CLERK TO GOVERNORS
To commence 1st May 2019 or as soon as possible.
Salary: Band G £12.37 – 13.72 per hour (increasing to £12.85 – £13.99 from 1st April 2019)
225 hours per year (allocated five hours per meeting (preparation of agenda and papers, attendance at the meeting and production of minutes). Hours may increase in the future dependant on the needs of the Trust.
Wickersley Partnership Trust are initially recruiting a Clerk to the Governing Bodies of 5 our primary schools to support 9 Local Governing Body meetings per school, per year.
The Clerk to the Governors is responsible for providing advice to the Local Governing Body on constitution, governance and procedural matters; effective administrative support; and managing information effectively in accordance with legal requirements.
You will work closely with Chairs of Governors and senior members of the leadership team in the Trust to agree priorities and objectives and how they can be best achieved. It is an interesting role sitting at the heart of each Local Governing Body, and can really add value to the smooth running and effectiveness of them.
Day time and evening work is required in attending Local Governing Body meetings at:
- Aston Hall Junior & Infant School
- Brinsworth Whitehill Primary
- Rawmarsh Ashwood Primary
- Rawmarsh Sandhill Primary
- Thrybergh Primary
Our ideal candidate will:
- be able to work collaboratively and supportively as part of a team
- have good listening, oral, literacy and IT skills
- be self-motivated, able to use your own initiative, manage 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
- be able to develop your own knowledge of relevant educational and statutory information
- operate with integrity, confidentiality and impartiality
- be open to change and learning, including your own personal professional development
In return, we will offer you happy and motivating work environments, supportive and inspiring colleagues and a commitment to making your experience successful and rewarding.
Wickersley Partnership 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: Friday 29th March 12 noon.
Interview date: to be arranged.
Please note that CV’s alone will not be accepted – you must complete an official application form to be considered for the post. Feedback will only be given at interview level, not on application forms. All appointments are subject to the receipt of satisfactory references.