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Job details
Employer Southend Adult Community College
Location Southend-on-Sea
Salary NJC L4 (£16,491 to £18,070 per annum)
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Permanent
Job dates
Closing date Applications are closed
Job starts Upon Completion of Satisfactory Checks

This role is 52 weeks a year and for 37 hours per week. 

Following a restructure within our Learner Services Department, we have a vacancy for a Registry Assistant within our Registry Team. 

The main purpose of the role will be to provide an efficient, effective, accurate and responsive administrative support service for the Registry Office function with high levels of customer service to learners, staff and external partners.

The role of Registry Assistant is to assist with all aspects of work within the Registry Office including but not limited to enrolment, payments, reception, examinations, learner enquires, information and advice and general administration.   

You will have previous experience of working within an office/school/college environment, a good eye for detail, excellent customer service & communication skills and experience of working in a customer focused role. Applicants will need to have Level 2 qualifications in English, Maths and ICT and be willing to undertake a Level 2 Information, Advice and Guidance qualification within 2 years of appointment. 

This role will require an enhanced disclosure and barring service clearance

Interviews: to be held week commencing 31st July 2017. 

Southend Adult Community college welcomes applications regardless of gender, disability, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith.

The college is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and that students and staff can study and work in an environment free from harassment and bullying. 

Southend Adult Community College aims to achieve curriculum excellence by promoting consistently high standards of teaching, learning and assessment across all provision. We expect all academic staff to take Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence (PRIDE).