Job Description

This research will explore the impact the cost-of-living crisis has had on residents of Southwark, Lambeth and the City of Westminster. The purpose of the project is to understand the public’s thoughts on the crisis and develop recommendations for policy measures that can help mitigate the negative impact of it.

As a notetaker you will support the workshop facilitator by typing up the conversations taking place during three sessions. The workshops will take place on the following dates between 6.30pm – 9.30pm:

  • Tuesday 10th January

  • Tuesday 17th January

  • Tuesday 24th January


Each workshop will take place in Room Mb2.2 of the Macadam Building, Strand Campus, London, WC2R 2LS.

Prior to the workshop you will be asked to attend a briefing on how to take notes during the workshops. You will also be given a notetaking template to fill in during the workshop.

This role has 9 hours available, 3 x three-hour sessions.


Undergraduate degree


  • Good touch typing speed – able to produce legible notes

  • Accurate spelling and grammar skills.

  • Ability to work under time constraints.


Exam Invigilation Supervisor

Grade 6 - £18.34 p/h


We are hiring for a temporary Exam Invigilation Supervisor for the January 2023 period at London South Bank University. 

The dates of the exams are 09/01/2023 - 20/01/2023 and this placement will run from 19th Dec 2022 to 20th Jan 2023.


Main purpose of the job

  • To manage the invigilation timetabling process and ensure the exam period runs smoothly


Main duties

  • To coordinate and oversee the timetabling of the invigilators, checking their availability and scheduling them for multiple exams, across the two-week period in Jan 2023

  • To ensure registers are printed and distributed to relevant university staff and all invigilators in a timely manner

  • To meet and greet exam invigilators during the exam period, and escort to exam rooms


Not applicable.


Person specification and skills


  • Ability to manage complex exam timetables  

  • Ability to work to deadlines and to cope with tight schedules in a calm and efficient manner

  • Excellent coordination and time-management skills

  • Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills including oral, written/literacy, numeracy, and presentation skills.

  • Good knowledge of word processing, databases and spreadsheets

To process student and staff requests, providing advice and ensuring all enquiries are resolved efficiently  

Prepare and input data into the residential accommodation software, taking ownership and accountability for work completed, to ensure that it is dealt with efficiently.  

Maintain a level of accurate and up to date knowledge of issues, activities, and events necessary to underpin the delivery of an efficient and effective first point of information service.  

Work flexibly in response to ongoing changes to administrative systems and processes and contribute to the development and improvement of working practices, to deliver more efficient approaches to support the student experience.  

To take responsibility for work in their own area, whilst working flexibly to achieve team results by assisting others and working collaboratively to complete tasks and projects.  

Assist with staff system training regarding the allocations process and occupancy management 

Process damage charges to accounts based on information from the Residential Manager(s). 

Process cancellations and withdrawals indicating any cancellation penalties as warranted by the current cancellation calendar 

To handle allocations enquiries and escalate matters when required. 

To support the contact centre team at key times of the year with handling allocations enquiries 

Ensuring data on the relevant systems is maintained accurately and errors are rectified proactively/promptly 

To ensure that procedures are accurately and consistently implemented, and to maintain confidentiality with regard to personal information at all times and that any data breaches or loss are reported immediately following King’s procedure  


Degree desirable


Good time management skills, in order to handle a large volume of work with tight deadlines  Strong IT skills especially in the use of Microsoft Products  

Experience of working to tight deadlines 

Experience in the use of databases and/or room booking systems. 

Ability to work flexibly as part of a multi-disciplinary team and cover for other team members in their absence. 

Excellent and proven administration skills e.g. organised record keeping, retrieving, analysing, presenting data and producing reports. 

We are looking for a Business Analysts to work with our Business Development and Marketing team for 3 months. The assignment is to support the Head of Business Development to set-up and manage processes to enable Business Development for the Gene Therapy Vector Facility. The tasks will include the following

  •  Follow up on potential new client leads

  • Administrative management of client pipeline

  • Administrative management of landscape activities (commercial and academic groups requesting our services)

  • Marketing: support with social media forecasting

This role is offered for ca. 2 days per week with flexibility of hours and days available.  Ideal candidate could be an active student at Kings in a Business or Scientific degree course.


A Level/ Diploma/ Degree in a business or scientific subject or working towards a diploma or degree qualification


  • Use of Microsoft office tools such as excel

  • Awareness of business processes such as contracting, proposals and costings

  • Familiarity with PubMed or other scientific databases

  • Understanding of functionality of LinkedIn