified teachers.

Email: info@teaching-agency.co.uk
Call 01344 482708


MIS Financial Consultant

Princes Risborough
£23,000–£28,000 FTE
Full time, term time only

The successful candidate will provide high quality MIS financial and system advice to our customers and will be joining a professional team of experts, working as part of the office based team or occasionally on-site in a variety of schools and academies with an expectation to use their own initiative.

Responsibilities to include:

  • Provide telephone support and assistance on schools’ MIS Finance software to staff within schools
  • Log all queries and requests into the Staff portal helpdesk system
  • Keep schools or Team Leader regularly informed of progress if a case has been logged or data sent to software supplier
  • Test and implement new MIS products and upgrades
  • Support the configuration and update of MIS systems in schools, working with colleagues across the company as required
  • Keep abreast of new developments in software and keeping schools informed
  • Assist in the co-ordination, implementation, production and delivery of MIS training programmes, using a variety of techniques, including formal training delivery, seminars, on-site training and workspace sessions
  • Advise customers on the appropriate training and the relevant medium of delivery
  • Advise and guide schools on school improvements/processes whilst promoting effective use of the school’s MIS systems.
  • Develop and maintain high quality support documentation
  • Supplement the Finance Services Team during busy periods by providing Finance Services on site at schools.

We are offering a competitive salary plus great benefits. The role is subject to an enhanced DBS check and the candidate must be able to drive.

To apply please send an up to date CV along with a cover letter to recruitment@turniton.co.uk

turn IT on is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all employees to share this commitment.

‘Happy to talk flexible working’

Tel: 01865 597620
web: www.turniton.co.uk
email: office@turniton.co.uk
post: Wittas House, Two Rivers, Station Lane, Witney, OX28 4BH


Coram Life Education




Term time only (0.8, full-time considered)
Salary: £19,250 - £25,410
(Scale 1/2, pro-rata)

A rare opportunity to join our team of Educators in the delivery of specialised health, well-being and drug education programmes to primary aged children throughout Thames Valley/North Hampshire.

Ideally resident in the Newbury/Reading area, you will preferably have recent experience of working with young children and knowledge of and an interest in health, well-being and drug issues. A flexible approach is required as the days worked each week may vary.

Life Education Wessex & Thames Valley is a charity working with schools and the community to help children make informed healthy choices and stay safe. Educators use positive and dynamic teaching strategies and specially designed visual aids and models to make children aware of the wonders of the body and how to look after it. The fun, age-appropriate and memorable programmes are primarily delivered in purpose built mobile classrooms.

The successful candidate will be required to undergo and pass an intensive three month training course and be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Visit https://www.lifeeducationwessex.org.uk/join-us for information pack.

Closing date: Monday 24th September 2018
Interviews: Thursday 4th October 2018

Applicants must have eligibility to work in the UK and a full UK driving licence.

Charity Number: 1071094


Satro Mobile

Could you, or someone you know, help young people learn skills for employment in construction?

We are an educational charity running a fleet of 6 Mobile Classrooms, teaching construction skills to young people aged 15–18 in schools across Surrey, Berkshire and South London.

Due to the success of our service we now need to recruit additional Tutors to meet demand.

We are looking for people with:

  • A passion to pass on their skills to young people and help them succeed in life
  • Relevant teaching experience
  • An ability to tailor teaching styles to differing groups of students including the management of challenging behaviour and adapting accessible learning to students with Special Educational Needs
  • Excellent communication skills & rapport with young people
  • Practical experience and qualification in a variety of construction skills
  • Full driving licence
  • The role will require a DBS check

Full training will be given. Salary £32,000 FTE pro rata.

For further information, including a full job description please visit www.satro.org.uk

The job description can also be downloaded below:


Windsor & Maidenhead - Maintained, Academy and Free Schools

Holyport College logo 


All-ability co-educational
day and boarding school
for students aged 11–19 years


 ‘High aspirations, traditional values’

Resident Fellow

£13,443 pa (£16,394 FTE), plus accommodation and meals
Required for September 2018

Opened in 2014, Holyport College has quickly established itself as an ambitious and dynamic school. Popular with parents, we are one of the most over-subscribed schools in our area. To complete our team of Resident Fellows next year, we seek a creative and talented female graduate who will join us this September to primarily work in our girls boarding house, but there will also be opportunities to gain experience in the classroom too.

Situated in the picturesque village of Holyport, close to Windsor, Maidenhead and London, Holyport College is the country’s first state day and boarding free school and has Eton College as its sole education sponsor. Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from Eton College and the use of some of its facilities will add a unique dimension to your work.

For more information, please visit our website to download an application pack: www.holyportcollege.org.uk

Should you wish to have an informal discussion, please contact Paul Hayes, Assistant Head Master on 01628 640150 or p.hayes@holyportcollege.org.uk

Applications should be returned by email to careers@holyportcollege.org.uk

Interviews will be held on receipt of application.

Holyport College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All staff are required to obtain an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.