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Almost all communications in your school occur in cycles. Daily, weekly, across terms, semesters and years. It is little wonder then that one of the most common frustrations for Heads is that their communication and marketing efforts seem to be stuck in a rut. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
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The Marketing Manager is responsible for advancing the school’s Admissions and enrollment outcomes through strong marketing and communications and with an eye towards broader Advancement goals. This person works closely with the Director of Communications and Marketing and the Director of Admissions to ensure that GFS is top-of-mind for all families whose child(ren) might benefit from attending GFS. In addition, this role is responsible for creating a superior experience for prospective students and their families through communications that represent GFS’s visual and verbal identity, events, and engagement with students, alumni, and families. This includes an emphasis on accurately, effectively, and eloquently enhancing GFS’s mission for diversity and inclusion in all marketing outreach materials and events.