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Careers with HCAT

We believe the quality of our workforce is fundamental to the continued success of  HCAT  and as such are always keen to grow and develop our teams further.

We invest heavily in developing our people and are passionate about providing a happy, motivating and supportive place to work.

As a ‘learning community’ that is committed to being at the forefront of education we dare to be different and as such are innovative in our collaborative approaches to teaching, learning, leadership and beyond.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   We have a robust Child Protection Policy and all staff will receive training relevant to their role at induction and throughout employment at the School.  Applicants for jobs should note that all our posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020.  It is an offence to apply for any role if the applicant is barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children.

For further information please view our Child Protection Policy and Policy on the Employment of Ex-Offenders.

Latest vacancies:

HCAT – latest vacancies across the Trust:

HCAT Wansbeck Primary School – Achievement Support Assistant (Resource Base)

This is an exciting opportunity for a TA who has experience of working with children with additional ASD or SEMH needs and is looking for a new challenge. We are looking for a highly skilled Achievement Support Assistant for our resourced provisions.

The role will involve assisting the teacher in delivering bespoke programmes of work and support to pupils, and working in collaboration with outside agencies to ensure the highest of outcomes and provision.

We are looking for people who:

  • Are excellent Achievement Support Assistants with a proven record of working within a specialist setting or working with groups of children with additional needs
  • Have effective communication skills when liaising with staff, parents and external agencies.
  • Are empathetic and understand the difficulties some children and families face
  • Understanding of restorative practices

Closing date: Friday 3rd December 2021, at 12.00pm (noon)

Interviews: w/c 6th December 2021

Wansbeck – ASA Job Description

Wansbeck – ASA Resource Base advert

Wansbeck – ASA Resource Base application form

HCAT The Marvell College – Exam Invigilator (CASUAL)

The Marvell College requires casual examination invigilators to join our existing team.

Successful candidates will be reliable, punctual and highly organised.

In addition, they will demonstrate an ability to remain calm, show clear understanding of examination guidelines following induction training and be empathetic to the needs of candidates in a high pressure exam environment.

The Marvell College is part of the Hull Collaborative Academy Trust.  Within the Trust there are significant opportunities for further progression.  This formidable partnership continues to bring about some of the best outcomes nationally and has an enviable track record of school improvement.

This is a fantastic opportunity to make a substantial difference to the lives of young people.

HCAT Sutton Park Primary School – Achievement Support Assistant

The Head teacher at Sutton Park Primary School is looking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to the position of Achievement Support Assistant” to work within the school. The successful candidate must have a passion for supporting young people on their learning journey.

The successful candidate will support all aspects of the school’s work and contribute to the wider work of HCAT. They will engage members of the community in the life of the school and champion the school’s ethos and culture. They will be expected to show a restorative manner at all times, modelling effective practice to others within the school community.

Closing date: Friday 3rd December 2021, at 11.00am

Interviews: Tuesday 7th December 2021

Sutton Park – ASA advert

Sutton Park – ASA JD and person spec

Sutton Park – ASA application form

HCAT Sutton Park Primary School – EYFS 1:1 Achievement Support Assistant

The Head teacher at Sutton Park Primary School is looking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to the position of EYFS Achievement Support Assistant 1:1” to work within Foundation 1 with a child demonstrating social communication difficulties. The successful candidate must have a passion for supporting young people on their learning journey.

The successful candidate will support all aspects of the school’s work and contribute to the wider work of HCAT. They will engage members of the community in the life of the school and champion the school’s ethos and culture. They will be expected to show a restorative manner at all times, modelling effective practice to others within the school community.

Closing date: Friday 3rd December 2021, at 11.00am

Interviews: Tuesday 7th December 2021

Sutton Park – 1 to 1 EYFS ASA advert

Sutton Park – 1 to 1 EYFS ASA application form

Sutton Park – ASA JD and person spec

HCAT Wheeler Primary School – KS2 Teacher (part-time 40%)

  • Salary: MPS and NQT’s
  • Permanent
  • Part time post – 2 days (0.4)

We are seeking a talented and inspirational teacher to join our well established ‘Wheeler family’ and become part of the next phase in our school’s development. The post will be initially based in Upper Key Stage 2.

