Regional Data Manager, Camden

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Start date: As soon as possible
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: £30,000 - £38,000 (depending on experience) + 11% pension contribution
Contract term: Temporary

Shortlisting: Shortlisted candidates will be notified by Wednesday 24 January 2018

Interviews: Wednesday 31 January 2018

Ark Schools prides itself on having a sector-leading approach to information systems and data analysis. With 36 schools currently open and several more under development, we are looking to appoint an experienced, well-organised, enthusiastic and highly effective Data Manager to work across a number of our schools.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the collection, organisation, input, analysis, presentation and distribution of data relating to pupil attainment and progress. Bespoke training will also be provided on how to support a range of data tools, cutting edge visualisation tools, and other powerful analytics tools that have been developed in-house.

This is a fantastic opportunity, for an enthusiastic and ambitious IT graduate or an existing Data Manager looking to grow in their career, to join our talented data and systems team.

Location: London & Hasting, with some travel to Ark Schools in other parts of the UK

Accountable to: Head of Data & Systems, Principals and Regional Directors

Apply: https://goo.gl/DVqi9u



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Telephone: +44 20 3116 6345
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Ark is an international charity, transforming lives through education. 

We have a network of 35 schools across Birmingham, Hastings, London and Portsmouth. Our schools are all non-selective and in areas where they can make the biggest difference...