£20,270 per annum
40 hours per week, 36.4 working weeks
To start mid-April 2018, Oundle School is seeking an Examinations Coordinator to be responsible for the co-ordination, registration and administration of all public and internal examinations, including university admissions tests and controlled assessments, providing administrative support to the Examinations Officer. The post-holder will also assist with the administration and arrangements for the School’s Year 9 (Third Form) Non Common Entrance (NCE) entry programmes, providing support to the PA to the Deputy Head Admissions. The Examinations Coordinator will be responsible for the line management of the Examination Invigilators and Examination Desk Attendant.
Applicants must have previous experience working in an administrative role and / or an examinations office, be very competent in the use of ICT, and have experience of working towards and managing considerable deadlines. This role will involve complex scheduling, therefore a systematic and logical approach combined with excellent organisational skills will be paramount.
The role is to work Oundle School Term time plus 3 additional weeks from mid-August to early September, when public examination results are issued. Total of 36.4 working weeks; total paid weeks 40.77 inclusive of holiday entitlement. Hours of duty are 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Hours worked will need to be flexible, so as to ensure full cover during the peak examination season. Owing to the nature of the role, there may be a need for occasional attendance on Saturday mornings, for which time in lieu will be given.
Application closing date: 9th March 2018
Interview date: 14th March 2018 (afternoon)
More details and Forms: www.oundleschool.org.uk/support-staff
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.