About the role: The Leigh Academy have a fantastic opportunity and are seeking to appoint a Data, Assessment and Reporting Manager to join and lead team. Our successful candidate will be able to demonstrate prior management experience with sound knowledge of data processes within schools including comprehensive use of systems and reporting. The working basis of this role is 37 hours per week during Term Time, plus four additional weeks during inset/school holiday periods.
The main duties in this role include the following;
- To prepare reports using a wide range of data sources including the analysis of student achievement data to inform the Leadership Team in all aspects of school data management
- To manage and maintain up to date information on the Academy database
- To provide appropriate technical support to staff in using the software and interpreting information
- To lead the Data Team, line managing the Data Administrator.
For a more in-depth understanding of the day to day duties and responsibilities, please consult the Job Description by clicking here.
Working for The Leigh Academy: The Leigh Academy is a secondary school at the heart of the community and our small school model ensures that each and every student gets the personal support and challenge they need to reach their full potential. The Academy is divided into four Colleges: Brunel, Chaucer, Darwin and Da Vinci - each has their own personality and range of specialisms, allowing them to be unique. Overall, the academy is a dynamic and exciting place to work and the fantastic Leadership Team are committed to making it a great place to work for staff at all stages in their careers. Our award winning building and facilities are modern, light and airy and the open learning plazas and classrooms built around a day-lit wintergarden give the academy a unique and special character.
Being part of Leigh Academies Trust: Being part of a successful multi-academy trust allows the academy to share best practice and collaborate with colleagues from a number of other schools in the local area. As part of the 'cluster' structure all of our academies are grouped together in key geographical area to enable them to be able to support each other and share resources. It also offers staff better access to career opportunities as the Trust is committed to developing and promoting from within wherever possible. For more information on working for the Trust please visit our careers pages. As part of the Trust, you will receive the support and guidance you require to excel in your role and be part of a team that is committed to delivering an outstanding educational experience to all students.
For more information on working for the Trust please visit our careers pages
Diversity at our core: As a Trust we are passionate about diversity and recognise that as individuals we all bring something unique to the role regardless of age, gender, race, beliefs or disabilities which is why we treat all of our people equally, without compromise.
The academy is committed to safeguarding children and successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check. Our commitment to safeguarding is underpinned by robust processes and checks which are in place across the Trust.