Campus Supervisor, Loch Leven Community Campus (PKC02486)Vacancy posted: Friday, 14 October 2016
Salary: £12,098 - £13,631
Location: Perth and Kinross
Closing date: 30 October 2016
Job ref. no.: PKC02486
Campus Supervisor (Fixed Term until 31 March 2017) - PKC02486
£12,098 - £13,631 (21 hours per week)
Loch Leven Community Campus, Kinross
The Campus Supervisor is responsible to the Campus Business Manager (CCBM) in managing, developing and monitoring high standards of service that are delivered within Loch Leven community campus, outside of office hours. You will work as part of a Campus Team to ensure the effective and efficient use of the community campus and be responsible for management of a team of shift working receptionists and campus operations.
For further information about this position please contact Elizabeth Cargill, Business Manager on 01577 867111.
When completing your application for this post, please ensure you provide contact details (preferably e-mail addresses) for two referees. One should be your current or most recent employer.
Please APPLY ONLINE. Online facilities are available at all public libraries in Perth and Kinross. If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments, please call 01738 475555 to discuss.
ICT experience in audio visual equipment and use of Microsoft Office packages
Facility management experience
Cash handling, recording and reconciliation experience
A good level of education
It would be desirable if the applicant had Events Organisation experience
Undertake the role of Campus duty manager / council representative to provide a day to day contact with the on site service providers & campus users for the routine operation of the campus including, from time to time, delegated powers, duties or responsibilities
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