Become a clerk to governors
The Kent Clerking Service provides expert and professional clerking support to governing bodies.
What is a clerk
A good clerk is a valuable and essential asset to any governing body, and duties undertaken efficiently can make a real difference to the governing body's role in school improvement.
The work is interesting, varied and challenging, as well as rewarding.
The clerk to the governing body is responsible for:
- convening and attending meetings of the governing body
- taking minutes
- keeping a register of governing body members and attendance
- keeping a track of membership
- giving advice and support on relevant procedure and regulations.
Our clerks are fully trained and supported to perform these duties.
How to become a clerk
We are always looking to increase our team. If you are interested in joining the service please email email@example.com.
We provide support and training to all our clerks. We have regular conferences and support information available. Find out what support is available.
If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.