The Charter Schools Educational Trust is committed to equality and diversity and to being a family where everyone can be themselves. We are committed to continuous improvement in how representative we are of our local communities, including gender, ethnicity, religion, age, and all other aspects of diversity.
We offer family friendly, flexible working arrangements, and staff networks to provide a supportive environment in the workplace where members can receive peer to peer support.
Please use the links below to access our TES Recruitment Site for details of any further current Teaching and Support staff vacancies and how to apply.
Please return to the site at another time if you do not find any suitable vacancies today. We update the site regularly, and may have something of interest to you soon.
If you are interested in becoming a teacher we offer many different training routes through the London South Teaching School Hub. Follow the link below to find out more:
We know that, to achieve our vision, it is our people who will make the big difference.
In order to attract the strongest, Star talent, we offer a competitive reward and benefits package.
We offer competitive salaries for both teaching and non-teaching staff based on the type and level of role you do. We are an accredited Living Wage employer . This ensures we are treating people fairly across the Trust as well as remaining competitive. Pay ranges are reviewed annually with our recognised unions. Your starting salary will be determined by the pay range for your role, your experience as well as external market conditions.
National Terms and Conditions
The Charter Schools Educational Trust is committed to offering national terms and conditions in line with the School Teacher’s Pay and Conditions document (“STPCD”), the Burgundy Book (for Teachers) or the NJC Green Book (for Support Staff).
All contracted members of staff will be automatically enrolled into a career-average pension scheme with either the Teachers Pension Scheme or the Local Government Pension Scheme (whichever is appropriate). You don’t pay tax or National Insurance on your contributions and TCSET adds a generous employer contribution, which varies depending on your salary. All staff are entitled to opt-out of the pension scheme should they wish to do so.
We recognise the importance of a good work-life balance and provide generous holiday entitlements. This entitlement is in addition to any Bank or Public holidays. If you work part-time, your holiday entitlement will be pro-rated. Teaching staff receive the standard school holiday allowance.
Flexible and Family Friendly Policies
We understand that our employment policies need to be flexible and responsive in order to promote diversity and equality, and to attract and retain the highest quality workforce. We offer formal and informal flexible working opportunities. Formal opportunties including flexible hours, job share arrangements and part-time roles; generous family leave packages; and leave to support you with emergencies or for compassionate reasons.
Cycle to Work Scheme
Our Cycle to Work scheme enables employees to purchase brand-new bicycles and cycling equipment via salary sacrifice making tax and national insurance costs.
Season Ticket Loan Scheme:
Our Season Ticket Loan Scheme enables employees to benefit from annual travel tickets via a salary sacrifice.