Registrar & Head's PA - AMCIS

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Registrar & Head’s PA

The Registrar and PA to the Head is a demanding and busy role requiring the ideal candidate to have strong experience of secretarial and organisational skills, computer literacy, especially in MS Office, and a professional, conscientious and flexible working attitude. Attention to detail is imperative for this role which is a vital part of the smooth-running of the school supporting the continuing growth and development of Heywood Prep.

The Registrar and PA to the Head is a key member of the School and is primarily responsible for the efficient organisation and administration of all admissions, from initial enquiry through to the pupil joining the School. In addition, the Registrar is responsible for promoting the School through building strong relationships with prospective parents and students, and running open days and other marketing events with the Marketing Co-ordinator. The postholder is also responsible for providing high-quality, confidential PA support to the Head. The role includes managing the Head’s diary, arranging meetings, minute-taking, and providing a full range of accurate and professional secretarial and administrative duties to ensure the efficient and effective running of the Head’s daily business.

To apply for this position please complete an application form and return it to the Head’s PA, Lauren Harmon, by email (jobs@heywoodprep.com), along with a covering letter of no more than one page addressed to the Head.

Applications should arrive no later than 9am on Wednesday 22nd November 2023.

Interviews are planned for Monday 27th November.

We reserve the right to close the vacancy prior to the application deadline/closing date, should a suitable candidate be found. Prompt application is encouraged. Visits to the school are not possible prior to application, but shortlisted candidates will be offered a tour of the school as part of the selection process.

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