Could you help our students achieve careers and jobs they love?
The Careers Centre at the University of Reading is seeking a Careers Information and Events Assistant to work in our busy team. This varied role will be key in planning, coordinating and delivering a range of careers events including careers fairs, employer presentations, an annual workshop programme and bespoke events.
You will help promote the full suite of services, workshops and events using a variety of channels and a creative flair would prove an advantage.
We need someone who excels in customer service and can manage a varied workload and conflicting priorities. The successful candidate will focus mainly on events but will also support the wider work of the team, specifically spending a few hours a week staffing our reception area.
Working in a Careers Centre environment, opportunity for development is at your fingertips and the role would suite a recent graduate as well as more experienced individuals.
You will have:
- Excellent IT skills, particularly Excel;
- Attention to detail, with a high degree of accuracy;
- Excellent communication skills, both oral and written;
- Organisation skills and the ability to prioritise;
- Experience of working in a customer-focussed environment;
- Interest in graduate recruitment and a motivation to go the extra mile to help our students work towards their dream job.
Please take a look at the detailed job description via the link before completing an application.
Interview date: 19 October 2022
Informal contact details
Alternative informal contact details
Head of Careers Information and Events
0118 378 8351
0118 378 8359
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