SIMS/Data Manager

37 hours a week, term time plus 1 week.

G6  (SCP 14-20)  £22,462 – £25,295

Many thanks for your interest in the above post.  I hope you find the enclosed information useful in making a decision about your application to Shevington High School.

This is a highly successful School, which is totally inclusive.  We pride ourselves on the delivery of high quality teaching, which enables all of our pupils to learn effectively.  All of our staff, both teaching and support, are valued and respected as true professionals.

We are looking to appoint a full time SIMS/ Data Manager to look after our student data.

They will work closely with the teaching and support staff to ensure that all data input is accurate and records are kept securely and confidentially. They will produce and analyse reports and spreadsheets as and when required, as well as being responsible for the termly census.

The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator, able to work alone and as part of a team and be proficient in the MS Office Suite, with particularly strong Excel skills, and willing to assist in main school administration where needed.

Experience of working in a school environment, and extensive use of SIMS, will be an advantage, but training can be provided for the right candidate.

The closing date is 31 May 2019 and interviews will take place w/c 10 June 2019

Data Manager Job Description. 2019

DBS Application Form Support Staff 

Description of School 2019

Inspection Report

School Workforce Privacy Notice

 


Learning Support Assistant

 30 hours per week term time only

Required from: September 2019

Salary:   G3 (10-15)

£16,863 -£18,072 pro rata

 

Due to increase in pupil numbers we are seeking to appoint 2 Learning Support Assistants for September 2019.

This is a highly successful School, which is totally inclusive.  We pride ourselves on the delivery of high quality teaching, which enables all of our pupils to learn effectively.  All of our staff, both teaching and associate, are valued and respected as true professionals.

The post holders will provide support to teaching staff and students, overseeing access to learning and support programmes and to assist the teacher in the management of pupils.

The successful candidates will provide support for SEND pupils providing particular help for those students with learning difficulties and/or behavioural, social or physical disabilities and may be required to supervise whole classes when required in the short term absence of a teacher.  Experience as a teaching assistant of caring background would be beneficial.

As an employer we offer a range of benefits including a staff rewards programme (offering retail/holiday discounts), cycle to work scheme, Employee Assistance Programme (a 24 hour confidential advice and support service) and access to ongoing CPD.

All applications to be sent to Lisa Thompson lthompson@shevingtonhigh.org.uk  or posted to the school for the attention of Lisa Thompson

Please do not hesitate to contact the school if you require further information and I look forward to receiving your application.

The closing date is 25th May  2019 and interviews will take place 10 June 2019

Description of School 2019

Learning Support Assistant Job Description

School Workforce Privacy Notice

DBS Application Form Support Staff