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PA to Head of Department (Fixed Term)

Salary: £22,214-£25,728
Reference: JM15913
Closing date: 16 July 2018

The Department of Sociology is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic PA to support a busy Head of Department.

This new role is an opportunity for an energetic and professional PA to work directly with Professor Sarah Franklin to ensure the delivery of a wide range of duties. The role will include the management of correspondence and diary appointments, identifying and following through on priority tasks, and helping with preparation and administration of meetings.

The successful candidate should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a good standard of written and spoken English. A high level of IT literacy is essential. Previous experience of PA work and knowledge of University administrative systems and procedures are highly desirable.

Further information about the Department of Sociology and the work of Professor Franklin can be found here: https://www.sociology.cam.ac.uk

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 24 months in the first instance.

To apply online for this vacancy, please click here

Informal enquiries about the role and application process can be made to Ms Casey Mein, cm575@cam.ac.uk.

It is anticipated that interviews will take place in the week beginning 23 July.

Please quote reference JM15913 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

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