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Silver End Academy require an experienced Administrator to work in our busy school office. You may also be required to attend one of the other Witham schools to cover absence at short notice during these hours. Therefore, being able to drive and having use of a car is essential to this role.
Part time hours (15 hours per week), term time plus Inset days (39 weeks, 44.5 paid weeks). Salary Scale 3 (£6,550 - £6,681 per annum).
Working pattern: Monday to Friday 9.00am - 12.00pm.
Applicants must have good word processing skills and be computer literate (Word, Excel and Publisher) with knowledge of SIMS desirable. It is an expectation that candidates hold GCSE grades A- C, or equivalent, in both Maths and English.
You should have good interpersonal skills and be first aid trained or willing to undertake a one day Basic First Aid course.
Working at the front office, this position is often the first point of call for visitors, so a cheerful personality is a must. We strive to build excellent relationships with our parents, pupils and the wider school community, so the ability to listen and the desire to help are also essential to the role.
The individual must have the ability to work under their own initiative and be able to work calmly under pressure. He/She must also be organised in their working practices, whilst understanding the need for tasks to be put aside when something needing more immediate attention arises. Confidentiality is of paramount importance
Please apply on-line or contact Michelle Smith, HR Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grow, flourish, succeed
At Silver EndAcademy we all share a common vision for every child and their individual needs. We provide a welcoming environment where children are accepting of others, develop positive relationships and see the school as part of an expanding, wider community, and ultimately, a bigger world.
- To foster curiosity in learning, to become independent learners and to encourage children to be passionate about what they do.
- To show children that learning is a life-long process of self-improvement.
- To place the school at the centre of the community by working closely with parents and local groups.
- To give all children equal opportunities, responsibilities and rights, regardless ofrace, gender, background, ability and disability.
- To provide, through high quality teaching, a stimulating, caring and safe environment where children are encouraged to develop to their full potential academically, socially, physically and emotionally.
- To have the highest expectations of all children and to lead them to have the highest expectations of themselves.
- To develop in all children a thirst for learning so that they become independent and self-motivated.
- To enable the children to take increasing responsibility for aspects of their own learning, to use and apply their developing skills and to work collaboratively.
- To encourage children to have consideration for others, respect for their surroundings and a sense of responsibility for themselves.
Connected Learning Multi-Academy Trust are committed to:
- Safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety, and the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, of children and young people;
- Promoting equality of opportunity and community cohesion where the diversity of difference backgrounds and circumstances is appreciated and positively valued;
- The fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs
and expects all staff, volunteers and other workers to share this commitment.
The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check, medical clearance and satisfactory references.