Employment at Webb

Founded in 1870, The Webb School is a private boarding school in Bell Buckle, Tennessee. Students from grades 6-12 come seeking college preparatory school education in liberal arts at Webb from all over the world. With 10 Rhodes Scholars among its graduates and consistently high SAT scores, The Webb School has a reputation of being one of the top private schools in the nation. Webb’s small school community, comprised of an average enrollment of 300 day school and boarding school students, and its emphasis on honor truly creates a Character of Home. The 150-acre campus is located in a rural setting 50 miles southeast of Nashville. Approximately one-third of the school's student population is boarding students. At present, the school enrolls students from 16 U.S. states and 12 countries.

The Webb School complies with all applicable anti-discrimination laws and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin in the administration of its educational policies and programs, admissions processes, scholarship and loan programs, employment practices, athletic and other school administrative programs.

Associate Director of Admissions

Associate Director of Admissions

The Webb School as it seeks an Associate Director to help introduce and promote the school and its curriculum and programs to prospective students and families, as well as to consultants and feeder schools. The Associate Director processes all financial aid requests, manages the SSS Financial Aid program, and assists the Director of Admissions in allocating and maintaining the financial aid budget.

The Associate Director’s duties include significant domestic travel to school fairs, open houses, and other public forums and may include some international travel. The Associate Director assists in planning the admissions office travel schedule, submits registration forms and payments for fairs and events, updates travel schedules and details on the school website and other sites, and conducts research into potential new markets. He or she follows up with prospective families by phone calls, visits, personal letters, and e-mails; facilitates annual attrition and admission funnel surveys; assists with Visitors’ Days and other admissions events on and off campus; conducts interviews with prospective students and parents; serves on the Admissions Committee by reading candidate files and helping to make acceptance decisions; and maintains a thorough knowledge of the admissions database.

Candidates should have at least three years of experience in admissions or related work and be familiar with boarding school culture. They must be self-motivated and have effective interpersonal, communication, organizational, and decision-making skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a high-performing team.

Founded in 1870, The Webb School is a day and boarding school for grades six through twelve. Students come to Webb from all over the world seeking college-preparatory education in the liberal arts. With ten Rhodes Scholars among its graduates and consistently high SAT scores, The Webb School has a reputation as one of the nation’s top private schools. Webb’s small school community (300 students) and its emphasis on honor truly create a Character of Home. The 150-acre campus is located in a rural setting 50 miles southeast of Nashville. Approximately one-third of the school's student population is boarding students. At present, the school enrolls students from 16 U.S. states and 12 countries.

The Associate Director of Admissions is a year-round position and will begin on July 1, 2016. Please direct all inquiries (including a cover letter, resume, and three references) by Friday, June 10 to:

Mrs. Carrie Auwarter
Associate Director of Admissions

The Webb School
319 Webb Road East
Bell Buckle, TN 37020
cauwarter@webbschool.com