about 1 year ago
Fundraising, Events and Marketing Manager
Between Grade 9 to 10 Scale 29-34 (£25,694 - £29,854) per annum (pro rata)
37 hours per week, term time only plus three weeks/full year (to be discussed at interview)
Initially on a 12 month Fixed Term contract leading to permanent following probation period
The Marches School is a successful, forward-thinking 11-18 Academy, with 1,340 students currently on roll. Located in the attractive border town of Oswestry, the school enjoys a semi-rural location, within walking distance of the town centre. In 2013, The Marches opened its doors to the school's first ever Sixth Formers and now delivers a broad range of A-Levels and boasts modern, spacious Sixth Form Facilities.
The Marches is a thriving school, dedicated to ensuring students feel fully supported in all that they do. Learning radiates well beyond the classroom, with a vast array of extra-curricular activities, trips and educational visits taking place each term. Facilities at the school are exceptional, providing students with access to state of the art ICT equipment, extensive sports facilities and fully equipped classrooms.
We are looking for an enthusiastic person with excellent interpersonal skills and a can-do attitude who can drive forward the fundraising and marketing of the organisation to raise the profile of The Marches Academy Trust .You should have an excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office based applications and previous marketing experience is essential. This post will require the candidate to be able to work across the Trust’s schools which at present comprises of The Marches School, Oswestry and Sir John Talbot’s School, Whitchurch. A full driving licence will therefore be essential.
There will be an opportunity for those interested in applying to visit the school on Wednesday 9th November at 10.00am. If you would like to attend or if you have any other queries, please Gemma O'Reilly at The Marches School.
Closing date is midnight on Sunday 13th November
Interviews will be on Monday 21st November