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Data & Assessment Systems Manager/Exams Office
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Data & Assessment Systems Manager/Exams Office

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Unsworth Academy


Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
12 January 2018

Job overview

Mission Statement:

To work together to inspire and challenge our learners to achieve excellence
This mission statement is summed up in our motto:-

Vision: Outstanding in everything we do

This is a permanent full time post required from February 2017

Post Hours: 37 hours per week (leave to be taken during school closure
Post Grade: 11 (SCP 34-36) 
Salary:          £30153-31601 per annum

Immediately responsible to the Assistant Headteacher

Castlebrook High School is a rapidly improving school, with a clear ambition for its future: it will be second to none.  The Academy Principal, Senior Leadership Team, academy councillors and staff are committed to securing outstanding in all areas of school life and the best possible outcomes and life chances for all learners. 

Successful applicants must be able to:

  • Provide a strategic lead on the collection of analysis and data
  • Create, manage and develop data systems for pupil tracking and target setting information including DataSec and SISRA
  • Line manage the Data & Exam Assistant and invigilation team
  • Give regular presentations to the Senior Leadership Team and all staff on the significance of the data
  • Be responsible for the training and support of all staff on Data Systems
  • Be responsible for keeping all staff updated with any key developments in aspects of tracking, monitoring and assessments
  • Lead in all aspects of Examination Administration including responsibility for budgets
  • Create reports for key stakeholders  
  • Be a dedicated team player who can develop excellent relationships with learners and colleagues
  • Fully support and at all times uphold the policies and positive ethos of the school and the Shaw Education Trust
  • Be willing to commit to participating in staff CPD opportunities

Application forms are downloadable from this website.   Comprehensive information about our school is available on the school website www.castlebrookhighschool.co.uk

Closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 12th January 2018
Interviews are scheduled to take place on Monday 22nd January 2018

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. 
Appointment to this post will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service and other recruitment checks.
The school is committed to the ongoing professional development of all its employees.

Parr Lane, Unsworth, Bury BL9 8LP
Tel:  0161 796 9820   Fax:  0161 796 3380 
email:  castlebrook@bury.gov.uk 
Web:  www.castlebrookhighschool.co.uk
Academy Principal:  Mrs S. Armstrong BA (Hons), NPQH

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About Unsworth Academy

Unsworth Academy is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school in Lancashire, serving students from the age of 11-16. The secondary school, situated in Bury has approximately 958 students on record.

Academy Principal

Mr A Fair

Values and vision

Unsworth Academy’s vision is to inspire learners to achieve their full potential and succeed in all that they do, with the motto: “Inspire, Challenge, Excel.” The secondary school has three core values: respect, pride and ambition, and hopes that by following these, everyone at the school will go on to have a successful and fulfilling life. The school believes in working together as a community to ensure that its goals are met. Students are encouraged to take part in extra-curricular activities to gain additional learning experiences outside of the classroom and gain further knowledge and confidence. These range from after school clubs and trips to an active Student Council, where leadership and teamwork skills are practiced. The school also encourages students to become active citizens of the community through organising charity and fundraising events.


“Leaders and the overwhelming majority of staff are committed to the school and determined to raise standards. Pupils are given a voice at this school. The work of the student council is contributing to the improvements in teaching, learning and the school environment.”

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Applications closed