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We have a commitment to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and/or young people.  We have robust processes and procedures to reduce risk and continuously promote a positive culture of safeguarding amongst our workforce. The roles across our schools involve working with children and/or young people and are subject to our Safer Recruitment Process. We do not accept CV’s, all applicants should complete a Trust Application Form and include on this the details of two referees who, if you are shortlisted will be contacted for a reference.  All posts require an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).  If you have any queries linked to any of the roles advertised please ring 0161 830 6964.

All our vacancies are advertised on Greater Jobs (unless otherwise stated) click here to see more details on Greater Jobs.

Current Job Opportunites

  • Our Trustees are looking to appoint a Catering Manager to work within our Trust Central Team to ensure that we provide a high-quality catering service which meets the needs of our pupils and our schools and ensures that catering standards are achieved and maintained which support the raising of standards of achievement and attainment of learners. Including:
    • To innovate and sustain a high-quality catering provision across our Trust.
    • Capture the imagination of our pupils with the food that we serve, ensuring they engage with the service and have the right type of meals that allow them to flourish and learn.
    • Managing client demands, client relationship development, working closely with our link Principal to meet the demands of the schools within our Trust.
    • Leadership and management of the catering staff, including assessing and assisting with training and development,
    • Managing the creation of the menus, supply chain and ensuring that Health and Safety, food hygiene and all other statuary obligations are adhered to and records are kept up to date.
    • Identifying staffing needs and assisting with the recruitment process.
    • Leading the induction procedure of all new catering staff.
    • Devising a duty rota, with sufficient notice provided, for all catering staff.
    • Managing staff attendance and absence and following disciplinary procedures where appropriate.
    • Operational delivery and management of an efficient and financially sustainable catering model.
    The role is permanent, full time 36 hours per week and term time plus two weeks.
    Salary:  £33,595-£35,260 – Grade H, SCP 29-31
    Applications close at 12pm on Thursday 20th June 2024.
    Please click here for more information including job description and person specification.

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