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Vacancy for Deputy Principal

Jo Trump our current Deputy Principal has been promoted to Principal and will be taking up this role from the beginning of the Spring Term 2017 when Linda Sinclair retires.

This provides a unique opportunity for an outstanding manager who can lead and develop at a strategic level to join our highly successful learning community located in the historic city of Cambridge.

Further details about the College and how to apply can be found in the booklet which we hope will provide you with sufficient information to make your application:

The closing date for applications is 9.00am on 20th January. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd February.

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