Vacancy posted: Friday, 9 Mar 2012
Can you make a difference to the future lives of Glasgow's children? Can you lead and motivate staff to nurture children and to create exciting learning environments which will raise attainment and achievement? Glasgow City Council is seeking to recruit motivated and highly qualified staff to Depute Headteacher posts in primary schools across the city. Membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme will be essential on taking up appointment along with GTCS Registration. Please note successful candidates for the above position will be required to pay for their PVG Membership/or Scheme Checks.
Location: Carntyne Primary, 38-62 Liberton Street, Glasgow, G33 2HF Dunard Primary, 65 Dunard Street, Glasgow, G20 6RL (2 Posts)
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Job Reference: GLA000774
Closing Date: 25-Mar-2012
About Glasgow City Council and Associated Organisations
Glasgow City Council as Scotland's largest local authority has 24,000 employees, manages a gross annual budget in excess of £2,000 million and delivers a range of services including: • education • environmental health • catering and cleaning • cleansing • roads and ground maintenance • construction • financial, legal, cultural and leisure services • business development • social work Our visions We have two visions, which explain what we want to achieve. One is for our customers, the people of Glasgow, and the other is for our employees. For our customers, we want to: • 'create a prosperous city for all Glaswegians'. For our employees we want to: • 'inspire them to make the difference every day' Our values Our visions set out what we want to achieve. Our values help to explain how we will achieve them. Our drive for success is reflected in these values.