We are seeking to appoint a PA & Undergraduate Administrator to join the York Law School admin team. You’ll work closely with the team’s Department Manager and Undergraduate Co-ordinator to provide a friendly, professional and proactive administrative service to both the Head of Department and the undergraduate programmes. This is a new role which will involve looking after all aspects of the first year LLB including assessment, timetabling and recruitment along with being secretary to the Staff Student Forum. Your role will include working at least one day a week in the Pro Bono Clinic alongside the Clinic administrator and assisting the current team with new programmes and administrative tasks. Your work will include advising students on issues affecting them and you will need to help them through a range of problems using University regulations.
We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills, a friendly and helpful manner, who is able to work both as a member of a team and unsupervised under your own initiative. Ideally you will be adaptable and able to work flexibly, under pressure and to tight deadlines and able to deal with sensitive student issues in a calm and professional manner and maintain confidentiality.
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