|Salary:||£23,662 to £25,948 per annum|
|Placed On:||29th March 2023|
|Closes:||16th April 2023|
A bit about our School
With over 8,000 students the School of Health & Society is the largest School at the University, with colleagues and students from all over the world. We are a forward-thinking, dynamic school with a commitment to lifelong learning and real-world impact.
We offer programmes across a range of subject areas including counselling, nursing and midwifery, allied and public health, psychology, sociology, social work and social policy, policing and criminology, and sport.
Through our interdisciplinary research network and three research centres, we focus on improving health, social and individual outcomes.
Our award-winning facilities give students real-world experience and we have plans to further develop our estate to build on this success.
We are part of the global healthcare community and collaboration is at the heart of what we do, working with a wide range of industry partners locally, regionally and globally.
By joining us, you will become part of a wide network of professionals, sharing knowledge and expertise. Like us, you will be passionate and committed and will be part of our ambitious journey, to shape the health professionals, community and social leaders of the future.
So, what will the role involve?
We are looking for a School Executive Support Administrator (ESA) who is resourceful, innovative, proactive and can seamlessly adjust in a changing and challenging environment. An ability to multi-task is essential as no one day will be the same!
Directly supporting our Senior Leadership Team in the day to day running of a very dynamic office and governance of school meetings and committees.
The ESA will need the ability to fully understand the school’s business and Senior Leaders objectives to optimise and manage the workflow and productivity, ensuring alignment to priorities and successful delivery of outcomes.
Collaborating with team members and help to establish new ways of working, pioneer change, simplify processes, and be adept at using and exploiting digital technology to achieve results.
Contributing to our thinking and be challenging on how Salford can transform the way it addresses equity disparities, embraces diversity and becomes more inclusive.
At the University of Salford we are committed to an inclusive approach to promoting equality and diversity.
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