Music Department Administrator (Part-Time)

Oundle School

Job Title / Role: Music Department Administrator (Part-Time)

Location: Oundle

Type: Part Time

Contact: Vania Murphy

Job Description:

The Department

Oundle School’s Music Department consists of 8 full-time members of staff and 44 part-time visiting instrumental teachers. Around 950 instrumental lessons are taught each week.

The role

You will provide comprehensive administrative support, and be the first contact point for, around 50 music staff, the parents and pupils, and visitors, whilst communicating with the wider Oundle Staff body with all instrumental lesson matters, finance and billing. You will liaise closely with the Music Department Administrator - Performance before departure each day.

Many of the duties are in consultation with the Director of Music and the department staff, but responsibility is given for many projects beyond this and it is envisaged the Administrator would want to be involved in decision making and be willing to contribute ideas. You should be able to contribute to the friendly and supportive ethos of the department.

The requirements

You will be educated to at least GCSE with competent English, have intermediate level Word Processing, and at least a basic numerical knowledge. General administrative / secretarial experience is essential, as is competency in Microsoft Office and an ability to learn new software packages. A team player with excellent communication skills, you will have the ability to work well under pressure and demonstrate a good eye for detail.

The details

To start as soon as possible (subject to notice period and pre-employment checks), you will work 25 hours per week 09:00-14:00, Monday to Friday. This role is to work Oundle School Term time plus 10 days, which 35 weeks per annum. Salary is £11,969 per annum (FTE £25,398) and will be paid each month throughout the year.

The benefits

In addition to excellent working conditions within a welcoming team, we offer the following:

• Group Personal Pension Plan
• Life Assurance scheme
• BUPA Wellbeing Expenses Plan
• Access to some discounted tickets to the Stahl Theatre and Music Productions
• Discounted membership of the Sports Centre and swimming pool
• Cycle to Work scheme
• Free light lunch available for staff during School term times

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. You will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

How to Apply: Download an application form at the link below and email it to [email protected] A member of our recruitment team will be in touch shortly after the application closing date of 24 August 2021 (8.30am). Interviews will be held on 30 August 2021.