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The Administrator supports the team to ensure all administration associated with the student lifecycle across all programmes and courses, from enrolment through to graduation is completed. The Administrator also performs ad-hoc PA duties for the Principal and supports and reports to the Operations Manager. The Administrator also offers administrative support for The Courtyard Theatre.
Permanent, full time: Monday – Friday 9:30-5:45 with one hour for lunch each day. Additional hours may be required to fulfil the role.
£22,000 – £25,000 dependent on experience.
The Courtyard Theatre
We are looking for someone flexible in their outlook. We are a small team and we all need to roll our sleeves up to get the job done. You should be well organised, a strong written and verbal communicator and confident in face-to-face interactions with our students. You will also be a confident user of IT, ideally with strong Excel knowledge. However, we will support any training needs. A background in education or the performing arts would also be an advantage but not essential.
We have the ambition to grow and we would like to find the right people to be part of that journey. If you are looking for a role in education and the performing arts, then we have the next role for you. The full job description can be downloaded here.
Please send your CV and a covering letter (of no more than 2 pages highlighting your relevant skills against the person specification) to email@example.com. Closing date for applications is midnight on 31 December. The deadline has been extended to 13 January 2022.
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