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Admissions & Marketing Assistant - Part-time

Gad's Hill School, Rochester

  • Ref:KCC886-6007-174S
  • Posted:19/01/2022
  • Pay:Salary up to GBP £12,480 per annum
  • Start Date:ASAP
  • App Close Date:28/01/2022 at 16:00
  • Interviews:w/c 7th February


Admissions & Marketing Assistant

Gad’s Hill School is excited to offer an exciting opportunity to join our admissions and marketing team in this ambitious and growing 3-16 independent day school set in beautiful surroundings and extensive grounds. The successful applicant will support and, as appropriate, deputise for our Admissions, Marketing and Communications Manager (AMCM) in all elements of our admissions process, including the personalised care of all our prospective and newly-joined families.

The successful applicant will respond to enquiries and welcome prospective families to the school, as well as assisting with the administrative duties of the department and participating in the marketing of the school and its open days.

As the first point of contact for families engaging with the school, the post-holder should be enthusiastic with a warm and welcoming personality. A confident and friendly phone manner is essential. First class organisation and administrative skills are also vital, with a strong focus on attention to detail.

Full details are available in the information pacK.

The hours we require this post to be worked are as follows:

6 hours per day (to be agreed but most likely 8.30am to 2.30pm to include a 20-minute break), 4 days per week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  Very occasional weekend and evening work is required.  52 weeks per year.  Annual leave to be taken as approved from time to time by the AMCM.  

Information about the school

Gad’s Hill School operates as three distinct departments within one school. The Kindergarten takes children from age three into the Nursery through to Year 2. Pupils follow the National Curriculum although there is a strong emphasis on play, physical education, music and drama with all pupils performing in a number of short productions each year. The school places particular emphasis on communications and therefore pupils from Reception upwards receive twice weekly lessons in Spanish and also ICT.

The Junior School is currently growing in size and became two-form entry throughout Years 3-6 in Autumn 2019. Our Junior pupils receive a high proportion of lessons with subject specialists; in particular Modern Languages (Spanish), DT, ICT, Art, Music, Science & Games. By Years 5 and 6 a great number of lessons are delivered by specialist tutors. There is a particular emphasis upon team games and almost all of our students have the opportunity to represent the school in fixtures against other schools.

The Senior school has a two-form entry. The curriculum is relatively broad, with all pupils taking a spread of subjects including Art, DT, Food & Nutrition, Spanish, Computer Science, Music and Drama. Students choose a range of options at the conclusion of Year 8. They follow a core of Maths, English (Literature & Language), Combined Science and CCF (BTEC – Teamwork & Personal Development). As options they may choose from History, Geography, Spanish, Art, Food & Nutrition, DT, Computer Science, Music, Drama and PE. Our GCSE curriculum is broad, suits most pupils and provides a firm foundation for sixth form and university entry.

At present there is no sixth form education at Gad’s and pupils currently depart to a variety of onward destinations. The majority will study at local grammar schools, but others attend other state or independent sixth forms or colleges. In the last two year we have partnered with the University for the Creative Arts and several of our leavers have commenced Extended Diploma courses with them.

The school operates a good number of after school activities and would welcome new additions to the extra-curricular programme.

The Headmaster, Mr Paul Savage, was appointed in August 2018, having previously occupied the role of Head of Seniors. His vision is to provide generations of pupils with all the opportunities and individual care and guidance that an independent school can provide but underpinned by a passionate commitment to the evaluation and refinement of quality teaching and learning, based on the latest educational research.

Job Contact Information

Fax: Fax: 01474 822977


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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students. You are advised that this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020 and therefore this post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).