Trustee (Voluntary Role) – ELT Partnership, Enfield
Start Date: September 2022
A wonderful opportunity has arisen to join the Trust Board at ELT Partnership, a family of seven schools located in north London.
A trustee requires great leadership and team work at every level of the organisation; from the classroom to the board room, and this is where you may be able to make a valuable contribution. The role of a Trustee is very much strategic in that you will be taking a ‘helicopter view’ of how well each of our schools are doing, but you will also get to know the schools through visits for example, and by attending celebration events.
If this is of interest, please come and meet with us and visit one of our schools. We will provide information about induction, including the necessary compliance checks, and you may also like to visit our website at www.eltpartnership.org.
Applications close on Friday 8 July 2022 with a view to meeting with the Chair of Trustees and the CEO at a mutually convenient time before the end of term (21 July 2022).
For further information can be found below and an application form please contact: Estelle Tierney, Chief Operations Officer on 020 8807 3140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All the ELT Partnership schools are committed to Safeguarding therefore, all employees working at this school must have the ability to work in a way that promotes the safety and wellbeing of our children and young people. All candidates are required to complete the school’s ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ declaration and will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). For posts in regulated activity, this will include a barred list check. The Trust and its schools are committed to ensuring that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment or is disadvantaged on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status or race. Our motto is 'be included' and we welcome applications from all sections of society.