The Department of Education wishes to appoint a Graduate Programmes Administrator to act as the lead administrator for the Department’s six MA programmes. Working closely with the Directors of Graduate Studies, Senior Academic Administrator and the Chair of the Board of Studies, the successful candidate will provide administrative support for all aspects of our MA programmes within the department and will contribute to support within the wider programmes administration team and related academic matters.
This post provides the opportunity for an experienced administrator to work in an interesting and varied administrative role as a member of a friendly and supportive administrative team. You will be responsible for the delivery of all aspects of administration necessary to maintain the effective and efficient running of the programmes and provide a key role in supporting students and staff.
You will have experience of working in a busy office environment providing first-rate administrative support and possess excellent organisational and IT skills. You must have the ability to work independently and prioritise your own workload effectively. Excellent communication skills and attention to detail are essential. You will be required to establish good working relationships with Departmental academic and administrative staff with whom you will work closely.
The Graduate Programmes Administrator role is a full-time appointment and is available immediately.
Informal enquiries may be made to Jayne McCullagh, Senior Academic Administrator, on +44 (0)1904 323455 or email: Please also see the Department web pages at www.york.ac.uk/depts/educ
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