Attendance Officer and Administrator
Required from February 2018
Term Time: 37 hours per week, plus 37 negotiated hours
7.45am-3.45pm Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and Friday
Kent Scheme Salaries Range 4: £16,968-£17,826 per annum pro rata
(Equating to £14,318-£15,042 per annum)
We are seeking an enthusiastic, dynamic and efficient Attendance Officer and Administrator to join our team of committed professionals. The successful candidate act as the school’s Attendance Officer and will provide a range of reception and administrative duties for the school.
Strong IT skills are essential and a knowledge of SIMS (Schools Information Management System). Previous administration and receptionist experience in a busy front desk/switchboard role is highly desirable and experience of working in a school environment would be an advantage. Candidates should have a confident, helpful and professional manner.
Applicants will show a commitment to support the ethos of the school and an ability to implement its policies, including Safeguarding, Child Protection, Equal Opportunities and Health and Safety.
Maidstone Grammar School for Girls is a very successful selective girls’ school of over 1200 students with a mixed sixth form of approximately 320. The post offers the opportunity to work with intellectually able young people in a supportive and friendly environment. Staff benefits include strong support for professional development, as well as healthcare scheme.
“Maidstone Grammar School for Girls is an outstanding school” (Ofsted)
Full details and an application pack are available from the school’s website www.mggs.org Applicants should complete the KCC application form and email, along with covering letter, to the Headteacher’s PA. If you require any additional information please contact Ms Starns, PA to the Headteacher via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications welcomed immediately
Closing Date: 8am on Tuesday, 16th January 2018
Interviews: Friday, 19th January 2018
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.