Job Vacancy for Admissions Coordinator at Colston’s School

There is currently an exciting job vacancy at Colston’s School, a thriving co-educational day school on the outskirts of Bristol.

The Upper School occupies a glorious thirty acre campus and has all of its facilities on-site. It is easily accessible from the motorway network and has approximately 750 students aged from 3 to 18.

There is a vacancy for an Admissions Coordinator to join the school’s busy Admissions Team. The successful candidate will assist the Admissions Manager in responding to parental enquiries by phone and in writing as well as planning visits and taster days for prospective families.

This is an excellent opportunity for a capable administrator who is highly organised and is able to work to meet deadlines. Experience of data input and the drafting of correspondence are vital.

The Admissions Coordinator will assist in the planning and administration of events such as Open Morning, entrance assessments and scholarship events.

The hours for this role will be 9am until 3pm (including half an hour lunch break, unpaid) during all of school term time (35 weeks) plus the equivalent of 10 extra days during the school holidays.

The salary of £10,800 per annum. The remuneration pay scale is NJC pt 18 pro-rata, being £18,070 FTE x 27.5 /37.5 hours per week x 42.38/52 weeks per year (37 working weeks plus 5.38 weeks paid holiday).

Pro-rata paid holiday entitlement is 5.38 weeks each year including bank/public holidays. Other benefits include School lunch during term time, free parking on site, a defined contribution pension scheme and staff remission on school fees in accordance with the staff remission policy.

For further details and to download an application form and apply for this position, please follow this link: .

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Friday 12th January 2018 and interviews will take place in the week commencing 15th January 2018.

Colston’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).