Full Time, Permanent – Registrar
Loughborough Schools Foundation is seeking to appoint a Registrar to concentrate on recruiting pupils to Loughborough Grammar School. The role forms part of a shared admissions team and all Registrars report to the Head of Admissions.
The successful candidate will assist the Head of Admissions in managing and delivering an efficient, warm and welcoming admissions programme, ensuring a professional service to parents, pupils, feeder schools, staff and the wider public.
You should apply if you are pro-active with a positive and enthusiastic attitude and a good team player.
A job description and application form can be found on our website.
The Supporting Information section on the form should be completed as fully as possible, including 2 referees and returned to email@example.com.
Previous applicants need not apply.
Closing date for receipt of applications: 9.00am 29 May 2019
Interviews to be held: 5 June 2019
Loughborough Schools Foundation is a charitable foundation of four independent schools in the heart of Loughborough, educating children from 3 to 18 years. It comprises Loughborough Grammar School (boys, 10–18 years), Loughborough High School (girls, 11-18 years), Loughborough Amherst School (Co-educational, 4-18 years) and Fairfield Prep School (Co-educational, 3-11 years). In addition, the Loughborough Nursery (6 weeks – 4 years) is our day nursery which opened in 2016.
About Loughborough Schools Foundation
Careers at Loughborough Schools Foundation
To stroll down the tree-lined avenue of Burton Walks, surrounded by elegant architecture and courteous students, and knowing you are part of an educational family that can trace its roots back to 1495 is, even on a grey day, a fine start to anybody’s working day.
It is with some justification, that we believe there is nowhere quite like the Loughborough Schools Foundation. We are a progressive charitable Foundation comprising a Nursery, two complementary Prep Schools and three high achieving Senior Schools; The Grammar School for boys, The High School for girls and Amherst School, a non-selective, co-educational School.
The family we refer to embraces some 2,000 pupils and 750 staff. Together we provide an education to cherish for children from as young as six weeks old all the way to exam success at eighteen, a university of choice or simply the confidence, moral compass and ambition to succeed in life on their own terms.
The Foundation’s breadth enhances our educational offer, enhances the facilities we are able to provide and enhances the quality of our staff and their working environment. Whether heading up a department or joining our talented Grounds staff, you will have all the support and resources you need to make the most of your abilities and, in so doing, contribute to each and every one of our pupils achieving the same for themselves.
If we have a suitable vacancy, we very much look forward to receiving your application and perhaps, in the near future, welcoming you into the Foundation family.