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Job Overview
The University of Nottingham is independently evaluating Catch Up® Numeracy, an intervention that supports children experiencing difficulty with numeracy. The intervention involves teaching assistants providing children with a one to one support. Results from the intervention are to be compared with results from ‘control’ schools. Included in the results will be pupils’ scores on a post-project Mathematics test.

Between October and December 2017, a number of Test Administrators will be required to visit schools involved in the project to administer the test (GL Assessment Progress Test in Mathematics) to the pupils. There are 150 schools throughout England involved in this important project.

The University of Nottingham is now recruiting the Test Administrators in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Peterborough to administer the test in schools within their locality.
Job Description
⦁ In order to administer the Mathematics test to a group of up to 12 primary-aged pupils, visit at least 10 schools,
⦁ Ensure pupils independently complete the test. The test will take at most 70 minutes.
⦁ Collect and record unique pupil identification information and other demographic data to ensure that the correct pupils are tested.
⦁ Keep the pupil test papers safe and return them to the University of Nottingham on completion.
⦁ The school visits should take no longer than 2 hours (not including travel time).
⦁ The schedule for school visits will be pre-planned but negotiable.
The work is on a casual basis and payment will include travel time and travel expenses.  Payment will be on the basis of £16 per hour for the Northern regions (Yorkshire) and £17 per hour for the Southern regions (Lincolnshire and Peterborough). The mileage allowance is 45p per mile.
Person Specification Requirements
⦁ Applicants must be able to provide evidence of having undergone a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, or be willing to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
⦁ Applicants must have experience of working in or with schools or primary-aged children.
⦁ Applicants must provide evidence of their right to work in the UK by means of their passport and/or visa.
⦁ Applicants must treat all information about the schools and their pupils as confidential.
⦁ Applicants must have their own car, valid driving licence and car insurance in order to carry out the testing in their allocated schools.
To apply, complete the form attached and email the form as well as a brief up-to-date CV to Kanchana Minson: Kanchana.Minson@Nottingham.ac.uk.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED AS AND WHEN RECEIVED.
If you have any queries, please contact Kanchana Minson: 0115 951 4438;
Kanchana.Minson@Nottingham.ac.uk.
Job Overview

We are seeking to employ an Office Manager at our school:

  • Experience of successfully managing an office
  • Be committed to high standards
  • Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication
  • To develop, implement and manage efficient systems related to the general office
  • To be PA to the Principal and be responsible for diary and duties
  • To be responsible for all Pupil details within school
  • To Performance Manage Finance & Attendance Officer.

To undertake performance management & professional learning opportunities.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed, to arrange a visit or to discuss the position further please contact the school or email ldyer@victoria.doncaster.sch.uk 01709 862175.

Job description, person specification and application forms can be downloaded online, and should be returned to Mrs Dyer by 12pm on Monday 25th September.

Closing Date: 12pm on Monday 25th September

Shortlisting: From 1pm on Monday 25th September

Interviews: Thursday 28th September

Equal Opportunities

Exceed Learning Partnership are committed to the equality of opportunity in all aspects of employment. We warmly welcome applications from all sectors of the community. Our recruitment policies, procedures and practices enable all applicants to be considered on merit and ability to do the job. We will make reasonable adjustments, in line with the Equality Act, for disabled applicants if these are needed.