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Assistant Examinations Officer

Assistant Examinations Officer

Hills Road Sixth Form College


  • Expired
£11,336 to £12,427 per annum depending on experience (£21,598 to £23,615 FTE)
Job type:
Part Time, Permanent
Start date:
January 2018
Apply by:
20 November 2017

Job overview

Hills Road Sixth Form College is a highly successful, popular and well-resourced College that has been awarded ‘designated outstanding’ status by Ofsted. The College offers a stimulating and supportive working environment with excellent opportunities for professional development.  We are seeking to appoint the following post: 


Part-time, term time – 22.5 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

£11,336 to £12,427 per annum depending on experience (£21,598 to £23,615 FTE)  

The appointee will be expected to take a lead in the administrative tasks related to access arrangements and special consideration. The appointee will work in liaison with the Study Skills Department to ensure that access arrangement applications are processed swiftly and with compliance of the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) regulations.   

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Chris Hemming, Examinations Officer,   

Closing date for applications is noon on Monday 20th November at midday  Interviews will take place on Tuesday 28th November  

The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and staff and expects all members of the College community, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment.  The College actively promotes equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the Community.

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About Hills Road Sixth Form College

The College operates on an attractive site just over a mile south of the centre of the historic city of Cambridge. Having responded to strong and sustained demand for places over a number of years we now have approaching 2,400 full-time 16-19 students for whom we provide a wide choice of A level subjects, together with the Extended Project qualification, an extensive and varied enrichment programme and responsive individual support and guidance. We also welcome around 4,000 part-time students on to our adult education programme in the evenings and at weekends.  The College is a study centre for the Open University and has a thriving Sports and Tennis Centre that is open to the local community.

The commitment and excellence of our staff together with the breadth of the curriculum make the College an exciting and enjoyable place in which to learn. Students are encouraged to achieve the highest standards not only in the classroom but also in a range of extra-curricular activities which help them to develop new skills, think independently and exercise their responsibilities as global citizens. We encourage staff and students to contribute strongly to College life and to enjoy its many opportunities. There are good relationships and a real sense of partnership in learning between staff and students, and many visitors comment on the College’s happy and purposeful atmosphere. 

We are proud of the College’s national reputation for excellence and in our last two Ofsted inspections we were rated outstanding in all graded areas. The College has had the highest score of any sixth form college in the country in the Government’s examination performance table for ‘points per examination entry’ since the tables’ inception in 1993. In recent years the tables have included the percentage of students achieving at least AAB at A level in at least two of the Russell Group's 'facilitating subjects' with the College recording the strongest sixth form college percentage in each year. Retention and success rates are high and over 90% of our students progress to higher education.

 The College is a stimulating and rewarding place in which to work and study. Facilities are excellent with new and remodelled purpose built accommodation. Our staff are valued and enjoy working in a friendly and supportive environment and all of us place the student at the heart of what we do. Please visit our website for more information.

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Applications closed