The Active Learning Trust wishes to appoint a strong and enthusiastic data manager. Working out of our Trust central office in the Isle of Ely Primary School in Ely, but also working on site at schools as required, you will become part of the small central team supporting our Trust which has 20 schools across the East of England.
This is a key new role in our growing Multi-Academy Trust where you will play a pivotal role in the organisation, control and analysis of data. You will oversee the collection reporting and analysis of our data and clearly advise senior leaders on its meaning in order to support our school- improvement and central trust data obligations and projects and statutory returns.
Can you help us in this important work?
Work from our small central team and in day- to- day liaison with staff in schools to ensure the secure, accurate and timely collection and reporting on pupil performance and other data sets and statistical returns affecting all aspects of the Trusts work.
A first class information systems manager with a knowledge of the importance of data management and the control in a knowledge base which can drive formal compliance and the understanding of pupil outcomes, - ideally in the education and school- improvement sector. You might have done similar work in the past and would relish the opportunity to work in this new environment.
A reputation as a well- regarded, calm and efficient colleague who can use the presentation of information in ways to promote a deeper understanding of issues, standards and trends.
To show your skills as an indispensable part of the Trust’s support team so that we gain a full and deep level understanding of our data and what it is telling us. You are someone who has the tenacity and understanding to capture and then present information using state of the art data collection systems.
Your stuff when it comes to organising information and data. You have the tenacity and self-discipline to get it right.
This role will be based on full time working. Salary is expected to be up to £33k for the ideal candidate. The Trust offers a generous annual leave entitlement and membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme.
How to Apply. To obtain a Job Description and application form please contact; - Siobhan.Gaskins (Siobhan.firstname.lastname@example.org) 01 223 728394 to whom application forms should be returned. Closing date for applications is 24 November with interviews taking place shortly thereafter.
The Trust is an Equal Opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from people of all races, nationalities and ethnicities.