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Student and Academic Services Administrator

Department
Biology
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
20,624 - 23,879 a year
Apply by
06/08/2017
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Role Description

The Department of Biology is looking to appoint a Student and Academic Support (SAS) Administrator to be part of the Department’s SAS office.  This role is the lead for Biology, Ecology and Genetics modules but will work collaboratively with other team members.  The SAS office is a professional first point of contact providing a welcoming environment and administrative support to all visitors, students and staff undertaking work spanning the full student life cycle.

If you are seeking a role with a broad range of elements then this might be the role for you.  As we are emerging from a period of change, you will also have opportunity to work collaboratively with the SAS Manager and other team members to put in place systems and processes to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of the office.

You will be professional and highly organised, with experience of working as an administrator in a large organisation and be willing to support the other SAS members and other areas of the Department.  You’ll be happy to work flexibly in order to be part of an inclusive, diverse and friendly team.  An ability to organise and prioritise your own work and follow procedures in order to produce work to a high standard, to required deadlines is essential.

Informal enquiries are welcomed and should be made to Natalie Armstrong, Departmental Manager – E: natalie.armstrong@york.ac.uk T: 01904 328511.  Alternatively, you can email biol-personnel@york.ac.uk

The post is full time (37 hours a week) and salary is in the range £20,624 - £23,879 a year.

Closing date: 6 August 2017

Athena Swan Gold

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