This is an opportunity for an outstanding individual with vision and inspirational leadership qualities to manage Southend Adult Community College (SACC) and additionally give strategic leadership to the adult and community learning strategy for Southend.
SACC was established in 1993. It has a small full–time team and over 200 part-time and voluntary members of staff. They provide award winning education, training and skills to over 6,500 customers and a large number of local businesses each year who participate in a wide variety of programmes, many of which lead to qualifications.
The College employer responsive provision was the first to be judged Outstanding by OFSTED (in 2009) serving over 130 local employers each year. In 2009 SACC became the first Local Authority run Adult College in the country to be award LSIS Beacon Status. In November 2017, OFSTED again judged the College Good.
SACC has three sites including a specialist centre for young adults with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties. Classes also take place at a wide variety of schools, community venues and organisations in and around Southend.
Over the past few years the College has effectively managed funding changes and has been successful in its approaches to sustainability.
Applications are invited from suitably experienced and qualified practitioners who have the vision and energy to lead the College through its next phase of development.
If you would like to arrange a visit to the College on 29th or 30th April or 1st May 2019 please contact Sarah Threadgold: email@example.com or on 01702 445700, to make arrangements.
For an application pack please contact email Jane Elson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Completed applications should be sent to Jane to arrive by 9am on Tuesday 7th May 2019.
Interview and assessment days will take place on Thursday 23rd May and Friday 24th May 2019.
This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (including update service).
Southend Adult Community college welcomes applications regardless of gender, disability, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith.
The 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 and that students and staff can study and work in an environment free from harassment and bullying.
Southend Adult Community College aims to achieve curriculum excellence by promoting consistently high standards of teaching, learning and assessment across all provision. We expect all staff to take Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence (PRIDE).