Analytics, Data and Admin Manager

  Analytics and Administration Manager Grade 6A GBP £26,810 – £27,755 (Term Time plus […]

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Analytics and Administration Manager

Grade 6A
GBP £26,810 – £27,755 (Term Time plus 5 (200 days))

37 hours per week TT (including training days) + additional 5 days to be worked during school closure periods.
Bridlington School is seeking a dynamic and well organised individual to undertake a new role as Analytics and Administration Manager.


The Role
Data analysis is vital to the strategic planning of the curriculum and teaching and learning.  In this role, you will have the opportunity to manage the people and systems responsible for providing leaders with accurate and timely Data, including the management of information systems. This includes assisting the Associate Headteacher with the administrative tasks that enable the creation of the whole school timetable.  You will have line management responsibility for the Exams and Data team supporting with the Census and Tables Checking.


The Team
The exams and data team are a core team within student services and is located in the heart of the school.  Their roles are extensive and overlap in function with a variety of school teams meaning that communication needs to be clear and professional relationships maintained.


The School
Bridlington School is a successful 11-18 maintained school with over 1,000 students on roll, a number which is rising year on year as our reputation as a centre of excellence grows within the local area.  We have a small but thriving sixth form; the growth of this is an ambition for the school.  Students are polite, respectful and keen to learn, 49% are entitled to free school meals, 25% are also on the SEN register predominantly due to difficulties with literacy and numeracy skills.


What we can offer You
It is an exciting time to join Bridlington School as we continue to strengthen relationships with other local Education providers including nearby Secondary Schools and Primary Feeders.  This provides opportunity to be involved in training and sharing of best practice across a network of schools.
You will be involved in CPD throughout the year with regular scheduled events.  You will also have access to a host of CPD via our subscriptions and East Riding of Yorkshire Council.


About You
Please take time to review the person specification for this role and if there are any points you would like to discuss prior to applying, use the contact details below to get in touch.


The successful candidate will:

  • Have degree level qualification or equivalent level of experience
  • Knowledge of a range of analytical methods and techniques, including statistical analysis
  • Knowledge of a range of tools and systems for data analysis and presentation including MS PowerBi and advanced MS Excel Skills
  • Advanced knowledge of the processes and procedures relating to data protection, with awareness of the regulations and legislation.
  • Experience of undertaking a range of analysis and producing a portfolio of reports.
  • Experience of query building and developing datasets and reports.
  • Ability to prioritise tasks and activities.
  • Ability to present and explain data analyses and reports, and translate technical concepts and information into more accessible language and presentation formats for non-specialists.


Application Process
If you would like to visit the school prior to submitting an application, please contact Sarah Knight on 01262 672593 Completed application forms should be submitted via email to


Closing Date: 9am Monday 19th February 2024

Interview Date: Friday 23rd February 2024


East Riding of Yorkshire Council is pursuing equality of opportunity in employment and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. Appointment is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.


Pay and reward
The Council is undertaking a review of pay and reward as part of its ambitions to attract and retain employees by having effective pay and development structures in place to support modern ways of working and to support the provision of Council services which meet local priorities.
This role has been matched to a Grade 6A.
Candidates joining from outside education need to be aware the salary will have a term time adjustment which accommodates the additional holiday taken between the start date and 31st August 2024.  More detail can be provided on this.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is pursuing equality of opportunity in employment and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.  Appointment is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.

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