|Salary:||£27,929 to £30,502 per annum|
|Placed On:||18th January 2023|
|Closes:||15th February 2023|
Faculty of Health Studies
Faculty Professional Support (FoHS)
Managed by the Head of Faculty Operations you will manage the day-to-day activities and line management of the Business Support administrators. You will lead on the on-boarding of new administrators, ensuring robust training plans are in place. You will ensure Associate Deans, Heads of School, Research centres and Schools are provided with the necessary administrative support.
The successful applicant will have 12+ Months experience in a people management or supervisory Team Leader role. You will deal with performance issues and be experienced in planning workload for the team. You will arrange 1:1's with the team, document objectives and measure against them. You will be experienced in managing in an administrative setting and dealing with day-to-day operational issues.
You will be an enthusiastic individual with excellent communication and organisational skills with a proven ability to work independently as well as part of a busy team. You will have experience of servicing meetings, event organising and data management experience and be confident working with academics, staff across departments, and students. You will be organised and efficient and be able to organise your own work and motivate yourself to achieve.
For further information or an informal chat about the role, please contact Zafar Iqbal – Head of Faculty Operations, Faculty of Health Studies, Ziqbal25@Bradford.ac.uk.
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