Campus Administrator

An exciting opportunity has opened to join the hospitality team serving our campus.

If you are an experienced administrator with a strong focus on customer service, a keen eye for detail, and great interpersonal skills, we want to hear from you!

Combining reception services with administrative duties, this complex and varied role requires strong coordination skills and a flexible, can-do attitude.

Strong IT skills, including Office 365 are essential.  In particular, the postholder must be practiced in using Excel spreadsheets to record, manage, and extract information.  Experience in using bookings and database software would be advantageous but we are happy to provide in-work training for the right person.

RoleTo provide a welcoming and efficient reception and bookings service to all students, staff, and visitors, and administrative support to the Campus Manager
HoursFull time (36 hours per week)

Office hours are normally between 9am and 5pm, with some flexibility for evening and weekend working required

SalaryBand 4 pay range: £21,630 – £24,285pa

New staff normally join at the beginning of the range

Other BenefitsPension scheme with a generous employer contribution
Free meals in the dining room during termtime, while on shift
Free onsite parking
Cycle to Work scheme
Holidays25 days,
8 statutory holidays, and
closed days between Christmas and New Year (pro rata)
Closing dateThursday 29th February 2024
Apply
  • Please read the Applicant Pack for more information
  • Please email your completed Application Form to recruitment@queens.ac.uk.
    The Personal Statement section of the form is your best opportunity to give clear examples that demonstrate the quality of your skills and how you meet the requirements for the post.
  • Please complete our Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Recruitment Monitoring Form
  • Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete a test as part of the recruitment process.

The Queen’s Foundation fosters and promotes diversity and inclusion, and therefore welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds regardless of faith, ethnicity, gender diversity, LGBTQIA+, diversity of views and practices, or (dis)ability. All appointments are based on merit.

There is no Genuine Occupational Requirement for Professional Services staff to be practicing Christians and our staff come from a variety of faith and non-faith backgrounds.

If you would like an informal conversation about this post, please contact Georgina Bewley at bewleyg@queens.ac.uk

For any other queries please email recruitment@queens.ac.uk

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