Student Welfare Administrative Assistant
Job title: Student Welfare Administrative Assistant
Salary: Band 2, Points 11-14 (£14,460.95 - £15,352.01 per annum pro rata)
Hours: 37 hours per week, 42 weeks per year (term time + inset days + 3 weeks during the holiday period)
Our client is part of an academy Trust. This is a small academy Trust based in the South East of England. The Trust consists of three Hubs, with a total of 9 schools. Our client is part of one of these Hubs, based in CM24.
They are currently recruiting for a Student Welfare Administrative Assistant
Student Welfare Administrative Assistant: Purpose of the Job
To provide an effective and efficient clerical, attendance, First Aid and welfare support to the school. To provide a helpful, supportive and friendly service to students, visitors, staff and parents and to carry their various administrative tasks. The post requires flexibility and the ability to work well as part of a team.
- To be the first point of contact for both telephone and face-to-face enquiries and take messages where appropriate.
- To be the first point of contact on mornings from 7.30am to 8.00am to cover first entrants to the school and sign them in.
- To accept and sign for deliveries.
- To undertake filing, photocopying and reprographic work as required.
- To receive and deal with enquiries from parents, staff and pupils both over the telephone and in person.
- To greet visitors to the school and liaise with appropriate staff.
- To ensure school security arrangements are always complied with, including the issue of visitor's badges and signing of the visitor's book
- To provide hospitality for visitors as and when required.
- To keep parents informed/requests to phone home.
- To ensure security procedures are adhered, issuing badges and ensuring visitors sign in and out.
Knowledge, Skills and Qualifications required
- Ability to demonstrate a good level of general education to GCSE standard in Mathematics and English or equivalent
- Successful recent experience working with children in a school environment
- Successful experience of working in an office environment
- Ability to use a range of office equipment (e.g. photocopier, Computer, telephone system, franking machine etc)
- Good key board skills
- Good working knowledge of Microsoft applications e.g. excel, word, Powerpoint, publisher etc
How to apply
To apply for the Student Welfare Administrator vacancy please click apply and upload your most up to date CV.
Our client is committed to equal opportunities, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment.