Attendance Intervention Manager

John Taylor MAT

Grade 8 – SCP 22-27
13 hours per week, ideally worked over 2 days
(permanent, term time only 39.2 weeks)
Salary range: £26,317 – £30,507 pro-rata
Actual salary: £7,994.03 – £9,266.78
Required as soon as possible

JTMAT has an exciting opportunity available for an Attendance Intervention Manager to support at Primary and Trust level.

High attendance is central to the academic success of our students. We are looking for someone to support our current practices and move them even further forward by tackling barriers to attending school and ensuring that a consistent approach is taken across the Trust.

The successful candidate will have the ability to communicate effectively, positively and with confidence. They will manage casework within our Primary Schools, including those cases which escalate to prosecution proceedings, review processes and also be responsible for providing the Trust with attendance data.

Previous experience and knowledge of attendance management and working within multi-agency teams is highly desirable, as is the knowledge of statutory attendance legislation.

This is a stand-alone position responsible to the CEO. The postholder will be based at the Trust Offices but some of the work will be carried out in the schools and may also be in the student’s home. As the role will involve travel a clean driving licence and access to a car is essential.

Further information and application packs are available to view or download from our website Please note that CVs are not accepted, only fully completed application forms should be submitted for shortlisting to: . If you have any specific queries not addressed in the application pack, please contact Melissa Gambles, HR Manager:

Closing date: 12noon Friday 4th September 2020
Interviews: Thursday 10th September 2020


Please download and complete an application form and return it to:

Please note: CV’s are not accepted.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people/vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.