Data Manager, Wiltshire

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Notton House AcademyWiltshire
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Start date: as soon as possible
Contract type: Part Time / Full Time
Salary: Bristol Grade 8 £20,661 to £22,658 pro rata
Contract term: Permanent
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

We are looking to appoint a Data Manager as soon as possible.  The Data Manager should ideally have previous experience of working in a school, data management and the examination process via SIMS (School Information Management System).   The post holder should be organised, motivated and have excellent statistical and analytical skills. The post holder will also be responsible for ensuring accurate data is available and will work with the Senior Leadership Team regarding the school's assessment and reporting process.   Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please contact the Bursar if you would like to arrange a visit.  The salary will be £20,661 to £22,658 pro rata, 37 hours per week term time only.

We are a term-time residential provision catering for boys, aged from 8-18 years, with challenging behaviour. This behaviour may be as a result of ‘Social, Emotional and Mental Health’ (SEMH), severe ‘Attachment Disorders’ and/or Autisic Spectrum Condition.  Our experienced staff provide specialist support in all areas of learning from the National Curriculum to personal and social development. We have a range of quality facilities promoting safe and stimulating learning, including a separate Lower School (8-12 year olds), Sports Hall, Technology Suite, Science Laboratory, ICT Suite, Art base, large outdoor areas and individual support bases.  We provide the opportunity for the young people to access a wide range of accreditation courses from Entry Level to GCSE to BTEC. At post 16 years we offer individualised bridging programmes based in their local community geared towards Further Education, work and greater independence. This positive journey towards being more confident and independent is mirrored in the care areas which offer ‘independent living houses’ for KS4 and 5 students.  Under the guidance of the teaching staff, provide direct support for the learning of individual children or groups of children, including those with special needs, to achieve defined progression targets in a child’s individual Education Health Care plan and in class plans.

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