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Operations Officer

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Recruiter
Imperial College London
Posted
19 March 2012
Closes
16 April 2012
Ref
SM010-12
Location
Paddington, London
Sector
Hours
Contract Type
Salary
£24,070 - £26,690 p.a.

Further information

Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology
School of Public Health

Operations Officer
Salary Range:
£24,070 - £26,690 p.a.

About the role:

Applications are invited for the post of Operations Officer to join the Partnership for Child Development (PCD) team based at the St. Mary’s Campus, Paddington. PCD is an organisation committed to improving the education, health and nutrition of school-age children and youth in low-income countries. The PCD Team is based within the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology located at St Mary’s Campus, Paddington. The Department is based within a five star research institute equipped with the latest technologies and facilities.

The post holder, who will be based in the UK, will provide an efficient administrative assistance service for PCD, assisting the Operations Manager to co-ordinate the work of the team. The Operations Officer’s role is central to the work of PCD and provides essential administration work for the Programme and the associated Boards. This is a busy, varied and collaborative post, with wide-ranging responsibility.

Applicants should have office experience and be organised and able to work effectively as part of a team. Knowledge of international development would be an advantage.

This full time post is for a fixed-term of two years.

Please complete and upload an application form as directed. Please quote reference number: SM010-12.

Closing date: 16 April 2012.

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