Admissions Registrar - UK
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- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- Required for April 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter
- Apply by:
- 9 February 2018
Stonyhurst is seeking a highly motivated and professional Admissions Registrar to coordinate and manage the admissions process from the initial point of enquiry through to final acceptance and entrance to the College. This is an exciting opportunity to work within a dynamic and forward looking department and to play an important part in the College Admissions process.
A primary focus will be on UK admissions and a willingness to undertake some travel within the UK will be required.
Whilst the College would be keen to hear from people with experience in a similar sector, we would also welcome applications from candidates with a range of employment backgrounds who feel they have relevant transferable skills.
An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate.
- Stonyhurst, Clitheroe
- BB7 9PZ
- United Kingdom
Stonyhurst College is the UK’s leading Catholic co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 3-18. Boarding is from the age of 7.
At the College, there are approximately 498 pupils aged 13-18, two thirds of whom are boarders. At Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall, the adjacent dedicated preparatory school, there are around 240 pupils aged 3-13. Stonyhurst is set in stunning countryside, near the Ribble and Hodder rivers and the beautiful Trough of Bowland. Manchester is only about an hour away by road or rail. The market town of Clitheroe is four miles away, and we are 12 miles from the city of Preston. The Lake District can be reached in about an hour, and the Yorkshire Dales are even closer.
Stonyhurst has a fascinating heritage, being the oldest continuously active Jesuit school in the world.
It was founded in St Omer, Northern France (then the Spanish Netherlands), in 1593, and moved to its present site in Lancashire’s beautiful Ribble Valley in 1794. Throughout the years of religious
persecution in England, Stonyhurst educated the boys of the English Catholic aristocracy and gentry.
The College’s Ignatian mission and identity, and its sense of family, set Stonyhurst apart from other schools. Pupils are urged to do as much as they can (Quant Je Puis) for other people following the example of Jesus Christ and following in the spirit and charism of the Jesuits. The College prepares young people to change the world for others.
Stonyhurst is a family where heritage and innovation are fused to inspire young people to be agents of change in the world.
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