Join the BACA Team
WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE BACA?
Brighton Aldridge Community Academy is a state funded entrepreneurial Academy with the specialism of sport and entrepreneurship for 11-18 year olds. We pride ourselves on ensuring students are equipped with the academic, social and emotional skills which will ensure they continue to thrive once they have left our school. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Brighton is a vibrant and young city with a cosmopolitan feel and way of life which attracts people from all around the world. This is enhanced by the addition of two universities, University of Brighton and University of Sussex, and a wealth of cultural treasures. An exciting seaside city with an excellent quality of life with its coffee bars, restaurants, pubs, night clubs and theatres. Wander through 'The Laines' enjoying the boutique shopping, and street entertainers.
You can walk along the promenade, and stroll out to sea on Brighton Pier or ride on England's oldest Volk Electric Railway along Madeira Drive to Brighton Marina, admiring the fine Regency terraces as you go.
Brighton has excellent rail and road links to and from London (52 mins by train) and with the port of Newhaven just 10 miles away you have easy access to France and Europe.
Brighton Aldridge Community Academy offers the following:
- State of the art facilities
- Established and successful mentoring programme for all new staff
- The opportunity to complete a Master's in Education
- A small school where every child is known
- The opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of the young people you teach
- Young and vibrant staff from all around the world
BACA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
For all Multi-Academy Trust roles please visit the Aldridge Education website.
Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of our students?
Brighton Aldridge Community Academy is an 11-18 school with the specialisms of entrepreneurship and sport. Our mission is to ensure all BACA students benefit from an excellent education, secure great qualifications and develop into young adults who are the first choice recruits for universities and employers. The academy’s motto is simple - “Believe you can”. Whether in the classroom, on the sports field or performing on stage, we inspire each of our students to develop the knowledge and skills they need to follow their passions into a successful future.
Our students benefit from great teaching, an exceptional building and facilities as well as extensive opportunities in terms of enrichment, sport and the creative arts. Outcomes are strong and improving at Key Stage 4 and 5. Ofsted graded the school as 'Good' in 2016 and noted that the care, guidance and support that students receive is outstanding. Through encouraging an enterprising mindset we enable students to thrive in today's rapidly-changing world. We teach students to be innovative and resilient through promoting the Aldridge Attributes of teamwork, creativity, passion, problem-solving, risk-taking and determination in all aspects of academy life.
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Human Resources Manager
An opportunity has arisen for a part-time HR Manager to provide the full HR remit to two Aldridge Education schools based in Brighton (BACA & PACA) and to support with the implementation of national HR initiatives. There will be remote support, but this role is essentially a standalone position and as such will involve a mixture of advisory and administration responsibilities. As the HR function is yet to be fully embedded the right candidate must be prepared to work in an evolving HR environment.
This is a dynamic role which offers the opportunity to make your mark in Human Resources.
We are seeking to recruit Exam Invigilators to work with existing team in the running of all internal and public examinations within the academy. Training will be provided, however, experience of invigilating examinations is essential. For some examinations you may need to be in school between 8.00am and 4.00pm. Successful candidates would join our holding pool of dedicated and committed professionals and will be called in to assist once the examination timetable has been set.
Interviews for these roles will take place in late September 2020.
Please review the job description and person specification for this role. To apply, you will need to complete the support staff application form and submit, with a covering letter, to Abbie Healy, Executive Assistant to the Principal via email - firstname.lastname@example.org.