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The Futures Trust

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Recruitment and Equalities Manager

Grade 7 £33,201 - £40,057
37 hours per week all year round, applications on a flexible basis welcome

Do  you  want  to  make  a  real  difference  to  community  and  work  in  a  role  with  deep 
underlying  moral purpose?    Are  you  interested  in  continuing  your  career  in  a  high  performing  team  that  makes  a difference to young people every day?

We  are  seeking  to  appoint  a  highly  and  organised  and  experienced  Recruitment  and  
Administration Manager, to add capacity to our team continue their professional development journey with us.   Once appointed  they  will  help  ensure  our  fantastic  HR  Team  deliver  an  
efficient,  effective  and  recruitment service to schools across our growing and high performing 
Trust.

This is an exciting time to join The Futures Trust. The Trust is passionate about building brighter 
futures for  the  young  people  who  attend  its  schools,  and  is  a  rapidly growing  and 
successful Multi Academy Trust driven by a set of compelling values:

  1. Students First – all staff totally focused upon the educational benefit of our students
  2. It’s about learning – students and all staff focused upon developing and improving their learning
  3. No Barriers – no excuses, only support to ensure students, and all staff maximise their achievement

You  will  have  excellent  time  management  skills  and  ideally  have  experience  of  managing  
a full recruitment cycle from start to finish. You will have strong organisational and prioritisation skills with the ability to manage your own workload.

You will have experience of successfully implementing administrative systems, and will be able to 
work in a fast-paced environment, whilst producing consistently accurate and high-quality work.  
Utilising your strong literacy, ICT and communication skills, you will support the Trust schools 
with their recruitment campaigns.

Employees of the Trust HR Team have:

  • A supportive team environment based in the Teams central office at Kersley Newland School
  •  Highly supported professional development and coaching including fully funded professional qualifications
  • The opportunity to work when required in a variety of schools in the Trust and therefore work with a range of colleagues
  • The Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Occupational Health Services
  • 27 days annual leave rising to 32 days after 5 years’ service

Closing date: midday on 23ʳᵈ May 2022

Interview to be confirmed

Please be aware that we reserve the right to close this vacancy prior to the published closing 
date.

Please  note  that  all  applications  must  be  received  on  an  application  form.  We  do  not  
accept  CV’s. Applications  should  be  returned  to  recruitmentadmin@thefuturestrust.org.uk  or  
to  the  school  address marked for the attention of Suki Garchay.

The  Futures  Trust  are  committed  to  safeguarding  and  promoting  the  welfare  of  children  
and young  people  and  require  all  staff  and  volunteers  to  share  this  commitment.  The  
successful candidates for all positions will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.