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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:

The Marvell College – Teacher of English

The Marvell College are looking to appoint a well-qualified and passionate teacher of English who can deliver high quality learning across all areas of the English curriculum.

The post will appeal to new and experienced teachers with a strong track record wishing to join a dynamic and supportive team committed to the pursuit of excellence in the teaching of English.

The successful candidate will:

–      promote the vision and values of the college at all times

–      be a team player and place the needs of children above all else

–      be self-reflective and pursue the highest outcomes for children

–      enjoy the opportunity to innovate and be committed to their own professional development

–      engage children and invest in opportunities to enrich children’s learning beyond the classroom

Successful candidates will be supported to fully develop in the role, benefiting from bespoke CPD opportunities both at The Marvell College and through The Vantage Teaching School Hub. In addition, colleagues will also benefit from being part of The Hull Collaborative Multi-Academy Trust (HCAT) where there are significant opportunities for further progression as well as generous employee benefits and favourable pay and conditions.

Closing date: Tuesday 4th June 2024, at 11.00am

Interview date: Thursday 6th June 2024

Teacher of English 2024

TMC – Teacher of English – application form

TMC Teacher Job description and person specification

Bellfield Primary School – Office Manager (Maternity Cover)

The Executive Head Teacher and Head of School are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, hardworking, caring and friendly Office Manager to join our school to cover maternity leave.

Be part of a vibrant, dynamic and supportive learning family. We are determined to make a difference, with children at the heart of everything we do.

Bellfield Primary School is a well-established and successful organisation that provides the very best opportunities for staff and children alike. Through our high quality, bespoke CPD programmes, in school support and external training we ensure staff have the environments in which to flourish and progress.

The successful candidate will have:

  • excellent organisational skills.
  • a warm and empathetic manner.
  • high expectations for the children in our care.
  • high expectations of themselves and others.
  • the ability to communicate effectively with others.
  • previous school office experience is desirable but not essential.
  • the passion and drive to develop their professional career and gain relevant experience and training were appropriate.
  • use their initiative, be flexible and ensure children are safe and happy.

Closing date: Thursday 6th June 2024, at 9.00am

Interview date: Thursday 13th June 2024

Bellfield – Office Manager – Advert

Bellfield – Office Manager – JD

Bellfield – Office Manager (mat cover) – app form

Dorchester Primary School – 6x Achievement Support Assistants

We are looking for six dynamic, committed and innovative individuals to join our team as Achievement Support Assistants. These roles come about as a result of an increasing number of complex pupils joining the school as well as the school’s collaboration with the Local Authority in opening a SEND unit on site for up to twenty children.

You may be deployed into any phase of the school, including the SEND Unit and your role and responsibilities may be varied. For example, you may be asked to support individual and groups of children within the classroom, or may be required to carry out interventions in a specific phase of the school. Whatever your role, you will play a key part in shaping the direction of our school, through your unwavering support for our children.

As a school with a very high proportion of pupils with additional needs, a willingness to work with children with very complex needs is desirable, as is a willingness to undertake further additional training.

If you are ready for a challenge, have a positive outlook and want to develop your understanding and skills in a supportive Trust, then we would love to hear from you.

The successful candidates will:

  • Have an understanding of how children learn and how to get the best from them
  • Have experience of working in a primary or nursery setting
  • Be a team player, willing to go above and beyond for our children
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills
  • Be understanding and have empathy with children
  • Have a passion to work with vulnerable children and be flexible to meet their needs

We can offer:

  • Delightful children who love being in school
  • Hard-working, motivated and knowledgeable staff, who work together in the best interests of children
  • Opportunities to work with colleagues across our schools
  • Investment in your development, through targeted CPD

Closing date: Thursday 6th June 2024, at 12.00pm (noon)

Interview date: Thursday 20th and Friday 21st June 2024

Dorchester – 6x ASAs – advert

Dorchester – ASA – app form

Dorchester – ASA (grade 4) – JD

Withernsea Primary School – KS1 Part-Time Teacher

Withernsea Primary School are seeking to appoint talented and enthusiastic part-time teacher to join our Key Stage 1 dedicated and welcoming team.

Withernsea Primary School is a school within HCAT (Hull Collaborative Academy Trust), with approximately 460 children on roll from 3-11 years. We are determined to make a difference, with children at the heart of everything we do.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has a positive outlook and inspires our children to achieve their best.
  • Has a relentless drive and the determination to raise standards in teaching and learning.
  • Is a team player, who is flexible, reliable and well organised.
  • Is passionate about inclusivity and will champion our children.
  • Will sustain 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 highly skilled and supportive staff team.
  • A restorative school community that is keen to learn and be the very best they can.
  • On-going professional development and commitment to invest in you as a teacher.

