Job Shop Adminstrator
Short info about job
Company: Goldsmiths, University of London
Department: Careers Service
Salary: £25,319 to £28,123
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Permanent
Type / Role: Professional or Managerial
Phone: +44-1435 3067901
Fax: +44-1283 2200805
Detail information about job Job Shop Adminstrator. Terms and conditions vacancy
This is an exciting time to be joining the Careers Service team at Goldsmiths, University of London. Major investment to expand the team has been agreed by the College, with 6 new posts being advertised together.
The expansion covers several teams: Employer Engagement, Placements, Student Enterprise and Skills, as the College seeks to increase the range of opportunities available for its students to gain relevant skills and experience during their time at Goldsmiths and to expand its network of graduate recruiters. This is all aimed at supporting students before, during and after their time at Goldsmiths to succeed in the graduate labour market or develop their own ideas for running a business or freelancing.
There is one post of Job Shop Administrator being advertised. This is an opportunity for an effective administrator with a passion for excellent customer service and engaging with employers to join the University. Based within the Careers Service, which is part of the Student Experience Directorate, this role makes a key contribution to our work in supporting student employability and engaging with employers.
This role will be part of a new initiative to create a Job Shop, which brings together and promotes all relevant part time opportunities within the University and the local area. The successful applicant will ideally hold an HNC / HND / degree and relevant recent experience. Excellent communication, interpersonal, IT and organisational skills are all essential, as is the ability to work with accuracy, attention to detail and a customer focus.
This post operates on a full time basis, within the hours of Monday – Friday 9.30 - 5.30pm. Occasional evening / weekend working may be required, although this would be minimal and time off in lieu would be applied.