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Human Resources & Payroll Officer PA to the staff member (Deputy Principal) in charge of Appraisal & Continuing Professional Development
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Human Resources & Payroll Officer PA to the staff member (Deputy Principal) in charge of Appraisal & Continuing Professional Development

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Burntwood - An Academy for Girls


  • Expiring soon
Salary £26,865 – £28,440 per annum
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
28 September 2017

Job description

Applications are invited for an experienced human resources specialist with strong administrative skills to provide support for the HR & Office Manager including aspects of HR administration, recruitment and payroll functions within a multi-academy environment. They will also provide a personal and confidential service for the Deputy Principal in charge of Continuing Professional Development.

The successful candidate must be confident and have the ability, knowledge and qualifications to meet the challenges associated with this varied and evolving role.

Burntwood is a popular, highly successful, multi-cultural school. We put equality, safeguarding and inclusion at the heart of our ethos. Burntwood has a strong corporate identity, characterised by our firm commitment to the UNICEF Convention on the Rights of the Child.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to pass an enhanced DBS check.

For further details and an application form, please visit our website: www.burntwoodschool.com  

or contact the school by email:


Completed applications should be returned to Burntwood School either by email or post. Closing date for receipt of applications, Friday 29 September 2017 at 1pm.

About Burntwood - An Academy for Girls

Burntwood is a highly successful academy for girls.  We are an 11-19 comprehensive school with 1800 students, of whom 400 are in our mixed Sixth Form.  Many of our students progress to our Sixth Form and the vast majority then on to university and higher education. 

Burntwood was rated as “Good” by OFSTED at our last Inspection in May 2016 and we are very proud to be one of only two secondary schools in London (and one of only 16 secondary schools in the United Kingdom) to have been awarded the highest level of the UNICEF Rights Respecting School Award: Level 2.  We also have Artsmark Gold, Sportsmark and Healthy Schools status.  

We work closely with Imperial College and other higher education providers to offer CPD for a variety of primary and secondary schools, and have been awarded the Professional Development Gold Quality Mark by the Institute of Education to reflect our commitment to developing staff professionally. 

At Burntwood, staff work in a harmonious atmosphere with students who get on well together and happily respect each other’s cultural backgrounds.  They openly acknowledge and celebrate their different abilities and talents.  Students enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular activities including choir, orchestra, shows and sporting activities. 

Burntwood has recently been rebuilt and we are proud of our new state of the art learning environment which is fully equipped to enable us to continue to deliver an excellent education to our students and the wider community.  The quality of the design of the School led to it winning the prestigious Stirling Prize for 2015. 

As a member of Burntwood’s staff you would join a team of dynamic and committed professionals.

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