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    Trainer in School Software - Bromley - £24,000-£32,000 pa

    A CAREER MOVE FOR SCHOOL DATA, EXAM OR ATTENDANCE MANAGER - to be a trainer in school MIS

    Job Responsibilities:

    An outstanding opportunity exists to join the market leaders of Management Information System (MIS) for schools throughout the UK. We are looking for individuals considering a career move. These individuals will have experience in working in schools as Data Manager or Exam Manager or Attendance Manager and have communication / inter-personal skills and who are positive, and highly motivated to join the deployment team in delivering remote webinar and on-site training and demonstrations of school MIS software. Ideally living and operating out of the Kent area, though remote training could mean delivery from any location. The ideal candidate will come from a customer focused and services led environment.
    Please send CV to recruitment@bromcom.com
    Last edited by BromcomHR; 15th April 2014 at 10:17 AM. Reason: Approved

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