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PRAEMIAVIRTUTS.ONCIRES NORWICH SCHOOL COMPLIANCE AND ESTATES OFFICER Norwich School is recruiting a Compliance and Estates Officer. In this new role, the post-holder will coordinate the central maintenance of the school's compliance monitoring including requirements for the Independent Schools Inspectorate, school premises management, Health & Safety and GDPR. Experience, understanding and knowledge of working in a legal, compliance or health & safety environment, preferably in a school or college would be advantageous. The Compliance and Estates Officer is expected to work over five days per week. It is anticipated that the role will be full-time; consideration may be given to a 'term time plus' contract for experienced candidates. The salary for this post is in the of £23,972- £26,384 pa range fte. Interviews are likely to take place w/c 13 January 2020. For more information about Norwich School and a full job description please visit www.norwich-school.org.uk/about/current-vacancies.asp. Completed application form should be sent by email to the HR Office at recruitment@ norwich-school.org.uk by midday on Friday 3rd January 2020. Norwich School is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Registered Charity No 311280 Co-Educational, HMC: 11-18; IAPS: 4-11 PRAEMIAVIRTUTS.ONCIRES NORWICH SCHOOL COMPLIANCE AND ESTATES OFFICER Norwich School is recruiting a Compliance and Estates Officer. In this new role, the post-holder will coordinate the central maintenance of the school's compliance monitoring including requirements for the Independent Schools Inspectorate, school premises management, Health & Safety and GDPR. Experience, understanding and knowledge of working in a legal, compliance or health & safety environment, preferably in a school or college would be advantageous. The Compliance and Estates Officer is expected to work over five days per week. It is anticipated that the role will be full-time; consideration may be given to a 'term time plus' contract for experienced candidates. The salary for this post is in the of £23,972- £26,384 pa range fte. Interviews are likely to take place w/c 13 January 2020. For more information about Norwich School and a full job description please visit www.norwich-school.org.uk/about/current-vacancies.asp. Completed application form should be sent by email to the HR Office at recruitment@ norwich-school.org.uk by midday on Friday 3rd January 2020. Norwich School is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Registered Charity No 311280 Co-Educational, HMC: 11-18; IAPS: 4-11