Work for us
South Bank UTC team is extremely friendly, and you can be sure of a very warm welcome when you start working with us.
We are part of a Multi-Academy Trust, The South Bank Academies Trust. The Trust operates its own pay scales which are competitive and in line with inner London weighting. Additional benefits include healthcare, Sodexo rewards (including discounted supermarket and high street shopping and cinema tickets), and contributory pension schemes for teachers (Teachers Pensions) and support staff (Local Government Pension Scheme). Additionally, for teaching applicants, we offer a funded assessment route toward teacher qualification for candidates who have a bachelors degree in the relevant subject.
The forms below should be used for UTC based roles only.
None at present.
South Bank UTC is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. We are committed to protecting all stakeholders of our school community and, therefore, conduct rigorous recruitment processes, including the assessment of applicants’ suitability to work with young people. All staff must hold an enhanced DBS check and must provide two references on the application, one being from your most recent employer. Applicants will be asked to demonstrate eligibility to work in the UK if shortlisted for an interview.
Retention of Application, ID and DBS
Once a recruitment decision has been made, we do not retain documentation or information for any longer than is necessary. Unsuccessful candidates’ ID and DBS documentation will be securely disposed of immediately. Application form, supporting statement and interview questions/notes will be disposed of securely six months after the date of your interview.
Successful candidates’ personal information, ID and DBS certificates will be retained on their employee file for the duration of their employment at the UTC for the purpose of safeguarding audits. Throughout this time, the usual conditions regarding the safe storage and strictly controlled access will prevail.