Recruiting The Very Best
The Compass Partnership of Schools seek to recruit the very best staff. Great learning and teaching are at the heart of everything we do. Our success is determined by the way we innovate and improve them both. We are committed to personalised professional learning opportunities that help teachers and support staff to progress their careers and we offer a comprehensive programme of CPD for all staff . This also improves the quality of the educational experience for all our children. Observed practice of each other and with each other is central to our drive to build a professional learning community, which harnesses the best quality research and builds collective capital for school improvement.
Our exceptional teachers, support staff and leaders come from a wide range of backgrounds, but they all share a deeply held commitment to give our children an outstanding education in an inspiring and happy school environment.
We are dedicated to organisational wellbeing and offer a range of benefits and support for staff with our wellbeing offer. We pride ourselves in promoting innovation, by championing new ideas and ways of working, and a supportive environment for staff to develop and flourish.
You can find out more about our Trust, its culture and our staff benefits by clicking on any of our vacancies and reading our comprehensive information packs.
- Guidance for Candidates on our Application Process
- Compass Job Applicant Privacy Notice
- Compass Gender Pay Gap Newsletter March 2022
- Compass Gender Pay Gap Newsletter March 2021
- Compass Gender Pay Gap Newsletter March 2020
- Compass Gender Pay Gap Newsletter March 2019
Please see below for details of any vacancies across our partnership schools
Are you passionate about making a difference for all children? We are seeking an inspirational teacher with experience, vision and high expectations for learning to join our growing team; inspiring children and promoting excellence.
We are looking for Cover Supervisors to join our Cover team. You will supervise whole classes during the short-term absence of teaching staff and provide PPA cover for individual teachers, guiding and instructing students in the work that has been left by the class teacher.
In this key role, you will provide professional leadership and management of school financial management across our outstanding special school, Willow Dene in Plumstead SE18. The school is currently on 2 sites and is expected to expand shortly. Supporting and working with the Director of Finance and Capital Assets and Executive Head, you will ensure the sound financial management of the school and will ensure the most effective use of resources in support of the schools’ learning objectives.