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Admissions Registrar

Northwood Schools, the family of independent schools in South West London comprising Broomwood Hall Lower School, Broomwood Hall Upper School, Northcote Lodge and Northwood Senior, is looking for a Registrar to join our Admissions and Marketing team.

Working closely with our Head Teachers and senior leadership, the Registrar will take a lead role in pupil recruitment acting as an ambassador for our schools, promoting the Northwood group to families, nurseries, and other feeder schools.

The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator and influencer, with an eye for detail and an ability to nurture the relationship with families who are considering the schools: ensuring that we present the schools at their best and that the recruitment journey experience is a positive one for all concerned.  An understanding of the independent school market, particularly in London, is a distinct advantage, as is experience in managing  and utilising data to drive business decisions.

In exchange, we offer a great working environment, with a real family feel that extends across all of our schools, as well as excellent benefits and opportunities for development.

Further information is available in the candidate information pack.

To apply, please complete an application form and send, along with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role, to Samantha Bromige, Head of People & Communication, Northwood Schools, 29b Sudbrooke Road, London SW12 8TQ or email to People@

Closing date: 1:00 pm, Tuesday, 24 August 2021.

Interviews will be held during the first and second weeks of September.

Salary: The role is offered up to a salary of £40,000 (pro rata), dependent upon experience.

Contact Phone: 020 8682 8830

Contact Email:

Other Info: The role is offered on a term-time-plus basis, with an expectation that the successful candidate will work full-time during term-time and part-time during the school holidays.

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