Pay: £16,500 – £18,000 per annum
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week, 38 weeks plus 6 days of the year
At Oakwood Court College we are undertaking some changes to our structures and processes to better position ourselves to meet the needs of the learners and our communities. As a result we are now seeking a Data, Exams and Assessment Officer.
As a key member of the College Support team, you will be responsible for assuring the quality of the Colleges performance and our compliance with stakeholders such as local authorities, funding and awarding bodies.You will work with Senior leaders and curriculum staff to ensure that we accurately monitor our performance through the development and utilisation of new and existing systems and lead our compliance with examination and assessment processes.
- Lead on the Colleges exams and assessment strategy under the guidance of the Head of Admissions, funding and MIS.
- Monitor and evaluate the quality of the College’s provision and specifically develop and maintain systems that track and evidence the progress our learners make.
Qualifications and Skills
- Literacy and numeracy qualifications at least Level 2
- Experience of project managing or leading management information data
- Excellent IT skills and understanding of Microsoft Office
Not only will you have the privilege of working with wonderful children and fantastic colleagues, as part of Phoenix Learning and Care Group you will be entitled to the following benefits:
- Employee Pension Scheme
- Retail/High-street Shopping Vouchers including childcare vouchers
- Fully Paid Holiday allowance
- 24 hour help and support for you and your family through our Employee Assistance Scheme
- Fully paid classroom based induction with extensive ongoing face to face training programs
- Aid in obtaining extra qualifications and upskilling
- Internal progression
- Professional and ongoing personal supervision process to provide you and your line manager with opportunities to reflect.
About Oakwood Court College:
Oakwood Court is a specialist independent College for young people aged 16-25 with a range of disabilities and primarily a diagnosis of autism, many of whom have additional disabilities. We were graded 2 (Good) by Ofsted in 2018 and are on a journey to Outstanding. We are entering a new phase at Oakwood, with a new senior team in place with ambitious plans for the future and a collective desire to become the College of choice for young people with SEND, with a particular specialism in developing communication and social skills through a therapeutically informed approach.
How to Apply:
Successful applicants will be subject to pre-employment safeguarding checks including an enhanced disclosure and barring service (DBS) check.