What You Will Do
We welcome applications for an experienced and highly competent administrator to provide administrative support across several teams within the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) office.
This position will provide a positive challenge for an administrator with a broad range of skills, providing support to two teams.
The first team is the Scheduling Services Team which has responsibility for scheduling UC's timetable, ad hoc room bookings and examinations.
The second team is the Academic Records Team where you will assist with transfer of credit applications and special consideration applications as well as helping to make sure the twice yearly graduation services run smoothly.
This role offers plenty of variety, liaising with a range of UC Staff across the University in a vibrant and progressive environment.
Mōu Who You Are
You will have previous experience in a busy professional administrative services role and provide high levels of customer service delivery.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must, experience in updating website content, a demonstrated competency in data processing and experience in meeting protocols.
You will be computer literate and a competent user of all Microsoft Office programmes. Excellent organisational skills, including time management and the ability to prioritise conflicting demands and work on multiple tasks simultaneously while maintaining a high level of accuracy, are essential.
If you have an outgoing and confident personality, can work collaboratively and are a team player first and foremost, whilst also being the sort of person who works well autonomously and just gets on and does what is needed - we need you on our team!
Mahi Ngātahi Who You Will Work With
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)'s Office supports and provides overarching vision and leadership in the core academic mission of the University.
As a team, we work collaboratively and are skilled in creative thinking to build national and international linkages for fundamental and applied research.
For information about our team, please visit Te Tari o te Tumu Tuarua Akoranga DVC Office