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  • @ Copyright 2019 | Parallel Learning Trust

    The Parallel Learning Trust was born from a philosophy that all children respond to high quality teaching and learning environments, whether

    they be mainstream, alternative or special settings.

    Application Deadline: 9am Monday 14th October Interviews scheduled to take place

    between 14th - 18th

    All applications must be sent electronically to ufrost@plt.org.uk before the deadline. Any applications

    received after this time will not be considered.

    A Special and Alternative Provision Multi-Academy Trust

    The Trust is committed to transforming lives for all pupils. Currently we have seven academies that

    offer alternative or special provision for those children with social, emotional or mental health needs.

    PO1/PO2 £35,637 - £38,403 pa (depending upon experience)

    mailto:ufrost@plt.org.uk

  • @ Copyright 2019 | Parallel Learning Trust

    The Parallel Learning Trust was born from a philosophy that all children respond to high quality teaching and learning environments, whether

    they be mainstream, alternative or special settings.

    Dear Candidate, Thank you for your interest in the role of Health and Safety Officer at PLT. I am delighted that you are interested in working with us, particularly at this exciting time in our journey. PLT currently has seven specialist or alternative provision academies and with clear plans for sustainable growth over the next 3 years. In addition to the projected growth we also have exciting plans for our current provisions, the DfE are funding two significant build programs, each with an anticipated £10 million budget. One is a new build of a residential building for 40 places at Ramsden Hall Academy with an additional expansion of the education facilities with 7 new classrooms, 4 SEN Therapy rooms and a sensory garden. The other project is a new build of an existing open academy for which we have approval from the Regional School’s Commissioner and Headteacher’s Board to increase the size and diversify the type of pupils whose needs we meet. The opportunity: We are looking to recruit a Health and Safety Officer who can rapidly develop a deep understanding of the highest safety standards and support service requirements of our Trust. You will join a strong, forward-looking and supportive Executive Leadership Team and will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer to secure its continuing success and support further development and growth of the Trust. As a potential candidate you: • will have a demonstrable track record of success in the effective leadership and delivery of business support services and managing transformational change; • will have strong interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate, influence and negotiate effectively; • may come from private, public, voluntary or education sector backgrounds. We are looking for an experienced professional with strong leadership and management skills, ambition and drive who shares our organisation’s values. Hopefully, the successful candidate to start in autumn 2019, however a later start date could be negotiated for the right candidate. Please complete the online application form. In addition, we ask that you provide a written statement of no more than two sides of A4 (in times roman, font size 11) detailing: • how you feel your experience and qualities meet the person specification

    • two examples of experience that demonstrate positive impact in your current or previous role(s) • why you want to work specifically in our Trust, and the challenges and opportunities we face If you would like further information or would like to have an informal conversation about the role with the CEO please contact Corinne Gould, Personal Assistant to the CEO, on : 020 8313 0032 or by email on: cgould@plt.org.uk I look forward to receiving your application.

    Mark Jordan

    mailto:cgould@plt.org.uk

  • @ Copyright 2019 | Parallel Learning Trust

    The Parallel Learning Trust was born from a philosophy that all children respond to high quality teaching and learning environments, whether

    they be mainstream, alternative or special settings.

    Chief Executive Officer

    • Acknowledge and celebrate that all are

    different and can play a role

    • Treat each other equally and fairly

    • Contribute to all PLT academies

    becoming outstanding and beyond

    • Have the confidence to participate and

    seize opportunities that are presented

    • Be self-reflective and work towards

    targets

    • Pursue interests in a manner that

    empowers intensive, critical thought

    • Always see the learning opportunity

    in everything, even when it is

    challenging

    • Show willingness to be a champion

    for all but in particular, the most

    vulnerable

    • Appreciate that learning can and

    must happen outside and after

    school, as well as in it

    • Continually seek to make

    improvements

    • Appreciate that learning involves

    active engagement, critical reflection

    discourse and relationships

    • Appreciate that learning involves

    intuition and emotion

    • Experience influential people and places

    • Have high expectations of themselves and

    others

    • Be proud of their achievements and those of

    others

    • Work towards aspirational goals

    • Spot the possible as well as the actual

    • Aspire to learn

    • Value and care for all members of the

    community

    • Display good manners and be courteous

    • Show respect for property and facilities

    • Tolerate difference whilst critically

    engaging with it

  • @ Copyright 2019 | Parallel Learning Trust

    The Parallel Learning Trust was born from a philosophy that all children respond to high quality teaching and learning environments, whether

    they be mainstream, alternative or special settings.

    We will build cultures of ambition for pupils from all backgrounds. We will provide a world class education where we seek to develop creative, independent, life-long learners, who will be equipped with a passion for self-development, committed to the community within which they will live and work. Education is the "lighting of a fire" (W.B.Yeats) and our Trust embodies this fully. We aim to contribute to a vibrant population of thinkers, voters, and entrepreneurs, especially within those groups historically excluded by deprivation and low attainment. We will, and already do, prepare young people for a life without limits.

    The Trust's role is to enable school leaders within our academies to focus on their core purpose of delivering high quality teaching and learning. It does this by providing a collaborative framework model and strategic support. Meanwhile, the Trust's service delivery arm, Logic School Services, provides practical supports across all of the non-teaching disciplines including finance, HR and premises management. the Trust is committed to being open and transparent with all its stakeholders.

    The Parallel Learning Trust was founded in 2014 to support the conversion of Park Campus and Kennington Park. The Members and Directors of the Trust have a wealth of experience, brought together by a passion for giving children the best start in life. Our team is highly committed, hugely experienced, and has a proven track record for excellent outcomes for those in their care. We are well placed to support, complement and even enhance the vision and values that already exist in your school. You can find out more about the skills and attributes of the Members and Directors by going to the following page :

    http://www.plt.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/

    http://www.plt.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/

  • @ Copyright 2019 | Parallel Learning Trust

    The Parallel Learning Trust was born from a philosophy that all children respond to high quality teaching and learning environments, whether they be mainstream, alternative or special settings.

  • @ Copyright 2019 | Parallel Learning Trust

    The Parallel Learning Trust was born from a philosophy that all children respond to high quality teaching and learning environments, whether

    they be mainstream, alternative or special settings.

    Job Description

    Job Title: Parallel Learning Trust – Health & Safety Officer Responsible to : CEO

    Salary: PO1/PO2 £35,637 - £38,403 pa (depending upon experience)

    Full time: 36 hours per week - all year round

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    OVERALL PURPOSES OF THE POST:

    Under the general guidance of the Finance & Resources Manager/CEO, the Health and Safety &

    Compliance Officer will provide specialist health and safety services to all of the Trust Academies.

    The post holder will seek to ensure that the central Trust team, Headteachers, SLT and Academy

    Council/Advisory Board members are aware of, and compliant with, their health and safety

    obligations both in terms of legislative requirements and the relevant policies and/or standards

    adopted by the Trust. In addition, they will be responsible for the effective and efficient monitoring

    and inspection of Trust

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