HR & Compliance Officer

Manor House SchoolSurrey

Reporting to

The HR & Compliance Officer is a member of the non-teaching staff, who reports to the Bursar. This is a standalone position, which includes Health & Safety (H&S) and some elements of Data Management, in addition to HR & Compliance. The HR & Compliance Officer contributes to the broader work of the Administrative Support Team.


Monday to Friday 8am-4pm (30 minutes for lunch), 52 weeks per annum with 5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays.

Job Purpose 

The appointment of the HR & Compliance Officer is pivotal to the success of the School. 

The post-holder will need to have the knowledge, confidence, and skill to lead, influence and advise staff at all levels in matters of HR, Compliance, H&S and Data Protection.  The incumbent must be a credible HR professional who is comfortable with the wider, more general responsibilities incumbent on a senior member of staff in an educational organisation.  

The post offers a considerable opportunity to play a major role in the School’s future development and the key responsibilities in this job description are indicative rather than exhaustive. Please see the attached pack for further details.

Manor House School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people for which all staff share responsibility.   We have an extensive policy regarding safer recruitment practices which ensures those unsuitable for working with children are identified at the initial stages.  All staff in regulated activity with pupils are subject to the standard pre-employment checks including an enhanced DBS check.  

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