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PR & Social Media Manager

Part Time: 16 hours / 2 days per week (year round)

Harrogate Ladies’ College is a fantastic family of 3 independent schools for children aged 2 to 18 years. We have lots of amazing stories to tell and we’re looking to appoint a PR & Social Media Manager to help us to share these stories with the wider world!

This role reports to the Director of Marketing and Admissions and is part of a small, but very busy team responsible for marketing and pupil recruitment for our 3 schools.

The ideal candidate is likely to be an experienced PR professional who is looking for a new challenge. The role offers the opportunity to make a real impact and to work in an inspiring and unique environment, surrounded by the most amazing young people.

This is a part time role for 16 hours per week. We are very flexible in terms of when the hours are worked across the week to suit the successful candidate, within our core hours of 8.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.

The overall aim of the role is to increase positive press coverage and social media engagement in order to enhance the reputation of the school and ultimately aide the recruitment and retention of pupils.

Closing date: 9.00am, Monday 10 May 2021
Interviews: Week commencing 17 May 2021
To apply: Please complete the application form available from the school’s website:
www.hlc.org.uk/about-hlc/careers/current-vacancies/
Or available by emailing: [email protected]

Before completing the School’s application form, applicants should read the School’s Staff Privacy notice which details how the School will process their personal data for recruitment purposes, and beyond, if they are recruited.

Contact information: Mrs Lucy Condon
HR Manager
Harrogate Ladies’ College
Clarence Drive, Harrogate,
North Yorkshire, HG1 2QG
Email: [email protected]

Harrogate Ladies’ College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will not be allowed to start in school until all pre-employment checks have been completed satisfactorily. The successful applicant must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. The School is an educational charity and equal opportunities employer.

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