School Administration Manager

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The Administration Manager is a key role in the School Management Team and works closely with the Teachers, Bursar and Board of Trustees.

The Administration Manager will be an active member of the College of Teachers and Finance Group – all major decisions regarding the school are made within these meetings.

The Administration Manager must be good team player, able to work collaboratively with the rest of the school, however they must also have the ability to work and make strategic and operational decisions independently (and have sound judgment on when this is required).

The Administration Manager will be experienced at working at senior level and will be prepared to lead, inspire and challenge. They will be well versed in setting clear boundaries and delegating to members of the staff.

A strong managerial, administrative background is required, and you must be able to understand financial reports.

As the Administrations Manger role is new to the school, to begin with it will involve a large amount of change management, as the school needs to bring many new policies and procedures into place during 2018.

The ability to prioritize and multi-task yet remain positive at all times is essential.



25 hours per week flexi-time

Must be able to work 4-5 days a week – Monday to Friday.

Must attend a weekly College of Teachers meeting from 7pm – 8.30pm and a Monthly Finance Meeting from 5.30pm – 7pm


London Steiner School



Salary Range: £17,500 – £21,500 (for the 25 hour week) depending on skills and experience
Type of Contract: Part time (25 hour week), with a probationary period of six months.
Deadline for applications:

Monday 15th January 2018

Interviews will take place beginning Thursday 18th January 2018


After School Club Leaders

Part time, Start date ASAP

The Role

London Steiner School is looking for a new faces to lead our After School Club (ASC). The ASC consists of two slots: the first one for the Early Years and Class One (from 12:30pm to 3:30pm) and the second one available to all ages (from 3:30pm to 5:30pm).

In line with Steiner Waldorf pedagogy we aim to create a calm and peaceful environment in which children can feel happy, confident and safe. It is, therefore, important that  the ASC is led as an extension of our curriculum and that the principles and practice of Waldorf education are being reflected. The ASC takes place in one of the available rooms and can make use of our garden area, as well as trips to the local parks.

The Role

  • Experience of working with children
  • Ability to relate to and inspire children
  • Personal warmth, patience, tolerance, empathy, understanding and positivity
  • Awareness of Steiner/Waldorf teaching practices and principles, particularly for the Early Years
  • Exceptional self-motivation and sense of responsibility
  • Ability to both work as part of a team and independently, co-operating with staff and parents.
  • Good communication skills
  • Flexibility and positivity in attitude to work, with the sense of humour that is essential to the role
  • Perseverance and patience
  • Capacity to be a role model worthy of imitation by the children in your care.
  • Willingness to learn and ability to self-reflect and develop.
  • Paediatric first aid qualification

Further Information

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London Steiner School is an Equal Opportunities and Safe Recruitment employer. We do not discriminate on the grounds of race, age, disability, sex, marital status, sexuality, ethnicity, religion or any other grounds upon which discrimination can occur as defined in law. All employees will be vetted for suitability to work with children and young people, and all appointments will be subject to the following: · Satisfactory DBS check · Satisfactory references · Proof of essential qualifications · Proof of eligibility to work in the UK





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