- Provide a school reception service, including: parent visits, other visitors, deliveries, reception security and assisting with safeguarding.
Provide school communications, including: responding to and sending emails, letters, texts, consent slips; responding to phone calls; managing the school website, diary and newsletter; dealing with incoming and outgoing post.
Provide school administration of: Parentpay, SIMS, registers; after-school clubs; parents’ evenings; school trips; censuses; school year start and end; HR processes; medicines to children; photocopying; and pupil reports.
Manage the school’s supplies, facilities and health and safety, including: placing orders; managing stationery supplies; accident and incident logs and reports; evacuations and lock-downs; issues with IT and phone systems; issues with contracts and orders; insurance claims; reporting and recording issues with premises.
Manage, recruit, train and develop the school office staff.
[Other duties specific to the needs of the school and experience or interest of the post holder, e.g. first aider, safeguarding lead etc]
Comply with all relevant legislative requirements.
Any other duties commensurate with the grade of the post
This role is 37 hours a week term-time only plus 10 days - also suitable for part time working or job share.
This role will begin on a temporary basis but could lead to permanent.