Future Teacher Training

RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Education

HOURS: Full time (willingness to consider part-time working)

SALARY: L14 – L18

The starting salary will be determined on appointment subject to experience.

PLACE OF WORK: The post holder will be based in the Shared Services office, located in Pimlico Academy. However, regular travel to all Future Academies schools will be required.


Future Academies recognises its employees as the most important asset and critical to its success. To demonstrate this all staff are offered the following benefits:

  • A supportive ethos and concern for the well-being of all colleagues.
  • Excellent CPD opportunities and career progression.
  • Employer Contributions to Local Government or Teachers Pension Scheme.
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • Employee Assistance Programme.
  • Eye Care Voucher scheme.
  • Car Benefit Scheme


The Head of ITT will work collaboratively as a member of the Trust’s Shared Services to:

  1. Lead the strategic development of the ITT provision.
  2. Lead the design and delivery of the ITT curriculum to ensure that it is research-informed and implemented successfully across all partnerships.
  3. Oversee the quality of provision, including trainee mentoring and progress.
  4. Develop marketing, recruitment and selection strategies to attract the highest quality graduates.
  5. Build and sustain a diverse range of partnerships including with the PGCE provider.
  6. Develop the SCITT’s network and presence across the sector, ensuring that the SCITT remains outward-facing, ambitious, and innovative.
  7. Work as part of the central education team for Future Academies, contributing to the strategic school improvement programme, as required.
  8. Report to the governance committee, as required.

Undertake any tasks reasonably required by the CEO or Board of Trustees.


To apply for the post, please visit our ETeach website to apply on-line Careers at Future Academies – London, United Kingdom, SW1V 3AT

Applicants should complete the online application form via Eteach. Applicants should also complete the ‘Supporting Statement’ section of the online form to the best of their ability and use this section to demonstrate how they meet the requirements set out in the person specification. Please ensure specific examples are included.

Applications must be received no later than 9am on Friday 19th May 2023. Applications after this date will not be considered. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 23rd May 2023.

Interview Process

The interview process will take place as soon as possible after shortlisting has been completed. The interview will include a formal interview and may include practical tasks related to the knowledge and skills required for the role.

Candidates that have taken part in interviews will be notified as soon as possible – please ensure that you have provided day and evening numbers on which you can be reached.

Unsuccessful candidates will be given the opportunity to receive professional feedback.

Taking up the post

The successful candidate will take up the post in September 2023 or sooner.

Additional information

For further information please email HREnquiries@futureacademies.org and a member of the HR team will contact you.


As an educational trust, Future Academies is committed to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of all children and young people. Therefore, the Trust expects all members of staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. An ‘Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service’ check and a ‘Barred List’ check is required for this role.

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