Astra Teaching School Hub, Buckinghamshire

Start Date: July or September 2023

Salary: £19,541 – £20,828 pa (32 hours/week)

£22,899 – £24,407 pa (37.5 hours/week)

(starting salary commensurate with experience) plus generous pension scheme.

Contract: Permanent

Hours per week: 32 – 37.5 hours (negotiable), 5 days/week

Working weeks per year: 41 weeks (Term Time plus 2 weeks)

We have an exciting opportunity for an Assessment Only and SCITT Recruitment Officer to play a key support role in the Astra Teaching School Hub – Buckinghamshire. The successful candidate will support the team with the coordination of the Astra Assessment Only provision as well as the recruitment of trainee teachers to the Astra SCITT.

You should be an effective administrator and communicator, with good IT skills and high standards of accuracy. You will have experience of working in recruitment and/or administration, and experience working within a school environment would be an advantage, although is not essential. Working hours can range from 32 – 37.5 per week (negotiable).

This is an opportunity to join a highly successful organisation as we embed the next stage of our development. The Teaching School Hub works closely with over 200 schools in Buckinghamshire to provide superb training and development for teachers. The school also runs the Astra SCITT, judged Outstanding by Ofsted in 2018, which is a highly successful teacher training enterprise, training up to 80 teachers a year, with placements in schools across the county.

Application Details

For more information about the Astra Teaching School Hub – Buckinghamshire please click here

If you would like to discuss the role further please contact Stephanie Rodgers, Astra Principal, at

Closing date: Wednesday 24 May 2023, 9am.

Interviews will take place on Monday 5 June 2023

Suitable shortlisted candidates may be called for interview before the closing date.

To apply for the post, please email a completed application form to

At Dr Challoners Grammar School we ensure breadth of opportunities for all and actively promote open and outward facing attitudes

to diversity and inclusion. As such, we actively encourage suitably qualified people from all backgrounds to apply for roles at our school. If there are any issues which you feel could be barriers to your application, as part of this process, please let us know.

Dr Challoner’s Grammar School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check.

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