School Business Manager Administration - Full-time

St Bartholomew's Catholic Primary School, Swanley

  • Ref:KCC886-5214-22S
  • Posted:18/02/2021
  • Pay:Kr9-KR10 £29 000 - £39 000 negotiable
  • Start Date:1st April or as soon as possible after this
  • App Close Date:07/03/2021 at 21:00
  • Interviews:8th-9th March

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Following the retirement of our long-serving School Business Manager, St Bartholomew's is looking to appoint an experienced and effective full time SBM to join our friendly and committed team. 

Responsible for:

Leading and overseeing the transition to a new school’s finance package

Financial management and accounting processes including financial compliance

Health and Safety including site and premises services

Risk Management

Management of non-support staff

Management of third-party contracts and extended school service activities

Human resources

Catering

Admissions administration

The School Business Manager (SBM) will advise on and implement the day-to-day financial support that enables the school to operate lawfully, effectively and efficiently.

 

We offer

  • The opportunity to work in a school with a Christian ethos where the children are the first priority and the atmosphere is one of mutual support and encouragement.
  • The opportunity to work with the new headteacher (September 2020) to lead the school through an exciting process of change, development and innovation.
  • Hard-working children and staff
  • Commitment to ensuring the best for all children and staff
  • The opportunity to work as part of the team to maintain and develop the excellent reputation St Bartholomew’s enjoys

Information about the school

“Serve the Lord with Joy” is our school motto St. Bartholomew’s exists to: • Encourage the spiritual development of all pupils by helping each child to develop their relationship with God through prayer and worship; • To recognise the importance of forging links with the parish, home and local community; • To ensure that the highest educational standards are achieved in the light of the National Curriculum; • To recognise and encourage talent of all kinds and degrees and to endeavour to stretch the intellectual, creative and physical capacity of each child to work in an atmosphere of praise, encouragement and mutual respect from which self-discipline will arise; • To prepare children to adapt to demands of the changing world, show respect for other cultures and beliefs and equip them for their life.

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Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.