DATA SUPPORT OFFICER
Hours of work: 8.15am - 3.45pm
35 hours per week, term time only (188 days) + 5 INSET days +10 other days (203 days in total)
Actual Salary: £19,814 pa (£22,993 – full-time equivalent)
“An OUTSTANDING school demonstrating strong practice in Behaviour, Safety, Leadership and Management.”
At Vyners School, data is the foundation upon which we build our school. Collecting accurate and timely student progress data and subsequent analysis enables us to focus interventions, ensuring students and the school achieve their ambitions. This position assists the Data Manager in ensuring that data is fit for purpose and produced to deadlines with a focus on data handling/uploading to inform assessment and student achievement.
Applications are welcome from enthusiastic candidates, who have had previous experience in a data analysis role and possess a natural aptitude for working with data, keen to investigate new ways in which data can be collected and processed efficiently. The school is looking to appoint a committed, proactive and discrete individual to undertake this important role. There may also be an opportunity to develop skills in timetabling over the next few years and we would be interested in hearing from candidates who would like to move their career in this direction.
Previous experience of having worked in a school environment and SIMS is desirable, but not essential, as full training will be given.
The successful candidates will:
- Have excellent data production / analysis skills.
- Possess intermediate level of Excel and / or Google sheets.
- Be proactive and eager to utilise data for the wider benefit of the student community
- Promote and safeguard the welfare of students at the school and to act as an appropriate role model for young people.
- Be inquisitive, organise and energetic, with a good sense of humour
- Be conscientious and committed.
Start Date: ASAP (early applications will be considered)
Closing Date for Applications: 9.00am on Friday 7 January 2022
Vyners School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
To apply for this position and for more information, please see the attached documents. Applications should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. (Frances Webb – HR Manager Tel 01895 234342).