We are currently recruiting for:

Principal of Orpheus College

Full time / 52 week contract

£58 - 63K per annum (DOE)

We are currently seeking a Principal. This is a new role, reflecting the successful development of the Orpheus Centre over the last 22 years and our ambitious plans for the future.

If you are an outstanding teacher with experience of special educational needs and disabilities and holistic support, we would like to speak to you about this brilliant opportunity.

You should be committed to enabling young disabled people to develop their independence and take their rightful place in society. We want to work with you if you are passionate about enabling young disabled adults to have a stronger voice in society so that they can change their and our worlds. It is vital that you show your enjoyment of work and that you expect and support a workforce of volunteers and employees to do the same. You don’t need to be an artist or performer, but you do need recognise and support the use of such skills to support the development of independence and confidence. You will lead a fantastic team of tutors, care and learning support staff, housing, employment and transition experts, who deserve excellent leadership and people management skills from their new Principal. You will have a supportive peer group of senior managers both within your team and from other departments: we collaborate and work as a united team across the Orpheus Centre.

In return you will have the opportunity to work with brilliant people - our students, volunteers and staff – and have a hand in ensuring fabulous outcomes for these people. In addition, you will be a key influence in the next phase of development for the Orpheus Centre, ensuring future focused education, supported living services and community arts facilities for the next generations of disabled young adults.

Please click here for full job description, supporting information and to apply.

The Orpheus Centre Trustee

An exciting opportunity has arisen as the Orpheus Centre Board of Trustees are looking to recruit a new IT Trustee to join the Board to actively support the overall effective running of the charity, both organisational and financial.

The Board of Trustees are responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of Orpheus, developing the organisations aims, objectives, and goals in accordance with the governing document, legal and regulatory guidelines.

New Trustees will actively promote and develop the charity in order for it to grow and maintain its current and future relevant to young disabled adults, maintaining sound financial management of the charity’s assets and resources.

Orpheus is a vibrant Independent Specialist college for young disabled adults who have a passion for the performing arts and a desire to live independently.  Situated in rural Godstone, Surrey you will be joining us at a challenging but exciting time of growth and development.

IT Trustee

If you are interested in joining our Board of Trustees, please see the above links for further details. To express an interest, please contact [email protected]