Are you looking for a fulfilling, worthwhile and secure job?
Would you like to have a job that makes a real difference?
Come and join the team at SAND Academies Trust, a Trust in Gloucestershire offering exceptional education in our five schools. If you’re ready for a change in your career or want to take the next step in a position you’re already passionate about – talk to is, we would be delighted to hear from you.
The Schools and the Trust
We are passionate that every child deserves the very best education. As a partnership we will: improve outcomes, opportunities and life chances for children and young people, offer more / wider support for their families and develop staff expertise.
By joining our team we can offer you: generous annual leave allowance, generous pension scheme (LGPS or TPS), Employee Assistance Programme and Counselling, Occupational Health service, Continuing Professional Development and Staff Get Staff referral scheme.
SAND Academies Trust is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. As part of our Safer Recruitment practice, we will need a completed application form before any offers, and all staff will require safeguarding / pre-employment checks which include an enhanced DBS, satisfactory health clearance and evidence of Right to Work in the UK.
Trustee (voluntary role)
Closing Date: None
Location: SAND Academies Trust
SAND Academies Trust seeks a non-executive director/trustee to join a strong board supporting a relatively new multi-academy trust in Gloucestershire.
Local Advisory Board members (voluntary role)
SAND Academies Trust is seeking Local Advisory Board members for their schools in Cheltenham, Gloucester and Cirencester.
We would like to hear from any individual who has the time and enthusiasm to support one of schools. Please download the information for further details of the role.
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SAND Safeguarding policy
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