|Salary:||£33,348 to £36,333 per annum, pro-rata.|
|Placed On:||28th March 2023|
|Closes:||9th May 2023|
The School of Life Sciences is large and diverse, engaging in research and education ranging from Biomedical Science to Marine Biology, creating a challenging and rewarding environment for both students and staff. We are looking for an ambitious individual who will provide operational, strategic and managerial support to the Head of School and Senior Management Team – driving and providing excellence and quality.
This fixed-term, part time post will work alongside another Education Services Manager as part of the senior administrative team within the school, responsible for the management of academic quality assurance processes and administrative structures in the School, including management of an administrative support team, and acting as an interface between the School, the Faculty and the University’s central Professional services teams.
The successful candidate will have proven extensive high level administrative experience in a challenging and complex role and a broad understanding of Higher Education, along with excellent communication, Finance, IT and leadership skills. This role is a fixed-term appointment and is suitable for internal secondment.
The post provides an excellent opening for an experienced administrator seeking to further their career and professional development in a vibrant and exciting School. It’s a challenging role – are you up for the challenge?
In response to COVID-19 the University has implemented adjusted working arrangements for many staff, with a significant number working on a hybrid basis. At the time of a job offer, hybrid or on-campus working will be discussed and considered on an individual basis but you will be expected to be based within the UK.
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