Graduate Courses Assistant (maternity cover)

University of Oxford - Department of Social Policy and Intervention

This is a re advertisement. Previous applicants need not apply. This post may also be offered as a secondment opportunity.

We are looking for a part-time (60%) Graduate Courses Assistant to join our busy Courses Office. You will be working with the Graduate Courses Administrator and will lead on the administration of the student’s admissions process and providing support for the Department’s Ethics Committee, as well as being involved in other aspects of courses administration. This includes providing information to prospective and current students, maintaining student databases and files, liaising with students, tutors and central University offices, and providing support to academic staff on teaching and research ethics.

This is a 10 month fixed-term contract to provide maternity cover for the substantive post holder. The post is available immediately. The Graduate Courses Assistant reports to the Graduate Courses Administrator.

You will have good administrative and time management skills; excellent communication skills; and strong IT and data management skills.

This post is available as an internal secondment to University employees only. If you wish to be considered for this post as a secondment opportunity, please discuss it with your current substantive line manager before submitting an application. The Department will seek confirmation of support from line managers directly.

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 21 December 2016. Applications received after this time will not be considered. Interviews will be held late January 2017.

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