Examination Officer - Corley Centre

Church Lane, Corley. Warwickshire
Grade 4 - 6 – 14 £20,043 - £23,484 Annual FT E
06 May 2022
16 May 2022
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Examination Officer  From 1st September 2022
Permanent 20 hours per week 
Yes - TTO plus 1 week (must be available for Results administration during Summer Holidays)
Grade 4  6 – 14 £20,043-£23,484 Annual FT Equivalent Pro rata to hours and weeks worked

Corley Centre is a secondary special school for children with complex communication and interaction difficulties.  A significant number of students have an autism diagnosis. We currently have 135 students on roll, and our average examination cohort is 25. We believe in inclusion and aspiration for all of our students, and offer a range of qualifications including Asdan courses, Entry Level and GCSE. 

Governors are looking to appoint a methodical, calm and organised administrator to work closely with our Assistant Headteacher: Curriculum and Achievement and take responsibility for the administration of all internal and external examinations in accordance with the qualifying bodies’ regulations.

The successful candidate will be flexible, proactive and have a high level of ICT and communication skills. They should be able to work on their own initiative but will also be part of the School Business Team ensuring support to curriculum staff and students.
Experience of examination administration is essential, but training will be provided on new examination board procedures, school data monitoring, student data systems and Autism Awareness

Closing Date: Noon 16th May 2022
Interview Date: Week beginning 16th May and/or 23rd May 2022.

Please confirm the dates of that fortnight when you would NOT be available to attend an interview.
Application forms and further details are available by contacting the school on the above email or via the school  website; corleycentre.co.uk
All applications are returnable direct to the school - at mwilkinson@corley.coventry.sch.uk

Key Requirements

This post is exempted under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such appointment to this post will be conditional upon the receipt of a satisfactory response to a check of police records via Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

This School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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