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Staff vacancies

To apply for a staff vacancy please register for an online account to complete the application form.  The recruitment process is managed through your online account and you will be kept up to date with the progress of your application. 

Individual school information can also be found by visiting the school's website. 

If we do not have any suitable vacancies at present, please email our HR team with the role you are interested in and your personal details, and they will contact you directly.  If you have any questions regarding creating an online account please contact our HR team, via hrsupport@greenshawlearningtrust.co.uk.

 

Blaise High School – Lead Practitioner  and Main Scale Teacher in Science – for closing dates and details, please click  here.

Brakenhale School – Maths and Economics Teacher, Second in Science, Maths Teacher,Science Graduate, IT Technician, Invigilator – for closing dates and details, please click here.

Five Acres High School – Deputy Headteacher – closing date  is 1 April 2020. Assistant Headteacher – closing date is 3 April 2020. For more details please download the relevant pack below.  

Henley Bank High School – Cleaner – closing date is 27 March 2020. For more details, please click  hereCleaner – closing date is 27 March 2020. For more details, please click  here.

Greenshaw Learning Trust – Appeal Panel Member (South Gloucester and Bristol). This is a voluntary role. Please download the information, flier and application form at the bottom of the page.

Valued Worker Scheme

The Greenshaw Learning Trust has become a proud member of the Valued Worker Scheme (VWS).

The VWS recognises employers who commit to treating all employees fairly, equitably and with dignity. The scheme is an initiative jointly promoted by the NASUWT, GMB, UNISON and Unite to recognise and support good employment relations in schools and colleges.

The Greenshaw Learning Trust has adopted the following six VWS principles:

  • Enabling all employees to have a safe, secure and enjoyable working environment;
  • Ensuring the wellbeing and dignity at work of all employees;
  • Providing CPD for all employees;
  • Providing good pay and conditions, which include a commitment to the living wage;
  • Having formal agreed mechanisms for  consultation and negotiation, working in           partnership with employees and trade unions;
  • Ensuring policy development and working practices are informed by the use of               information and evidence.

You can download information about our staff benefits below.