Assessment and Data Officer
required for September 2017
ATP&C Salary Scale SO1/2, points 29-34
(Actual Salary £25,354 - £29,182, depending on experience)
Term time + 15 days (5 INSET days, 5 days to be worked during summer break and 5 days during school closure as directed by the line manager)
Stanley Park High is a flourishing and vibrant community school for students of all abilities, housed in a state of the art building with facilities that fully meet the demands of learning in the 21st Century. We retain an absolute focus on our belief that excellent relationships are vital to achieving effective learning and we are a Lead School for Human Scale Education.
The School was awarded ‘Secondary School of the Year’ by the TES in 2016 and in November 2015 we received Ofsted recognition for our commitment to a student-centred school, with inspectors grading our school 'good' with personal development, behaviour and welfare of students rated ‘outstanding’. The report described us as "innovative and imaginative where pupils are very successfully prepared for their future lives." Inspectors also noted that "practically all students respond to the school’s motto of ‘Igniting a Passion for Learning’. This is done by blending positive relationships, in small class sizes, with an exciting curriculum.
We are seeking a highly organised and motivated individual to be responsible for the effective management of our Student Data and Assessment systems. This post has the responsibility for ensuring current accurate data is available at all times, taking charge of the schools assessment and reporting procedures including benchmarking, target setting and reporting to parents.
The successful candidate will have excellent statistical and analytical skills and be highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and SIMS. Experience in the use of SIMS Data Analysis is essential. Experience in the use of 4 Matrix is desirable. Previous experience of working in an academic environment is desirable however we feel this post could be ideally suited to a post graduate.
Hours: The normal hours of duty will be 36 hours per week; typically the working pattern will be similar to below, although it may be necessary to vary this pattern on certain occasions during the year:
Monday 08:15 – 16:10
Tuesday 08:15 – 16:10
Wednesday 08:15 – 16:10
Thursday 08:15 – 15:55
Friday 08:15 – 16:10
The above hours include a daily unpaid lunch break of 40 minutes.
Probationary Period: New employees to the school will be required to satisfactorily complete a six-month probationary period of service.
If you are interested in applying for this role, please visit our website www.stanleyparkhigh.org.uk for information and application documents.
Our preferred method of application is by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for receipt of applications: 17 August 2017
Interviews to be held: 4 September 2017
Stanley Park High is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to satisfactory references, medical clearance and enhanced checks carried out by the Disclosure and Barring Service.