Head of Admissions
Bryanston is looking to appoint an exceptional Head of Admissions to lead the School’s admissions process. To join the Bryanston team, you will need to be a natural and empathetic communicator and a talented leader. Families joining Bryanston are to be assured of a warm and seamless welcome.
You will be joining the School at an exciting time. Our new Head, Richard Jones has a vision for the School, and clear plans for how to get there. We are building teams with ambition, energy, and kindness at their heart. We promise there will not be a dull moment. Quite the reverse – this is an exciting time for the School.
Bryanston is famous for its creative, unbounded thinking – and that applies to the staff as well as to the pupils. You will need a track record of admissions leadership, but also attention to detail, compassion for your team and creativity in your solutions.
You will be brilliant at communicating with children, parents, and of course, our Bryanston team – we are looking for an empathic Head of Admissions who wants to walk alongside each family and ensure that they feel part of the Bryanston family from the beginning of their journey.
You will be accountable for the day-to-day management of Admission (3-18), and you will play a crucial role in setting the tone and creating a welcoming culture throughout Bryanston’s admission pathway.
Children at Bryanston learn to love their minds, free their spirits, and find their mission – and leave here inspired, stimulated, and liberated to create and follow their own vision for themselves throughout their lives.
If you think you would love to play a leading role in a school that has such ambition, we would like to meet you.
Bryanston is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the School is therefore permitted to ask job applicants to declare all convictions and cautions (including those which are “spent” unless they are “protected” under the DBS filtering rules) in order to assess their suitability to work with children.