The Norwegian Study Centre is a teaching centre in the University of York that is funded by the Norwegian government. Our core mission is to offer bespoke teaching programmes in English language, literature and culture to students from Norwegian institutions of higher education. We offer shorter courses of 1-2 weeks, and credit-giving full semester courses. This administrator role is primarily connected with the organisation of the Short Courses, and also encompasses general office administration and support.
You will carry out a range of administrative processes in order to facilitate the smooth running of the Short Courses and designated aspects of general office administration and support for the Norwegian Study Centre. Typical tasks include attending the reception desk and providing general administrative support; extensive contact with our Norwegian user institutions; booking accommodation and activities; supporting and curating the Short Course student experience in York; assist in developing the centre’s social media profile; and providing administrative support for our student recruitment work.
The successful candidate will show evidence of the following:
This post is available on an open basis, part time for 26.5 hours per week.
Interview date: To be confirmed
For informal enquiries: please contact Erik Tonning on email@example.com
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