Eastfield Primary School – Achievement Support Assistant

Eastfield Primary School is a community school with a range of pupils from 3-11 years of age. We strive to create a happy, welcoming, caring and safe environment where expectations are high and where learners are encouraged, challenged and supported to be the best they can be.

The successful candidate will work under the instruction and guidance of teaching staff within and outside the classroom to provide effective support. Also, to support the academic, social and emotional development of individuals and groups of pupils understandings. Experience of working with children with additional needs is preferred.

The role is suitable for an individual who is looking for professional development on their pathway to a career in teaching.

Closing date: Friday 14th June 2024, at 12.00pm (noon)

Interview date: TBC

Eastfield – ASA – advert

Eastfield – ASA – app form

Eastfield – ASA (grade 4) – JD

Westcott Primary School – Senior Achievement Support Officer

Are you an experienced Senior Achievement Support Officer ready to make a difference in the lives of young learners? Westcott Primary School is seeking a dedicated individual to join us in providing exceptional education to our children.

As a Senior Achievement Support Officer at Westcott Primary School, you will:

  • Cover classes across the school to ensure continuity of learning
  • Plan and provide engaging lessons tailored to pupils’ needs across various classes.
  • Deliver quality interventions to support children’s learning and development.
  • Work closely with children in early reading and phonics, fostering a love for literacy.
  • Assessing pupils progress and discussing outcomes with teachers, parents and carers.

We are looking for someone who is:

  • Experienced in delivering high-quality instruction.
  • Creative and adaptable, with a passion for education.
  • Able to work collaboratively with colleagues to meet the diverse needs of our children.

Closing date: Monday 14th June 2024, at 12.00pm (noon)

Interview date: TBC

Westcott – SASO – advert

Westcott – SASO – app form

Westcott – SASO – JD

Gilberdyke Primary School – 2x Achievement Support Assistant

Gilberdyke Primary School are looking to appoint two highly motivated and enthusiastic people to the position of “Achievement Support Assistant” to work within the school under the instruction and guidance of Teaching Staff. You may be deployed into any phase of the school and your role and responsibilities may be varied. For example, you may be asked to support individual and groups of children within the classroom or you may be required to carry out interventions in a specific phase of the school.

If you are ready for a challenge, have a positive outlook and want to develop your understanding and skills in a supportive trust, then we would love to hear from you.

The successful candidate will:

• Have an understanding of how children learn and how to get the best from them.

• Have experience of working in a primary or nursery setting.

• Be a team player, willing to go above and beyond for our children.

• Have excellent interpersonal skills.

• Engage with members of the community in the life of the school and champion the school’s ethos and culture.

• Show a restorative manner at all times, modelling effective practice to others within the school community.

In return we offer:

• Fabulous children who love to learn.

• A varied role where you can utilise your existing skills.

• Hard-working, motivated and knowledgeable staff, who work together in the best interests of children.

• Opportunities to work with colleagues across our schools. – Investment in your development, through targeted CPD.

Closing date: Sunday 16th June 2024, at 12.00pm (noon)

Interview date: w/c 17th June 2024

Gilberdyke – ASA – app form

Gilberdyke – ASA (grade 4) – JD

Gilberdyke – ASA -advert

Westcott Primary School – Teacher

Are you a dedicated and highly skilled teacher looking to make a profound impact? Westcott Primary School is on the lookout for an exceptional individual to join our team. While the year group is yet to be determined, we prioritise individual skills and a passion for inspiring young minds.

At Westcott, children are at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to ensuring they achieve the very best outcomes, and we believe that starts with having the very best teachers. If you have the drive, dedication, and enthusiasm to ignite a love for learning in our students, we want to hear from you.

Joining Westcott means becoming part of the Hull Collaborative Academy Trust, a well-established and successful organisation dedicated to providing quality opportunities for both staff and our children. Our commitment to excellence extends to our bespoke CPD programs, in-school support, and external training, ensuring that our teachers have the resources and environment they need to flourish and progress in their careers.

The Marvell College – Casual Exam Invigilator

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 has gone from strength to strength since receiving a “Good” Ofsted report in July 2019. Since then, the school has been oversubscribed every year. We are extremely proud to serve our local community, we have a talented and committed body of staff who strive to go the extra mile for the students in our care. Our school motto “As good as anyone anywhere” combined with our school values of Ambition, Respect and Courage can be seen through every aspect of school life at Marvell.

Colleagues will also benefit from being part of The Hull Collaborative Multi-Academy Trust (HCAT) where there are significant opportunities for further progression as well as generous employee benefits and favourable pay and conditions.

Closing date: Ongoing recruitment for this position

Interview date: N/A

Examination Invigilators advert 2024

HCAT Marvell Invigilator JD

TMC – Exam Invigiliators – app form

  • 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 16 schools.

We have vacancies in a number of our primaries, for teachers and leaders to commence during 2023 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:

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.