Theatre Subject Rep

£25,642 - £25,642

Job Description

Represent the University  at the  NYT's Playing Up and Stepping Up Progression Event 2023

Taking to students, demonstrating the learning and teaching at London Met, collecting contact details

Please note:- this job was for work completed in 2023 and can only be accepted if you have completed the Met Temp process and are deemed as 'compliant' 


Current or recent graduate of th Theatre and Performance art course

Recommendation by the academic tutor


Current or recent graduate of th Theatre and Performance art course

Recommendation by the academic tutor

Confident communication and interpersonal skills 

Welcoming with a positive attitude to your course and London Met

Flexible approach to working 



The admissions office is recruiting for roles within our clearing team as admissions assistants for our clearing operation.The majority of successful applicants would start with us on 8th August. However we will have 8 roles beginning Thursday 4th July 2024. 

You will be a key member of the business process, interacting with applicants, assessing applications, data processing among other administrative tasks.

This role is under a temporary contract and will require early and late hours during key dates. If you wish to gain the experience of being a team member in a large business operation please submit an application.

Please note the number of hours available may vary due to the nature of the role. For this reason we cannot guarantee your position will be available until the expected end date.

Expected interview date - Week commencing 6th May 2024 - Interviews will be conducted in person on Holloway campus. After the interview you will be asked to complete a short test. 

In order to apply for this role you must have be a current student of London Met or a recent graduate of London Met


There are no minimum qualifications for this role.


Experience/Skills required

You are required to have good IT skills, a professional attitude and a strong work ethic. This role involves following specialised business and administrative work processes for which full training will be provided.

You will be capable of working in a team and able to communicate confidently with various stakeholders at various levels. You will be able to demonstrate flexibility and the ability to work as an individual.

Research Temp 




Research Experience 

King’s Business School is seeking a highly organised 0.5 FTE administrator to support the KBS Research Team with research outputs and publications, Research Excellence Framework (REF) preparations and shared team email inboxes.

The role holder may also be required to work with the Dickson Poon School of Law (DPSoL) Research Team with similar tasks where needed. KBS & DPSoL have a joint Research Team and some colleagues work across both Faculties.

Role holder responsibilities:

  • Checking research output metadata and open access compliance for REF 2029 using Pure, King’s institutional output repository. Updating output records and liaising with academic staff and central teams where needed. Analyse data and provide overviews about outputs to the KBS Research Team.

  • Supporting the team’s preparations for REF where needed, such as supporting internal output assessment processes.

  • Supporting internal requests for data, statistics and summaries (e.g. data around outputs, research grants, etc).

  • Helping the team to monitor the KBS Research and Postgraduate Research shared team email inboxes and prioritising and responding to a range of queries.

  • Other administrative tasks to support the team where needed.

Full training will be provided.

The role would be well suited to a PhD, Masters or Undergraduate level student with the required skills and experience. At a minimum, the candidate will need to be able to commit until the end of September 2024 but preferably will be able to continue into the academic year. The possibility of extension is subject to strong performance in the role. 

Availability to work some hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays is crucial. The average 17.5 hours a week the role holder would work are somewhat flexible and there will be the possibility for hybrid/at-home working. However, it will be essential that the successful candidate is available to work in the office for at least a half day a week (in Bush House, KCL) to facilitate their learning of the role duties and to become acquainted with other members of the KBS Research Team.

How to apply: Please send a one page cover letter and your CV to 

Contact: If you have any enquiries about the role, please contact


Please see experience/ skills required.


  • Good numeracy and MS Excel skills. 

  • Experience of and the ability to check, analyse and summarise a large volume of data.

  • Good understanding of research in the context of the higher education sector. Desirable to have previous experience of conducting or supporting research (e.g. in an administrative or research assistant role).

  • Confidence, experience, and skills at managing busy inboxes using MS Outlook and being able to independently prioritise and respond to a range of queries.

  • Strong written communication skills.

  • Be discrete in the handling of confidential information and material.

  • Existing experience working in universities/the higher education sector, or an interest in developing knowledge of this sector.

  • Skills and experience of learning and using online systems (ideally including some higher education systems).