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Screening Service Administrator (Fixed Term)

The University of Cambridge is seeking an enthusiastic Neurodiversity Screening Services Administrator to support the work of the Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre for a three year fixed term.

The Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre (ADRC) is part of the Student Support Department within Education Services. The ADRC provides advice, information and support to prospective disabled applicants, undergraduates, graduates and to the staff who support them. It also provides support and advice to Colleges and Departments/Faculties on the Equality Act (2010) in relation to disability equality matters.

The Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre is looking for a Neurodiversity Screening Services Administrator to provide administrative and financial support. The role administers data, records, reports, appointments, budget, invoices and purchasing of test materials for disabled students alongside general support of the screening service. This post is funded for three years by an external donor.

You should have good communication, interpersonal and IT skills and demonstrate attention to detail. Experience of using the University Finance System is desirable and previous experience of working with disabled people an advantage.

Interested applicants for this post should be educated to GCE A level standard or equivalent standard/NVQ level 3, or have an equivalent level of practical experience and have previous secretarial/clerical experience following Office procedures, ideally within a Higher Education environment. The successful candidate will possess excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills.

Any application should clearly set out how you meet the Person Profile criteria listed in the Further Particulars (see below) along with relevant examples. Candidates will be shortlisted based upon these criteria.

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The University is supportive of hybrid working, where some work is undertaken on University premises and some in a remote working environment. The aim of our approach is to enable as many staff as possible to work in a hybrid way if they wish and where their role allows. Please state in your application if you would like to explore the extent to which this position can be worked in this way.

Interviews will take place on 20th June 2023.

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Please quote reference AW36525 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.

The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

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