• Location: Fochriw,
  • Subject: Support
  • Hours: Part time
  • Contract: Fixed Term
  • Salary Type: Annual
  • Salary Range: £20,000.00 - £15,000.00
  • Language: Welsh
  • Closing Date: 08 June, 2023 12:00 AM

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Administration Assistant - Fochriw Primary School

Administration Assistant - Fochriw Primary School

Caerphilly County Borough Council
Administration Assistant - Fochriw Primary School
Job description
Start date: As soon as possible (Subject to pre-employment and safeguarding checks)

Contract type: Permanent, Part-Time, Term-time only

Working hours: Monday - Friday, 32.5 hours per week, 39 weeks per year

Pay Scale: NJC Grade 4, SCP 5 - 6

Annual Salary: £16,668 - £16,972 (pro-rata of £21,575 - £21,968)

Fochriw Primary School is looking to appoint an Administration Assistant. The role requires someone who has the ability to multi-task in a busy environment and has efficient and effective administrative skills. Duties will be varied, including organising the daily running of the office, supporting colleagues and providing a professional and friendly point of call to all parents/carers and visitors to our school. The successful candidate will have experience of working in an administrative role and should have excellent communication and organisational skills. It is important that you have a warm, caring and professional manner at all times, as you will be dealing face to face with pupils, parents/carers on a daily basis.

View the Job Description and Person Specification.

To request an application form please contact the school directly on 01685 841236 or email the school office Please note, the school office phone and email will not be monitored from 29th May - 2nd June.

Completed applications should be returned either by e-mail to or by post to:

Mrs Pascoe, Headteacher

Fochriw Primary School

Pontlottyn Road



CF81 9LL

Alternatively, please apply via e-teach.

Closing date: Thursday 8th June 2023

Interview Date: To be confirmed.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and a comprehensive screening process will be undertaken on all successful applicants. This will include an enhanced check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.

We are legally required to ask you to provide evidence of your right to work in the UK. Successful applicants are required to provide appropriate documentation such as a birth certificate, passport or work permit in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.

Applications may be submitted in Welsh. Any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.