Director of Admissions and Marketing – Farnborough Hill
Applications are invited for the post of Director of Admissions and Marketing at Farnborough Hill with effect from June/July 2020.
Farnborough Hill is a leading independent Catholic day school for girls aged 11–18 housed in the historic home of the Empress Eugenie of France within a stunning 65-acre site on the Hampshire/Surrey border. The School is known for its excellent academic results, its commitment to the personal growth and development of all its pupils and for its forward-looking and inspirational approach to learning both inside and outside the classroom.
Reporting directly to the Head, Mrs Alexandra Neil, the Director of Admissions and Marketing is an important role on the School’s Senior Leadership and leads all aspects of admissions, marketing, development and external relations activity, supported by a committed and capable team.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced sales and marketing professional, able to represent Farnborough Hill to a wide range of stakeholders and to articulate its Catholic ethos with warmth and empathy. While direct experience of working in an independent school is not essential, the successful candidate is likely to have firsthand knowledge of independent education and will be able to convey its benefits with clarity and conviction to prospective families.
For an initial confidential discussion, please contact:
Peter Lockhart, Search Consultant: PeterLockhart@rsacademics.com or call 07876 354185
Candidates should complete the Application Form and Additional Information Form electronically (available to download on this page) and email these documents as pdf files to Julia Coffey, Project Coordinator at email@example.com
The closing date for applications is Monday 9th March 2020 at 10:00am
Farnborough Hill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undergo the appropriate DBS Code of Practice check.