Primary Advantage Federation - Governance Manager
We are a group of schools working together because we believe our schools can gain many benefits from working collaboratively.
Primary Advantage is governance through a Federation structure, working to the School Governance (Federation) Regulations. As a large federation working across eight schools, getting our governance right is crucial to the success of organisation and ability of Central Governing Board (CGB) to discharge responsibilities and have a clear line of sight into our schools.
The role of Governance Manager is a newly created post. The Governance Manager will be fundamental to ensure that Federation is compliant with all governance legislation and leads on maximising the potential of our governance arrangements. The Manager will act as the bedrock for our all the Federation’s governance delivery. The Governance Manager will provide core proactive clerking support to our CGB, Business Committee (BC), Scrutiny Committee (SC) and Local Advisory Boards (LABs). More than this, the post holder will also contribute to the effectiveness of key decision-makers within the organisation by overseeing the governance framework, meeting all compliance and regulatory requirements and providing advisory support to governance stakeholders. The role involves regular evening meetings.
Through developing and delivering a tailored governance model for Primary Advantage, the Governance Manager will enable our governance structures to fully meet the evolving needs of our organisation whilst demonstrating best practice in Federation governance.
The role requires self-motivated, approachable and organised individual to lead and manage governance administration, in addition to providing expertise on legislation to support, develop and shape the future of the federation.
To view or download our application pack, please visit www.primaryadvantage.co.uk/recruitment. For vacancy enquiries, please contact our Admin & Data Officer, Venessa Williams at email@example.com.
Start date: November 2017
Hours: Approximately 603 hours a year in term time (roughly 3 days a week), any additional hours will be paid at the same rate
Closing date: Friday 13th October 2017
Interviews: Monday 16th October 2017
Scale: P01 £35,579 to £34,380 pro rata
Successful applicants will be required to apply for an enhanced criminal record check via DBS. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children and expect all members of staff to share this commitment.