Head of MIS
Salary: £40,000 - £45,000 per annum
Role: Permanent or Interim
Our client is an award-winning school based in a very desirable area of West London. The school prides itself on providing an award-winning education and first-class pastoral care.
They are now looking to hire a Head of Management Information Systems (MIS).
As Head of MIS you will provide the school with high quality reliable learner data to support the
school with management decision making and provide its stakeholders with regular timely and accurate updates, statistical analysis and management reporting.
Administration and organisation of all aspects of MIS in accordance with latest regulations, procedures and deadline laid down by external organisations such as DfE and Ofsted.
Line management of Data, Attendance and Admissions,
Target-setting, monitoring, analysis, evaluation and intervention data, including additional needs provision including access arrangements, social, emotional, behavioural, EAL and G&T data.
Proactively facilitate the use of data by all staff.
Ensure that all relevant external returns meet the deadlines set (including Census) To research and keep up to date with changes to MIS policy and practice.
The successful candidate will be proficient in the use of SIMS and have a detailed knowledge of MIS and School Census. Previous experience of data analysis within the education sector is a must, ideally Primary and Secondary Schools. Additionally, having experience of examinations and regulations would be preferred.
As Head of MIS you will need to be confident with all aspects of ICT and have extensive experience using software such as Microsoft Office and Google Documents.
Our client is happy to consider people on both an interim and permanent basis.
Farrer Barnes Ltd does not discriminate on the grounds of age, race, gender, disability, creed or sexual orientation and complies with all relevant UK legislation. Farrer Barnes Ltd acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers.