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Assesment & Exmnations Data Manger
  • Employer: London Borough Of Waltham Forest
  • Reference: SCH/19/112197
  • Published: Thu 17/10/2019, 11:20 AM
  • Closing on: Fri 25/10/2019, 12:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time, Term Time
  • Hours: 36 hours per week, Term Time + 3 Weeks (42 Weeks)
  • Salary: £25,746 - £27,342 or £28,356 - £30,108
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Waltham Forest

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Assesment & Exmnations Data Manger

HIGHAMS PARK SCHOOL

Handsworth Avenue, Highams Park, E4 9PJ

Assessment and Examinations Data Manager

Required November 2019

42 Weeks per year, NJC Scale 6 (Pts 18-20) to S01 (Pts 23-25) £24,429 - £27,857

We have an opportunity for a suitably qualified, enthusiastic and experienced individual to join our School Assessment Data Team to support the work of the school in the use of assessment data on SIMS, Excel and online subscription services such as FFT Aspire and ALPs.  The role involves working under the guidance of the Deputy Principal to ensure that students’ academic and pastoral data is effectively tracked and reported on throughout years 7-13.

Highams Park School is a very successful co-educational 11-18 mixed Academy converter comprehensive school. There is a strong culture of achievement at all Key Stages and with over 80% of Year 13 students progressing onto University at their end of their Level 3 courses.

Please email the school on scroft@highamsparkschool.co.uk HR Manager, or go to our website to find out more. Please complete our application form (download from website) www.highamsparkschool.co.uk and return by midday on Friday 25 October 2019.

Early applications will be considered on receipt and interviews scheduled accordingly

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