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Examinations Officer Vacancy

29th December 2014 Local Businesses, Local Job Vacancies Tags: , , 0 Comments

“The school provides an outstanding education for its students.” Ofsted 2010

Examinations Officer

37 hours per week

(term time plus 3 weeks to be worked according to service requirements during school closure)

NJC POINT 25-28 (£19,990-£22,024 TT0)

 

We wish to appoint an experienced Examinations Officer, responsible for the administration and organisation of all aspects of external examinations in accordance with the regulations laid down by the awarding bodies and tests throughout the Academy.

George Spencer, a friendly, successful and ambitious school where: 

standards are consistently high (78% 5A*-C inc EM)students and staff enjoy learning in a disciplined environmentgood behaviour and respect is the norma culture of excellence and innovation prevails     change is embraced for continuous improvement 

We offer outstanding career, training and R & D opportunities as a Teaching School licensed for Leadership Development programmes, a SCITT provider, a National Support, Advanced Consultant and Challenge Partner School which learns from international benchmarking and links.

  

Accolades include International schools, Investors in People, Artsmark, ECO, Healthy Schools Awards, ICT mark and a Lead School in the Network of Computer Science Teaching Excellence

Please visit our website for a recruitment pack and application form or contact the school onrecruitment@george-spencer.notts.sch.uk for further details. Please ensure that you follow the application process as detailed in the recruitment pack otherwise your application may not be considered.

Closing date: 12 noon  Monday 12th January 2015 by post or email to recruitment@george-spencer.notts.sch.uk.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students and all posts are subject to enhanced DBS checks.

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