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Albyn School, 17-23 Queen's Road, AB238TS
£19,807 - £19,827 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Term Time Full Time
35 hours per week

This position has expired.

This post will assist, and provide administrative support for, the two Admissions Officers in a newly expanded Admissions team. The role reports to the Head of Admissions, Marketing and Development and supports the admissions process from the initial enquiry stage right through to a pupil’s first day at Albyn School, helping to deliver an outstanding professional admissions service to all prospective parents and families.

The successful candidate must be a self-starter, be able to multi-task, be a team player and have a positive and proactive approach to work with the initiative to complete tasks in a productive and timely manner. With a background in a customer-facing role and/or administration, this is a great entry-level opportunity to gain experience and understanding in a busy Admissions teams as part of the wider Admissions, Marketing and Development Department.

The School

Albyn School is an independent, coeducational day school. With around 770 pupils and 175 staff, it comprises three sections: a Nursery for around 120 children aged 2-5. a Lower School for around 290 pupils aged 5-12 and an Upper School of around 360 pupils aged 12-18.

Since 2018 Albyn has also incorporated the Total French School which currently has four members of staff and just over 40 pupils who follow a hybrid curriculum attending some Albyn School lessons as well as dedicated classes which follow the French national curriculum. The latter enables French School pupils, if they move on (as many do every two to three years), to continue their education either back in France or in other French medium schools around the world.


Located in the heart of Aberdeen’s West End with its playing fields at Milltimber, the School is fortunate to be situated in a city and region that offers a very high quality of life to families moving into the area. The economy and environment present a range of opportunities to enhance and enrich pupils’ education.