Team Administrator (PSDP)

Team Administrator (PSDP)

£19,035  per annum
37.5 hours per week
Fixed Term Contract until 30 March 2020
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Closing Date; 12 noon, 01/04/2019

Interview Date; 09/04/2019

Research in Practice (RiP) has been commissioned by the Department for Education to lead a partnership to deliver a national Practice Supervisor Development Programme (PSDP). RiP is looking to recruit a Team Administrator to support the planning and delivery of the programme. The successful candidate will bring strong admin knowledge and experience, ideally with strong customer service and data management experience and will need to be able to hit the ground running in a busy and fast-paced team. This is a fantastic opportunity for an admin professional to join an established and highly-regarded team.

Main Duties of the Post

Providing administrative support and responding to queries and communications from the team, partners and customers

Supporting the successful delivery of the PSDP, providing administration and planning.

As an externally facing role, communicating with customers, partners and delegates, presenting the learning programme positively and professionally at all times.

Data input and processing, ensuring high levels of quality is achieved at all times.

The successful candidate will

Manage time effectively and balance priorities, and show exemplary organisational and administrative capabilities, with excellent attention to detail

Be pro-active and have a flexible approach to team working

Have strong data management and data processing skills

Demonstrate excellent customer service and quality assurance to internal and external customers.

Be willing to work flexibly to cover events, staff absences or other urgent work, including longer hours

Be willing to travel including occasional overnight stays

Bring excellent relationship management skills

Ideally hold a UK recognised A-level/NVQ level qualification (or similar) in business or events administration or have relevant administrative experience.

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To apply for this post please send your completed application form to recruitment@dartington.org along with a Supporting Statement outlining the reason for your interest in the role and Dartington, and what you believe you could bring to the role. This is a key element of the decision making process so please take the time to put together the Supporting Statement as without it your application is likely to be at a disadvantage.

Please Note; for this role we will not be accepting CVs