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The SEAX Trust has a highly unique and exciting opportunity to recruit a
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
SEAX carries the hopes and aspirations of thousands of students with special educational needs, both current and future, and seeks a strong and visionary leader to join our vibrant team and sustain our work.
Part-Time Permanent Post
Responsible to: The Chair of the Board of Trustees
Responsible for: All Schools within the SEAX Multi-Academy Trust
Actual salary based on three days per week: £42,222 to £45,440 per annum
Hours of Work: Three days per week/52.14 weeks per annum
This role is based at the SEAX Trust Central Office in Chelmsford, but with a requirement to travel regularly to all Trust academies.
The post-holder will be working with the SEAX Trust Chair and the Board of Trustees,
the Central Team, Local Academy/Executive Committees, Headteachers and Leadership Teams
OPEN AFTERNOON - TUESDAY 8th JANUARY 2019 - Come to meet the team in an informal atmosphere. Please telephone to let us knowifyou will be coming 01245 262779.
The Chief Executive Officer will be responsible for the development of Trust-wide strategies and action plans for the improvement of educational standards and governance across the Trust:
·To embody the visions and values of SEAX and to ensure the communication of these, bothexternally and to Trust staff
·To secure outstanding educational success, through effective strategic planning and execution.
Through inspirational leadership and rigorous policy development, the Chief Executive Officer will create a culture of constant improvement, implementing effective systems of organisation and control and high levels of professional standards to secure the highest possible achievement for all, in every aspect of the Trust's provision.
If you are interested in this role and would like to know more, please read the full advert and documents attached.
Information about the School
Established in 2015, the SEAX Trust is a small but growing partnership of Special School Academies and pupil support services within the community of Essex, whose Vision is to:
• Provide outstanding educational experiences for children and young people with special educational needs
• Put the well-being and achievement of pupils at the heart of all decision making
We consider the main asset towards achieving our vision is our body of highly-valued staff and, in recognition, we implement a wide range of strategic and person-centred reward practices in all of our Academies, support services and within the Trust's central team itself.