Administrator: Role Profile

The Administrators are essential members of the team who ensure that the academic operations continue to run to a high standard throughout the summer programme. They help coordinate morning and afternoon lessons for the students across a number of sites.

Through the daily maintenance of registers, lesson plans, class handouts/reading assignments, and the proofreading of final student reports, the Administrator ensures that teachers are fully prepared in their delivery of a high-quality academic programme and that students are supported in their learning of new concepts in an unfamiliar environment.

The Administrator is a primary focal point for staff welfare and supports the Campus Coordinator in ensuring student academic welfare by reporting requests to move course and handling complaints sensitively and effectively.

Why become an Administrator?

You will receive comprehensive training to prepare you for the role, including First Aid training. You will also have the opportunity to put your own stamp on the programme through your implementation of the systems and processes. This role has responsibility not just over administration, but also over staff and student welfare and relations, offering a great opportunity to develop leadership and management skills not usually offered in an administrative role.

What skills do you need?

  • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills
  • Well-organised and able to meet tight deadlines
  • Attention to detail
  • Flexible working hours, able to adapt to a diverse workload
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office [Word, Excel] essential