The role played by support staff is absolutely critical to the ongoing success of any good school – and this is certainly the case at OHS. As such, we recognise and value the fundamental importance of our support staff – whether that’s our maintenance team, catering staff or various admin teams. Wherever you work, therefore, and whatever your specialism, you can rely on being valued, supported and rewarded and supported. 

With fantastic benefits, a challenging and stimulating workplace and the opportunity to make a difference in girls’ lives, OHS is a truly wonderful place to work.

After School Care Supervisor

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After School Care Supervisor

Required from: ASAP
Contract term: Zero Hours Contract
Hours: Thursday-Friday 16:00-18:15
Salary: £10 per hour

The role:

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic After School Care Supervisor for our Senior School, to start as soon as possible.  We are looking for someone to provide the normal duties that a responsible adult will be capable of providing in the absence of other staff.

In particular we are looking for someone who has experience of teenage children, perhaps through having been a parent themselves.  It is not necessary to have previous experience of having worked in a school, though an ability to demonstrable evidence of establishing positive relationships with children and young people would be a decided advantage.

The successful candidate will have an enthusiastic ‘can do’ approach; eager to go the extra mile to ensure our girls receive the highest standards of care and safekeeping.

Your hours of work will be 16:00 – 18:15 Monday to Friday. A degree of flexibility with your working arrangements is required from time to time to assist us in meeting the needs of the busy school calendar.

Oxford High School is a happy and vibrant place to work: our girls are highly motivated and behaviour is excellent. From our youngest Year 7 pupils through to Year 13, there is a sense of pride at being part of the Oxford High community. The School provides a broad and inspiring education through its curriculum and ethos.

To apply for this vacancy please complete an application form and submit to the Head, Dr Helen Stringer, at vacancies@oxf.gdst.net

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The GDST are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

 

Marketing & Admissions Assistant

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Marketing & Admissions Assistant

Required from: ASAP
Contract term: 1 Year FTC with the possibility of permanent
Hours: Full time
Salary: £17,500 – £24,000 plus benefits (depending on experience)

The role:

This is an exciting opportunity to use your first class organisational and administrative skills to play an important role in the admissions and marketing processes of a leading independent day school based in the heart of Oxford.

You will be a key member in assisting the Director of Marketing and Senior Admissions Registrar in the administration of Oxford High School’s marketing and admissions activities. Some responsibilities include: supporting the smooth running and successful completion of the admissions process, from initial enquiry through to the pupil joining the School, as well as contributing to the positive promotion and marketing of the School in the local and wider community.

You will need excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to maintain a high level of efficiency and attention to detail. You will also need to be a competent user of the Microsoft Office suite packages and databases. You must have a professional and friendly demeanour and be able to handle pressured situations calmly.

Experience in office administration, customer service and/or marketing or communications related roles is desirable.

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The closing date for applications is Friday 31st January 2020 at 9am
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 4th February 2020

The GDST are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

About Oxford High School

Since its foundation over 140 years ago in the heart of Oxford’s historic city centre, Oxford High School has been innovative and pioneering in its approach to girls’ education.

Today, Oxford High School is a happy and vibrant place to work: our girls are highly motivated and ambitious, supportive yet self-aware. From our youngest Reception pupils through to our longest-serving members of staff, there is a real sense of pride at being part of the Oxford High community.

As well as our commitment to girls’ education, we are committed to investing in our staff’s personal development through training and learning initiatives and via the GDST network.

As part of the Girls’ Day School Trust, the leading and largest group of independent girls’ schools in the UK, we offer a variety of benefits, which include:

  • Competitive salaries and pay progression
  • Access to extensive professional development opportunities
  • Training grants for qualifications
  • Generous pension schemes
  • Free life assurance benefit
  • Free school lunches
  • A discount of up to 50% on fees for children at GDST schools

Oxford High School and the GDST (Charity No 306983) are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service

Come and see for yourself

We are always happy to welcome you for a visit to our school, so that you can see for yourself how our girls learn, flourish and excel. Check for the next open morning or get in touch.

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