Director of Learning, The Ernest Cook Trust
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For more information about
this role please contact: 
Amy Wevill or Edward Wild on 0207 233 2230 or email ect@wildsearch.org.

 

 

Director of Learning, The Ernest Cook Trust

 

The Ernest Cook Trust (ECT) is a charity based on the Fairford Estate in Gloucestershire, owning seven main estates and two other holdings, spread across five counties. The charity’s vision is inspiring young people to achieve better educational and life outcomes by learning from the land and serves three main functions: management of its landed estates; educational support through grant giving; and direct provision of education.

The Director of Learning, a newly created role, is sought in order to improve the quality of the Trust’s educational offering, develop an ambitious education strategy and lead on its delivery. S/he will report to the Chief Executive and lead and manage the education team, ensuring they are provided with the training and resources required to develop and expand the range of work undertaken through engagement and partnerships. Research into the value of outdoor education and advocating this will also be an important part of the role.

 
Director, The Good Schools Guide Group
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For more information about
this role please contact: 
Amy Wevill on 0207 233 2230 or email gsg@wildsearch.org

 

 

Director, The Good Schools Guide Group

The Good Schools Guide Group is a bold, trusted, well respected and growing business. The Good Schools Guide is published annually, as well as other publications including The Good Schools Guide Boarding School. The Group has a growing international consultancy service which provides personal advice to parents. Other areas of the business include the magazine, newsletter, The Good Schools Guide International website and Uni in the USA.

The Director will be committed to ensuring future success and to grow the business, while embedding the content and ethos that makes The Good Schools Guide Group unique and valued.

The appointed candidate will demonstrate a sound professional background with experience of business development, management and marketing as well as financial and operational aspects, preferably with experience in international markets. They will have an interest in – and passion for – the best in education and schools, although experience within the education sector is not essential.

S/he will be required to meet colleagues and others in London or elsewhere on a regular basis, but there will be significant flexibility with regard to working hours and location. This position could therefore suit someone with a portfolio career or childcare responsibilities.

 
Chief Operations Officer, Bohunt Education Trust
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For more information about
this role please contact: 
Poppy Bryanton on 0207 233 2230 or email bohunt@wildsearch.org

Deadline for application: 12 noon on Monday 27th November

 

Chief Operations Officer, Bohunt Education Trust

“…one of the most promising sponsors in the South East” – Regional Schools Commissioner for London South and the South East

A charitable company limited by guarantee, Bohunt Education Trust is a successful and expanding multi-academy trust based in Hampshire, seeking to inspire its students to become innovators and leaders. Integral to its approach is rigorous teaching, complemented by a growing number of external partnerships with both education providers and industry. It is also a leading innovator in STEM education and will be the first state school to open a school in China when it opens Wenzhou International School in 2018.

The Chief Operating Officer, a newly created role, will report to - and work closely with - the Chief Executive to lead and manage the central services of the Trust and oversee operations within the individual schools.

The appointed candidate will demonstrate significant operational management experience, combined with a strategic and entrepreneurial approach to the role and context.

S/he will be based at either The Bohunt Centre in Liphook or in one its schools.

 
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For more information on the role or details on how to apply, please contact Poppy Bryanton or Florence Stanton on 0207 233 2115 or email ba@wildsearch.org .

 
 

Trustees, Beyond Autism

We are pleased to be leading the search for new Trustees for BeyondAutism.

The charity BeyondAutism have retained Wild Search to advise on the appointment of trustees. Candidates with expertise in law and charity fundraising are required. 

 
Ash Colbeckdirector