Vacancies

Please see below for a list of our current vacancies.

March 2019

Job: Derby Diocesan Trust (DDAT/DDAT2) Teacher
Phase: Primary
Salary: £ Negotiable to attract the best
Hours: Full-time
 
Downloads:

Job Description
Application Form (a Word document will download)
References and Monitoring Form (a Word document will download)

Are you an outstanding teacher looking for a unique challenge with the opportunity to have a real impact across communities in Derbyshire and Derby City?

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) are looking for an ambitious individual to deliver and showcase best practice across their schools, responding to need within the Trust.

DDAT was created in 2014 and offers a solution for schools in Derby and Derbyshire who wish to take advantage of academy status. The Trust currently has schools across Derby City and Derbyshire. The high-quality support provided to DDAT schools has resulted in a healthy pipeline of schools that are waiting to join, including a number of Good and Outstanding schools that will join those already within the Trust.

DDAT are now in a position to recruit to an exciting new position where the successful candidate will be deployed across the DDAT family of schools, providing capacity in schools where needed and leading on aspects of Trust-wide improvement.

If you are ready for a new and exciting challenge we will offer you:

  • High quality, personalised professional development;
  • Vibrant and exciting opportunities across the MAT, including working alongside the central team of School Improvement Officers;
  • The opportunity to have a positive impact on the lives of children in schools across Derbyshire and Derby City;
  • Experience of a wide-range of school contexts;
  • Creative and innovative approaches to teaching and learning.

If you have the skills and drive to be successful in this role please contact us at sarah.ferguson@derby.anglican.org to arrange an informal discussion with our CEO and/or to request an application form.

Derby Diocesan Academy Trust (DDAT) is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment and DBS checks. DDAT actively encourages a diverse population of both children and staff and is committed to promoting and developing equality of opportunity in all its functions.