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Job Vacancies: WAKEFIELD GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOUNDATION - Learning Resource Centre Manager

Actual Starting Salary £19,211.94,  with progression to £22,413.38.

Wakefield Girls’ High School Senior School (GSA Day School, 710 Girls 11 – 18 years) aims to give a good all round education to each pupil, encouraging academic excellence, nurturing talents, developing an individual's potential and emphasising traditional values in the modern context.  Our reputation as a centre of educational excellence and extracurricular activities is widely acknowledged in Yorkshire and beyond.   Ours is an extremely successful and happy school.  

Required from mid September or as soon after, an enthusiastic and qualified individual to join the staff of this very successful and happy school, as the new Learning Resource Centre Manager.

This is an exciting post and we are seeking an individual with vision and flair.  The successful candidate will be influential in the strategic development of the Learning Resource Centre. There is scope for innovation whilst working within a strong and supportive academic team.

The successful candidate should have a qualification in Librarianship or Information Studies, a flexible attitude, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, along with a proficiency in ICT.  Experience and genuine enjoyment of working with and relating to students aged 11 – 18 is also essential.

Hours of work are 37.5 per week Monday to Friday, 8.30 am to 5.00 pm, term time only plus an additional 2 weeks to be worked at the end of the summer term and immediately before the start of the autumn term.

As part of our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, the successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check.

Further details and an application form can be obtained from our website or:

Annette Casey

HR Manager

158 Northgate



t: 01924 231600

e: annette.casey[at]

Closing Date:  Friday, 24th July 2015

Interview Date: Tuesday, 18th August 2015

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