What are we looking for?
You will be experienced
in managing data across a group of schools and phases, and have extended
knowledge of the lifecycle of data within an educational setting, including pupil achievement, attendance,
stakeholder surveys, workforce, HR and other KPIs.
You will be able to produce clear and concise reports for a range of
stakeholders using modern applications to query, report and automate this data
such as PowerBI, Zoho Analytics or similar.
Someone to take
a leading role across all aspects of data and data management processes, having
previous experience of running statutory reports such as the school census.
Ideally you will have previous
experience of internal and external examination rules and processes (including
NEA, exam concessions, invigilation)
If you are interested
in this role, or would like to discuss the role further, please contact our HR
team at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an
exciting opportunity for an experienced Data Manager (or similar) to join The
Education Alliance’s central team, leading on Data and Analysis. You will be working
with staff, systems and data from across our schools, and with a
base in our TEAL Development Centre, Melton.
We are a
growing trust with around 1,000 staff across ten sites based predominantly in
the Hull and East Riding region. This is a full-time, throughout the year position. However,
if you are interested in working on a part time basis and/or term-time, we are happy to explore this with you.
As a trust,
we are here to make great schools and happier, stronger communities so that
people have better lives. We wish to be
seen, and experienced, as an employer of choice; an organisation that people
want to join and remain with, enjoying satisfying careers whilst continuing to
learn and develop. You will be working
closely with senior leaders and data teams across the trust and your key areas of
responsibility will include:
- Leading on all data across the organisation,
from primary school through to sixth form, and including our central services
and analysing a range of data, producing clear and concise reports and
presentations for a range of audiences
- Supporting schools to ensure that data is
accurate and timely, and supporting effective functions such as school census, achievement
data, timetabling, reporting and stakeholder surveys (this will involve taking
a practical lead in our primary schools)
- Provide high level support
and guidance to schools with internal and external examination (JCQ)
regulations and processes
The Education Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service prior to appointment and we undertake an online check, in line with the Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023 guidance.
The Education Alliance’s Child Protection Policy can be accessed at: https://theeducationalliance.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Child-Protection-Policy.pdf
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