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Assistant Registrar

Assistant Registrar

Harrow School

Harrow on the Hill

  • Expired
Job type:
Part Time, Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
9 February 2018

Job overview

Required to work 40 weeks per year   

We are seeking a confident, cheerful, well-educated Assistant Registrar with excellent interpersonal skills to support the School’s main Registrar 

The Assistant Registrar, an integral part of the Admissions team, will oversee the smooth running of the admissions process. Providing a pivotal point of contact for parents and Prep School Heads, from initial enquiry through to a boy’s admission to the School.  

The Assistant Registrar will support the Registrar in the organisation and attendance of Open Mornings and assessment days, promotional events at prep Schools and external exhibitions.  

The Assistant Registrar will also ensure that letters and promotional materials sent out by the Admissions Office are well written and informative. The role will also involve working with the Communications Manager to ensure that the Admissions section of the School website is accurate and current    

The remuneration package will be competitive and reflect the significance of the role. Many of the School’s extensive recreational and sporting facilities are available to employees and their families.  

Closing date: 30th November 2017 

CVs alone are not accepted  

Previous applicants need not apply  

Application packs are available from the School’s website via the button below or by contacting the HR Department on 020 8872 8314 or

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and all successful applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate for the post, including checks with any past employer and the DBS. Harrow School is an equal opportunities employer.

About Harrow School

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  • Harrow School
  • 5 High Street, Harrow on the Hill
  • Middlesex
  • HA1 3HP
  • United Kingdom
+44 20 8872 8000

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Harrow School is situated in Harrow on the Hill in north-west London. The School is located on a 324-acre estate which encompasses much of Harrow on the Hill and is one of the best-known schools in the world. Around 837 boys study at Harrow and live in the School’s 12 boarding houses. Employees particularly value the School’s beautiful green estate, the positive working environment, and good relationships with their colleagues.

Harrow School is an independent boarding secondary school for boys aged 13-18. It was established, by royal charter, in 1572 during the reign of Elizabeth I. It is operated as a Royal Charter Corporation, which is a charitable trust whose trustees are the school’s governors. The school licenses the Harrow name to a number of schools in Asia.

Head Master

Alastair Land

Values and vision

Harrow School believes that the success of students should not be measured purely by grades, but by their influence on the wider world.

The school believes that all organisations need strong and clearly expressed values to create identity, focus, unity and drive, and in order to answer the questions: “what do we belong to?”, “what’s important to us?”, "why do our collective efforts matter?”, and “what holds us together?”.

Harrow’s values of courage, honour, humility and fellowship aim to help the school to make decisions from day-to-day that mean members of its community behave and perform better. These four Values link closely to Harrow School’s Christian foundation, and the principles of “Godliness and good learning” established by its founder, John Lyon.

ISI report

“Pupils are high achievers in all areas of their academic lives. Their success owes much to the strong and supportive boarding community to which they all belong and which gives the encouragement to work hard and aim high, and the confidence to set themselves ambitious goals.”

“Pupils invariably work hard and utilise their strong motivation and desire to succeed, and this is one of the main drivers in their success. The strong progress they make, and their all-round excellent achievement is enabled by many innovative approaches and initiatives introduced by school leaders.”

View Harrow School’s latest ISI report

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