South Bank Academies Trust,
103 Borough Road,
London, SE1 0AA

020 7815 8181

www.southbankacademies.co.uk

Work for us

We’re always on the look out for enthusiastic and ambitious staff who are interested in developing their careers in one of our supportive, innovative academies.

If you share our commitment to ensure that no child’s life chances are limited by their background or ability then we’d love to hear from you. If there are any current vacancies they will be shown below and you’re also welcome to send us your cv on spec with a covering letter for future consideration.

Current Vacancies 


Student Conduct and Behaviour Manager 

Accountable to: Vice Principal 

Location: South Bank UTC, 56 Brixton Hill, London SW2 1QS 

Contract term: Permanent 

Working pattern: 40 hours per week, 39 weeks per year 

Job start: Monday 23rd August 2021 

Deadline: 9.00 am, Friday 2nd July 2021 

Shortlisting: Friday 2nd July 2021 

Interviews: Wednesday 7th July 2021 

Informal Discussion 

Applicants who wish to have an informal discussion about the role should contact Rob Harding, Vice Principal rob.harding@southbank-utc.co.uk 

Applying 

If you wish to apply for this post, please complete an application form on the TES portal (this is preferred). 

If you are applying through the Guardian, DfE site or our website, use our application form which can be found here. This should include a letter of application or supporting statement (no more than two sides of A4) telling us why you wish to be considered for the post. Please send your final application to sahra.gaade@southbank-utc.co.uk by the closing date detailed on page 3. 

If you are applying for a post and wish to book an informal discussions, please contact Jacqui Collins, South Bank Academies Trust HR Manager on 020 7738 6115 or admin@sbatrust.co.uk.

South Bank Academies Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. We are committed to protecting all stakeholders of our school community and, therefore, conduct rigorous recruitment processes, including the assessment of applicants’ suitability to work with young people.  All staff must hold an enhanced DBS check and must provide two references on application, one being from your most recent employer. Applicants will be asked to demonstrate eligibility to work in the UK if shortlisted for interview.