Data Officer
The Leigh UTC and Inspiration Academy

Job reference: 001938

Location: The Leigh UTC and Inspiration Academy

Closing date: 27/03/2019

Salary: Full-time equivalent £20,519, actual salary £14,741 per annum to reflect part-time working

Employment type: Permanent

Department: Data / Exams

Hours per week: 30 hours per week, Term Time + 3 weeks inset

Start Date: As soon as possible

About the role:  The Leigh UTC and Inspiration Academy have a fantastic opportunity and are seeking to appoint a Data Officer to join us.  Reporting directly into the Senior Leadership Team, our successful candidate will be able to demonstrate prior data experience with sound knowledge of data processes within schools including comprehensive use of systems and reporting.  The working basis of this role is 30 hours per week during Term Time, plus three additional weeks during inset/school holiday periods.   We can be flexible with how the 30 hours are split worked through the week depending on the successful candidate's preference and commitments.  The successful candidate will be meticulous, enthusiastic and able to manage a busy workload with excellent IT skills.  The key skill we are looking for is excellent Microsoft Excel skills as training will be provided on other aspects of the role.

The remuneration offered for this position is an actual annual salary £14,741 (this is pro rated from a full time equivalent salary of £20,519).  Please consult the Job Description by clicking here for further information.  

Working with us: Having opened in September 2014 with state-of-the-art facilities originally for Key Stage 4 and 5, The Leigh UTC provides an exciting, innovative, business-led, problem-solving curriculum, enabling students to achieve relevant work-related qualifications and transferable skills for future training or employment. The most unique feature of The Leigh UTC is its business ethos that are emphasised by our students' behaviours and supported by our sponsors.

In September 2017, following the request of the Department for Education due to our continued success, The Leigh UTC marked history by expanding its student intake to incorporate Key Stage 3 – the first UTC in the UK to do this.  Furthermore, being the first UTC to have IB World School Status has enabled us to develop strong links in Germany and Qatar.  Having IB Status will enable us to further develop the mid years programme (MYP) for our Key Stage 3 students and thus providing a joined up pathway from ages 11 to 19.  The overarching mission of the Inspiration Academy is to develop curious, academically-skilled young people who aspire to be principled, compassionate learners.  Our curriculum strives to create students who are self-motivated, competent, willing to take risks and lifelong learners.

Recent Ofsted success!  We have recently been judged as Good with Outstanding Leadership in our first inspection since opening.  Our key successes and features that our successful candidate can be part of are as follows; 
- The promotion of pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding
- Pupils, including the disadvantaged and those who have special educational needs and/or disabilities, catch up from previous underachievement and make strong and often rapid progress in a range of subjects and disciplines
- Application to learning is often exemplary
- The Leigh UTC makes a real difference for its pupils and surrounding area. Pupils become motivated to find and follow their passions. They leave well equipped to succeed in engineering and related technical and design careers and contribute to the economy.
- The Principal, with his leaders and staff team, model a high-quality working environment. This rubs off on pupils, who value the supportive ethos, work-like atmosphere.


Being part of the Leigh Academies Trust:  Being part of a successful multi-academy trust allows the academy to share best practice and collaborate with colleagues from a number of other academies in the local area.  As part of the 'cluster' structure all of our academies are grouped together in key geographical area to enable them to be able to support each other and share resources.  It also offers staff better access to career opportunities as the Trust is committed to developing and promoting from within wherever possible.  We also want the Trust to be an organisation where people can enjoy teaching and become the type of teacher they aspire to be.  For more information on working for the Trust please visit our careers pages.

Diversity at our core:  As a Trust we are passionate about diversity and recognise that as individuals we all bring something unique to the role regardless of age, gender, race, beliefs or disabilities which is why we treat all of our people equally, without compromise.

The academy is committed to safeguarding children and successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check.  Our commitment to safeguarding is underpinned by robust processes and checks which are in place across the Trust.


The closing date for this job has now passed.