Examinations Officer/Data & Policies Manager

Required as soon as possible. The successful candidate will effectively lead and manage all aspects of examinations (internal and external), pupil performance data, data protection and co-ordination of school policies.

Proposed salary range: Scale 6 depending on skills and experience. 37 weeks + 2 weeks (which must include preparation for and delivery of GCSE and A-Level results during August) + holiday pay £19,666.61 – £20,982.87. An exceptional candidate who can offer additional skills in line with the needs of the College (such as the ability to write a school timetable and to work for additional weeks) would be considered for a further payment of up to £5000.

Details about the post and the College can be obtained from the Principal’s PA, email:
St. Mary’s College, Crosby, Liverpool, L23 5TW.
Telephone: 0151 924 3926   Fax: 0151 932 0363
or at www.stmary’

Closing date is Monday, 6th November 2017

We are committed to safeguarding children and child protection screening will apply to all posts.

Examinations Officer/Data & Policies Manager - Job Description

Examinations Officer/Data & Policies Manager - Application Form



Supply Teachers - Senior School

We are interested to hear from secondary level teachers in all subject areas. The need would be to step in at relatively short notice for regular staff to cover in-service training initiatives or illness.

If you would like to join our supply list, please send a full CV and any other relevant information to the Principal’s PA, St. Mary’s College, Everest Road, Crosby, Liverpool, L23 5TW or email

We are committed to safeguarding children and child protection screening will apply to all posts.



Further information about St. Mary's College:

St. Mary's is a Catholic independent day School, founded by the Congregation of Irish Christian Brothers. Established in 1919 to provide Grammar school opportunities for Catholic children, the College consists of a Senior School (11-18) in Everest Road Crosby, a Preparatory School ('The Mount') in Blundellsands, and an Early Years Department adjacent to the Senior School.

The College is fully and successfully co-educational and has a lay Principal and staff. There are continuing close links with the Crosby Community of Christian Brothers and the family of Edmund Rice schools worldwide.


The College's working philosophy is well expressed in the words of Edmund Rice, the founder of the Christian Brothers:

"Education refers to a whole person's life here and hereafter."

Our aim is education in all the dimensions of the person, spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical and cultural. In Christ's own words: 'I have come that you may have life and have it to the full'.

The commitment to academic excellence (with some 98% of its Sixth Form leavers entering degree courses) is within a Christian vision of the person. Thus, we offer an academic education within the context of Christian relationships, values, witness, worship and service. All members of staff are expected to support this ethos and identity positively.

Key features

  • St. Mary's is a Headmasters' & Headmistress's Conference School (H.M.C.). 
  • The College is a Catholic school but welcomes pupils of other denominations and faiths. The current proportion is 71% Catholic.
  • Entry to the Senior School is by examination and interview at 11+ and by GCSE performance and interview at 16+. Edmund Rice Scholarships are available at 11+ and Sixth Form Scholarships at 16+.
  • We draw from a wide area of Merseyside and West Lancashire. In addition to Crosby, Sefton and Liverpool, pupils travel from Southport, Maghull, Ormskirk, Rainford and Wigan.
  • Recent inspections rate the College as excellent in its provision of pastoral care, range of extra-curricular activities, and commitment to service in the community. It has special strengths in Music, Art, and Sport.
  • Candidates should complete the Application Form and provide contact details for three referees. One must include your current employer.