What can you gain from a Career at Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust?
Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust (OHC&AT) is an exciting, forward-thinking organisation, and there are many benefits to embarking on your career with us. There are plenty of reasons to join Orchard Hill College & Academy Trust, here are just a few:
– a strong ethos and culture focused on pupils and students with SEN
– comprehensive training and development from our in-house Training School
– scope for career progression across our College Centres and Academies
– generous annual leave and flexible working schemes
– defined benefits pension scheme
– childcare vouchers and enhanced parental leave schemes
– membership to Perkbox for benefits, vouchers and freebies
Please see below the current vacancies available across OHC&AT or email us on email@example.com to register your interest.
Start date: Starting in September 2020
This newly created role will cover a number of schools and college locations across Kingston, Sutton and Croydon regional areas.
The HRBP will provide the full range of generalist HR support across the employee lifecycle. This is a demanding client base with a heavy focus on ER and recruitment. There is also the opportunity for the development and delivery of proactive training and coaching to improve management capability across the region.
Start date: Starting in September 2020
This newly created role will cover a number of schools and college locations across Slough, Uxbridge and Hillingdon regional areas.
The Senior HRBP will have line management responsibility for an HR Administrator and together provide the full range of generalist HR support across the employee lifecycle. This is a demanding client base with a heavy focus on ER and recruitment. There is also the opportunity for the development and delivery of proactive training and coaching to improve management capability across the region.
Are you interested in supporting young people with severe learning disabilities, including Autism? We are seeking to recruit Learning Support Assistants who have the drive, creativity and a passion for teaching and learning to join our dedicated and welcoming team.
If you believe that pupils with SEN have an entitlement to engaging and exciting schooling then we want to hear from you.
Newly expanded as an academy trust, our friendly and successful Therapy team works in partnership with teachers and support staff in our education provision and Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust sites.
We are looking for an experienced Therapy Assistant to work as part of our dynamic multi-disciplinary team to assist our internal therapists in supporting our pupils in accessing all aspects of the curriculum.
Bedelsford is a special school in the heart of Kingston providing outstanding education for pupils aged 2-19 years, with physical and complex learning disabilities and difficulties including profound and multiple learning difficulties and complex medical needs.
We are seeking a qualified Speech and Language Therapist to join our therapy team.
This is a very exciting and pivotal moment in the lives of St Dominic’s, Brantridge and Grafham Grange schools. Academy conversion under the sponsorship of Orchard Hill College Academy Trust will help secure their futures and, no doubt, lead to better outcomes for pupils and students, families and carers, staff and all stakeholders.
Ken Cowdery, Chair of Governors
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