Subject to approval
Post Number: SGSUTC07
Full Time Equivalent Salary Range: Negotiatable
(Salary is dependent on level of qualification and experience)
Term Time Only Contracts will occur a salary adjustment if the start date is after 1st September
Contract Type: Full time, Term-time only (41 weeks)
Hours: 37 hours per week
At SGS Berkeley Green UTC we are looking to appoint a Data and Exams Lead who will be responsible for all aspects of data collection and dissemination, and all examinations taken at the UTC including GCSEs, BTECs and A Levels. This is a vital role at the heart of our small, highly committed admin team.
In addition to the responsibilities at the UTC outlined above, a more senior role working across our multi-academy trust of three schools may be available to a candidate with extensive experience of data and assessment leadership in a school or college setting. If this sounds like you, please get in touch so we can discuss the potential role and salary details.
An Education for the Future
SGS Berkeley Green UTC opened in September 2017 with outstanding facilities, in a state-of-the-art building. We provide specialist, high quality technical and academic education for 14-19 students with a strong interest in Engineering and Digital Technologies including Cyber Security. We are committed to developing our students into the Engineers and Digital Technology experts of tomorrow by working closely with our employer partners to deliver our exciting and industry relevant curriculum.
This Data and Assessment Lead role would suit a numerate person with good IT skills and experience of using school management information systems such as SIMS and/or being responsible for the administration of examinations in an educational setting. You may also have a proven ability to collect and analyse statistical data relating to student attendance, attainment and progress.
We are looking for someone who is an effective communicator and team player, with good problem-solving ability. You should also have a calm and positive approach, and be enthusiastic about participating in all aspects of college life.
In return we offer:
· Outstanding facilities in a purpose-built, £15million environment;
· The opportunity to work in a small, motivated and dynamic team;
· The satisfaction of making a difference to the life chances of young people.
SGS Academy Trust is a Multi Academy Trust, which was formed in response to the request of the Regional Schools Commissioner, Sir David Carter in November 2014.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud College sponsor the Trust, and their size and range of expertise forms the basis of the support for schools within the Trust.
There are three schools within the Trust:
Forest High School is situated in Cinderford, Forest of Dean. Forest High School has engaged with some of the best learning providers in the county to establish a rich, extensive curriculum and to support classroom teaching, The School is small, intimate and student focused.
SGS Pegasus School opened in September 2017 providing a genuinely innovative school for children and young people with autism. It is located in Patchway, South Gloucestershire. The School provides a personalised, multi-disciplinary and evidence-based approach to support young people to learn and thrive
SGS Berkeley Green UTC opened in September 2017. As the first University Technical College (UTC) in Gloucestershire, Berkeley Green aspires to combine outstanding academic and technical education.
If you are interested in this position please complete a SGSAT- Application Form and return ensuring you include the post number
Closing Date: 19th April 2020
Expected Interview Date: TBC
The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a satisfactory Disclosure Certificate, Enhanced with Children’s Barred list check, as a requirement of the job.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud Academy Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community and is an equal opportunities employer.
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
SGS Berkeley Green UTC 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.