Part Time: 27.5 hours per week (Term Time only)
Location: Burston & Tivetshall
Salary: £13,998 - £15,728 per annum
Our client was established in 2016 with the purpose of bringing like-minded schools together to work in partnership to deliver a world class education to pupils in Norfolk and Suffolk.
The Primary School is iconic and well known for its history, founded because of a school strike it then became the centre of the longest running strike in British history lasting from 1914 to 1939 in the village of Burston, Norfolk. Today, the building stands as a museum to the strike. Every year hundreds of people turn up for a rally to commemorate the 25-year strike.
The second Primary School is a small and intimate Victorian built school which was established in 1876 and has only 14 children across 2 classes. They've created a dynamic, friendly and secure environment with a positive approach to teaching. With small classes they can inspire each child, giving them close attention and ensuring they leave the school fully equipped for their next phase of learning. The schools has a strong leadership team and governing body, having created a positive ethos with a robust approach to continuous improvement this was recognised by Ofsted resulting in the school being rated as a "good" school.
The Trust are looking for a pro-active and diligent Office Manager to join the team on a permanent basis.
The Office Manager will be responsible for the daily operation of the reception area across both school sites, communicating with staff, parents and students on a range of issues, as well as providing general administrative support to the school and headteacher.
The Office Manager will be required to split their time between both schools at the Headteacher's discretion.
If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable Education Trust, then please click apply to be redirected to their website where you can complete your application.
The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. In accordance with the Department of Education's "Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2021, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.