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Christ Church Chorleywood C of E School

Trust, Love & Respect:

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Christ Church School wishes to appoint an efficient and friendly Admin Assistant. This post starts as soon as possible (aiming for 2nd March 2020).

You must have:

  • excellent people skills,
  • experience of clerical and administrative work (school office experience desirable),
  • high level of computer literacy,
  • the ability to use online web-based programs and databases,
  • a caring and nurturing approach to understanding the needs of children,
  • an awareness of the importance of confidentiality,
  • a flexible nature and be able to respond quickly to situations using your own initiative.

 

Recent and up to date experience of working in a busy admin office is preferable. On-going training will be provided on school based computer programs to enable the school to operate effectively using SIMS (School Information Management Systems) to its fullest potential.

All interested applicants must be able to demonstrate they will support the values and ethos of our school.

This job is for a fixed period in the first instance before becoming permanent (to be discussed with the candidates).

If you think you have the necessary skills and attributes for this post & would like to work in a caring, nurturing & friendly school environment, we would love to hear from you. Visits to the school before applying are positively encouraged.

Christ Church School is committed to safeguarding children and all candidates invited to interview will need to undergo rigorous child protection checks including a DBS application. The Child Protection policy should be read on the school website to understand how we approach Safeguarding.

 

To make a visit, please contact Alison Cottle (Head's PA) by email or phone: headspa@christchurchschool.herts.sch.uk

Further Details

 

All vacancies are advertised through Teach-in-Herts by following the link below.

http://www.teachinherts.com/

 

Visits to the school are strongly encouraged. 

 

 

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