ucisa are looking for an Events Assistant

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4 October 2021 - ucisa are looking for an Events Assistant

ucisa was founded in 1992 and is a registered charity. We are a not for profit member led organisation for digital practitioners within education. Via knowledge exchange and sharing, we support continuous improvement of expertise among the UK university and college community underpinning teaching, learning and research transformation through better use of digital technology and information systems.

Please see job description and personal specification document for details of what the role involves and the person we are looking for.

Events Assistant

We are looking for an Events Assistant able to support a wide variety of workflows for our internal work duties, our membership and events. You will work closely with colleagues in a small, friendly and busy team, and you must be flexible, adaptable and able to prioritise your own workload and be willing to learn new things. There will be a requirement for travel for our UK events and conferences.

Key role duties

As ucisa’s Events Assistant you will work across all of our areas of administrative activities, including all membership activities and events, with the focus of the role adapting to the needs of our business activities across the year.

The role is full-time, Oxford Based, with some home-working. There will be a requirement to attend our office site at Lumen House, Harwell Campus, Didcot, Oxfordshire at least 2-4 times per month.

The salary for this role is £18,000 - £20,000 per year.

To apply for this role, please email your CV to: jo.cairns@sereniti.co.uk by 16:00 on Friday 23 October 2021. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 9 November 2021, at Lumen House, Harwell and will include a relevant skills test.

Summary of Terms and Conditions

  • Contract: Permanent full time
  • Hours per week: 37.5, Friday with some flexibility to support on-line and face-to-face events
  • Salary: £18,000-£20,000 per year (dependent on candidate experience and skill set
  • Leave: 30 days annual leave & 8 Bank Holidays
  • Pension: Defined Contribution scheme (6.7% employer contribution, voluntary employee contribution 0-6.7%)