Receptionist, Croydon

Closing date:

Archbishop Tenison's CofE High SchoolCroydon

Date posted:
Start date: as soon as possible after 1st September
Contract type: Part Time
Salary: NJC Scales Grade 1c, £18,105 to £18,357 pro rata
Contract term: Permanent

Afternoon Receptionist 

Salary:  NJC Grade 1c: Points 9 to 11  

£18,105 - £18,357 pro rata (Actual £11,622 - £11,783)

Job term: Term time only (including staff training days) plus 10 days

Hours:   25 hours per week, 12.45 to 5.45 pm Monday to Friday

The Governors wish to appoint an afternoon Receptionist to work from 12.45pm to 5.45pm Monday to Friday. The key role is to oversee the reception area dealing with telephone calls and visitors in a professional friendly manner; receiving and passing on accurate messages and being the initial point of contact and representative of the School.

Candidates must have good organisational and communication skills and will be expected to be computer literate using Word, Excel and Outlook.  

We are an 11-18 Church of England mixed comprehensive 

799 pupils (6th Form: 238) 

2016 GCSE – Progress 8 +0.25; E-Bacc 41%; C+ English & Maths: 68%

Please contact the school or visit the school website for further details and an application form

Closing date: Thursday 31st August

Interviews: tbc

Commencing:  as soon as possible

Archbishop Tenison's is an equal opportunities employer and committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  Enhanced DBS check required

VISITS WELCOME - please contact Mrs Rathbone, Heads PA

For full details on this role and to apply online please visit www.archten.croydon.sch.uk

Application pack – downloads




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More about Archbishop Tenison's CofE High School
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Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Voluntary Aided
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 11 - 18 years
Denomination: Church of England
Address: Selborne Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 5JQ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 20 8688 4014
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The School 

In 1714 the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Tenison, founded a school for some "ten poor boys and ten poor girls" on a site which has since become Croydon's popular Whitgift Shopping Centre. 299 years and three sites later, as ...