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  • Foundation Director of Marketing and Admissions

    Published 16/04/21

    Warwick Independent Schools Foundation is seeking to appoint an exceptional Foundation Director of Marketing and Admissions with responsibility for taking the lead across the Foundation schools, in creating, developing, implementing and managing the Foundation’s marketing and admissions strategies. Reporting to the Foundation Principal, this is a pivotal leadership role which will be instrumental in supporting the Foundation to continue to thrive.  

    In addition to being professionally highly competent, the person appointed will need to have energy and vision as well as total integrity and empathy for education and school-life. The individual will have a demonstrable track record in strategic marketing and admissions gained from within or outside the education sector, and the ability to provide inspiring and motivational leadership for the marketing and admissions teams.  

    This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding candidate to play a central role at the newly augmented Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, which is rightly proud of its impressive campuses educating more than 2800 pupils across its schools. 

    The post is for September, or sooner if available, and commands a comprehensive package, commensurate with the importance of the post and the standing of the Foundation.  

    Further details are available on AMC’s website:   

    For a preliminary discussion with AMC please contact:  

    Emma Allen:  , Lisa Phillipps:

    Applications are invited via the AMC website. 

    Closing Date: Tuesday 4th May 2021 at 10am 

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  • Foundation IT Support Apprentice

    Published 12/04/21

    37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

    Salary - £12,959 - £15,083 per annum (Support Scale Points 4-7)

    We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our IT (Digitally Enabled Learning) team, to provide support of the IT systems and services across the Foundation of schools. This will include handling through to resolution of First Line/Level 1 incidents and problems, as well as working with other members of the team to help resolve 2nd Line/Service issues.

    The successful candidate will have 5 GCSE's at 5 or above (A* - C) or equivalent in Maths and English and a genuine interest in keeping up to date with ICT development.

    For more details, and to apply for this apprenticeship, please visit the QA website at:

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