Do you want to work in a forward-looking and successful 11-18 Church of England High School?
Required as soon as possible: The Governors wish to appoint an enthusiastic, confident Business & Finance Manager to be part of our Senior Leadership Team, playing a pivotal role and making a real impact on the outcomes of our pupils. The post holder will be responsible for the strategic development and management of finance, Personnel, Premises, Health & Safety, IT and Marketing alongside the Headteacher, Senior Leadership Team and Governing Body. The exceptional candidate candidate will have a positive and flexible approach while managing a diverse and demanding workload and be highly motivated, enthusiastic, analytical and innovative. They will also need:
o Recognised Management/Business degree or equivalent related professional qualification.
o To have successful leadership and management experience.
o Excellent organisation, administration, record keeping and presentation skills and an eye for detail.
o Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate clearly and effectively at all levels.
o Be an effective team member who will motivate and inspire others and help shape the SBM role.
o Experience of working in a school setting is also desirable.
In return we can offer:
o A hardworking and committed team of staff
o Well motivated pupils and supportive parents
o A distinctive Christian ethos
o A new school building with excellent facilities, built under the Priority Schools’ Building Programme
Applications are invited from candidates able to uphold the Christian ethos of the school. The post is covered by the Protection of Children Act and is therefore subject to an enhanced DBS check. Information pack available from the school website: www.deanery.wigan.sch.uk
Completed applications should be returned to: Mrs Tracy Wogan, HR & Admin Manager
T: 01942 486301 E: email@example.com.
Closing date: 4th September 2017 (12 noon)
o The progress made by the majority of pupils currently in the school is improving strongly and rapidly. Their progress is now good.
o Teaching is good. Teachers are knowledgeable about their subjects and most provide suitable stretch and challenge for pupils.
o Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They take pride in their work and behave well in lessons and at social times.