Free open Job in Wales Faculty Administrator at Glyndwr University
Salary: £20,989 to £23,557 per annum pro rata; Part time
Closing Date: Friday 31 August 2018
Part Time (0.6), Permanent
The Faculty of Social and Life Sciences at Wrexham Glyndwr University is looking to recruit an experienced Faculty Administrator to report to the Faculty Business Manager, provide PA support to the Dean and undertake secretarial functions as required.
The successful candidate will be expected to manage their own time within a busy office and carry out a wide range of general office tasks and secretarial duties, whilst keeping the Dean, Associate Deans and Faculty Business Manager aware of relevant business.
You will possess excellent organisation, communication and interpersonal skills and have the ability to develop and maintain efficient systems. You will be competent operating using your own initiative as well as part of a wider team.
You will be educated to HND level preferably within an Administration, IT, Business qualification.
For further details please contact Melanie Jackson email@example.com
The Faculty of Social and Life Sciences at Wrexham Glyndwr University provides a learning environment which allows for students to engage with inspirational teaching and applied research excellence, enabling students to become graduates who transform lives, organisations and communities in their sector.
The Faculty is passionate about the needs of society and dedicated to ensuring every opportunity is available for our students and graduates to make a real difference to people and industry.
Gaining practical skills and experience in real life situations is key to all our programmes. Our students are encouraged to challenge convention and work innovatively as they explore the latest theories, ideas and techniques that drive continuous development within their sector putting our graduates on a path to become the leaders of tomorrow.
The Faculty’s wealth of experience in industry and practice is used to advise organisations in the region and further afield. These partnerships are key to supporting the progression and development of our students and graduates’ careers
The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post.