- Job role
- Education support
- Working pattern
- Part time
The hours will be between 27 and 37 per week - this will be negotiable with the successful candidate. 42 weeks per year including INSET days.
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Fixed term to 31/08/2022)
- Bucks Pay Range 3 ( Equivalent to £22,690 to £24,540 for full time)
SIR HENRY FLOYD GRAMMAR SCHOOL
We have an exciting opportunity to join our successful, vibrant school community as an
Administration Officer – Data, Assessment and Examinations
Start Date – As soon as possible (fixed term to 31st August 2022)
The hours will be between 27 and 37 hours per week - this will be negotiable with the successful candidate, 42 weeks per year
including INSET days
Bucks Pay Range 3
Actual annual salary £15,083 to £16,313 for 27 hours per week
Actual annual salary £20,669 to £22,354 for 37 hours per week
(equivalent to £22,690 to £24,540 for full time)
We are an outstanding co-educational grammar school with outstanding provision for our young people.
Our Vision – to pioneer a grammar school education which equips the visionaries of tomorrow.
We can offer you:
• A school full of students who are keen to learn (“Seldom have I seen a school where students are so universally positive and enthusiastic about their learning” – HMI)
• A strong commitment to your own professional development
• A school committed to staff well-being, with a three-strand strategy focusing on: well-being, workload, and recruitment and retention. All staff have access to Perkbox (https://www.perkbox.com/uk) and can opt into the Cycle to Work salary sacrifice scheme. All staff have the opportunity to use our on-site Conditioning Suite. We have a vibrant staff community and run activities such as: weekly staff fitness clubs, staff choirs, baking activities, shared lunches and annual staff socials.
• This post is also suitable for graduates and for those considering teacher training for a future career in education
We would like you to:
• Fully commit to our Vision and Mission (see above and below)
• Live the Values that the school expounds, role modelling each of them for
students, colleagues and stakeholders (see below)
• Have a background in youth work, counselling, careers advice, mental health
practice or similar
• Have high expectations of yourself, and our students
• Be committed to improving the life chances of young people
• Be willing to commit to life beyond the academic curriculum.
We encourage applications from those candidates with ‘protected characteristics’ as set out in the Equalities Act 2010. We are committed to developing a workforce that is representative of the communities in which we work.
The Trust operates rigorous ‘safer recruitment’ practices and the successful candidates will be required to undertake a criminal record check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Please click on the link below for further details:
Closing date: Wednesday 20th October 2021 at 12 noon
We build a diverse community of inquisitive young minds and deliver a contemporary grammar school education which challenges and inspires.
We give our students the stimuli to spark their imagination and encourage them to ‘think big’, both inside and outside the classroom.
We create an environment where challenge is welcomed. We motivate our students to push their boundaries, to explore something new and to emerge as visionary young adults.
We build resilience…
Bouncing back takes courage. We develop a resolute mindset in each of our students and foster a willingness to take calculated risks, without fear of failure.
We encourage reciprocity…
There is strength in the pack. We champion the exchange of wisdom and guidance between our students, to ensure they grow both individually and as a collective.
We grow resourcefulness…
Deeper roots; greater fruits. We motivate our students to investigate every resource and inspiration available to them in their pursuit of fresh knowledge.
We nurture reflection…
Thinking back is moving forwards. We invite our students to be mindful and self-aware, and to continually adapt their practice, balancing the pursuit of excellence and their wellbeing.
We treasure respect…
The little things that go a long way. We expect our students be courteous and kind at all times, and to appreciate and celebrate the differences that make us unique.
‘Working Together to Inspire, Challenge and Achieve’
Applying for the job
Please follow the link to the vacancy details on the Insignis Academy Trust website
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