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Administration Support Assistant

Administration Support Assistant

Erith School

Erith, Kent

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£15-628.03 - £15,684.30 per annum (actual salary)
Job type:
Part Time, Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
March 2018 or sooner
Apply by:
5 February 2018

Job overview


Avenue Road, Erith, Kent, DA8 3BN 

Tel: 01322 348 231 

Headteacher - Mrs S Allen, BEd (Hons), NPQH 


8.00am – 4.00pm    Monday – Friday 

36 hours per week, 39 weeks per year 

Salary Range: Bexley Band 04 (Points 1 – 4)  (£18,330 - £18,396  per annum pro rata) (

£15,628.03 - £15,684.30 actual salary)  

We require a competent administrator with good ICT skills and database experience to work as part of a busy team.  The successful candidate will be required to provide whole school clerical administrative support as part of the general office administration.  

For an application form and job description please contact the  HR department by email at 

Alternatively, visit the school website at   

Closing date:  Monday, 5th February 2018  (Midday) Interviews to be held on Wednesday, 7th February 2018  

Erith School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   Erith School is an Equal Opportunities employer.

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About Erith School

King Henry School (formerly Erith School)  is a mainstream, co-educational, non-denominational, secondary academy for children aged 11-18. It is situated in Erith, Kent, and there are currently 1,800 pupils on its roll.

King Henry School was founded in the 1890s. It has existed in its current form since 1967, after the merger of Northumberland Heath Secondary Modern School and Erith Grammar School. It was established as a ten-form-entry school for students of all abilities. In 1972, it became a bilateral school. King Henry School is proud of its heritage.


Mrs S Allen

Our Vision 

We believe that every student should have the opportunity to be extraordinary through developing academic, physical and emotional confidence. This means having the courage to take risks and learn from their mistakes.  Success in education, as in sport, is the result of successive small failures followed by ever increasing challenges. As we tell our students;  “Everything worth achieving is outside your comfort zone.”

Ofsted report

“Pupils have opportunities to improve their school. Pupils in the student voice group know that senior leaders will listen to them and make changes. Pupils make good progress in English as a result of consistently strong teaching. The effectiveness of the 16 to 19 study programmes is good."

“School leaders have developed a strong and effective vision for the sixth form, which ensures that students are successful, enjoy and value their learning opportunities, and develop into responsible, caring, well-rounded individuals. The school offers a range of academic and vocational courses, and designs bespoke study programmes for all students which are flexible enough to meet their needs.”

View King Henry School’s latest Ofsted report

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