- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
37.00 per week
- Working Week
Monday - Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
- Employment Type
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Description of Opportunity
We are seeking to appoint an Administrative Apprentice. Experience of working in a busy office environment is desirable. You will be the face of our school providing a professional service to staff, families and their children, whilst also providing an efficient and effective administrative service under the direction of the School Careers Advisor.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Alice Bell
firstname.lastname@example.org - SHEFFIELD COLLEGE, THE (Ref ID: VAC001786855)
GCSE A*-C / 9-4 English & maths or equivalent
At least two years’ experience of working in a busy office environment would be desirable
Practical experience of telephone network systems, Word processing programmes and other related computer systems including Microsoft Outlook
The ability to converse at ease with members of the public and students and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential to the role
Understanding of customer care
Ability to deal with regular interruptions
Ability to maintain a positive approach while working under pressure
Attention to detail
Excellent written and verbal communication
Maintain confidentiality and integrity at all times
Excellent interpersonal skills – able to deal effectively with a wide range of people at all levels
Flexible and able to adapt to change
Ability to support colleagues and cover roles as and when required
A pleasant disposition and ability to stay calm under pressure
Demonstrate a positive team approach to work
Methodical approach to work tasks with key emphasis on accuracy
Ability to work on own initiative
To have a willingness to participate in the whole school approach to mentoring students and play an active role as directed by line manager
An understanding of safeguarding issues and promoting the welfare of children and young people.
A commitment to safeguarding students
Suitability to work with children
A commitment to equal opportunities
Ability to recognise discrimination and willingness to put Equality Policies into practice
Candidates will require to complete a supplementary application form after pre-screening which will be directed to Ecclesfield School
A successful DBS Check prior to appointment is also required
We aim to enable all colleagues to fulfil their potential
We are partnered in Initial Teacher Training with Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield University. We aim to support new colleagues, be they NQTs or more experienced teachers or support staff, via an induction programme and mentoring scheme which can be tailored to meet their needs
We aspire to achieve individual and collective excellence in all that we do through nurturing every student’s unique potential, expanding their horizons and promoting their understanding of the invaluable contributions they can make as citizens in a global society.
By fostering our students’ spirit of engagement, adventure and ingenuity, we will nurture all young people as fully-rounded individuals, providing them with the challenge and support they require to succeed. We will protect their childhoods, allowing our learners to carry their innate creativity, inquisitiveness and sense of wonder about the world throughout their lives.
Ecclesfield School recognises the importance of students leading rich and diverse lives and will encourage them to seize the opportunities available to them as a means of celebrating the joy and brief wonder of being young.
As staff at Ecclesfield School, we recognise the privilege we enjoy in working with every member of our community. We see it as our public duty to serve this community and to deliver for the students of High Green, Chapeltown and Ecclesfield outstanding outcomes and extraordinary experiences.