Receptionist – Part Time (Job Share)
To start October/November 2017
17 hours per week 8am – 5.00pm Thursday and Fridays with ½ hour for lunch, the office is open 9 – 4pm in the school holidays
£9,918 per annum (based on 17 hours per week, full year)
Based in the front office at Churcher’s College Senior School, the Receptionist is at the nerve centre of the School, dealing with all incoming messages by telephone, email, receiving visitors to the School and handling all incoming and outgoing mail.
This role assists staff, parents and pupils on a daily basis, therefore the successful applicant will already possess excellent communication skills and telephone manner, with strong administrative and IT skills.
As our Receptionist, you will:
Welcome all visitors to the school, as well as assist with all enquiries/queries from parents, pupils and visitors and other ad hoc duties as directed by the Headmaster’s PA.
Skills and Experience
· An excellent standard of literacy and numeracy.
· Previous experience of working in a school is preferred but not essential.
· Computer literate and proficient in all Microsoft packages and ideally have used a school database system.
· Previous experience of working in a busy reception/office is preferred.
· Experience of operating a telephone system
· General secretarial and administrative experience.
Please send CV and application form (available on the website http://www.churcherscollege.com/Job-Vacancies ) to Nicci Kilpatrick, HR Officer, Churcher’s College. Ramshill, Petersfield, Hampshire GU31 4AS, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: 12 noon Monday 25 September 2017
In order to comply with the Children’s Act, all staff appointed to positions at Churcher’s College must undergo an enhanced DBS criminal records check. A copy of the school policy on DBS is available on request. Two written references will be required and any gaps in employment records will be investigated. It is also necessary for all staff to notify the Headmaster before the appointment of any convictions or other factors which may be relevant to their employment in a school environment.