Exams Officer, Wokingham

Closing date:Expiring soon

Bohunt School WokinghamWokingham

Date posted:
Start date: As soon as possible
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: Upto £23, 411 FTE per annum (£21,430 actual) depending upon skills and experience
Contract term: Permanent

37.5 hours per week, term time, plus INSETS,plus 3 weeks (42 weeks)

Location:  Bohunt School, Wokingham

Contract type:  Full Time, Permanent 

Would you like to be part of a new school?

Bohunt School Wokingham (BSW) is looking to appoint highly motivated, dynamic and innovative individuals with the desire to be part of a brand new school; to help shape, open and ensure the success of our new-build secondary school. The school opened in September 2016 with Year 7, growing to a roll of 1200 students, aged 11-16, by September 2020, with a final phase addition of a sixth form of up to 300 to follow. 

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to play an active part of the development and direction of the school as it grows, with rich opportunities for professional and career development both within the school and across the wider Academy Trust. Interest in the new school has been high. We are heavily oversubscribed and as a new and growing school, this represents a unique opportunity.

Ideally we are seeking to appoint an experienced, well-qualified, and highly motivated Exams Officer. You will be responsible for the efficient and effective running of the administration of all internal and external examinations within school, including liaising with staff, students, invigilators and examination boards. 

In addition to this you will work closely as part of a team with the SIMS and student data manager and assist in analysis of a range of data across the school. Working as part of a team is a crucial aspect of the role within many different departments, so you must have a flexible attitude to react to different situations throughout the school day and the ability to use your own initiative within the learning environment.

Exams Officer Role

• To ensure that Curriculum Leaders and the Senior Leadership Group are kept informed of all correspondence / publications of a general or specific nature which are received from the Examination Boards.

• To act as liaison between Curriculum Leaders and Awarding Boards over syllabus requirements, results queries, issues relating to individual needs of students.

• To develop and operate systems which will ensure the accurate collection, collation and checking of external examination entries.

• To ensure that all examination entries and amendments, where necessary, are submitted in the appropriate format and by the required deadlines. To maintain all associated records.

• To issue individual timetables to pupils when entries are confirmed.

• To plan the use of rooms/ equipment/ resources in response to the regulations / requirements of the Examination Boards.

• Manage, train and direct a team of Invigilators, ensuring adequate staffing in-line with Awarding Board regulations.

• To monitor spending on examination entries and provide regular reports to the Senior Leadership Group.

• To represent the school at such meetings as may from time to time be called for Examination Officers.

• Manage secure storage of papers, adequate stocks of materials and prompt return for assessment.

• Organise the dissemination and collection of question and answer papers.

• Produce / compile an attendance register. 

• Manage seating arrangements ensuring seating is conducive to fair testing.

• Manage pupil behaviour before, during and on exit from the examination room.

• Ensure compliance with instructions and examination conditions.

Additional Responsibilities

• Be involved in curricular activities, (e.g. assemblies, open days, presentation evenings).

• Assist with reports, data entry and analysis

• Use of SIMS and other data packages to collect and export student data

• Attend staff and group meetings and training sessions as required.

• Report pupil and school issues in line with the School's policies for health and safety, child protection and behaviour management.

• Attend staff and group meetings and training sessions as required.

• To undertake break time duties as directed.

• To undertake any other task commensurate with this role.

• Be an active member of a school house

The South of England based Bohunt Educational Trust has evolved from Bohunt School in Hampshire, which is rated Outstanding in every category by Ofsted and the Times Educational Supplement School of the Year 2014.   BET's educational philosophy is encapsulated by three short verbs: Enjoy, Respect and Achieve. 

Potential candidates are advised to apply as early as possible or make informal enquiries for more information to: head@bohuntwokingham.com.

Candidates are also welcome to visit to discuss the role and gain a sense of our educational ethos and culture. 

We are likely to conduct interviews following applications as they are received.

Bohunt School Wokingham is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young students and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will need to undertake an Enhanced DBS check.



More about Bohunt School Wokingham
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Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 16 years
Address: Sheerlands Road, Arborfield, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG2 9GB, United Kingdom. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 118 9076237
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Thank you for your interest in joining us at Bohunt School Wokingham.   Bohunt Education Trust (BET) is a dynamic learning community whose ethos is encapsulated by three simple words: enjoy, respect and achieve. We are really excited about ...