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Communications Officer

Communications Officer

Wycombe Abbey


  • Expired
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
2 November 2017

Job overview

Wycombe Abbey is a global leader in outstanding education and modern boarding. The School is committed to creating tomorrow’s women leaders and has a long tradition of academic excellence. It is consistently one of the country’s top performing schools.

Our energetic and fast-paced Development and Communications department is looking for a hard-working and enthusiastic Communications Officer. This is a great all-round role and the post holder will be expected to have a range of communication, media, advertising, publication and public relations skills. Key areas of productivity include content creation for both digital and print platforms, press releases, and a wide range of communications both internal and external. Under the direction of the Director of Development & Communications, the Communications Officer will contribute substantially to enhancing the School’s external relations, fundraising and marketing activities.

To apply, please complete the application form for Support Staff and return to Human Resources via

Closing Date: Midday 2nd November 2017

Wycombe Abbey is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Registered Charity No 310638. 

About Wycombe Abbey

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  • Wycombe Abbey
  • Abbey Way, High Wycombe
  • Buckinghamshire
  • HP11 1PE
  • United Kingdom
+44 1494 520381

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Wycombe Abbey is committed to maintaining full boarding for the needs of modern families. Girls who enter the school at 11+ have their own Junior Boarding House. From the age of 11 to 18, pupils live in nine mixed-age Senior Houses, and in the Upper Sixth girls move into Clarence House, a purpose-built study-bedroom complex.

Many co-curricular and enrichment opportunities are on offer for girls across the age range. Our sports teams regularly reach national finals and the sports department offers more than 30 sports on a consistent basis. Our music department teaches more than 600 individual lessons a week and nearly every pupil plays an instrument if not two. The drama provision is equally impressive with numerous productions happening annually.

The School is ideally located to be able to enjoy a wide variety of activities with other independent schools including Eton, Harrow and Radley. The boys join the girls for dinners and dances. We also enjoy close relationships with the two boys’ grammar schools in High Wycombe, with our pupils and theirs co-operating in choirs, an annual Management Conference and other social and academic events.

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Applications closed