Consideration will be given to a request for flexible working pro-rata (term time only plus two weeks for exam results) .
Are you looking for a fresh challenge in a newly created role? Are you excited to lead a range of staff in developing their usage of data systems? Do you want to work in an excellent environment with strong traditions and values?
This role is an essential component in our Raising Standards Network. We are looking for a Data and Impact Analyst who will regularly extract, manipulate and analyse data in order for middle and senior leaders to provide relevant and appropriate support, intervention and enrichment to pupils and students at all key stages.
The successful candidate will be responsible for administering and producing accurate and timely reports containing key data from across all Years 7 to Year 13. By using specific and sophisticated software including SIMS, 4 Matrix, Sig+, ALPS and/or other systems, the Data and Impact Analyst will produce data analysis reports for the school’s Leadership Group and Governing Body.
The post holder will ensure that data is presented in a manner suitable for all users so that they may in turn improve pupil progress and outcomes (including individuals, and specific groups such as FSM, EAL, SEND). This post holder will be instrumental in supporting data users throughout the school. The successful candidate should have highly proficient analytical skills with an ability to produce and develop clear, concise, accurate progress reports for all year groups in order to raise standards of teacher, subject, department and pupil performance.
We are looking for someone who takes initiative, is able to work under pressure with a wide range of people in a dynamic and exciting secondary school context. We believe in developing our staff and have an energetic and supportive staff team and an effective CPD programme. We welcome applications from experienced data analysts ideally with previous experience in a school setting.
Westminster City School is a successful 11-18 boys’ Christian non-denominational comprehensive academy with a mixed Sixth Form. Ours is a lively and vibrant learning community situated in the heart of central London with all the challenges and advantages of an inner city school.
“The newly introduced Years 9 to 11 curriculum is outstanding because it is well tailored to students’ capabilities and has had a dramatic impact on raising their achievement”. OFSTED 2013
2017 A Level Results
32% A* / A 66% A* - B Overall ALPS Score 3 2017
77% 4+ in GCSE Mathematics 74% 4+ in GCSE English 22% of all grades were A*/A (or equivalent)
The school was judged as ‘Good’ by Ofsted in early 2013 with an outstanding curriculum and governance and judged ‘Good’ again in 2017. We are not complacent and are pro-active in our ambition to become recognised as an “Outstanding” school and standards have improved considerably since that judgement.
You, like us, will share our belief in the highest standards of academic attainment in a comprehensive setting. We are therefore seeking to recruit a professional and highly skilled data analyst to specifically focus on improving and developing progress and achievement in Key Stage 3 and across Key Stage 4 and 5.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will need to undertake a criminal record check via the DBS.
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Applications close at 9.00 am on 18th October 2017
Interview will take place on 20th October from 9.00am