The Department of Archaeology is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and proactive Administrator to join the department’s Professional Services Support Team, who collectively provide a high-quality administrative support service, and student and staff experience, to support departmental education and research activities and ambitions led by the Department Manager.
The post is based at The King’s Manor (with occasional travel to the Heslington Campus as required). At present, the post requires a combination of working on campus and working from home, due to current working requirements set out by the university and the Government in response to COVID-19. As the situation continues to develop and guidance changes, flexibility will be required in respect of post location.
To carry out a range of processes to help the department deliver our programmes and support our students. To assist with the delivery of all aspects of the student journey by supporting academic staff and students through providing good customer service, information and advice, and continuously improving our administrative processes.
Knowledge and experience
Skills, abilities and competencies
Interview date: TBC
For informal enquiries: Ally Layton-Bennett (Student Services Manager) by email email@example.com
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