UCL is a globally recognised Institution and one of the UK’s most successful Universities. The award winning Accommodation team sits within the UCL Estates division, and comprises of over 26 Halls that houses more than 6500 residents.
UCL Accommodation has set out an ambitious new vision of becoming the leading provider of accommodation in the HEI sector; delivering an exceptional student experience and is embarking on new strategy to delivery this vision. Students create the communities. Most of our Halls are close to campus in Bloomsbury, one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods. We also have Halls in Camden and Victoria – exciting areas with their own quirks and treasures.
Despite London’s expensive property market and the pressure on student accommodation, UCL’s prices are kept as low as possible and are amongst the cheapest in the area.
The team also works hard to enhance the experience of every! student staying with us. We believe it’s everyone’s role in the team to help ensure that every resident in UCL Accommodation feels at home. We’re striving to provide every student with an experience as befits one of the world’s greatest universities in one of the most exciting cities on earth.
About the role
The role involves providing a meet and greet front of house service as well as supporting all back office functions, providing administration support across all of the sites. Supporting open days, intake days and departures as well as assisting day to day visitors, students and external contacts.
The ideal candidate will be able to provide a cheerful reception service to all students and visitors and will ensure that the highest level of customer service is maintained as well as acting as a role model for excellent service delivery.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a part time role working three days (or 21.9 hours) per week. Days worked will generally be Monday to Wednesday, but this may occasionally be different, depending on operational requirements.
You should have experience working in a customer facing role and should be highly skilled in understanding, empathising with and delivering against customer needs. You will also need to have good general computer literacy, and will need to be able to use Microsoft Office applications.
You will need to be a self-motivated person who is able to work on your own initiative, with excellent time management and prioritisation skills, and the ability to work at pace while maintaining accuracy and attention to detail. A positive attitude is key for this role, given its’ customer facing nature, and you will need to offer flexibility around working hours and be willing to take part in a rota (as outlined above).
What we offer
As well as the exciting opportunities this role presents we also offer a salary of £29,033 – £32,479 (this is a full time equivalent so will be pro-rated accordingly), as well as some great benefits, including 41 Days holiday (including 27 days annual leave 8 bank holiday and 6 closure days).