Clerk to the Governing Body - Newport Girls High School

Location
Newport, Shropshire
Salary
Local grade
Posted
13 Jun 2017
Closes
30 Jun 2017
Job Ref
TWED0000001781
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Part time permanent
Working Pattern
See advert details
Hours
Part-Time

NEWPORT GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL
Wellington Road
Newport
Shropshire
TF10 7HL

Telephone: 01952 797550
Email: schooloffice@nghs.org.uk

CLERK TO THE GOVERNING BODY
(4 hours/week + travel expenses)

Dates: Apply by 12:00 noon on 28th June 2017
Interview date: Week commencing 3rd July 2017
Salary: £12.39 per hour
Location: Newport Girls’ High School, Shropshire
Contract type: Term time only
Contract term: Permanent

The Governors are seeking a Clerk who will be ready to support the Governing Body in liaising with the Chair of Governors and Headteacher as required, and preparing for and reporting meetings on agreed dates which take place early evening. The School converted to Academy Status in 2011 and the Clerk will also be required to support, guide and advise the Governing Body in line with current legislation as required. Some experience of clerking would be advantageous.

Discretion and flexibility, plus excellent organisational and computer skills are essential in this role.

Visits to the School are welcome.

Newport Girls’ High School Academy Trust is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people.

This role is subject to an enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Further details are available on the School’s website (www.nghs.org.uk). To apply for this post please complete the application form on our website (CVs are not accepted).

Closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on 28th June 2017. Please email completed application forms to: schooloffice@nghs.org.uk or post to the school address.

Supporting documents
Application form
Clerk to Governors Letter from Headteacher
Job Description - Clerk to the Governing Body (June 2017)
Job Details Clerk to the Governing Body (June 2017)
Person Specification Clerk to the Governing Body (June 2017)