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Exams and Data Assistant based at North Cestrian School

North Cestrian School have since September 2016 operated as part of the Hamblin Education Trust in Cheshire, we are looking to recruit a dedicated, organised individual who will look to support the Data & Examinations Officer in delivering timely and accurate reporting.

The post holder’s responsibilities will include:

  • Assist and support the administration within the Exams &  Data Team
  • Work as part of a team
  • Have an attention to detail
  • Produce and organise data for others to use
  • Follow instructions, be able to prioritise and work  independently when required
  • Contribute to the positive school ethos ‘where individuals thrive’, in which every individual is treated with dignity and respect and where the safety and welfare of our young people is paramount.
  • In accordance with the Exams Policy and the Joint Council requirements, assist in the sound administration of all internal and external examinations
  • Assist the Exams & Data Manager with the administration of all Assessment, Reporting and Recording process.
  • Maintain accurate records of courses and qualifications being studied at the School liaising with the Deputy Head and Academic Director.
  • Updating of Mark sheet templates for each Data Assessment Capture (in accordance with the School Assessment and Reporting schedule).
  • Check and report to Exams & Data Officer on the completion of Data Entry by teachers at each data assessment capture.
  • Process changes to individual students’ classes on SIMS/Arbor
  • Assist the Exams & Data Officer with the production of student interim and full reports
  • Support the Admissions Officer with maintaining up to date student records, including for new students
  • Be responsible for the development and support of the common transfer system to provide consistency of data from school to school
  • Completion of the school census and other statistical government returns
  • Keep up to date with SIMS/Arbor developments, including attending training courses as required. 

The successful candidate will have: -

  • Strong system skills with the confidence to pick up new systems (SIMS/Arbor)
  • Excellent organisation skills with the ability to prioritise competing tasks
  • Good team working skills, including flexibility and adaptability
  • A high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work to deadlines

Salary – NJC Points 12-17 £22,183 – £24,491 pro rata, Actual £18,837 - £20,798, 37 hours per week, term time only plus 5 days.

Closing date: Friday 14th January 2022. Interviews to take place from Thursday 20th January 2022

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