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Reference: 63698

Date Added: 30 November 2017
Closing Date: 8 January 2018

Job Title: Central Team Assistant

Working For: Future Academies

Location: London

Charity Number: 1114396

Salary: £26,816 pa

Job Details

Future Academies is an educational charity and Multi-Academy Trust, regulated by the Department for Education. Built around a small family of innovative and ambitious schools in central London. The Trust boasts a proven track record of effective school improvement while transforming the lives of young people. Alongside our five academies, the Trust is well supported by the Outstanding Pimlico-London SCITT and the new, innovative and research based Curriculum Centre.

This post offers an exciting opportunity for someone of the highest calibre to support the Executive Assistant ensuring the smooth running of the Chief Executive’s office. You will have exceptional interpersonal skills, be highly motivated and possess high level administrative skills. Your attention to detail must be first class. It is essential to demonstrate an extremely professional image of the Trust to external and internal colleagues and stakeholders. No two days will be the same in this role you will need the ability to respond to ever-changing priorities and ad-hoc tasks in a positive and people focussed way.

This is a very exciting time as we build our central team and we hope you will join us on our journey, the assistant will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of the administrative central services.

For more information in regards to this role, please visit visit our website http://www.futureacademies.org/page/?title=Central+Team+Assistant&pid=1112

Closing Date: 8 January 2018

Interview/Start Dates

Closing time for applications is 10am.

Application Details

 To apply: Please complete the Future Academies application form online here http://www.futureacademies.org/page/?title=Central+Team+Assistant&pid=1112 and send to recruitment@futureacademies.org

Website: http://www.futureacademies.org/

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