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Programme Manager

Job Summary
Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Please see advert text
Advert Start Date:
18/03/2021
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 12/04/2021 12:00
Salary:
£30,451 to £34,728 (Full Time Equivalent)
Job Category:
Finance / Benefits / Revenues / Procurement
Vacancy ID:
205119
Employment Location:
County Durham
Closing date:
12 Apr
Further Information

Programme Manager
Required as soon as possible
Starting salary depending on experience and qualifications
£30,451 – 34,728, full time equivalent
The Trust will consider Term Time only, Full Time or a blend of both

At the North East Learning Trust, our vision is simple and shared by all staff – that every child experiences excellence every day. This culture permeates everything we do and everyone’s role. The purpose of the NELT Institute is to extend our vision for excellence beyond our schools' gates.

We are looking for a skilled and dedicated colleague to join our growing team. You will be responsible for overseeing our professional development offers for teachers.

We are at an exciting point in our development. Over recent years, the range and quality of support that we provide to other schools has grown and diversified. We have just been appointed a Teaching School Hub meaning that we will be responsible for critical aspects of teacher development across our region. We are now bringing together all of our external offers into The NELT Institute to optimise both our internal operations and how we meet local schools' needs.

The Programme Manager role is new and will play a central role in the next phase of our development. Specifically, you will ensure that we provide a consistently excellent user experience and that our internal operations are effective and efficient.

Our ideal candidate will be analytical, well-organised and committed to ensuring our work is of the highest standard. You will have led projects. You will know how to manage risk and budgets and be confident adapting to changing situations. You will be comfortable with autonomy and know when to bring in colleagues for support.

Deadline:
Monday 12th April at 12 pm. Shortlisting will take place Tuesday 13th April, with interviews taking place week commencing Monday 19th April.

How to apply:
Application packs can be downloaded from the website. The application form should be completed and returned to debra.livingston@nelt.co.uk or by post to Debra Livingston, The Academy at Shotton Hall, Passfield Way, Peterlee, SR8 1AU.

Please note
This job is closed for applications.