The Department of Health Sciences is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Research Secretary/Administrator to work with the Mental Health and Addiction Research group.
This is an exciting opportunity for an organised and highly efficient individual to provide professional secretarial and administrative support to the group and its research projects.
The role will involve a diverse workload and extensive communication with a wide range of people both internal and external to the University. A friendly and helpful manner is essential, combined with the ability to use initiative and judgement. The balance of the workload will fluctuate according to demands, and flexibility will be essential in this post. High standards, excellent organisational and communications skills and strong interpersonal skills are essential in this post as well as highly developed IT and computing skills. The successful candidate must have the ability to prioritise workload, multi task and work to tight deadlines. You must also be willing to work flexibly to meet the varied demands of this busy role.
Salary will be in the range of £21,814 - £25,217 per annum (reduced pro-rata). This is a part-time FTE 0.50, fixed term post for a period of two years in the first instance.
Interview date: TBC
For informal enquiries: please contact Elena Ratschen at firstname.lastname@example.org
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