University of Bath - The University of Bath, London
|Location:||City Of Westminster|
|Salary:||£21,412 to £23,624 competitive package|
|Placed on:||25th November 2016|
|Closes:||11th December 2016|
Based at our new premises in Pall Mall, London, The University of Bath, London offers a wide range of high quality programmes, events, services and facilities for University staff and corporate and public/charity sector clients.
We are now looking for an experienced receptionist/administrator to join our team to enable the smooth running of the London facility and to support our executive programme delivery. Working within the Executive Education team you will report to the Director of Bath, London/Director of Executive Education and will work closely with colleagues as one of the first points of contact for general enquiries. You will also have responsibility for booking facilities, programme administration, office management and client co-ordination, providing excellent customer service as part of our committed and dedicated support and delivery team.
You will have experience of working with a wide range of customers, excellent interpersonal and customer care skills as well as strong IT skills and an administrative background to enable you to deliver the high standards of service required to staff, faculty and senior management clients.
You will be required to work an average of 36.5 hours per week and will work alongside our other team members to ensure cover across all hours of operation. On occasion this may include some evening work depending on the business needs.
For further information please contact Dr Jan Stiles (email@example.com or 01225 385368). However please ensure that you submit your application through the University of Bath website.
For further details (Job Description & Person Specification and Terms of Employment) please click the 'apply' link below.
Bath, proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer, Best Campus University and 1st for Student Satisfaction.
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