There has never been a more exciting time to be at Ormiston Forge Academy. We became an academy in January 2012 and became Good during Ofsted in March 2016 following up with another Good judgement in October 2019. Students and staff are at the heart of the Academy and we are committed to providing all with a vast range of opportunities.
Joining the Academy, all members of staff have access to a first-rate induction programme, staff development and the opportunity to shape the future of the academy. We expect nothing short of excellence from all our staff, in return, we offer a fantastic place to work and make a difference. We are united towards our core purpose.
If you are interested in any of the vacancies we urge you to come and have a look at us in action. If you would like to visit please contact the Academy by phone or email [email protected]
There are no current vacancies at this moment.
Compulsory Declaration of any Convictions, Cautions or Reprimands, Warnings or Bind-overs
It is the Academy’s policy to require all applicants for employment to disclose any previous ‘unspent’ criminal convictions and any cautions which have not expired, or any pending prosecutions. In addition, posts are exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (exceptions order 1975) which requires you to disclose all spent convictions and cautions except those which are ‘protected’ under Police Act 1997 – Part V and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975 (2013) and are not subject to disclosure to employers on DBS certificates and cannot be taken into account. Guidance on the filtering of “protected” cautions and convictions which do not need to be disclosed by a job applicant can be found on the Disclosure and Barring Service website.
If you are invited to interview you will be required to disclose your criminal record on an “Invitation to Interview” form and bring the completed form to interview. The information you give will be treated as strictly confidential. Disclosure of a conviction, caution, bind-over order, warning or reprimand will not automatically disqualify you from consideration. Any offence will only be taken into consideration if it is one which would make you unsuitable for the type of work you are applying for. However, offences relating to children may make you unsuitable since this is a “regulated position” under the Criminal Justice & Courts Services Act 2000.
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