Staff Operations Officer 2022 Apply Now




  • Dagenham, London (Greater)


  • £24,473 to £28,022 (FTE)


  • October 5, 2022




Part-time job

Statement type

Job vacancy


General, School Management, Administrator, School Support, Schools

Work function


Level of work

Experienced (Non-Manager)

Job Details 

Role: Staff Operations Officer (required experience in HR and payroll)

Working hours: 35 hours per week, semester time only (hours by agreement)

  • (with flexibility to work up to two weeks during school holidays, applying for relevant hours)

Salary: Grade 6 - SO1 (depends on experience)

  • Approximately £24,473 to £28,022 (equivalent to £28,470 - £32,112 full-time)

Required: As soon as possible

  • Please note that only fully completed applications will be considered. Due to our security procedures, we do not accept resumes.


This is a great opportunity to join a very successful school as part of a friendly and very hardworking department. Established as a brand new school in 2002, we moved into our award-winning £30m accommodation in 2005. The school is within easy reach of central London via the District Line yet only a few minutes' drive from the Essex countryside.

The School is committed to providing both teaching and non-teaching staff with the most appropriate and effective support to ensure that their professional development needs are fully met and that the opportunities offered to them are very challenging. Wednesday afternoons are dedicated to further education and the school has a very good record of staff development; almost a third of Heads of Department and Heads of Year joined the school as NQTs, as did Two members of the Senior Leadership Team. Please visit the 'join us as a member of staff' page of our award-winning website to find out more about what makes JRCS such a special place to work. The well-being of employees is important to us, we are a caring and supportive school. Employee turnover is low and employees enjoy being part of our welcoming and friendly community.

In 2021/22 JRCS achieved another set of excellent results at both KS4 and KS5. 64% of our students achieved Level 4+ in both English and Maths and 48% achieved Level 5 in both English and Maths. Our score of 8 is 5.0 and this represents good progress for our students. At KS5 our grade A*-C was 87%; we also achieved an average grade of A level B-. Our VET students have achieved an average BTEC* honours. Our Sixth Form continues to work with four other schools to provide the highest quality post-16 educational pathways for our students.

We pride ourselves on being a truly inclusive school and this is actively supported by our motto 'Success for All'. Academic rigor goes hand-in-hand with a commitment to extra-curricular activities and we offer our students a wide range of study opportunities both in and out of the classroom. Our wide range of extra-curricular activities, together with trips to Rome, Berlin, France, Borneo, the First World War trenches at Ypres, skiing in the USA and our highly regarded Duke of Edinburgh program is second to none, ensuring all students have the opportunity to expand their academic, social and cultural experiences outside the classroom. New employees are encouraged to participate in field trips.

The school's most recent OFSTED report described the school as good, with excellent leadership and management and excellent spiritual, moral, social and cultural provision; this judgment was reinforced at our last Section 8 review in November 2017.

Click the Sign Up button to find out more and sign up to our website for more details about the school, this post, a link to our recent Ofsted report and the application process itself. All applications should be submitted online by clicking on the "Apply Now" link.

Closing date: Wednesday 5 October 2022 at midnight

Interviews: Thursday 13 October 2022

JRCS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will need to apply for an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Director: Lisa Keane

Patron: The Rt Hon Baroness Betty Boothroyd

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