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helping children and families of the Inner East area of Leeds to thrive and succeed both in their home and school environments


We're  recruiting!


We're recruiting to two posts Cluster Admin Officer (30 hours a week, term time only) and Cluster Attendance Officer (37 hours a week, term time only + 10 days).

The closing date for completed applications for both posts is 5pm, 26 September 2021.

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Cluster Admin Officer, Term Time Only Salary B1 (pro rata  £12,876 - £13,401)

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to be part of a collaborative team working with schools and partners offering co-ordinated support for children, young people and their families? The Inner East Cluster is looking for a suitably qualified Administrative Officer, with a true enjoyment of office duties, to join our multi-professional team. The successful candidate will be a proactive, self-starter with excellent organisational skills, a positive can-do attitude, good communication and excellent customer service skills. This is a busy and varied role and the successful candidate must be able to use their initiative, work independently, prioritise tasks and meet multiple deadlines. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. If you would like to discuss the post in more detail please contact Diane Walker, Cluster Leader on 0113 3782202 for an informal chat. Otherwise check out full details including a job pack here.

Cluster Attendance Officer, Term Time Only + 10 hours Salary SO1 (pro rata £24,444 - £26,059)

We are looking for a second Attendance Officer to join our team. You should have proven experience of engaging and working with children, young people and families experiencing attendance and punctuality challenges. You will have a thorough understanding of the barriers families face to accessing education. You must be a team player with experience of working in partnerships, a thorough understanding of Early Help assessment and good interpersonal skills. As well as working with a range of staff across 14 Inner East schools, you will build relationships with a wide variety of agencies to ensure the right level of support is delivered and available for families to improve attendance. You must be highly organised, analytical and able to keep detailed records and case notes. This is a varied, challenging and rewarding role; working as part of a cluster targeted response for children, young people and their families. You will need to be flexible with your working hours to accommodate home visits before and after school. For more information please contact Sarah Hunter on 07891 277232. Otherwise check out full details including a job pack here.