Assistant Principal and Regional Lead for Orchard Hill College

(£58,627 to £62,791 per annum inclusive of London Weighting Allowance)
Location: Lomond House (Camberwell) and Nightingale (Tooting), initially Hours: Full Time, All Year Round

Closing Date: 19/11/2018

Job Description

You will have a key role in managing the personnel within the centres including multi-disciplinary teams to ensure a high performance culture and excellent student outcomes. You will be responsible for effective budget control.

This is a strategic role working with the Senior Leadership teams and you will take a cross college lead on a particular area of expertise such as Teaching, Learning and Assessment.

Full Job Description – Assistant Principal and Regional Lead Lomond & Nightingale – JD_PS

Person Specification

You will hold QTS or QTLS, be flexible in locations and have significant experience of good/outstanding teaching of students who have learning disabilities, and successful experience of leadership and management of staff and resources in a similar setting.

Further Information

Improving opportunities and outcomes for our pupils and students remains at the heart of all that we do. For children and young people, especially those with special educational needs or who experience other barriers to learning, our world can present many challenges. All young people deserve to leave education confident that they have developed the skills they need to achieve their ambitions, with meaningful education, work and life experiences to draw on. This is the confidence that we aim to deliver.

Application Guidance

If you are interested in joining a dynamic and fast-paced culture with a supportive management team and great career opportunities, please contact Kelly Phillips, Head of College at  to arrange a visit to a centre.

Please send your completed application form to

Please note that CV applications will not be considered.

Closing date: 5pm on Monday 19th November 2018

Interview and assessment Date: w/c 19th November 2018 (TBC)

This college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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