Clerk to Governing Board - Sharmans Cross Junior School

Sharmans Cross Junior School
£16,626 - £17,972 pro rata
04 Sep 2018
23 Sep 2018
Job Ref
Contract Type
Part time permanent
Working Pattern
Flexible hours

5.0 Hours per Week

(hours flexible except for pre-arranged evening meetings)

Home based with school attendance for meetings.

Sharmans Cross Junior School is a welcoming and thriving local school awarded a 5 star rating in The Real Schools Guide 2018. We have an established and effective Governing Board which requires professional support.

We require an efficient and enthusiastic person to provide a clerking service to our Governing Board.

The successful candidate will:

• Provide advice to the Governing Board on governance, constitutional and procedural matters.

• Provide effective administrative support to the governing board and its committees

• Ensure the governing board is properly constituted

The key skills that will need to be demonstrated are:

• Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal

• Ability to work independently and under pressure

• Outstanding organisational skills

• Discretion and an understanding of the need to maintain confidentiality

• Interest in educational matters and school governance

This post will be a casual contract for approximately 65 hours a term, according to a set of pre-arranged meeting dates which will largely include evenings (meetings are generally held on Wednesday evenings).

Start date: as soon as possible

A job description and person specification is provided for your reference.

Candidates will only be considered if they complete an official application form. CVs are not accepted.

Applications will be closed at 9:00 a.m. on the 21st September 2018 and applications after this time will not be considered.

Advert Contact Details:

0121 705 2379

Please submit your application via email to or by post to:

Sharmans Cross Junior School

Sharmans Cross Road


West Midlands

B91 1PH

This post will require a Disclosure and Barring check.

Solihull Council has a responsibility for, and a commitment to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Supporting documents
Job Description and Person Specification
SMBC Application Form
Recruitment Monitoring Form
Notes of guidance for applicants re DBS

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