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Are there job descriptions for an after-school club manager? We point to job descriptions for after-school club managers and similar roles from schools. We also look at a model job description from a local authority and link to our articles on writing job descriptions and person specifications.

Although we found job descriptions with different titles when researching this article, the duties described in them are broadly similar.

Primary school examples

Medium-size foundation school in North Tyneside

Greenfields Community Primary School has a job description for an out-of-school club manager, available from the North East Jobs website.

It notes that the list of responsibilities is typical of the level of duties which the postholder will be expected to carry out, but is not necessarily exhaustive, and other duties of a similar type and level may be required from time to time.

Managing, supervising and supporting school club staff to ensure a high level of service Supporting the school business manager and headteacher to draw up an annual out-of-school club development plan and help monitor progress Creating a stimulating, clean and safe environment, including the outdoor area Collecting all fees, completing necessary paperwork and delivering monies to the school

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