Situations Vacant

Deputy Principal – Trinity Specialist College, Sutton Coldfield

21st October 2019

Competitive Salary 

Trinity Specialist College is a Post-19 Further Education College and day placement centre providing up to a 36-week provision for students with learning differences and behaviours that challenge, disabilities and Autism.

We cater for a small number of students at ‘The Lindridge’; a converted and much extended farmhouse located in a beautiful rural setting. We wish to recruit a dedicated and motivated Deputy Principal who can support the Principal to provide comprehensive leadership and management to all staff in order to ensure our College enables the educational, personal progression, high aspirations and needs of all learners in their journey into College and for their preparation into adulthood.

The successful applicant will possess the following key attributes, and have experience of the key responsibilities for this role:

  • Post 16 Graduate Certificate in Education or BA Hons Degree qualification in Education
  • Be emphatic and proactive in meeting the educational needs of young adults with learning disabilities/Autism
  • Recent relevant training in current educational practices/special needs pedagogy
  • Experience of teaching learners with severe, profound and complex needs including Autism
  • Experience of strategic and operational management and team leadership
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of inclusive practice
  • The ability to support the Principal to lead the college with reference to the Ofsted framework 2019.
  • The ability to support the Principal to lead and demonstrate effective safeguarding processes

To apply

Please contact recruitment@trinityspecialistcollege.co.uk for an application pack or with any further queries.

General Information

Trinity Specialist College is an equal opportunities employer, committed to safeguarding vulnerable adults. An enhanced DBS under The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, is required.

Successful applicants will need to provide evidence of their identity and Right to Work in the UK.

This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.