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JOB TITLE:

Specialist Assistant

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Dallas Texas United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Specialist Assistant FTC for 6 months(35 hours per week)


Salary - 38,483 per annum plus agile working allowance and an attractive benefits package

Our range of excellent benefits include *39 days holiday allowance including bank holidays in addition to 4 days Christmas closure, *21 hours wellbeing leave, wellbeing contribution, generous pension scheme and commitment to personal growth through funded learning.

* Applied pro-rata if working part-time

You will be based remotely (at home) within the UK in line with our agile working policy with the view to attend meetings in our NAHT flexi office spaces in London and Haywards Heath when required.

Job summary

Are you looking for a new role that will help to shape the future of schools? Would you be interested in supporting school leaders when they need it most?

We are looking for a dynamic individual to ensure members and NAHT officials receive high quality professional and specialist advice and support on educational management issues, general employment law queries, pensions and conditions of service, including salaries, enabling them to better undertake the function of their leadership role and to empower them to represent members individually and collectively as necessary.


This role will have a particular focus on the framework surrounding education in schools, such as safeguarding.
It will also focus on the terms and conditions of employment for those working in schools and will involve a general basic understanding of employment law and/or trade union law; a good working knowledge of the UK education system, trade union activity and UK employment law is therefore desirable.


Person specification

We are looking for enthusiastic individual with a broad range of experience in giving professional advice, who is able to identify, locate and interpret complex information and deal with many tasks and responsibilities concurrently.

Highly developed interpersonal skills and professional gravitas to advise members on complex and highly sensitive areas and establish credibility with members of NAHT, employing bodies, stakeholders and other trade unions is critical to this role.

The post holder will need to be detail oriented, solution focused and emotionally resilient with the mental agility and flexibility to meet the dynamic demands of the role.

About us


NAHT represents more than 37,000 school leaders in early years, primary, secondary/post primary and special schools, making us the largest association for school leaders in the UK.
Our members consist of all categories of school leaders.
We provide representation, advice and training for school leaders in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
We use our voice at the highest levels of government to influence policy for the benefit of leaders and learners everywhere.


NAHT is an equal opportunities employer.
Were committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace where we can embrace and value individuality.
We are committed to employment practices that promote diversity and inclusion and encourage all applications regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, sex, marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity status, race, religion or belief.
Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, at either application or interview, please contact us on human.
resources@naht.
org.
uk

The closing date for receipt of applications is 15th February 2024


First interview 27th February (via Microsoft Teams)

Second interview Date and location tbc

Applications from agencies will not be accepted

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

38483 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707129275-ecc4d1fbf3619dbc6b836b688f0b20f3

LOCATION:

Texas United States

CITY:

Dallas

Job Origin:

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Specialist Assistant FTC for 6 months(35 hours per week)


Salary - 38,483 per annum plus agile working allowance and an attractive benefits package

Our range of excellent benefits include *39 days holiday allowance including bank holidays in addition to 4 days Christmas closure, *21 hours wellbeing leave, wellbeing contribution, generous pension scheme and commitment to personal growth through funded learning.

* Applied pro-rata if working part-time

You will be based remotely (at home) within the UK in line with our agile working policy with the view to attend meetings in our NAHT flexi office spaces in London and Haywards Heath when required.

Job summary

Are you looking for a new role that will help to shape the future of schools? Would you be interested in supporting school leaders when they need it most?

We are looking for a dynamic individual to ensure members and NAHT officials receive high quality professional and specialist advice and support on educational management issues, general employment law queries, pensions and conditions of service, including salaries, enabling them to better undertake the function of their leadership role and to empower them to represent members individually and collectively as necessary.


This role will have a particular focus on the framework surrounding education in schools, such as safeguarding.It will also focus on the terms and conditions of employment for those working in schools and will involve a general basic understanding of employment law and/or trade union law; a good working knowledge of the UK education system, trade union activity and UK employment law is therefore desirable.


Person specification

We are looking for enthusiastic individual with a broad range of experience in giving professional advice, who is able to identify, locate and interpret complex information and deal with many tasks and responsibilities concurrently.

Highly developed interpersonal skills and professional gravitas to advise members on complex and highly sensitive areas and establish credibility with members of NAHT, employing bodies, stakeholders and other trade unions is critical to this role.

The post holder will need to be detail oriented, solution focused and emotionally resilient with the mental agility and flexibility to meet the dynamic demands of the role.

About us


NAHT represents more than 37,000 school leaders in early years, primary, secondary/post primary and special schools, making us the largest association for school leaders in the UK. Our members consist of all categories of school leaders. We provide representation, advice and training for school leaders in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We use our voice at the highest levels of government to influence policy for the benefit of leaders and learners everywhere.


NAHT is an equal opportunities employer. Were committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace where we can embrace and value individuality. We are committed to employment practices that promote diversity and inclusion and encourage all applications regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, sex, marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity status, race, religion or belief. Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process, at either application or interview, please contact us on human.resources@naht.org.uk

The closing date for receipt of applications is 15th February 2024


First interview 27th February (via Microsoft Teams)

Second interview Date and location tbc

Applications from agencies will not be accepted


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