We are supporting the kickstart program.
The Kickstart Scheme is a 6 month paid job with a local employer, funded by the Government. It provides a fully funded opportunity for young people to gain experience of working. Jobs from the Kickstart Scheme are open to 16-24 year olds, who are claiming Universal Credit, and are at risk of long term unemployment. If you have a work coach they will talk to you about the Kickstart Scheme and whether it’s right for you.
If you are interested please read the information on the kickstart website and the job description below. If you would like apply complete the application form below.
Completed application forms must be returned to the Trust HR Officer, Sue Howard at
Other Vacancies

Clerk to the Local Board – Link Academy Trust

240hrs per annum (approx. 6hrs per week), 40 wks per year.

 NJC Grade D, £10.41ph

To start as soon as possible

The Link Multi Academy Trust is seeking to appoint a highly organised individual with a professional manner and effective communication skills to provide clerking support to its Local Board for the Moorland Hub, comprising of academies, Bearnes, Hennock, Ilsington, Moretonhampstead and Widecombe-in-the-Moor.


Within this clerking position, you will cover one joint Local Board for 5 academies and also have time for annual training and clerks' briefings. This is a part-time role, amounting to approx 6hrs per week, term-time, but candidates need to be available flexibly for a small number of additional days as required to cover clerking panels for exclusions, disciplinaries etc.

The role will mainly be home-based working and at the moment during Covid, meetings have taken place virtually via Microsoft Teams. When allowed, meetings will again take place at our academies, so the role will then include travelling for that purpose to minute meetings.

Discretion and flexibility, plus excellent organisation and computer skills are essential in this role, as well as an interest in education and be able to deal with matters confidentially. A good level of education together with proven experience of organising meetings, writing agendas, producing accurate and concise minutes and providing advice to a governing body is desirable. 

Experience in a previous clerking role is preferred. An encrypted laptop will be provided for this role.


We offer you the support of clear systems, protocols, expectations and structures to help you to succeed. You will need to show initiative, creativity and demonstrate the aptitude to work as part of a successful and growing team.


We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.


To download an application form and job description, please visit the Trust website  

Completed applications must be emailed to Trust HR Officer, Sue Howard on


Closing date: 19th May 2021

Interview date:  w/c 24th May 2021