The L.E.A.D. Academy Trust is an established and fast-growing multi-academy trust, rated as one of the top seven academy trusts nationally, committed to providing the highest quality education to enable every pupil to realise their full potential.
Reporting to the Business Manager, your responsibilities will include:
- providing a high quality administrative service to HR, Finance, Business Services and Teaching School teams;
- the management of a wide range of queries from internal and external stakeholders via telephone and email;
- data entry, extraction and manipulation of data using a variety of databases and systems;
- regular liaison with the schools in the Trust to ensure compliance with L.E.A.D. company policies & procedures.
To be successful, you will:
- have a wide range of proven administration and PC skills;
- have excellent attention to detail, great communication skills;
- have good knowledge of Excel;
- bring a proactive approach;
- possess the motivation and flexibility to thrive in an innovative and fast paced environment.
In return, we offer excellent benefits including, 25 days’ holiday, salary sacrifice schemes, discounted schemes for shopping, entertainment and lifestyle and a very generous local authority pension scheme.
This is a superb opportunity to develop and progress professionally, whilst impacting positively upon children’s learning.
Closing date: Monday, 9.00am on Monday, 19 March 2018.
Interview date: Tuesday, 27 March 2018.
The L.E.A.D. Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
The L.E.A.D. Academy Trust was recently named by Ofsted's Chief Inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw, as a "high performer" and that it should be used as an example to others.
'The L.E.A.D. Academy Trust is one of the strongest sponsors operating in the East Midlands, with a track record of successfully improving underperforming schools...' Department for Education, 29 May 2015, Leicester Mercury