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Admin Assistant
  • Employer: Linaker Primary
  • Reference: LINAP/23/233753
  • Published: Tue 28/03/2023, 11:41 AM
  • Closing on: Mon 24/04/2023, 12:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Part Time, Term Time
  • Hours: 30 hours per week, Mon-Fri - Hours to be agreed with candidate
  • Salary: Grade B - Pt2 (actual salary £16,002)
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Linaker Primary School, Merseyside

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Admin Assistant

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Linaker Primary School. The governors are seeking to appoint a motivated, enthusiastic, and driven Admin Assistant with the desire to be part of a successful, productive team.

Starting as soon as possible, the successful applicant will be required to work 30 hours per week ranging between 8.00 am to 4.30pm (Mon - Fri) term-time only. These are the hours our school office is open so start and finish times for this role will be agreed with the candidate and the admin team.  

We are looking for someone who is:

  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic and reliable with a cheerful disposition
  • Committed to the whole school community and be prepared to be actively involved in the life of the school
  • Committed to the safeguarding of children

Excellent telephone manner and good ICT skills are essential. The candidate will ideally have experience of working within a school office. The applicant should be conversant with other office duties as required and able to work as a team. Please see the attached job description for more information about the role.

Closing Date:  12.00 noon on Monday 24th April 2023

Interviews:  Week commencing 1st May 2023

What the school offers its staff

Linaker is a flourishing school and an exciting place to grow as a pupil, teacher or as a leader. This is underpinned by our 6 core values, which are supported throughout the curriculum - Respect, Resilience, creativity, curiosity, trust and compassion. We recognise these as the basis of our relationships with each other, with the local community and with the world around us, and they support our school mission statement of ‘Together we flourish and grow.’

It is our belief that when our children leave to take the next steps in their lives that they take with them a love of learning, a curiosity about the world, the ability to care about others and a confidence that they can reach their future aspirations.

We have a caring ethos towards the well-being of our pupils and all of those who are involved with the school. We are at the heart of the community, and encourage a sense of belonging for all pupils, staff, families and governors, as we work together with one aim, to make our school the best it can be.

The governing body is proactive and supportive. It consists of a dedicated group of people who have a range of skills and experiences. It strives to be as effective as it can in its role of monitoring the progress of the school, to continuously raise the standards for all pupils and the quality of the education.


Due to the nature of work the post is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and relevant care/safeguarding legislation and appointment will only be confirmed if a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure is obtained from the Criminal Records Bureau.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.