Personal Assistant

Job Description


  • Provide high quality assistance to the Deputy Vice President, Global Business Development in respect of diary and correspondence management, providing briefing documents and background materials, and supporting the prioritisation of management and academic commitments.

  • Organise and support meetings, workshops, roundtables, and visits by external/international delegations, including contacting speakers and attendees, arranging logistics and catering, preparing the agenda, writing the minutes and coordinating follow-up action as required.

  • Deal efficiently with communications and correspondence, drafting and distributing communications on behalf of the Deputy Vice President, Global Business Development.

  • Support local purchasing and expenses and assist with the monitoring of budgets and expenditure.



The above list of responsibilities may not be exhaustive, and the post holder will be required to undertake such tasks and responsibilities as may reasonably be expected within the scope and grading of the post.




Qualifications

Educated to degree level or relevant experience



Skills

Essential criteria




  1. Previous experience in a Personal Assistant or proactive supporting role

  2. Experience of complex diary management

  3. Experience of organizing and supporting high-level senior meetings

  4. Experience of report and presentation writing

  5. Experience of working independently and proactively

  6. Committed to equality, diversity and inclusion, actively addressing areas of potential  



Desirable criteria




  1. Experience of budgetary and financial process

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Qualifications

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Skills

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Are you a 2nd year international undergraduate student? Did you attend International Orientation back in September 2022? 



King’s is running focus group to gain insight from undergraduate students who may have attended International Orientation back in the past to see how this event prepared you for your time at King’s + how we can improve this event in the future. 



This focus group will run online via MS TEAMS on Friday 8th March 11-12.30pm. You will be paid for your time. 



You do not need to upload a copy of your CV for this job.




Qualifications

Current 2nd year international undergraduate student.



Skills

Current 2nd year international undergraduate student.

Are you a 1st year international undergraduate student? Did you miss out on International Orientation in September 2023? 



If so, King’s is running focus group to gain insight from undergraduate students who didn’t attend as to what they know about International Orientation + how we can improve this event in the future. 



This focus group will run online via MS TEAMS on Wednesday 6th March 11:12.30pm. You will be paid for your time. 



You do not need to upload a copy of your CV for this job




Qualifications

Current 1st year undergraduate student



Skills

Current 1st year undergraduate student

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