Are you a School Data Manager in London and looking to secure your next permanent job?
Hays Education are working exclusively with a school in the London Borough of Newham who are urgently looking for a School Data Manager with timetabling experience who can join their school from January 2021.
Duties and responsibilities
To develop the use of the School Information Management Systems (SIMS), setting up effective and efficient processes to collect and analyse data, to provide ongoing analysis of trends in assessment data and reporting findings to governors and SLT to enable them to put in place appropriate interventions.
To manage the administration and processing of all school data and regularly produce clear, concise, accurate information and analysis in-line with assessment points.
To quality assure the data and check for anomalies, carrying out data reconciliation where appropriate.
To report to the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) on the effectiveness of data collection and liaise with middle leaders regarding their checking of data input.
To manage assessment software (4 Matrix and Go4Schools) including the uploading of all pupil data after each assessment point and keeping systems up to date.
To review and monitor assessment data to identify outliers, gaps or inconsistencies and to report these to Head of Department (HODs), Heads of Year (HOYs), SLT and governors as appropriate.
To manage and maintain a complete whole school target setting process using FFT data
To liaise with HODs, Heads of House (HOHs), SEN and EAL to build specific tracking systems which support student progress
To provide reports as requested and ensure that all stakeholders have access to the data they need.
To manage communication and coordination with feeder primary schools and previous secondary schools to ensure that all relevant pupil data is passed on and stored appropriately.
To manage and submit required data to the DFE including the school census
To play a significant role in the school's developed use of the management information system (SIMS), including in relation to making the best use of resources and high quality staff training.
To act as the Data Protection Officer and manage appropriate permission levels and legal requirements for data protection in order to ensure the integrity of the Academy's information management systems
To undertake any necessary training and attend meetings where required.
To write the school timetable and produce the duty rotas each year. To manage all teaching groups and ensure that in year timetable changes are made as required
Prepare a new academic year calendar in the relevant software.
Promote students into the new year structure, incrementing their curriculum years.
Ensure and manage the smooth transition from one academic year to the next with all sections.
Set up and maintain registration groups, allocate student memberships, tutors and groups.
Be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and to follow the relevant policies and procedures.
Uphold the Academy's disciplinary rules and staff code of conduct.
Follow the Academy's health and safety requirements.
Contribute to the maintenance of a caring and stimulating environment for young people.
Always act in accordance with the statutory frameworks that set out how the Academy must operate.
Carry out any other reasonable duties within the scope of the post as directed by the Headteacher or other senior manager.
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