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EXAMINATIONS OFFICER - Spring Term 2019
Salary Scale: QEGS 5.1 – QEGS 5.5 (£21,833 - £24,839)
We seek a committed and conscientious Examinations Officer to join us in early 2019. This important post holder will manage all aspects of the arrangement and administration of internal and external examinations.
The post holder will need to keep up to date with the necessary policies, procedures and requirements needed to meet awarding bodies’ regulations. Applicants will have a keen eye for detail, a methodical approach and will have previous experience in a similar role with administration and compliance experience. Strong organisational skills and self-motivation are essential
This post is full time and benefits from a contributory pension scheme and 24 days annual leave per year (rising to 27 after 5 years).
For further information and to download an application pack please visit www.queenelizabeths.kent.sch.uk or telephone the School Office.
Please complete and return the School Application and Ethnicity Forms.
Closing date: Midday, Friday 25th January
Interviews: Wednesday 30th January
Abbey Place, Faversham, Kent ME13 7BQ
Tel. 01795 533132 Fax. 01795 538474
921 on roll (223 in sixth form)
Headteacher: David Anderson
Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including DBS checks.
Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School is a forward thinking co-educational selective school set in the heart of the historic market town of Faversham. With 985 pupils and over 100 staff it is a thriving educational community where every student strives to do their very best in a supportive, friendly yet stimulating environment. We promote the values of respect and cooperation. Alongside our innovative curriculum we offer a broad range of additional opportunities for students to engage in beyond the classroom.
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