Sunday, March 26, 2023
HomeUK JobLISS Doctoral Training Partnership Administrator

LISS Doctoral Training Partnership Administrator

Spread the love

Salary: £29,127 – £32,256 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance

Building and Campus: Hybrid working, with primary campus at Waterloo Bridge Wing, Franklin Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus

Contact: Paula Sawyer, LISS DTP Manager – [email protected]

Job description

The London Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (LISS) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) is an Economic & Social Sciences Research Council (ESRC) funded multi-institutional collaboration, led by King’s College London in partnership with Queen Mary University of London and Imperial College London.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, organised, and detail-orientated administrator to join our team to provide high-quality administrative and day-to-day support to ensure the smooth running of all administrative activity in the LISS DTP. The role holder will report to the LISS DTP Manager and support the LISS DTP Officer as required in accordance with the key responsibilities of the role. The role holder will work closely with the LISS DTP wider team and across other teams at King’s. The role’s key functions are detailed below.

  • Supporting a variety of student data entry updates and student record maintenance.
  • Supporting the administration tasks relating to the DTP’s Open and CASE and Postdoctoral Fellow Competition processes, including processing applications, preparing documents for shortlisting, and tracking the status of applications.
  • Supporting the LISS DTP Manager with coordinating meetings and briefings.
  • Supporting the LISS DTP Officer with administrative tasks to deliver the LISS DTP Core and Advanced Methods Training.
  • Supporting the LISS DTP Team to triage and respond to routine emails relating to applications and current student queries. 
  • Processing financial payments to students and suppliers, working with financial teams across the university.

You will be a point of contact for all LISS-funded students and all parties involved in the partnership. You will have a collaborative, team-focused outlook, with experience of providing strong administrative support to projects. You should have excellent interpersonal skills, taking a collaborative, collegiate and helpful approach and developing professional working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders, particularly our student community.

The position would suit a highly organised, proactive individual, with a working knowledge and experience of higher education systems, processes, and environment. Independence and initiative in the arrangement of immediate work priorities will be required to react to changing priorities.

This post will be offered on a fixed term contract for 12 months, and may be extended to 24 months.

This is a full-time post – 100% full time equivalent

Click Here to Apply For The Job



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Popular Jobs

Recent Comments