Admissions Officer - AMCIS

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Admissions Officer

37.5 hours per week, year-round

We are seeking an admissions officer to join our highly successful and thriving school which has enjoyed significant expansion and growth in pupil numbers in recent years. In this busy and varied role the admissions officer will take the administrative lead on managing the admissions process for the Preparatory School and will support the administrative process across the whole school.
The successful candidate will need to be approachable, level headed and self-motivated. They will need to have excellent communication and administrative skills with a high degree of accuracy and be adept at using a variety of IT systems. Customer service and administration experience is essential. An understanding of the admissions process and an appreciation of the independent school sector would be advantageous.
We offer a competitive salary and all the benefits of working in a thriving independent school including generous contributory pension, life assurance and discounted school fees, free lunches, onsite parking and a cycle to work scheme.
Further details and how to apply can be found under the ‘working at Claremont’ link on our website at
Closing date: Sunday 31 July 2022.
Please note that we reserve the right to conduct interviews prior to the closing date. Therefore early applications are encouraged.

Claremont Fan Court School 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). Although the post is not pupil-facing, all staff at the school share responsibility for safeguarding and you will be required to undergo appropriate safeguarding training.
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.

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