Maternity cover is needed for managing the day-to-day administration of The Cleft Collective Cohort study which follows children born with cleft lip and palate and their families.
What will you be doing?
You will provide comprehensive secretarial and full administrative support to the Cleft Collective team. This will include supporting the overall smooth administration and running of the research unit, managing specific projects and information related tasks. You will supervise a colleague and allocate resources, schedule work and provide advice and support.
You will also be responsible for the management of other administrative tasks to support members of the Cleft team and contribute to improving operational effectiveness and quality service. The post-holder will be responsible for the development of effective filing systems, putting together site files, meeting preparation, workshops and other events. You will demonstrate good keyboard skills and have the ability to input data, create and maintain databases, type reports, take minutes, organise diaries, maintain a website, and other administrative skills required of the post.
You will have excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrate the ability to liaise with members of staff at all levels, both internal and external to the University.
You should apply if:
- You have excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of applications
- You have the ability to manage information electronically through databases and spreadsheets
- You have excellent organisational, planning and time management skills
- You have excellent interpersonal skills
Contract type: Fixed term maternity cover for 10 months of earlier return of post holder
Work pattern: Part time / 0.6FTE
School/Unit: Bristol Dental School
Shift pattern: Job Share – 21 hours per week (Wed-Fri)
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Tuesday 01 February 2022
For informal enquiries please contact Kerry Humphries: [email protected] / 0117 3314039
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.