Job Description

Dulwich Prep London is the most exciting and stimulating place to work. With around 850 pupils, it is the largest boys’ prep school in the UK and is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the most cosmopolitan city in the world. The School’s strength is its community: our staff who are professional, passionate and brilliantly collegiate (CPD is extremely important); our pupils who are inquisitive, challenging learners with a spring in their step, and our parents who are hugely supportive, appreciative and ambitious.

We are seeking to appoint a competent and experienced individual to oversee the School’s Estate’s team. The appointee will be responsible for the planning, management and implementation of a comprehensive maintenance and refurbishment programme for the School’s multiple sites, totaling 29 acres and including the school premises, eight domestic houses and a small boarding facility. They will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with legislation and policy, including Health & Safety management.

The successful candidate will possess a calm, helpful and efficient disposition with a solution focused approach and a can-do attitude, whilst promoting a professional image at all times. A good general standard of education to ‘A’ Level or equivalent, or substantial successful experience in a similar role, is required. Proven project and line management skills are essential, as is a Health and Safety accreditation, or to be working towards NEBOSH Certificate/Diploma.

Please read the Job Description and Application Explanatory Notes below. Completed application forms, along with a covering letter explaining your suitability for this role and a completed Equal Opportunities form, should be sent to Tamsin Hutson, HR Manager, at

Closing Date: Friday 9 September 2022, 5pm

Interviews: Week Commencing 12 September 2022

We reserve the right to appoint at any time during the recruitment process.

Dulwich Prep London is an Equal Opportunities employer and committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post including checks with past employers, the DBS and an online search.