Permanent Post, 37 hours per week, Term Time plus 2 weeks holiday working
Monday to Thursday: 8.30am to 4.30pm, Friday: 8.30am to 4pm (including ½ hour unpaid lunch break)
We are looking to appoint an outstanding candidate to join the support services team providing administrative assistance to all Heads of Department and Assistant Heads. You should have experience of all aspects of administrative work including excellent IT skills. The ability to be part of and organise a team as well as to work using your own initiative is essential. You will need to be flexible in your work in terms of problem solving, prioritising and building good relationships with staff. You must be able to work under pressure and demonstrate confidentiality. Previous experience of working in a school environment is highly desirable.
The school is situated on an attractive 35-acre site in the Green Belt, has excellent facilities and is committed to an extensive programme of staff development. Central London is easily reached by rail from Potters Bar and the school is close to motorway links
The Governing Body is committed to admitting the children of staff in line with our admissions procedures.
Please note there is no scope for this position to be part time.
Please download our Support Staff application form from our website to make your application. Please note that applications cannot be considered unless the application is completed in full. We are not able to accept CVs for any posts based in school.
To apply, please email your completed application forms together with a covering letter stating why you are well placed to take this position at our school to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Noon, Friday 17th December 2021
Interview date: To be arranged
We reserve the right to make an appointment before the closing date, so early applications are encouraged.
Dame Alice Owen’s School is a mixed, part selective secondary school with over 1,430 registered pupils and a vibrant and highly successful Sixth Form.
Our school was founded over 400 years ago by Dame Alice Owen, a remarkable philanthropist wit...