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  • Start date details


  • Closing date

    3 October 2023 at 9am

  • Date listed

    27 September 2023

Job details

Job role

  • Learning support or cover supervisor

Visa sponsorship

Visas cannot be sponsored

Working pattern

Full time: 37 hours per week

Contract type


Full-time equivalent salary

Between £28,900 and £32,909

What skills and experience we're looking for

Essential criteria for this role:-

  • Good general education at A level or equivalent level of knowledge relevant to the duties of the role
  • Demonstrable knowledge of a wide range of HR, Payroll and administrative practices/procedures
  • Good understanding of the principles of equality and diversity that support a culture that embraces diversity
  • Organisational, planning and time-management skills that demonstrate an ability to deliver a professional, efficient and effective service
  • Excellent literacy, numeracy and IT skills, knowledge of HR information systems
  • Strong customer-focused interpersonal/communication skills, with an ability to quickly build positive rapport and respond appropriately to a variety of stakeholders, empathic, sensitive and challenging as required
  • Ability to produce presentation reports for a variety of audiences
  • Analytical skills, with high levels of accuracy/attention to detail
  • Experience of undertaking a wide variety of general HR/Payroll tasks
  • Experience of administering high volume tasks with accuracy and to tight deadlines
  • Relevant experience of collaborating and building effective relationships with multiple managers with competing demands in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong work ethic with a high level of commitment to the whole Trust community and a flexible approach
  • Commitment to equality that raises aspirations for all, challenges prejudice and assumptions and promotes integration, celebrating the diversity of multicultural Britain
  • Realistic, honest and efficient approach
  • An ability to foster an open, innovative, equitable culture, dealing with sensitive decisions or situations in a timely manner, making reasoned judgements, conveying conclusions clearly, positively and empathetically
  • Positive attitude to change, with an adaptable and versatile approach, remaining calm under pressure
  • A natural team player with initiative, resilience and a helpful, positive outlook, aware of the need to be confidential and sensitive to the needs of a diverse range of people
  • A growth mind-set with a passion for continued learning and a commitment to the values of the Trust

What the school offers its staff

To your career

  • A strong commitment and support for your personal professional journey
  • Opportunities for shared learning and collaboration across the Trust and the wider network
  • Extensive professional and personal development opportunities
  • To help shape the future of successful and innovative academies.

To be part of something bigger

  • A strong and supportive local governing body
  • A collaborative Trust which inspires innovation and a network of Business Managers and HR professionals that can influence and shape the strategy of the wider Trust.

To make a difference

  • To be part of a team that makes a real difference to the life chances of our children and young people
  • Contributing to the creation of a culture and environment in which staff feel valued, are inspired and work in buildings which promote and enhance child progress and learning.

Other staff benefits

  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • The mental health and wellbeing of staff is of key importance and in addition to professional support we provide an extensive employee assistance provision, including 24/7 telephone helpline and counselling
  • Lifestyle health and wellbeing programme
  • Employee Discounts platform, saving £££’s on a range of goods and services
  • Eyecare Voucher Scheme
  • Cycle to Work Scheme (to be introduced 2023/24)
  • Access to an extensive personal development programme
  • Access to the University’s vast Library resources and to the National College resource

Commitment to safeguarding

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Any appointment is subject to satisfactory completion of all relevant pre-employment checks.

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About Oakmoor School

School type
Academy, ages 11 to 16
Education phase
View all Secondaryjobs
School size
875 pupils enrolled
Age range
11 to 16
Email address
Phone number
01243 793463

Oakmoor School is a brand new, state of the art secondary school situated in a 22 acre tree lined site on the edge of the South Downs National Park.

We are a friendly, vibrant school with high standards and expectations. We pride ourselves on knowing every young person as an individual and challenging each of them to have the highest possible aspirations. The Oakmoor ethos is encapsulated by our motto: Ambition, Courage, Excellence.

Students at Oakmoor display excellent behaviour in lessons and around the school. Teachers plan highly engaging lessons tailored to the needs of our students allowing high levels of progress to be enjoyed. Students benefit from a wealth of extra-curricular activities, including trips and visits to enrich their experience at our school.

We benefit from cutting edge technology throughout the site and the latest specialist equipment for key areas such as science, technology and performing arts. Our main buildings surround a central court yard which includes covered areas for outside dining and seating areas outside of the learning resource centre for reading at break and lunch times.

There is an abundance of green spaces which include several sports pitches, an athletics track, a nurture garden and a forest school area for outside learning and activities. The whole site is bordered by mature trees providing a relaxing and inspirational backdrop to our inspirational learning environment.

We are a very successful school where high levels of respect and conduct prevail. Our success shows that when you couple high quality pastoral care with high standards and expectations, young people are able to flourish and to achieve their very best.

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