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Vacancies

We currently have the following vacancies:-

Office Administrator

Required as soon as possible, an Office Administrator to support the busy School Office, 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4.00pm, term time only, paid on Bucks Pay Range 2 depending on experience.

Weston Turville CE School benefits from friendly, happy and motivated children, supportive parents, enthusiastic staff and excellent resources.

With responsibility for a wide range of duties, the Office Administrator will provide efficient administrative support to the school, the Office Manager and the Headteacher, and contribute to the smooth running of the busy school office.

Reporting to the Office Manager, our new Office Administrator needs to be highly organised, flexible and approachable; with excellent IT and people skills and able to work independently using their own initiative.  Previous administrator experience and knowledge of Word, Excel and SIMS is essential, as is knowledge of online payment/correspondence systems. Experience of pre-school administration would be an advantage.  For more information please see the person specification and job description attached.

If you are interested in this post, please download an application form (see attached) and email the completed form to office@westonturville.bucks.sch.uk.

Visits to the school prior to application are welcome – please contact the school office to make an appointment.

The closing date for applications Monday 9th March 2020.

Interviews will take place Friday 13th March 2020.

The school takes its safeguarding commitments very seriously, and questions will be asked about this at interview.  Appointments are subject to receipt of an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.

 

Foundation Governors

We are looking for five new Foundation Governors!  

The school's Governing Body has a strategic overview of the school, decides upon the vision and ethos, employs the staff, co-ordinates pupil admissions, runs the school budget, decides upon the curriculum (what the children are taught, when and why) and holds staff accountable for pupil outcomes.  Foundation Governors also focus on the 'church school' element of the school's ethos, and it is preferred that they are in sympathy with the Christian nature of the school.

If you have an interest in education and how schools run, think you can spare two or three evenings per term and time to look over paperwork, visit the school at least once a year and support its staff and pupils this might be the role for you!  It is a great way to give back to your local community and our school needs you!

If you would be interested in this role please contact the school office on 01296 613436 or Rev David Wales on 01296 613212.