UCL School of Management

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Receptionist and Facilities Administrator (Weekend) - Ref:1872956

The UCL School of Management’s team of Receptionist and Facilities Administrators (evening or weekend) will provide both a reception and facilities management service at Level 38 and Level 50 of 1 Canada Square and administrative support to School staff. In addition to ensuring a professional and welcoming front of house service to students, staff and visitors, they will be responsible for managing facilities issues, monitoring room bookings and assisting the Executive Assistants and logistical support for events.

The weekend role will require the post holder to work from 10am to 7pm on Saturday and Sunday. Times may vary due to COVID-19.

Key Requirements - The post holder must have good general education to at least A-level standard or equivalent professional experience. In addition, the post holders will be expected to have good interpersonal skills which enable them to communicate tactfully and sensitively with others, both orally and in writing. Proven consistent ability to meet tight individual and group deadlines and manage one’s own workload through effective prioritising, time management and organisational skills.

For more information about this post please see here.

Receptionist and Facilities Administrator (Evening) - Ref:1872921

The UCL School of Management’s team of Receptionist and Facilities Administrators (evening or weekend) will provide both a reception and facilities management service at Level 38 and Level 50 of 1 Canada Square and administrative support to School staff. In addition to ensuring a professional and welcoming front of house service to students, staff and visitors, they will be responsible for managing facilities issues, monitoring room bookings and assisting the Executive Assistants and logistical support for events.

The evening role will require the post holder to work from 6pm to 10pm Monday-Friday. Times may vary due to COVID-19.

Key Requirements - The post holder must have good general education to at least A-level standard or equivalent professional experience. In addition, the post holders will be expected to have good interpersonal skills which enable them to communicate tactfully and sensitively with others, both orally and in writing. Proven consistent ability to meet tight individual and group deadlines and manage one’s own workload through effective prioritising, time management and organisational skills.

For more information about this post please see here.

Receptionist and Facilities Administrator - Ref:1872957

The UCL School of Management’s team of Receptionist and Facilities Administrators (evening or weekend) will provide both a reception and facilities management service at Level 38 and Level 50 of 1 Canada Square and administrative support to School staff. In addition to ensuring a professional and welcoming front of house service to students, staff and visitors, they will be responsible for managing facilities issues, monitoring room bookings and assisting the Executive Assistants and logistical support for events.

The role will be Monday - Friday either 08:00-16:00 or 10:00-18:00. Times may vary due to COVID-19.

Key Requirements - The post holder must have good general education to at least A-level standard or equivalent professional experience. In addition, the post holders will be expected to have good interpersonal skills which enable them to communicate tactfully and sensitively with others, both orally and in writing. Proven consistent ability to meet tight individual and group deadlines and manage one’s own workload through effective prioritising, time management and organisational skills.

For more information about this post please see here.

Lecturer (Teaching) in Accounting/Financial Management - Ref:1873307

The UCL School of Management is looking to appoint a full-time Lecturer (Teaching) in the field of Accounting and Finance, and specifically in the areas of financial accounting/financial management. Please be advised this is a teaching track and is not an a research post.

The post-holder will be will be expected to design and/or deliver and assess a number of modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level relating to accounting and finance, and other accounting/finance-related modules, together with dissertation/project supervision, personal tutoring and a range of citizenship roles within the School and/or the wider UCL.

The starting date for this post will be from 1st April 2021, or earlier by negotiation.

Key Requirements - In addition to other criteria, a higher degree at Masters level in an area related to Accounting and/or Finance is essential.

For more information about this post please see here.