Salary: £24,496 – £30,151 per annum, pro rata to weeks worked

Shift hours: 37 hours per week

The Triumph Multi-Academy Trust is seeking to appoint an experienced and highly motivated person to fulfil the role of Office Manager at Courthouse Green Primary School.  The school was recently judged as outstanding by Ofsted (July 2023).  This is an exciting role for someone with a strong administrative background, to manage the administrative functions of the school, and to support staff to continue to deliver the best possible outcomes for our children.

Work Pattern

37 hours per week

Term time plus 10 days (40 weeks)


Key Roles will include:

•             To manage the provision of an efficient administration service to the school, focusing on customer service and providing a professional and welcoming environment to visitors, staff and children.

•             To provide support to the Operations Manager and senior leaders as required.

•             To direct and line manage the admin team and oversee their well being and professional development

•             Direct the workload and quality assure the effectiveness of the admin team.

•             To be responsible for ensuring all administrative functions are carried out efficiently and within specified deadlines.

•             Be pro-active in maximising funding for the school, for example via free school meal applications.

•             To complete and submit pupil and workforce census, liaising with staff and other stakeholders to ensure data is accurate and up to date.

•             To manage absence and sickness procedures in the morning, including arranging cover as necessary.


We can offer you:

•             An environment where children and adults thrive and you can be proud of the work that you do to make a difference to our children.

•             A happy and calm school that puts relationships first; children, staff and parents all report that they are happy and value the work that Courthouse  Green does.

•             Every day will be different; a fulfilling role with lots of support but also challenge!

•             The opportunity to work in a supportive and effective well established team of professionals.

•             A strong culture of CPD to develop your career working within the school and across the Trust and to work in partnership with and share good practice amongst other schools.

At Courthouse Green we work as a team to ensure that all of our children achieve the best quality learning experiences that we can provide. We work together to provide support and professional challenge to ensure that all adults and children are happy and thrive. We are a school that expects the best of everyone because our children deserve the very best . Our school promotes an enthusiasm for learning and achievement. We provide our staff with high quality CPD opportunities in order that we can all be the best that we can be.


Visits to the school are encouraged.  Please make an appointment by calling the school on 024 7668 8022 and asking for Jenny MacDonald.

To apply, please download the application form and return to rgreen@triumphtrust.co.uk  

Closing date:  Monday 9th October 2023 at 12.00 noon

Interview date:  TBC

The Trust is committed to safeguarding children and promoting children’s welfare. This post is subject to all the relevant pre-employment checks set out in Keeping Children Safe in Education, including an enhanced DBS certificate with a barred-list check.

Following recommendations from Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) for an additional pre-employment check with effect 1 Sept 2022, please note, an online search may form part of this recruitment process.

The Trust will take all reasonably practicable steps to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all employees and any other person that enter the school or are affected by the activity undertaken, in line with statutory compliance.  All employees are required, to adhere to the Trust’s policies and procedures to protect themselves and others around them.  Health and safety does not stand alone; it is embedded into daily practice, in line with relevant health and safety legislation, safeguarding and Ofsted requirements.

Post holders will be accountable for carrying out all duties and responsibilities with due regard to the Trust’s Equal Opportunities Policy.

In accordance with the GDPR UK regulations, duties which include processing of any personal data must be undertaken within the scope of the Trust’s Data Protection policy.

Reference: coventrycc/TP/189/8287

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