DEMAT is a unique organisation that celebrates the power of education and curriculum alongside a distinctly Christian ethos to support all pupils achieve their very best. The Trust consists of 39 primary schools across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk and Suffolk.
Our schools are broad in context and our communities are unique and we work with our headteachers to provide high quality, effective and efficient support from the Trust so that teaching staff can focus on the things that matter most – delivering a great curriculum for the benefit of the pupils.
We are pleased to be partnering with ‘MyNewTerm’ to provide a bespoke recruitment application platform, providing details for all vacancies within the Trust.
Applications for any Trust position will need to be completed via the website. It’s a straightforward process and you have the option to set up a profile once and use that to apply for other positions, rather than having to start a new one each time you wish to submit an application.
Please click on this link to be taken to our Trust profile:
If there are currently no vacancies within the Trust that suit your skills and aspirations, we would still welcome expressions of interest to work with us. To that end, you can register with our Talent Pool on the website and we will review your details.
We are always keen to hear from experienced and innovative leaders and teacher practitioners as well as individuals at the start of their careers (eg NQTs, SCITT trainees) and those who wish to work with us in supporting the vision and values of the Trust to deliver a first-class education.
What can we offer you?
- A supportive and stimulating working environment
- Commitment to your professional development including opportunities for both Trust focused (internal) and external training (dependent on the needs of the Trust)
- Competitive remuneration package and generous pension schemes
- Family friendly policies and arrangements (subject to qualifying arrangements), eg flexible working, maternity, paternity and shared parental leave