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Administrator, Aberystwyth University (CfERHR and WISERD-CWCC/CWPS)

Institution: Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University

Salary: £16,289 - £17,898 per annum (pro rata)

Duration: Cyfnod penodol tan 31/07/2017 / Fixed term until 31/07/2017

FT / PT: Part Time

Weekly Hours: 0.3 FTE

Interview date: Week of the 6th February 2017 / Wythnos y 6 Chwefror 2017

Closing date: 16/01/2017

Job Reference Number: 1076

Documents: Swydd Ddisgrifiad Llawn - Full Job Description.pdf

 

Overview

To promote a flexible workforce, the University will consider applications from individuals seeking full time, part time, job share, or term time only working arrangements.

Aberystwyth University are seeking to appoint a part-time Administrator (0.3 FTE) to support two newly established inter-disciplinary research centres, the Centre for Excellence in Rural Health Research (CfERHR), led by Dr Rachel Rahman, and the WISERD Centre for Welsh Politics and Society, led by Dr Anwen Elias and Professor Michael Woods. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing administrative support for both centres, including record-keeping, managing accounts, organising and publicising events, and maintaining their websites and social media profiles. The ability to work in both English and Welsh is essential.

The post is for a fixed-term period to 31 July 2017 in the first instance, but may be extended subject to the continuation of university funding for the research centres.

Informal enquiries about the post may be addressed to Dr Anwen Elias (awe@aber.ac.uk), Dr Rachel Rahman (rjr@aber.ac.uk) or Professor Michael Woods (m.woods@aber.ac.uk). 

To apply please visit here.

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