£25000.00 - £30000.00 per annum
Permanent | Full Time
TLTP are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic professional to lead the Admin/HR provision in a thriving school in Margate, Kent. The successful candidate will have a genuine passion for the values and purpose of the organisation - creating the best life chances for young people through educational provision. This role requires exceptional communication skills, strong organisational skills and a desire to contribute to the wider life of the school.
As the Admin/HR Officer, you will provide the delivery of a proactive, effective and efficient day to day Admin and HR service, undertaking duties across a range of activities including reception, payroll and data management, reporting, compliance, recruitment and selection, HR Policy guidance and associated HR administration. You will also provide admin support for the SLT team.
HR Systems, Data and People Management
To lead on the day-to-day HR service for the school, working collaboratively with others within the admin team
To manage the HR Information System and payroll information to ensure that electronic and paper-based employee records are accurate and up to date and which meets Ofsted standards. This will include responsibility for data entry, regular and ad hoc reporting, and an annual data cleansing exercise
To maintain an accurate and up-to-date Single Central Register (SCR) in accordance with the Keeping Children Safe in Education Regulations and Ofsted
Provide first point of contact support on all school HR and data policies, processes and system queries
Produce a range of HR letters and correspondence (e.g., variation to contract letters, maternity, holiday entitlement) from standard templates
Supporting with Disciplinary, Grievance, Capability and Appeal processes, including organising meetings, preparing packs for attendees, note taking and outcome letters
To monitor and process fixed term contracts, staff changes, and staff leaving documentation and arrange exit interviews
Support the senior leadership team in robustly managing and supporting employees in line with our Policies, including liaising with Occupational Health, Trade Unions and other outside agencies
Co-ordinate the annual Appraisal process, ensuring that managers complete meetings and associated appraisal records effectively and timely
Co-ordinate the staff induction process and ensure the probation process is managed effectively
Applicants must undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and an enhanced DBS disclosure. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community.
Information about the school
This is a small non-maintained specialist school created to provide an inclusive and therapeutic learning environment for young people, aged 8-18, who are unable to access mainstream education and where the primary need is support for SEMH.
Apply now or call Ronni on 0208 709 6540 for more information!
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