The Queen Elizabeth Academy is an 11-16 mixed academy based in Atherstone with approximately 660 pupils on roll. Following our Ofsted inspection in May 2017, we were shown to be “Good with Outstanding features”, a real testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff and students... In November 2016, as part of the Priority School Building Programme, we moved into brand new premises that have given us access to fantastic new facilities, which really set us apart in the locality.
We are looking to appoint a Data Administrator to join our admin team. You will be responsible for managing the smooth operation of pupil performance data including the maintenance of data input and output from data management systems such as SIMS, SISRA and FFT Aspire. You will produce pupil performance data reports for the Principal and Senior Leadership Team as and when required. The role includes managing the school census information, ensuring complete accuracy, within DfE deadlines, plus uploading academy and pupil performance data to the Trust data manager as required. You will need to be available during GCSE results day to manage data systems to produce early analysis of student and academy performance. You will be an enthusiastic and experienced Administrator, competent in the use of Microsoft Office with an ability to multi task and work to tight deadlines The successful candidate will have the ability to communicate well, both written & verbally, at many levels.
Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of our students?
Do you have what it takes to work with a determined leadership team and staff, which promote excellence, and consistently challenge you to improve?
If so, then we welcome you to join our team at The Queen Elizabeth Academy. You will be joining a dynamic team, who enjoy supporting the Academy and its culture of outstanding success amongst our students. We are a forward-thinking school, always looking for areas to develop and improve as well as being very open to new ideas; we feel this is best way to ensure consistent development and attainment of our students.
Queen Elizabeth Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.