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.
HCAT – latest vacancies across the Trust:
Dorchester Primary School – ASA
This is an exciting time to join our school as we look to further develop our ethos and culture. Our staff are highly committed to providing the very best opportunities for our children and work together collaboratively. Our school sits at the heart of our community and we support our families in any way we can. The successful candidate will show empathy and an understanding that some of our children have barriers that may affect their learning.
We are looking for a dynamic, committed and innovative individual to join our team to support a child in our nursery setting. This is a specific one-to-one position and will end when the child leaves the school.
Thursday 3rd December 2020, 12pm (noon)
Monday 7th December 2020
Dorchester ASA Advert
Dorchester ASA application form
Dorchester Grade 3 ASA JD and PS
Dorchester Primary School – Premises Assistant
We are looking for a motivated individual to join our team as a Premise Assistant. This new post is to assist the Premise Manager and Headteacher with the maintenance of the school site.
We are a large, complex site comprising of Dorchester Primary School, Brightstart Nursery, Tweendykes ‘Little Stars’ and Hull SCITT. The main building was built in the 1970s and there have been several additions since.
The role will be varied and will include a range of different daily and weekly tasks, as directed by the site manager and headteacher. You will be joining a large, committed team and will be expected to contribute to the success of the school.
You will need to be flexible and adapt to the needs of the school – this may involve a change in hours at short notice.
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:
If you would like more information on becoming a Teacher try the Hull SCITT website: