This is an exciting opportunity for a project administrator to support the principal investigator, Dr Hugh Houghton, in the administration of his research projects. The role will include taking responsibility for the Institute’s website and social media profile, handling timesheets, arranging travel and expenses claims, facilitating meetings and conferences, and assisting with publications. The post holder will receive direction from the Principal Investigator and will work independently to support the delivery of the project outcomes within this scope. Skills • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, including the ability to work remotely where necessary. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong attention to detail. • Aptitude for numeracy and accuracy with an understanding of budgets and the ability to use and devise spreadsheets effectively. • Organised and able to prioritise own workload according to changing needs and time constraints. • Reliable and trustworthy, with ability to make independent judgments when appropriate. • Able to demonstrate advanced IT skills using the MS Office suite of programmes, Adobe programmes and the ability to develop and maintain web pages and social media. The post holder should also be confident and willing to learn new software packages as required. Qualifications • Educated to ‘A’ Level standard with at least GCSE Grade C in Maths and English or equivalent. Knowledge and Experience • Significant experience of relevant administration, preferably in higher education. Experience in managing EU-funded projects would be desirable. • Ability to work and communicate with stakeholders from a wide range of cultural backgrounds courteously, diplomatically and confidentially. • Demonstrable experience in the organisation of conferences/workshops and international travel. • Demonstrable experience of developing, using and maintaining complex working systems, e.g. a financial management system or its equivalent. • The ability to work flexibly in a fast moving, dynamic environment where change is often required immediately. • Able to work under pressure and deal appropriately with confidential and sensitive information, including the requirements of data legislation. • The ability to use judgement and make appropriate decisions within the constraints of the role. The College of Arts and Law has a long tradition of producing cutting-edge research that has real-world impact and informs the challenging and exciting learning environment our students experience. The College is recruiting a new Project Administrator role to support a large EU funded project titled Commentary Manuscripts in the History and Transmission of the Greek New Testament (CATENA) running at the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing (ITSEE) in the Department of Theology and Religion.