The post is fourfold and combines:
building management co-ordination
general administrative responsibilities to support those working across the IT Services offices
Health and Safety including DSE assessment
The post holder must ensure that the day-to-day administration of the office runs smoothly and that departmental procedures are followed. This post also manages the departmental phone system under Chorus.
IT Services is currently housed across four buildings, including 7–19 Banbury Road, Dartington House, Gibson Building and 16 Wellington Square, comprising some 344 staff plus contractors and agency workers.
A key factor in the success of this role is the capacity to work well as a team to achieve mutual support internally as well as building strong and effective links externally with relevant teams across IT Services and Estates Services Facilities Management. Time management is also essential.
The post holder will need to deal with a wide range of people, both within and outside the University, in a positive and professional manner. They will develop and maintain successful and effective working relationships with key staff in Estates Services Facilities Management and in the wider collegiate University in support of IT Services activities. As they will be working closely with other divisions in UAS, maintaining effective communication and links are important.
The post holder will be a motivated self-starter who can turn their hand to a variety of duties as required. The post holder will be supporting a number of sections within IT Services so the ability to prioritise an ever-changing workload with minimal supervision will be important.