EAUC Scotland Programme Administrator

£18,940 plus 12.5% employer pension contribution
This is a one year fixed term contract.
The UK sustainability alliance of universities and colleges, the EAUC, has a unique opportunity for an exceptional person within their Scotland team. Are you that person?

About you in your new role:

You will be a vital member of the small and dynamic EAUC-Scotland Team, supporting the EAUC to realise its ambitious plans in Scotland.
With excellent people and relationship skills, you’ll be capable of engaging with a wide range of stakeholders as an ambassador for the Association. You will provide the first point of contact for our Scottish educational and strategic partner contacts, ensuring they are supported and valued.
You will ensure the smooth running of our office and provide key administration and communication support to the team, including supporting development and management of a varied programme of training and networking events.
Download the Job Description and Person Specification from the right hand side of this page

About us:

We are a not-for-profit, member based charity, run by members for members. From starting out as a voluntary organisation in 1996, we have grown to represent over 2 million students and nearly 400,000 staff with a spending budget of over £25 billion. We help leaders, academics and other professionals to drive sustainability to the heart of their post-16 education institutions in the UK and internationally.
We will commit to giving you lots of opportunities to share your ideas and develop your experience. You will be rewarded with involvement in a dynamic charity, generous holidays and a 12.5% employer pension contribution.
The EAUC is an independent registered charitable company based at the University of Gloucestershire.  The EAUC-Scotland Office is based at Queen Margaret University in Musselburgh.

The EAUC is committed to being an inclusive employer and having a diverse workforce. It is our policy to recruit staff based on their ability and suitability for the position for which they are applying. We welcome applications from all parts of the community/society.

To apply:

Please provide your CV AND a one page covering letter supporting your application that directly relates to these 2 questions:
  • Please explain what administration and communications experience you have that is relevant for this role as per the person specification
  • Please explain why you would like to work for EAUC-Scotland
Applications that do not fulfil the application process will not be considered. Email to Scotland@eauc.org.uk.

Closing date: Sunday 21st May at midnight

Interviews will be held on Thursday 1st June at Queen Margaret University, Musselburgh
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