Type: Finance & Administration
Grade: Pass 3
Salary: £18,933 – £19,312
Contract Term: Permanent
Contract Type: Full time, Term time only – Annualised
About the School
St Oswald’s Catholic Primary School is a 3 form entry school with a thriving Nursery based in Old Swan. We are an integral part of the local community and are very family orientated with a strong Catholic ethos.
About the Role
We are looking for someone to be our first point of contact in our Junior department. Duties will be varied and candidates will be committed to the safeguarding and welfare of our children. The person appointed would be responsible for telephone and reception duties, word-processing and filing as well as some cash handling and maintaining other computer systems.
Previous experience of a busy school office and experience of SIMS would be an advantage. Good communication skills are essential as is the ability to work as part of a team, be discreet and able to maintain full confidentiality. The post will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS Disclosure; Candidates must also comply with the Asylum and Immigration Act. References will be taken up for candidates shortlisted for interview.
How to Apply
Complete the attached Catholic Education Service form and return to:
Closing Date: Wednesday 23rd September 2020
Short Listing Date: Thursday 24th September 2020
Interview Date: Tuesday 29th September 2020
St Oswald’s Catholic Primary School
Montague Road, Old Swan, Liverpool
Application packs are available here:
St Oswald’s Catholic Primary School is committed to safeguarding children and promoting children’s welfare. This post is subject to all the relevant pre-employment checks set out in Keeping Children Safe in Education, including an enhanced DBS certificate with a barred-list check.
We are committed to safer recruitment practices that:
- Deter prospective applicants who are unsuitable to work with children or young people
- Identify and reject applicants who are unsuitable to work with children or young people
- Prevent and deter inappropriate behaviours by providing on-going supervision, training and support to all staff and volunteers