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Community and Marketing Deputy Manager
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Community and Marketing Deputy Manager

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The Henry Beaufort School


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Grade D £19848
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
30 October 2017

Job description

We are looking to appoint a Community and Marketing Assistant Manager to support the schools ambition to grow, improve and offer excellent services to our local community. 

This role has responsibility for marketing, PR and Branding for the whole school, prospectus, website editing, editing films and videos, maintaining and disseminating the Brand and demonstrating to the community a strong Ethos for Pride, Happiness and Ambition. 

The successful candidate will also have responsibility for income generation, from grants, sponsorship and effective management of school facilities for community use.  To be successful you will need: 

• Excellent administrative and organisational skills 

• Business and Marketing skills 

• The ability to think strategically 

• Excellent ICT skills (Microsoft Office) 

• Knowledge of InDesign

• An ability to use your own initiative and work under pressure

• Good interpersonal and communication skills

• A good sense of humour and the ability to work as part of a team   

Applicants should be educated to at least O’Level/GCSE standard, with passes in English and Maths at grade C or above.   

Hours: 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 52 weeks per year  (some evening work required)

Salary Grade D £19,848 FTE with progression to £22,338   

This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful secondary school in which ‘Pupils’ comments are very positive about the school. They are happy and consider there to be a strong sense of mutual respect between themselves and stafff Osted 2017.  

Benefits include childcare support in the form of a place at Henry's Kindergarten, set within the school grounds.  Staff at The Henry Beaufort School are given priority at Henry’s and benefit from a 10% discount.   

Please visit our website www.beaufort.hants.sch.uk for further details and an application form. If you wish to make an informal enquiry or arrange a visit, please ring Alison Caplin (Bursar) on 01962 880073.   

To apply, please complete an application form (on the website) and send by  e-mail to admin@staff.beaufort.hants.sch.uk or by post to Chris Tibbatts, Personnel Assistant.   We look forward to hearing from you.   

Closing date: Monday 30th October 

Interview: TBC  

The school is committed to safeguarding children and promoting their welfare. All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, along with other relevant pre-employment checks.

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I am proud and privileged to be the Headteacher of The Henry Beaufort School.  It is a wonderful place for children to learn, where ‘Teachers and leaders at all levels are enthusiastic and ambitious.’ [Ofsted May 2017]

I believe education is about the development of the whole child.

At The Henry Beaufort School, we share an inclusive ethos which focuses on challenge, enjoyment and success for all. We are proud to be a comprehensive school where there are ‘high standards’ [Ofsted May 2017] for all of our students.

Our core values are centred on independent learning. Our students are resilient learners who take pride in being confident, articulate young citizens.

The curriculum at The Henry Beaufort School combines the traditional with the dynamic and innovative. Our personalised learning pathways ensure that students choose from a broad and balanced curriculum designed to guarantee access to higher education and the modern workplace.

Central to any school are the students who make up our community. Our school motto, ‘Pride, Happiness, Ambition’ reflects our ‘highly inclusive culture’ where we ‘celebrate difference and diversity.’  [Ofsted May 2017]

We encourage students to take part in enrichment activities in order to fulfill their potential, whether it is within sport, the expressive arts or as part of the many experiences we offer at The Henry Beaufort School. As a result, our school day is extended to allow students to participate in a wide range of opportunities.  This includes residential activities in Britain and as far afield as Finland and New York.

Our school is committed to:

•The fundamental role that we play in the academic and moral education of young people

•... A ‘culture of continuous improvement’ [Ofsted May 2017]

•Building the learning power of all students

•Providing opportunities for students to demonstrate responsibility and leadership

•Recognising and celebrating the success of our students at every opportunity

At the Henry Beaufort School we are committed to high quality CPD for all staff

Sue Hearle, Headteacher

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