Graduate Admin Assistant


Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-53899
Location: Barnet, Greater London N20 UK
Job Type: Contract
Salary £500 to £600 per Week

Are you looking for your next role in admin? Do you have a desire to work within a school environment?

Have you got a strong educational background and are looking for a dynamic role to showcase your skillset?

If you are interested in working within a school, we have an exceptional Graduate Admin Assistant in the Barnet area.

Graduate Admin Assistant – The Role

  • Incredible scope for growth
  • 3 days per week initially
  • Training and support
  • Working hours that promote positive work life balance
  • Working alongside amazing and dedicated head teacher
  • Encompass student facing aspects

Graduate Admin Assistant – Person Specification

  • Organised and dedicated person
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Able to represent school values
  • Graduate from good university
  • Passion for working with children

Graduate Admin Assistant – About the School

  • Based in Barnet, North London
  • Aspirational school looking to promote the best out of their students
  • ‘Outstanding’ senior management team
  • Lovely, passionate, and dedicated headteacher

Start your application today to join this outstanding team and start your journey as a Educational Admin. Click ‘apply now’ to send your CV to Andrew at i-teachers and apply for this incredible Educational Admin role

Posted On: 11/11/2021
Recruiter: i-teachers





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