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Salary: Band 4 Pt 19 £21,593 - Pt 24 £24,297 (actual salary per annum), depending on qualifications and experience.
Hours: 37 hours per week (part time applicants will be considered), 40 weeks per year (term time plus one week)
Required as soon as possible. We are seeking to appoint a suitably experienced individual to manage, operate and configure the school's MIS (Management Information System). Full training on our MIS (Bromcom) will be given, although familiarity with a similar management information system (SIMS, CMIS) would be advantageous. Highly developed analytical and IT skills are essential for this role. This is a term time position, and in addition the postholder will be required to be in school for the GCSE and A Level examination results period annually mid/late August.
An application form and job description are available from our website - www.kegs.org.uk, or by emailing email@example.com.
Due to our stringent safeguarding protocol, applications for employment at KEGS can only be accepted on our formal Recruitment Application Form.
Deadline for receipt of completed applications is 4pm on Monday 09 December 2019. Interviews to be held shortly after the closing date.
King Edward VI Grammar School demonstrates a commitment to safeguarding children.
Information about the School
King Edward VI Grammar School is a selective boys' state school with a mixed Sixth Form and an exceptional academic and extra-curricular reputation based in Chelmsford. As a school specifically providing specialist education to very able young people, there is a strong focus on academic achievement, with the vast majority of students (both those boys who join in Year 7, and students, including girls, who join for the sixth form) going on to top universities. There is a serious work ethic at KEGS which derives from highly motivated students and dedicated staff. Recent results have put us near the top of national GCSE and A level rankings, and 23 students who left us in Summer 2019 gained places at Oxford or Cambridge and a further 23 went on to study medicine at university. However, league tables are not our guiding principle – we value breadth of study as well. We also focus significant effort on the progress of students who may find a particular subject area more challenging than others, and we have an extensive programme of mentor support.