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Job Vacancy: Administrator for the Centre for Ministerial Formation

Hours: 22.5 hours (FTE: 0.6)
Salary: £18,000 – £21,000 pro rata, depending on experience and qualifications
Benefits: A stakeholder pension with a generous employer contribution
Free meals in the dining room when the kitchens are open
Holidays: 25 days, 8 statutory holidays pro rata, closed days between Christmas/New Year
Closing date: 12 noon, Tuesday 29th June
Interviews Week commencing Monday 12th July

Queen’s has worked hard to ensure a Covid-secure environment and interviews are due to take place on campus.

We are seeking a highly motivated and flexible person to provide administrative support to the work of the Centre for Ministerial Formation, focusing on work with Methodist students.

The ideal candidate will be educated to a good standard and have strong administrative experience, ideally in a higher education setting. The ability to work quickly and to prioritise between tasks, responding to developing needs, is essential in this busy role. The postholder will need to be well-organised and proactive, with excellent written and verbal communication skills, and trustworthy with confidential material.

Good IT skills for Office 365 are a necessity and the experience in using a database would be a strong asset.

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.

Apply here



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