Head of Admissions
Horris Hill is a historic day and boarding school for boys ages 4-13 set in the beautiful Berkshire countryside. The school prides itself on helping its pupils balance the demands of formal education with both creative play and organised sports and activities. Dedicated staff nurture an enduring love of learning and curiosity of spirit that will equip pupils with the skills and confidence for whatever challenges they may face in life
We are seeking an outstanding Head of Admissions, who will manage all stages of the recruitment process for new pupils,ensuring the strategic targets set by the Governors are met. The School is aiming to grow the number of pupils, particularly given the opening of a new nursery and the introduction of girls into the school from September 2022. Exploring new international markets, as well as creating opportunities to engage more frequently with the local community are key priorities. The aim is to increase enrolment, whilst also maintaining the quality that enables the School to achieve outstanding results in terms of scholarships and senior school entry.
The successful candidate will be a dynamic and ambitious self-starter with the drive, passion and insight to make a big difference. You will possess excellent communication skills both verbal and written. You will be able to engage with parents and students alike. You will also have a strategic outlook and be able to identify and exploit opportunities.
For a confidential briefing discussion please contact our advisors Melanie Pye email@example.com or Charlotte Turedi firstname.lastname@example.org of The Management Recruitment Group on 07530 734 568.
Closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 3rd July 2022
The Management Recruitment Group has been retained, as our exclusive advisor for this appointment and any third party or direct applications will be forwarded to them.
Horris Hill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its pupils and expects all employees to share this commitment. All employees must be willing to undergo child protection training and screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.