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Governor - Chellaston Infant School
Clerk to the Trust
We have an exciting opportunity for a candidate with strong administrative experience, ideally with previous clerking experience, to join PEAK Multi Academy Trust (MAT) as it embarks on its journey of growth. The MAT currently consists of three schools (from 1st April): Chellaston Infant School; Chellaston Junior School; and Chellaston Academy and will shortly be joined by Homefields Primary School.
The main purpose of role is:
− To act as Clerk to the Members and Board of Trustees and relevant committees, planning and organising meetings, producing and distributing agendas and minutes in a timely manner, and managing membership in line with statutory requirements, whilst also acting as lead Clerk to Governors in the MAT.
− To lead the development and implementation of MAT governance strategy and systems to ensure a highly effective Trust and school governance provision.
administration skills, a flexible approach and the ability to maintain confidentiality. Previous experience of minuting meetings and producing documentation is essential.
The ideal candidates will be reliable, confident, well organised, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and have an interest in and ideally, experience of school governance. You will need to have strong IT and administration skills, a flexible approach and the ability to maintain confidentiality. Previous experience of minuting meetings and producing documentation is essential.
For more information and to apply for this position, please download the application pack from below.
Peak are currently recruiting for Trustees to support our already strong board who have been working together for over a year now (originally as a shadow trust board) and bring a wealth of skills, experience and challenge to the trust.
We are seeking talented individuals who have the ability to work strategically with experience of leadership, typically at senior management or director level (though this is not a requisite). Applications are welcomed from individuals with education, public sector or business backgrounds; but particularly from individuals with the following areas of expertise:
− Education and welfare;
− HR and Development;
− Facilities and Property Management;
− Social issues and local community knowledge
If you believe that you might have a role to play in this exciting phase of our journey, we look forward to hearing from you. To formally express an interest in the role, please send a copy of your CV along with a letter outlining why you are interested in the opportunity and how you think you can make an impact to our Board to Carly Brown, Operations Lead: firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 1st May 2019.
For more information, please download the application pack below.
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