Current Vacancies


Alternate Pathway Coordinator and Cover Supervisor

We seek to appoint an enthusiastic, committed and inspirational Alternate Pathway Coordinator and Cover Supervisor to provide a tailored and personalised provision for students at risk of fixed term suspensions, through internal timetable modifications and small group work

Hours of Work

38 hours per week

Rate of Pay


How to Apply

For an informal discussion, to arrange a visit to look around the UTC or for an application pack please contact Cam Walker on 01900 606446 or by email –

The closing date for this post is 09:00am on Friday 1st December 2023. Your completed application form and supporting information should be returned via email to the email address above.

We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

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ECUTC Employment Application Form

ECUTC Employment Application Form Guidance Notes

Criminal self-disclosure

All shortlisted candidates will be provided with a criminal history self-disclosure form to complete and return no later than one day prior to interview. Failure to return the self-disclosure will result in the interview being withdrawn.

Once the self-disclosure form is received in school, any disclosed information will be checked to ensure it is relevant. Relevant criminal history will be shared with the chair of the recruitment panel prior to interview to allow time to assess relevance and agree what questions should be asked during the interview process. Any shortlisted candidate who discloses criminal or other suitability information will be given an opportunity to discuss the context and relevance with the recruiting panel.

Governor Vacancies

We are looking to recruit new governors to the Full Governing Body. Governors offer strategic guidance, oversight and accountability rather than getting involved in the day-to-day operations of the school. Governors usually attend around 6 meetings a year, with the role providing the opportunity for career development and the chance to support young people’s futures. In particular we are looking for governors with a financial background, but people from a broad range of backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

The Governing Body consists of three committees: Curriculum and Standards, Employer Engagement and Finance and Audit. These committees meet once per term followed by a meeting of the full board.

We are also recruiting for a new Chair of the Governing Body in the next 12 months.

The current Chair, Barbara Stephens, would be delighted to meet interested people, and to discuss the role in more detail. Please contact her on