SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGER
Salary Range: Grade G-H equivalent to £40,979 to £49,900 per annum pro rata (£45,157 - £54,975 FTE) dependent on experience
Hours: 36 hours a week, term time only, plus two weeks in the holidays
Starting in November
This is a permanent post subject to a successful probationary period
We are looking to recruit a School Business Manager to join our federation. This role is for an experienced SBM who wants to take the next step in their development, responsibility, and impact, and who:
Our schools are one-form-entry Church of England primary schools situated in North Kensington. At St Thomas’ we are sited in a beautiful new building which is well-resourced and we are proud to say that we achieved an outstanding Ofsted judgment in November 2014. St Clement & St James joined our Federation in September 2019 and has benefited from a shared senior leadership team who are ensuring it strives for excellence while keeping its own unique village school feel.
We invite applications for the role of school business manager. We wish to appoint a committed person who enjoys working in a busy office environment. You should have strong organisational skills, the ability to work under pressure, initiative and adaptability. You will join and work alongside our established leadership team and build upon our successes.
You will receive excellent professional development and be part of a supportive, dedicated team. You can find out more about our schools from our website www.stfed.rbkc.sch.uk
Please contact Gericia Pacquette (email@example.com or 0207 603 9225/0208 969 2810) to learn more about the post available and to arrange a visit to see just how fantastic our schools are.
Please note we do not accepts CVs. If you would like to be considered for the role, you must complete an application form which can be found below.
The position requires an enhanced DBS disclosure.
Closing date: Monday 10th October at noon
Shortlisting: Thursday 13th October
Interviews: Tuesday 18th October
Every member of staff, regardless of their role, is a leader. Each adult in school focuses on their own learning as a teacher and on the outcomes for the students they teach. This brings opportunities to make decisions that significantly impact on teaching, learning and whole-school development. There must be a collective commitment to foster continuous improvement. In doing so we will all promote and sustain success for our schools and classrooms which serve a range of pupils from advantaged and disadvantaged communities.
Leadership which improves the quality of classroom teaching and ensures resources are directed at priorities which positively impact pupil outcomes delivers a high return for the funding invested. This is because the improvement of a smaller group of influential leaders, has an impact on a much larger group, the entire staff.
St Thomas’ Federation is committed to ensuring the welfare and safety of all our children in school. We believe that pupils have a right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment which includes the right to protection from all types of abuse; where staff are vigilant for signs of any pupil in distress and are confident about applying the safeguarding processes to avert and alleviate any such problems.
Safeguarding is about ensuring that everyone is safe from harm – safe from bullying, safe from people who could abuse, safe from discrimination or harassment – and that we all feel safe in our environment.
Our schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.