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I have an admin job in a school and the last point on my job description states 'and any other job that the headteacher deems appropriate'. Although I am fairly capable and take on most tasks that are given, surely there must be some kind of cut-off point for the pay scale that I am on.

 

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Hmmmm. I should imagine it'd have to be relevant to your work. Maybe a duty that isn't listed but could be considered a reasonable request. My own job spec had this clause, I've rarely been asked to do much other than what is listed. I suppose it's a bit of a clause to stop the "it's not in my job description" line. :)


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Jobs that are not on the list are given under this clause and then added to the jd at the point of appraisal. The list grows every year!

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std clause in every educational contract

 

every school

uni

college

 

has it.

 

the clue here though is 'resonable'

 

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Regardless of whether the clause was in there, it would undoubtedly be expected of you anyway, and a disciplinary offence for insubordination if you refused. Provided your employer acts reasonably, it's fine. An Admin Assistant undoubtedly would not be asked to clean toilets or take over the duties of the head teacher, so I wouldn't be concerned!

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