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Welfare and Clerical Assistant
37 hours per week, term-time only including non-pupil days
Actual Gross Salary £15,348.67 - £16,257.28
Cann Hall Primary School is seeking to appoint an experienced, confident and efficient Clerical and Welfare assistant to work in our busy school office, to start after Christmas.
This positionis based in themainschool office attending topupil welfare and administrative duties. This is a key position within the office team and applicants will require a confident and friendly manner, have the ability to work to deadlines, whilst remaining calm under pressure!
Excellent IT skills and strong organisational and interpersonal skills are essential. Previous school office experience, including knowledge of SIMs Management Information System is an advantage, but training is available for the right candidate.
As the successful candidate, you will:
Be educated to GCSE grade A-C in English and Maths;
Have excellent verbal and written communication skills;
Have the ability to work efficiently and effectively, both as a member of a team and independently;
Have good organisational skills.
In return, we offer:
A values driven and child-centred environment;
Support from experienced central business services team;
Good opportunities for continued professional development ;
A strong, caring ethos where everyone is valued.
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed, please contact Cris Edwards, HR Manager on 01255 420603 opt 5, to arrange an appointment.
CHANGE Schools Partnershipis committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We reserve the right to close the post before the date stated above once sufficient applications have been received. We therefore advise that you submit your completed application form as soon as possible.
Information about the School
Message from Stuart Ellis, Chief Executive Officer
CHANGE Schools Partnership is an organisation founded upon a common vision of partnership and a belief that if we 'aim high' we can 'change lives'.
Children and their learning come first. We want our staff to be highly skilled and well equipped to deliver a programme of learning that challenges and excites young minds. Most of all we want everyone in the 'Partnership' to want to be the very best they can. Every member of staff, from every area of school, is given the opportunity to grow and be a special part of our organisation.