Assistant to the Examinations Officer
Permanent. 37 hours per week, Mon to Thurs 8.00 - 4.30, Fri 8.00 - 4.00 with one hour for lunch, term time with 5 additional days to be worked during holidays
Salary: Band E pa pro rata. £18870 - £20,541 (£16692 - £18564) pro rata
Required: As Soon As Possible
Closing date: 12.30pm on Friday 02 November 2018
Applications are invited to join the associate professional staff at Wath Comprehensive School in the role of Assistant to the Examinations Officer. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and organised individual to provide administrative support in all aspects of examination administration. Working closely with the Examinations Manager, the successful applicant will be accustomed to a busy environment and able to work calmly and accurately under pressure. Excellent ICT skills are essential, as is a good standard of education (minimum GCSE grade A* - C in Mathematics and English or equivalent).
Duties will involve planning and organising of examinations held in school, including the provision of examination timetables, allocation of rooms and other arrangements in accordance with students’ needs, through to the preparation of exam results. You will need excellent interpersonal skills as you will be required to deal with telephone queries from students, staff, parents and awarding bodies. Prior knowledge of the examination system is not necessary as full training will be given.
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