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Aldridge Education

Aldridge Education

Address: 30 Millbank, London, SW1P 4DU
 
Contact Name: Victoria Fisher
Contact Email: hr@aldridgeeducation.org
Telephone: 02072970340
 
Details: Hours - Approximately seven hours per week term time only + two weeks but the successful candidate will need to work flexibly around meeting dates of which there are 16 scheduled per year plus ad hoc meetings. The majority of meetings take place in the evening.
Salary - £23,000-£26,000 (Pro rata £3444-£3890 per annum depending on skills and experience. Although this may increase for an exceptional, highly experienced candidate.) Details found at: http://aldridgeeducation.org/about-us/our-people/vacancies/
 
Application Pack is available here
Ashmole Academy Trust

Ashmole Academy Trust

Type of School: Multi Academy Trust
Address: Cecil Road, Southgate, London, N14 5RJ
Contact Name: Karen Foye
Contact Email: kfo@ashmoleacademy.org
Telephone: 020 8361 2703
 
Barham Primary School

Barham Primary School

Type of School: Maintained Primary School
Address: Danethorpe Road, Wembley, HA0 4RQ
Local Authority: Brent
 
Contact Name: Dot D'Souza
Contact Telephone: 0208 902 3706
 
Advert available here
Job Description available here
Person Specification available here

 

Bath and Wells Multi-Academy Trust

Bath and Wells Multi-Academy Trust

Type of School: three primary schools, all part of the Bath hub of Bath and Wells Multi-Academy Trust.
Address: Bath
Local Authority: Bath and North East Somerset
 
Contact Name: Kate Seeley
Contact Telephone: 01225 446760 
 
Details: Clerk to three Local Governing Bodies in Bath - 300 hours in total annually - £4203pa
 
Bathwick St Mary, St Andrew’s, Julian Road and St Stephen’s, Richmond Place, are three church schools who along with eight others have become academies this year and constitute the Bath Hub of the Bath and Wells Multi-Academy Trust.
 
The Clerk to the Governors is responsible for providing advice to the governing body on constitution, governance and procedural matters; providing effective administrative support to the governing body and its committees; ensuring that the governing body is properly constituted; and that information is managed effectively in accordance with legal requirements.
 
There are no prescribed hours for this role, but the Chairs of Governors work closely with the Clerk to agree priorities and objectives and how they can be best achieved. Evening work is required in attending Board and Committee meetings. It is an interesting role sitting at the heart of each governing body, and can really add value to the smooth running and effectiveness of them.
 
If you …
 
- are able to work collaboratively and supportively as part of a team and build relevant external networks with the school, diocese, Bath and Wells MAT, etc
- have good listening, oral, literacy and IT skills
- are self-motivated, able to use your own initiative, organise time effectively and meet deadlines
- have good administrative and organisational skills in minute taking, record keeping, information management and keeping various partners and governors up to date
- are able to develop your own knowledge of relevant educational and statutory information
- can operate with integrity, confidentiality and impartiality
- are open to change and learning, including your own personal professional development
 
…we would love you to apply.
 
In return, we will offer you a happy and motivating work environment; supportive and inspiring colleagues and a commitment to making your experience successful and rewarding.
If you wish to apply for this role, please would you contact Kate Seeley, Chair of Governors at St Stephen’s Church School, Kate.Seeley@ststephens.bwmat.org for an application form.
The Bath & Wells Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS and all relevant pre-employment checks.
 
Closing date: 15 August 2018.
Interview date: to be arranged.
This post will commence in early-mid September.

 

Bedford Borough Council

Bedford Borough Council

Address:  Bedford Borough Council, Cauldwell Street, Bedford, MK42 9AP
Contact name: Julia Newman
Contact number: 01234 718387
 
Details: Bedford Borough Council Governor Services do not run a Clerking service. However, from time to time Governing Boards from Maintained schools, Academies and Free schools ask for help to recruit a new permanent clerk or to request temporary cover.
The pay and job description will be available on request from an individual establishment looking to recruit a new clerk. We strongly advise that the job description is based on the one provided by the National Governance Association and our Governance service provides support and training for new and experienced clerks.
 
Benson CE Primary School

Benson CE Primary School

Address: Oxford Road, Benson, Wallingford, OX10 6LX
Local Authority: Oxfordshire
 
 
Details: Clerk to the governors required from September 2018. Two hours per week, term time only. (Grade 7 - £10.92 per hour.)
Blenheim High School

Blenheim High School

Type of School: Secondary School Academy (ages 11-18)
Address: Longmead Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 9BH.
 
Contact Name: Emma Matthews
Contact Email: matthewse@blenheim.surrey.sch.uk
Telephone: 01372 745333 ext. 212.
 
Details: The Governing Body is seeking to appoint a Clerk to the Governing Body to develop the existing high standard of governance in the school. The salary range is between £23,573 and £27,814 per annum (FTE) depending upon skills and experience. This equates to an actual salary of between £8,373 and £9,897 based on working 15 hours per week time only (39 weeks.) It is expected you will probably work an average of 15-20 hours a week during term time with a degree of flexibility. 
 
Candidate Briefing available here
Bugbrooke Community Primary School

Bugbrooke Community Primary School

Type of School: Maintained School
Address: High Street, Bugbrooke, Northampton, NN73PA
Local Authority: Northamptonshire 
 
Contact Name: Mrs Linda Hopper
Contact Telephone: 01604 830610 
 
Details: We are looking to appoint a part time Clerk to the Governing Body with outstanding personal, organisational and computing skills to join our school. The hours per week will depend on the numbr of meetings and any additional related work required for the Full Governing Body, Finance and Personnel Commitee, Learning and Achievement Committee, and the Health & Safety and Premises Committee.
Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council

Type of School: Camclerk Clerking Service
Local Authority: Cambridgeshire
 
Contact Name: Anna-Marie Cooper
Contact Email: anna-marie.cooper@cambridgeshire.gov.uk
Contact Telephone: 01223 715322
 
Details: We are seeking to appoint clerks to deliver a high quality clerking service to support governing bodies in Cambridgeshire schools. The main duties of the post will include: producing agendas and minutes to a consistently high standard; providing advice to the governing body on governance legislation and procedural matters; planning and facilitating governing body meetings in consultation with the chair of governors and headteacher; maintaining records of governing body business and membership.
£10.71/hour plus a small homeworking allowance and a Camclerk allowance. 
Carrington Junior School

Carrington Junior School

Type of School: Community Primary School
Address: 4 Chapel Road, Flackwell Heath, High Wycombe, HP10 9EN
Local Authority: Buckinghamshire
 
Contact Name: Anne Sheddick
Contact Email: anne.sheddick@gmail.com
Contact Telephone: 07801 518768
 
Details: We are looking for an experienced clerk for our GB to clerk four FGB meetings pa and 1 Finance and 1 Education/curriculum committee per term. The job description is as described by NGA.  We keep all our documentation on Governor Hub and streamline administration in this way and support and training will be available via Buckinghamshire Learning Trust (governor services.) The clerk can be engaged on a contract or employed basis, reporting to the chair of governors. We anticipate a contract for approx 150 hours pa, term time only £2500-£3000 per annum depending on experience and whether self employed or employed.
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