Administrative Support Officer, Cultural Institute

Location
United Kingdom
Salary
£19,612 to £22,417 p.a.
Posted
Dec 18, 2020
Closes
Jan 17, 2021
Ref
156161
Organization Type
University and College
Hours
Full Time
Are you a proactive administrator?

Have you experience of collecting data and compiling accurate reports?

Do you possess excellent IT skills, with the ability to use a range of systems and applications?

The Cultural Institute has three main aims: to increase pioneering research collaborations with creative sector partners, to widen cultural engagement and participation and to build the skills of our students. We thrive on ideas from the creative and cultural sector and nurture partnership between arts professionals, researchers and students from all disciplines. We are strengthening our position as a global centre of research and teaching excellence in culture, building sustainable partnerships in a city, region and nation rich in artistic innovation and cultural aspiration.

As an Administrative Support Officer, you will develop and manage the partner database. This will involve collating and filing materials to create an accessible archive of activities. In collaboration with other members of the Cultural Institute (CI) team, you will provide information for quarterly reports against targets. You will support the CI team in the administration, production and delivery of meetings, events and conferences, documents and activities. The role will also involve co-ordinating diaries and arranging and servicing meetings and events.

With experience of working in an administrative role and of producing minutes, you will possess excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills. You will also have excellent IT skills, experience of using information management systems (including the use of databases) and experience of keeping records that can be efficiently retrieved. Ideally, you will have experience of working with systems in a large organisation, such as purchasing, HR and finance systems.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: Sue Hayton, Associate Director of the Cultural Institute

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