Are you recruiting the best non-teaching staff?
The education landscape has changed dramatically over the past ten years. Academy conversion and the subsequent creation of multi-academy trusts (MATs) have presented leaders in the sector with new opportunities and new challenges. Whilst the focus of the academy sector is still very much on teaching and learning the fact is that academy and MAT leaders are now solely responsible for the wellbeing of students, schools and the overarching business. In short, MAT leaders now have to focus on education as a business, as well as the business of education. Achievement in the classroom and the development of confident young people are compromised if the non-teaching elements of your business are not maximised.
The recruitment and retention of the very best teaching staff is absolutely vital in terms of achievement when it comes to the business of education but how confident are you as a leader that your organisation is accessing the very best non-teaching staff and non-executive directors, helping to safeguard education as a business. On behalf of not-for-profit organisations such as yours, Network Public Sector specialises in the recruitment of non-executives and non-teaching staff from all professional backgrounds. Our expertise is in delivering value for money solutions, committing to working with you not just as a recruiting consultant but as part of your organisation, understanding your ethos and values.
Our Managing Consultants have extensive professional experience in their own right as leaders in not-for-profit sector organisations, including as non-executives in the MAT sector.
We bring sector insight as well as experience from other sectors that can reinforce your MAT journey.
So, whether you are looking to recruit non-executives, non-teaching senior staff or other specialist colleagues Network Public Sector can provide you with solutions, matching the very best candidates to your unique and special organisation.
For a no commitment discussion or meeting contact Ken Wood at Network Public Sector on 0121 200 5780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.