SIMS/CMIS Administrator Stoke-on-Trent GBP9.00 - GBP10 per hour Temporary - Ongoing Contract Aspire People are recruiting SIMS Administrators to work in Secondary and Primary Schools based in the local area. Applicants must have at least 6 months experience working on the specialised school computer systems SIMS or CMIS, due to the fact that schools do not always have time to train new starters on how to use them. It is also essential that applicants have a strong background in school administration. Applicants must be prepared to work on temporary contracts and on an ad hoc basis. Applicants must have an up to date DBS from the past 12 months or be willing to pay GBP52 for a new one. Duties you will be responsible for: * Ensuring provision of a pleasant receptionist as the first point of contact for parents and visitors and dealing with queries. * Ensure smooth running of the office, organise day to day activities, contribute to the planning and development of the support service, maintain the required confidentiality of the materials/documents * Working/data input on the school systems SIMS or CMIS. * Provide a full range of secretarial skills including typing, copying, recording, filing and classification of all materials using a computer to cover work generated by the Head and authorised members of staff and governors. * Arrange/book meetings and take minutes if required. * Handle telephone calls with confidence, using initiative as required. * Responsible for ensuring the recording of attendance data and reasons for absence for staff and pupils. Aspire people offer excellent rates of pay and an individual consultant to ensure each role and school you work in is perfect for you. We also offer training days to offer you the chance to boost your skills. Aspire People Limited provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. Aspire People is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.