Part-time - Average 22.5 Hours per week, some flexibility by discussion

Working in a Multi-Academy Trust with over 900 staff across 15 schools, you will need to learn fast and be pro-active, as you will be part of a busy HR team in an innovative and continually evolving environment, which places importance on people to inspire and collaborate to transform life chances for pupils through excellent learning and teaching.

Responding to system queries you will soon become a super user, reviewing processes, inputting, extracting, manipulating and checking data using your Excel advanced skills, producing reports, completing surveys and other system work.  In addition, you will support the wider HR team, with tasks varying across the year.  Typical tasks include supporting recruitment, updating documents and web pages, servicing meetings, answering calls, managing online filing systems and the administration of the HR manual.  It is important you are adaptable to the demands of the role and able to juggle priorities to ensure the HR team provide a professional service, that adds value and maintains robust systems and procedures to ensure equity in all we do.

As a natural team player who enjoys variety in their work and supporting others, you must have a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, with strong computer skills.

What we can offer you:

  • A small and supportive team, enabling wider engagement in the Trust
  • Opportunities to learn and develop your knowledge and skills in a growing organisation
  • Local government pension scheme
  • TOTUM membership – discounts on wide range of services and products
  • 24/7 information and guidance from Care first – for your health and wellbeing
  • Access to a breadth of workshops and training

Informal enquiries are welcomed by Louise Birch, HR Manager via email at  

The Trust offers a safe working environment, meeting government guidelines to protect staff during Covid-19 pandemic, which means you may be required to work remotely at times.  This position requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check; undertaken by the University on appointment.