37 hours a week, all year round
£26,470 - £30,756 per annum
Closing Date: 21 June 2018 at midnight
Interviews: w/c 25 June 2018
Weston Favell requires an exceptional Data Manager to provide technical direction, advice and leadership for data related services at this large academy.
The role represents an excellent opportunity for a data expert to join our team. Reporting directly into the Principal, Lorna Leventhal, you will be responsible for all aspects of data across the academy. This will include liaising with various senior leaders as well as managing a small data team. You will use your expert analytical, planning and leadership skills to develop data systems which enable the leadership team to effectively manage the academy and improve outcomes for pupils.
· Have extensive experience and knowledge of data analysis and the ability to present data to a range of stakeholders
· Have an excellent understanding of Microsoft packages especially excel
· Be skilful in the use of the SIMS Management Information System
· Have first class communication skills
· Be able to effectively lead, motivate and work as part of a team
· Play a key role in the use of data and systems to support with strategic decisions
· Have an understanding of curriculum, timetabling and Nova T6
The Weston Favell Academy aims to ensure that every pupil receives the best education possible in a positive and calm learning environment enabling self and mutual respect to develop. The academy which is supported by Greenwood Academies Trust (GAT), has made substantial improvements in achievement, teaching, behaviour and leadership.
We can offer a fantastic working environment and extensive benefits for staff including a generous pension scheme, no claims bonus protection scheme, tax efficient child care vouchers, continuous CPD and opportunities for career progression. Continuous service will be honoured for candidates moving from local authorities.
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