We are seeking an experienced administrator to join our fantastic Registry team.
The postholder will be handling enquiries and administration within our Registry team, for two of our five Centres, Centre for Black Theology (CBT) and Centre for Discipleship and Theology (CDT).
A good knowledge and experience of Black Majority Churches (BMC), especially Black Pentecostal churches, will be essential to support the work of CBT, particularly for handling admissions and registry process for students from BMCs. Knowledge and experience of online learning will be valuable in supporting the work of CDT. Both Centres will require pre-planned evening and weekend work from time to time. You can find out more about the Centres here:
• Centre for Black Theology
• Centre for Discipleship and Theology
As well as working closely with the two Centre Directors, the postholder will be responsible to the Registry Manager. Registry work will include carrying out administrative tasks using our virtual learning environment (Moodle) and our database, to create and maintain accurate student records and support assessment and marking processes.
The ideal candidate will therefore need strong administrative experience, preferably in a higher education setting.
Full time (36 hours per week)
Office hours are normally between 9am and 5pm, with some flexibility for evening and weekend working required
Band 5 pay range: £24,285 – £29,619
New staff normally join at the beginning of the range
- Pension scheme with a generous employer contribution
- Free meals in the dining room when the kitchens are open
- Cycle to Work scheme
- 25 days plus 8 statutory holidays and
- closed days between Christmas and New Year
Monday 11th March 2024
- Please read the Applicant Pack for more information
- Please email your completed Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not accept CVs in place of application forms, but they can be provided for supplementary information.
- Please complete our Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Recruitment Monitoring Form (see below for details)
- Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete a test as part of the recruitment process.
Equality and Diversity
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.
- Please completed our Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion form at Recruitment Monitoring.
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- Monitoring forms will not be seen by the panel prior to shortlisting.