Admissions Registrar (International) - AMCIS

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Admissions Registrar (International)

Full-time | All year-round (52 weeks per annum)
Salary dependent upon skills, knowledge and experience

We are looking for a passionate, energetic and committed Admissions Registrar to oversee the recruitment of pupils from overseas. The role will oversee pupil entry from initial enquiry, introduction, entry testing and interview, through the induction process to arrival, working closely with other key stakeholders to ensure transparency and accuracy across the admissions process.  Relationship building is an essential part of the role and significant international travel is likely.

Our Registrars play an integral role in being a positive ambassador for the school with a welcoming and professional disposition, knowledgeable about the school and with a genuine interest in the people they work with, both internally and externally.  Applicants must demonstrate their excellent interpersonal and communication skills, their commitment to superior customer service and their ability to meet targets and deadlines.  Alongside this, they need to be able to show exceptional ICT skills and be able to both understand and demonstrate their understanding of confidentiality and data protection.

It is essential that the successful person has the ability to build strong, meaningful relationships with our external partners, as well as working with colleagues throughout the School to ensure that the process is transparent and meaningful.  Knowledge of world events and an understanding of how they might impact recruitment will aid the post holder to navigate opportunities and challenges, as they maintain existing markets and develop new ones.

The post holder will need to ensure accurate data is kept for regular statistical reports needed by the Heads and Board of Governors. It is essential the successful candidate can prioritise effectively and remain calm and professional during busy periods.  Whilst not essential, we welcome applications from those who have previously worked in an admissions role within the Independent Education Sector.

This role is a full time position. The hours of work are Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm, all-year round, with the occasional weekend day to support Open Days and School events. Flexibility is required to allow attendance at events outside of the UK’s timezone and travel overseas.

Further information and a full job description can be found on our website.

Benefits include free life assurance and parking; contributory pension scheme (matched at 4%); annual salary reviews; free use of the Felsted Gym and pool facilities; subsidised on-site Coffee Shop; and membership to Felsted Connect: an online multi-platform engagement tool where staff have access to hundreds of exclusive discounts and offers from online and high-street retailers. More information on our rewards package can be found on our website

Felsted School is rated ‘Excellent in every aspect’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.

Felsted School is a leading day and boarding independent school based in a stunning village campus in North Essex. Founded in 1564 by Richard Lord Riche, who had been a Lord Chancellor under King Edward VI, Felsted today provides an exceptional holistic education to approximately 1100 boys and girls aged four to eighteen. We celebrated our 450th anniversary in 2014, one of only a handful of Schools in the country that have claimed this historic milestone. We employ more than 160 teachers and 440 operational staff in a community orientated environment, ensuring our pupils receive the very best in learning and co-curricular activities.

Closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 29 January 2024 at 9:00am.
Interviews will be held the week commencing Monday 5 February 2024.

If you would like to apply for this position, please visit our website to complete our online application process.

Felsted is committed to equal opportunities and maintaining a safe and secure environment for all pupils and a ‘culture of vigilance’ to safeguard and protect all in its care, and to all aspects of its ‘Safeguarding (Child Protection and Staff Behaviour) Policy’. Please note, it is an offence to apply for this position if barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children. All employees are subject to pre-employment checks including a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

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