Wheeler is an inclusive, vibrant, and exciting school which sits in the heart of a caring, supportive community.  We strive to ensure children achieve both academically and socially and provide education for children from the ages of 0 to eleven.

We are looking for a someone who will:

  • Have lots of energy and a positive outlook which inspires everyone to always strive for the best.
  • Have a relentless drive and determination to raising standards of teaching and learning.
  • Be a team player, who is flexible, reliable, and well organised.
  • Is passionate about inclusivity and is a highly skilled teacher.
  • Will sustain already strong links with the wider community and our families

In return we offer:

  • Amazing children who love to learn and are proud of their school
  • A staff team that are highly skilled, supportive, and fun
  • A restorative school community that is keen to learn and be the very best that they can.
  • Continued CPD and a commitment to grow and invest in you as a teacher

HCAT Sutton Park Primary School – EYFS Teacher (part-time)

The Headteacher at Sutton Primary School is seeking to appoint a highly skilled teacher to join its dedicated and motivated team. We are determined to make a difference, with children at the heart of everything we do. We seek the very best teachers who strive to inspire, and have the drive and dedication required to ensure all our children achieve the very best outcomes.

Hull Collaborative Academy Trust is a well-established and highly successful organisation and rates in the top 10 for highest performing trusts in the country. Through our high quality bespoke CPD programmes, in school support and external links with the Teaching School we ensure teachers have the environments in which to flourish and progress. We are a group of 15 schools and Sutton Primary School serves a large community of 350+ pupils.

Sutton Park Primary has a talented teaching team who offer children many different ways to excel and achieve. Visits to the schools are welcomed and encouraged.

HCAT Withernsea Primary School – Wellbeing Support Officer

A vacancy has arisen for an Emotional Wellbeing Support Worker. The new post holder will join our existing team to work under the instruction and guidance of the Deputy and Assistant Head Teachers to address the needs of pupils to help overcome barriers to learning such as attendance, behavioural and emotional difficulties, through restorative counselling, supervision and close liaison with home and outside agencies. To establish relationships that support the pupil in reaching their potential. Support the school with First Aid Provision – relevant training will be given.

Withernsea Primary School is a school within HCAT (Hull Collaborative Academy Trust), with approximately 510 children on roll from 3-11 years.

HCAT Longhill Primary School – Achievement Support Assistant

Longhill Primary School are looking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic person to the position of “Achievement Support Assistant” to work within the school under the instruction and guidance of Teaching Staff, initially within the foundation stage, and initially to children with special educational needs, to provide effective support and maximise attainment.

The successful candidate must have a passion for supporting young people on their learning journey and will support all aspects of the school’s work and contribute to the wider work of HCAT.

They will engage members of the community in the life of the school and champion the school’s ethos and culture. They will be expected to show a restorative manner at all times, modelling effective practice to others within the school community.

Closing date: Wednesday 15th December 2021, at 12.00pm (noon)

Interviews: w/c 7th January 2022

Longhill – ASA application form

Longhill – ASA job description

Longhill – ASA advert

  • A bespoke approach to talent management and opportunities for continued development.

  • A clear career pathway which allows us to provide promotion opportunities in house.

  • A well established and skilled team who can provide expertise , coaching and mentoring in all areas of school workforce development.

  • Excellent working conditions which value staff well being and offer enhanced pay awards.

  • A dedicated and successful School Centred Initial Teacher Training provider.

Do you have the passion, vision and skills to support our Academy on its exciting journey of development and growth?

Hull Collaborative Academy Trust is seeking inspirational teachers and leaders to join our expanding Academy of 14 primary schools.

We have vacancies in a number of our primaries, for teachers and leaders to commence during 2019 and beyond.

For further information and details of current roles please contact Mrs F Ward:

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Are you ambitious, dynamic and innovative? Do you have the passion, vision and skills to support our Academy on its exciting journey of development and growth? Would you like to know more about joining the HCAT family? 

Please contact Mrs F Ward below for further information.