- Newhill Primary School, Blairgowrie Community Campus, Elm Drive, Blairgowrie, PH10 6UZ
- £18,632 - £20,643 per year
- Contract Type:
- Fixed Term
- Position Type:
- Term Time Part Time
- 33.5 hours per week
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Campus Supervisor - PKC07967 (Fixed Term until 4 November 2022)
£18,632 - £20,643 (33.5 Hours per week)
Blairgowrie Community Campus
An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and driven individual to join our staff team as cover for a secondment.
As Campus Supervisor, you will lead the business & administrative support for all school, campus & community related aspects, both during and after the school day, ensuring an ongoing quality of provision at Blairgowrie Community Campus (BCC). You will be line managed by the Head Teacher / Campus Leader.
BCC is an extremely busy, fast-paced environment. It is a unique dual-school campus consisting of one of PKC’s largest non-denominational primary schools, Newhill PS, a separate denominational primary school, St Stephen’s RCPS and an Early Learning and Childcare Centre, Newhill Nursery. BCC is the largest primary campus within our council. In addition, throughout the school day, the campus is used as a PKC venue for meetings and out with school hours, the campus is open to the public for a wide range of activities and events.
Both schools at Blairgowrie Community Campus are overseen by separate Head Teachers with their own Vision, Values and Aims. The support provided is tailored specifically, consisting at times of separate procedures, systems and protocols that meet the expectations and requirements of the children and families within each school community, allowing them to retain their own unique, individual identity.
Blairgowrie is a town with an inherent community focus. There are several locally run groups and activities aimed at bringing the children and families together, many of which take place at Blairgowrie Community Campus out with school hours.
Due to its location, Blairgowrie is a popular commuter town, particularly for residents who work in Perth or Dundee. Due to this, there has been significant expansion to the Blairgowrie area, resulting in an increase in residential properties. The pupil roll at BCC is large, with over 600 pupils currently and is continuing to grow in line with the increasing demand for property in the area.
Working as part of the Campus Management Team at Blairgowrie Community Campus, the Campus Supervisor job purpose is:
• To assist, advise and participate as a full member of the Campus Management team and Community Campus Management Group to develop policy and strategy.
• To ensure the continuous improvement and implementation of a comprehensive admin, financial, management information and staffing service within the establishment.
• To ensure provision for developing relevant staff (including employee review and development).
• To lead a team of staff to ensure the provision of high quality, integrated services.
• To liaise closely with appropriate school, authority and other managers and staff.
• In conjunction with the Head Teacher/ Campus leader be responsible for all Health & Safety issues within the campus
• To oversee the booking / letting of campus space, taking into account school and community use requirements and corporate letting policy.
• To liaise with appropriate services to co-ordinate the use of physical resources, such as computer hardware, audio visual and sound/light equipment and furniture, taking into account school and community requirements.
• To manage and implement council protocols for the use, maintenance, repair and replacement of equipment, and consumables by both school and community.
• To advise and liaise with MITIE, LAL, Tayside Contracts and other service providers on school and community aspects of facility usage as necessary.
• To deputise for the Campus Leader for community campus functions, when required
Knowledge & Experience
There is an expectation that shortlisted applicants will meet the requirements below:
• Experience of working in a busy school or other educational environment at a supervisory/management level.
• Have a strong track record of leading, developing and managing others.
• You will be able to demonstrate your ability to use your initiative and suggest improvements to procedures.
• You must be educated to a good level
• The ability to collate, organise, analyse and interpret statistical information.
• You must be able to demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills
• You must have effective organisational skills and experience of ICT
• You must have the ability to work to deadlines and under pressure
• You will have project management experience.
• A working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of packages, with a working knowledge of information management systems. The main systems you will use are Seemis, Groupcall, Parentpay, PECOS, Integra, Seesaw, GL Assessments, My View, MRM and the Parents’ Evening System.
• You will have financial, budget and monitoring experience, with extensive knowledge of DSM, PEF budgets and maintenance/ reconciliation of school fund.
• You will have experience of ensuring compliance with statutory and legal requirements set out within ECS financial policies and guidelines.
• You will have knowledge of GDPR and Freedom of Information regulations.
• You will have experience of dealing with complex staffing issues including contracts, vacancy/recruitment processes, employment and payroll, HR , occupational health and My View
• You will have excellent problem solving skills and the ability to multi-task, whilst ensuring quality of work / service provided is not compromised.
• You will be self-motivated and have the ability to work with minimum supervision and to meet tight deadlines
• You must be able to cope with the demands of the job and attend on a regular basis
• You must have an awareness of Health & Safety issues as they affect you and others and comply with all the relevant Health & Safety legislation
• You must be able to treat pupils, colleagues, parents and the community in accordance with the Council’s policies on equalities and dignity at work
• You must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
• You must be able to communicate effectively with colleagues and pupils
• Ideally you will be willing to be involved in the school community life
• You must show a readiness to reflect upon and evaluate your work activities
• You must be able to demonstrate that you can both work individually and as part of a team
We are looking for an outstanding, enthusiastic, and motivated individual who can inspire others in their team. The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate consistent leadership, creativity and organisational skills, as well as the qualities of perseverance and positivity.
You should have experience of leading and managing a team and providing an excellent level of support to others. As the successful candidate, you will be self-motivated, with a track record of forming and developing excellent relationships and collaborative working practices. You will also have excellent communication skills and have experience of positively engaging colleagues, the public and external partners.
Above all, the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate excellent people skills to support in the range of relationships with staff, pupils, parents and campus customers.
The success of Blairgowrie Community Campus is built on respectful relationships, strong partnership working, a culture of self-evaluation for improvement and effective leadership at all levels.
For further information, please contact Elizabeth Douglas on 01250 871941 or Simon McKell 01250 871950.
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