Overview of Responsibilities: Be the first point of contact at the College for prospective parents and students, or ensure this is effectively delegated to other staff in the Department. Ensure that the Admissions Office gives prospective students, parents and/or their representatives an inspiring introduction to the “Dulwich College Experience”. This includes maintaining a stimulating and welcoming environment in the Admissions Department areas and testing rooms. Conduct regular reviews of the Admissions Policy and procedures to ensure they continue to meet the needs of the College Conduct market analysis of competing international school Admissions Departments to maximize DCY’s ability to attract new students. Create a reporting format and process to review the Admissions process and enrolment figures/targets on a weekly basis with school leadership.New Student Admissions Process Oversee the distribution of promotional/application materials, the scheduling and operation of school tours and all aspects of the enrolment process; Follow up with interested applicants in a defined and documented manner. Liaise with the Headmaster and academic leadership to conduct school tours and information sessions for prospective students and their families. Provide all BCY employees with an “admissions script”, so they are able to answer general queries about the admissions process (e.g., class sizes, year groups, and teachers). Ensure that all enquiries about admissions are acknowledged within 24 hours. Oversee the collection of all relevant documents required for student admission and regularly review all correspondence with applicants’ families. Oversee the development and maintenance of an accurate and up-to-date applicant database. Ensure that the Department has entered all the required information into the College database for incoming students. Ensure that all other information and documents are distributed to College and DCI departments well in advance of a student’s enrolment (i.e., finance, academic, nurses, transport, and catering). Advise the Headmaster of any potential difficulties regarding the eligibility of a child to join the College.Testing and Transcript Evaluation Oversee the scheduling and smooth running of admissions testing; ensure that testing is suitably rigorous and confidential. Maintain a sufficient amount of test materials, both in digital and hard copy form. Ensure that all student transcripts and College profiles are consistent with DCI guidelines and international best practice.Community Liaison and Public Relations In liaison with CLT, hold seminars, open houses and other initiatives to promote the school. Attend community events on the College’s behalf. Maintain professional relationships with Admissions Departments in other DCI schools and with other international schools in the country/region. Support all DCY Admissions and Marketing initiatives. Identify and build partnerships with local companies and organisations that facilitate our recruiting goals (e.g., property/relocation agents, embassies, and chambers of commerce).Safeguarding Adhere to the DCI Framework and College’s Safeguarding Policy. Be proactive in reporting any safeguarding or child protection concerns noted at any time.Marketing Support and advise the Headmaster in all matters relating to the Marketing of the College during its start-up and infancy stages until a separate head of Marketing is appointed.
Possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field. Have at least 3 years of experience in a customer service oriented industry, with experience in the field of education preferable. Be a highly committed team player with the drive, energy and passion to develop DCY into a high performing and forward looking school. Have excellent communication and relationship building skills. Perform effectively and with integrity under pressure. Show initiative and pre-empt issues and challenges. Be fluent in both spoken and written English and Burmese. Possess a good understanding of the education system in Myanmar. Be knowledgeable about the College’s guiding statements and provide regular feedback on their ongoing relevance to the operation of the school. Demonstrate a high level of interpersonal and presentation skills. Possess advanced written and verbal communication skills with the ability to prepare materials parents, prospective students and senior management. Have excellent organisational and time management skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously, meet deadlines and work to time-lines. Possess sound computer skills, being able to use MS Word and PowerPoint and have experience of data entry and information management software systems. Understand the complexities and needs in working for the best interests of our students
- Transportation - Bonus- Yearly Increment- Medical Insurance
- Top International School in Yangon- Prestigious brand with almost 400 years of history - Fun working environment- Part of a network of schools
- Professional Development - Opportunities for International Growth- Explore international standards locally
Dulwich College Yangon provides a modern British independent school education. The first school in Myanmar to have a direct link to a British independent school, the prestigious Dulwich College in London, Dulwich College Yangon draws on over 400 years of experience in education.Spread over two campuses, Pun Hlaing and Star City, Dulwich College Yangon is accepting applications from children aged 2 -14 years for both campuses. The Pun Hlaing campus sits on the beautiful Pun Hlaing Estate to the West of the city, and the Star City campus lies to the South-East on the Star City residential development in Thanlyin township. The College will continue to grow each year until accommodating students up to Year 13 (17 years old).Shared facilities across both campuses include a 350-seat black box theatre, science laboratories, art and design studios, libraries, gymnasia, 25m and 50m swimming pools, and sports fields. As the campuses develop the College intends to introduce additional facilities including a 500-seat performing arts theatre, additional sports facilities and specialist learning areas across both campuses.Dulwich College Yangon joins a network of six Colleges across Asia in Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Seoul and Singapore, as well as two Dulwich International High Schools in Suzhou and Zhuhai. The College believes in a simple shared ethos: ‘Our students come first. We believe in inspiring the children of today to become confident global citizens who have the courage and integrity to seize life’s opportunities.’Dulwich College International schools follow the English national curriculum, leading to IGCSEs and the IBDP in Years 12 and 13. Our students achieve excellent results at IGCSE and IBDP, each year far above the world average, and place at the very best universities worldwide.