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The Clifton Diocese is the Catholic Church in the West of England.  Our administrative offices are based in Bristol and support the pastoral needs of the Catholic community throughout Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire and Bristol.As an employee of the Clifton Diocese you will be working for an award-winning, unique and diverse organisation.  You will be in contact with people with various backgrounds and from around the world.You will enjoy being challenged and thrive working as part of our professional and dedicated teams; whether that’s as part of small office-based teams, the local Catholic community, and wider still as part of the Universal Church.  You will work with professionals, volunteers, clergy, as well as many external contacts.

Fixed Term post for a Schools Project Officer

The Schools and Colleges Department are looking to appoint a suitable person to the above position ideally from September.  The appointed person will be required to support the Director and current officers in shaping the ever – changing educational landscape of Catholic education within Clifton diocese. They will be required to work directly with designated partnerships and schools and other appropriate educational bodies as needed.

The position will initially be for a fixed term period – 2 years – and will be on a term time only basis..

Further details are available by contacting the Director, Colleen Collett, on 0117 9025599 colleen.collett@cliftondiocese.com

Closing date: midday Friday, 10th August. Applicants should indicate their availability for interview during August.

Application form July 2018

Job Description – Schools Projects Officer

Archdiocese of Birmingham in partnership with Dominic Barberi Multi Academy Company

ST THOMAS MORE CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL

Oxford Road, Kidlington, Oxon. OX5 1EA

Deputy Headteacher

Leadership Grade L2-6 Required for January 2019 (or sooner if possible)

(higher pay scale is negotiable dependant on experience)

St Thomas More is a thriving, well-respected Catholic Primary school located in a popular residential area of Oxford. The Governors are seeking to appoint a practising Catholic Deputy Head with a clear vision and a strong commitment to the Catholic ethos with high expectations for all of its pupils. The successful candidate will be well supported in fulfilling future aspirations for Headship.  St Thomas More currently has 225 pupils on roll.

We can offer you:
† A welcoming community where staff, parents and Governors are dedicated to working together to achieve the best for every child.
† A stimulating learning environment with colleagues who are passionate about teaching and learning, committed to the principle that all we do as a team is in the best interests of the children.
† Delightful, motivated and friendly children.
† A strong commitment to your continuing professional development.
† Supportive parent community.

Our Deputy will:
† Work in partnership with the Principal and Senior Leadership Team to promote the Catholic ethos of the school
† Be an excellent classroom practitioner
† Be a positive, caring person who values and respects every individual
† Be a team worker as well as a team leader
† Have vision, energy and a forward-thinking outlook
† Be proactive in supporting school development

Visits to the school are strongly encouraged. Please contact the school office to arrange a visit with Mrs Bowles the principal.

Applications should be made by fully completing the CES Application Forms (including Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 Disclosure and Recruitment Monitoring Forms) and sending to the school either by email to stthomasmore@bmac.org.uk or by post.

For an Application Form and further information, please visit our website at: http://st-thomas-more.oxon.sch.uk/

Closing Date for applications is midday on the 5th September 2018 – Interviews to be held on the 20th September 2018

St Thomas More Primary school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post involves the type of work with children and young people that requires applicants to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post. All cases are considered confidentially and according to the nature of the role and information disclosed.