25 hours per week, term time only plus 6 weeks
£17,610 per annum
Downe House is a leading all girls Boarding School located on a beautiful 100-acre site in the village of Cold Ash in West Berkshire with excellent transport links just two miles from the M4 and A34.
It is our aim that girls should be fully prepared for life beyond Downe House and leave us with the confidence to take up places at top universities in the UK and overseas and then move on to embark successfully on the widest range of careers across the globe.
This exciting new role has been created as a result of significant growth for the DH LINKS brand, which brings parents, alumnae and current pupils together to explore different career areas through talks, work placements, networking events and mentoring.
Reporting to the Director of External Relations, you will be driving forward and developing the DH LINKS programme and growing the number of our registered alumnae.
We are looking for an individual who has drive, energy and dedication to continue developing existing strategy. You will be a natural multi-tasker with excellent organisational and communication skills with a warm and open manner and meticulous attention to detail.
This is a fantastic opportunity to collaborate with other departments in the School and help raise the profile of DH LINKS both within the School and with our stakeholders within the UK and across the globe.
We offer a range of benefits including an attractive working environment, 12 weeks holidays, a generous contributory pension scheme and free meals whilst on duty.
For further details about this role and the School please click on the Information Pack below or call the HR Department on 01635 204712.
Early applications are encouraged. We reserve the right to close this vacancy early, should a suitable candidate be appointed before the closing date.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and any offer of employment is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check (DBS) and satisfactory references.