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Admissions Officer

 (fixed term contract)

Oakham School is one of the largest co-educational Boarding and Day Schools in the country. It has over 1,000 pupils ranging in age from 10 – 18  years, of whom 50% are boarders, accommodated in 10 Boarding Houses and 6 Day Houses.

An opportunity has arisen for a full time Admissions Officer to work within our busy Admissions Department, on a fixed term contract to 31 March 2022. The position is fixed term, pending the outcome of an Admissions review, following the appointment of the School’s new Director of Admissions in September 2021.

The Admissions Officer will support the department with a wide range of duties relating to all aspects of work in the admissions office. The Admissions Officer will liaise with and support prospective families with the admissions process to the School and will support the Director of Admissions in coordinating the department’s activity.

The successful candidate will have a strong eye for detail and precision and will have previous experience in a customer facing role, together with excellent administrative and communication skills. A high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office is expected and experience of working with iSAMS would be an advantage but is not essential. It is essential that the post holder is able to maintain a high level of efficiency and remain calm under pressure.

Full details are available on our website. To apply, please send application form (available from our website or on request), CV and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form by email to:

Mrs Claire Betts, HR Manager, Oakham School, 15 Station Rd,

Oakham, Rutland LE15 6QT. Tel: 01572 758804

Email: [email protected], Website: www.oakham.rutland.sch.uk

(Closing date 10.00am on 11 November 2021, with interviews on 17 November 2021).

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Applicants must undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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