Admissions OfficerSt Leonards School , Fife
Please apply before 23/07/2018 at 12:00 pm
St Leonards School, St Andrews, KY16 9QJ
Vacancy Description / Summary
Job Title: Admissions Officer
Responsible to: Registrar
Hours of Work: Monday to Friday 08.30am to 5.00pm
(37.5 hours per week )
The principle role of the Admissions Officer is to provide first class customer service and administrative support, enabling effective student recruitment in order to meet the School’s student recruitment targets. This is an ambassadorial role and the Admissions Officer will be an advocate for the School and for its curriculum, managing, projecting and protecting the School’s reputation locally and further afield.
The Admissions Officer will have the highest level of interpersonal skills and be able to cope comfortably with international and local families from a wide range of professional and social backgrounds. The post-holder will assist the Registrar in managing and leading the application process for pre-registered and registered parents prior to admission.
In addition, the Admissions Officer will be required to work cross functionally, assisting Marketing and Alumni Relations depending on the prioritization of tasks as determined by school needs.
A full job description and application form can be found on our website: www.stleonards-fife.org/news-information/employment
For further information, please contact Mrs Gill Morgan, HR Officer, at email@example.com
About the School
In the heart of the famous university town of St Andrews, St Leonards offers day and boarding education for 5-18 year old boys and girls, combining academic achievement with a friendly atmosphere.
Students have the chance to learn, work and play in a seaside setting, feeding off the buzz that comes from being in a renowned university town. Students thrive on well-established links with the University making the most of opportunities in drama, sport, music, art and our elite golf programme.
The only school in Scotland to concentrate 100% on the International Baccalaureate Diploma in the Sixth Form means that the enriching spirit of the IB enables students to develop and step into the world with confidence and maturity.