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Regional Hub Leader

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
09/03/2018
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 23/03/2018 12:00
Salary:
£74,615 - £86,435
Job Category:
Education
Vacancy ID:
173018
Employment Location:
Sunderland / Newcastle / Northumberland
Post Number:
WISE-RHB2018GR

Job details 

Closing date:
23 Mar


Please note

This job is closed for applications.

Further information

Full-time, Leadership Spine L27–L33

Required for 1st September 2018

WISE Academies is a successful Multi-Academy Trust and is recognised as one of the leading trusts in the North. There are already seven academies in WISE and the Trust is about to enter its next phase of significant growth throughout the region. WISE Academies is preparing to expand its reach geographically and to enter the education system beyond its established areas.

In order to support this growth objective, the Trust is looking to appoint a Regional Hub Leader in order to ensure that it has both the capacity and expertise for strategic growth and to deliver outcomes for disadvantaged pupils across the region.

The role of the Regional Hub Leader will involve strategic oversight of a group of academies including the direct management as Headteacher/Executive Headteacher of one or more establishments. This will be a key addition to the Trust’s strategic leadership team who will ensure that school improvement takes place wherever it is needed through the Trust’s successful collaborative model.

High quality teaching and learning and strong leadership is at the heart of what makes WISE Academies successful and the successful candidate will be directly accountable to the CEO for outcomes.

The Regional Hub Leader will: -

• Play a critical role in advancing the goals of the MAT, leading the regional implementation of the Trust’s strategic plans;
• Work with the CEO to inform the policy making processes and Trust development objectives;
• Apply knowledge for practice and curriculum development appropriate to regional needs to deliver real
  positive change;
• Exemplify the Trust’s beliefs around best practice focussing on the highest standards of teaching, data outcomes,
  pupils’ work, learning environments, performance management and rigorous assessment;
• Have a robust approach to ensuring that teaching in WISE Academies is good or better Utilising skills creatively in the
  interests of the wider Trust;
• Demonstrate the vision, resilience and determination to succeed and overcome;
• Have the proven ability to work cohesively in partnership with other leaders and professionals to bring about rapid and
  sustained school improvement wherever it is needed and to promote the Trust:
• Be willing to adapt the role to do whatever it takes to ensure that all academies in the WISE deliver high outcomes
  for pupils.

The idea of partnership is important to us and is central to the success of our MAT. We know that we can learn from each others’ successes. The way we work means that we can use the talent that exists within our organisation in a creative way to allow all of our academies to achieve their full potential. For this reason the successful candidate must be willing and able to be deployed to lead any of the WISE Academies settings as required.

For an expression of interest form and further information, please contact WISE Academies Head Office, Borodin Avenue, Sunderland SR5 4NX, e-mail recruitment@wiseacademies.co.uk to whom completed applications must be returned.

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