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Programmes Administrator (part-time, fixed-term role)

Job title Programmes Administrator (part-time, fixed-term role)

Department Life Sciences

Salary Starting from £22,847, rising to £26,341 pro rata

Grade Grade 5

Placed on Wednesday 23 November 2022

Closing date Wednesday 30 November 2022

Interview date To be confirmed

Reference CC9919R

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The Department of Life Sciences are looking for an outstanding individual to form part of the Advanced Programmes in Pharmaceutical Practice and Therapeutics (AP3T) Team, playing a key role in providing administrative support towards the postgraduate academic internship programme alongside responsibility for other tasks in our Pharmacy taught postgraduate programmes (delivered by distance-learning). 

These tasks will primarily include supporting the academic lead to ensure smooth running of the internship programme, including

  • liaison with supervisors and NHS trusts
  • booking travel and accommodation
  • Moodle training administration
  • administering funds
  • supporting events

In addition, as time allows, supporting the Director of Programmes for AP3T and, specifically, working with the AP3T administrative team with duties relating to general workload.  

Further information:

This is a fixed-term post initially for a period of 21 months, working 12 hours per week (0.33 FTE).

We welcome applicants who wish to do this as a part-time role, those who wish to maintain a clinical/alternative commitment in their non-University hours or also those who may wish for support in looking for partner organisations to make this post full-time. 

For more information about the role please contact Tim Rennie, Director of Taught Postgraduate Programmes (twr32@bath.ac.uk).

What we can offer you:

We are an equal opportunities employer and have an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations. We have made a positive commitment towards gender equality and intersectionality receiving a Silver Athena SWAN award

A family-friendly University with an increasingly agile workforce, we are open to flexible working arrangements. We’re also proud to be a disability confident leader and are happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments you may require. 

We offer:

  • a very generous employer contributory pension scheme;
  • generous annual leave allowance with an additional 5 discretionary days so that you can enjoy a positive work life balance;
  • an excellent reward package that recognises the talents of our diverse workforce; 
  • a wide range of personal and professional development opportunities.

Our campus is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and the City of Bath with its historic charm and social activity only a short distance away creates an excellent environment in which to work. Find out from our staff what makes the University of Bath a great place to work. Follow us @UniofBath and @UniofBathJobs on Twitter for more information.

We aim to be an inclusive university, where difference is celebrated, respected and encouraged. We truly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and backgrounds leads to a better environment for our employees and students, creating a learning environment and organisational culture that enhances health and wellbeing across our community. We are very proud to have recently received Ambassadors for Autism certification and are an accredited Disability Confident Leader; committed to building disability confidence and supporting disabled staff.

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