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Career Opportunities

Enhance your career prospects with SP╩ËĂÁ═°Ňż

We welcome applicants who reflect our core values; you will be dedicated and ambitious, with an ability to deliver excellence, whilst demonstrating integrity and traditional manners.

Why work for us?

Our Trust is committed╠řto ÔÇťenriching lives and transforming futuresÔÇŁ.╠ř We take pride in not only developing our students in order for them to reach their maximum abilities, but our employees too; expanding on their skills and knowledge and offering them the opportunity to progress within our Trust.

A major advantage to joining an Academy within our Trust is the greater potential for opportunities including cross training, secondments and promotion.

Benefits

We are committed to making FMAT a great place to work.╠ř As part of this we offer the following benefits to all employees:

  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Perkbox Wellness Hub
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Green Car Scheme
  • Salary Sacrifice Technology Scheme
  • Perkbox Discount Platform
  • Recognition scheme
  • Access to the Local Government Pension Scheme or TeachersÔÇÖ Pension Scheme
  • Continuous Professional Development
  • Onsite parking
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Safer Recruitment

FMAT is committed to providing the highest level of education and care to its students and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.╠ř

FMAT recognises that the safe recruitment of its staff in the Trust is essential to safeguard the children in attendance. It is our duty to prevent unsuitable people from working with children – ensuring we practice safe recruitment in checking the suitability of staff and volunteers who work with children.

Safer practice in recruitment means thinking about and including issues relating to child protection and safeguarding, promoting the welfare of children at every stage of the process and for all people being recruited.╠ř╠ř

For all posts, enquiries will be made with previous employers about whether a safeguarding concern has been raised against you.

Why volunteer for us?

FMAT is governed by the Board of Directors, a group of individuals who are dedicated to volunteering their professional expertise and time to support the Trust.

The Trust are always interested in discussing in further detail the opportunity for the right╠řperson to make a real difference to the outcomes╠řand life chances of young people across╠řBirmingham and Solihull, by joining our Governance Team as an FMAT Director or Associate.╠ř These roles provide an opportunity╠řto give something back to the local community╠řand use and develop your own skills in a board or local level╠řenvironment.╠ř

We welcome individuals willing╠řto commit some of their time and apply their╠řskills and experience to being a Director/Associate in our Multi-Academy Trust.╠ř

FMAT has four secondary academies and
one primary academy, delivering education
to over 4000 students in total. We serve
students from a wide range of backgrounds
and our academies have higher-than-average╠řproportions of students from disadvantaged╠řhomes and with special educational needs. We╠řfirmly believe that every student has the right╠řto realise their full potential, and to do that they╠řneed to experience a high-quality education in
a supportive environment to help them achieve╠řtheir career aspirations and live their lives to the╠řfull.

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For further information visit:

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For any potential candidates that wish to
have an informal discussion, please contact
Rachel Sullivan, by email at r.sullivan@fmat.
co.uk.

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Andrew Best
Chair of the FMAT Board of Directors

View our Trust Candidate Pack for more information

Here’s just a snapshot of what our employees and Governors have to say…

Being a Director has given me a great deal of
pleasure. I feel I am able to╠řcontribute to children and╠řyoung peopleÔÇÖs futures╠řand have a positive impact╠řin governance across the╠řTrust.


Joanne Charlton, Director

“The staff at SmithÔÇÖs Wood are committed, caring and ambitious.

We all want the best for the students and outcomes for the school that we are
proud to work in”.
Emma Douglas, Maths Teacher,
Year 11 Achievement Leader
“To me being an Associate at╠řSP╩ËĂÁ═°Ňż is a privilege and great╠řopportunity to not only help the students╠řat an important point in╠řtheir life, but also support and challenge the staff, alongside╠řdeveloping my own professional╠řskills. Attending celebration╠řevents and observing the talent╠řand ambition amongst the╠řstudents is one of the most╠řrewarding parts of my role.ÔÇŁ

Dr Sophie Ward, Associate, SP╩ËĂÁ═°Ňż Academy