Use your advanced strategic capabilities, timely decision making and creative solutions to achieve the School's annual admission targets.
What is the Role?
As Director of Admissions you will provide strategic leadership and be responsible to achieve the School's annual admissions targets and specific year group targets. This is a permanent, full-time position which attracts six weeks annual leave.
Who will the successful applicant be?
For a detailed position description and to apply: Director of Admissions
Applications close: 4:00pm, Friday 14 October 2022
Interviews will commence as applications are received.
See here for further employment benefits at SACS: https://www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/employment/
Who are we?
St Andrew’s Cathedral School (SACS) is an independent, Kindergarten to Year 12 Anglican school located in two high-rise buildings in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. The school offers students a strong academic program and extensive opportunities to be involved in sport, music, drama and outdoor education. As an authentically Christian school in the Anglican tradition, Christian values are embedded in all aspects of daily life, with honesty, integrity, humility, respect and service being foundational to the richness of relationships at SACS. We seek to develop students who think critically and creatively and have hearts that love, minds that grow and lives that give.
Why St Andrew's Cathedral School?
St Andrew’s Cathedral School received Voice Project's Best Workplace Award for staff satisfaction and engagement in 2020, and was recently awarded 5 Star Employer of Choice 2022 by The Educator for positive employee experience. This is an amazing achievement, representative of a supportive, collegiate culture where every staff member is known, valued and equipped to excel in their role.
Prior to employment at the School, this position requires the successful applicant to have:
Please see www.newcheck.kids.nsw.gov.au for further information. It is an offence under the NSW Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for this position.