Department of Computer Science Part Time Office Assistant (SEP) Part-time: Monday – Friday (8am – 1pm) Grade 3: Salary £17,329 – £19,972 p.a., pro rata Duration: Permanent
Posted: 3rd May 2012
Department of Computer Science
Part Time Office Assistant (SEP)
Part-time: Monday – Friday (8am – 1pm)
Grade 3: Salary £17,329 – £19,972 p.a., pro rata
The Software Engineering Programme (part of the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford) has a vacancy for a part time Office Assistant.
The post holder will assist the other members of administrative staff in all aspects of student and programme management including registration, the preparation of course notes and information packs as well as handling student feedback. They will be the first point of contact for enquiries: by email, telephone, or in person and will assist in the organisation of interviews for prospective students, and in the reception of students arriving for modules.
The post, which is a part-time (25 hours per week) permanent appointment, is on the University Support Staff scale at Grade 3, currently £17,328 – £19,972 p.a. The post also carries with it 38 days per year annual holiday (pro rata and inclusive of all bank-holidays and closed periods), and is pensionable.
The successful candidate would be required to work weekdays from 8am-1pm and be involved in hands on tasks. A flexible approach to their working hours would be required, as this post may include occasional weekend working to assist with events, as well as being available to work additional hours at busy times during the year.
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The closing date for applications is: 12 noon on 16th May 2012.
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