Director of Admissions, Communications & Development, Chelmsford, Essex

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New Hall SchoolChelmsford, Essex

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Start date: As soon as possible
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: £49,758pa to £57,680pa
Contract term: Permanent

An exciting opportunity for an experienced PR & Marketing/School Admissions professional to take on a newly created post, arising from the significant expansion and successes of the school. 

The Director of Admissions, Communications & Development is a Senior Leadership & School Management Team (SLMT) post and the successful candidate will have the initiative, expertise, experience and skills to meet the demands of the seniority of this role. 

S/he reports directly to the Principal and is the line manager for the staff team members in the following departments: Admissions; Communications & Marketing; Events; and Alumni & Development.

The salary range for this role is £49,758pa to £57,680pa.

In return, we offer excellent benefits including free parking, a superb working environment, as well as lunch and refreshments.

For further details and an application form, please visit: Alternatively, please contact the HR Department on 01245 467588.

Closing date: Midday, Tuesday 24 April 2018

Interview date: Tuesday 1 May 2018

New Hall is committed to safeguarding pupils. There will be an enhanced DBS check prior to appointment.

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More about New Hall School
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through with sixth form
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: 3 - 18 years
Denomination: Roman Catholic
Address: Boreham, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 3HS, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1245 467 588
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New Hall School is a leading independent boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 3-18. Founded in 1642, New Hall School, Chelmsford, is one of the oldest Catholic school in the country. The main building was part of King Henry VIII’s gr...