CHASE Doctoral Training Partnership Administrator Ref 0069

School/department: Research and Enterprise/Doctoral School
Hours: Part time (0.6 FTE)
Contract: Fixed term until 30 September 2019
Reference: 0069
Salary: Starting at £20,989 and rising to £24,285 per annum pro rata 
Placed on: 30 August 2018 
Closing date: 20 September 2018. Applications must be received by midnight of the closing date. 
Expected interview date: 2 October 2018 
Expected start date: ASAP

Job description

The Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South-East England (CHASE) seeks a highly organised individual to provide administrative support to the consortium during the transition to a second Doctoral Training Partnerships grant programme.

You will help to develop the CHASE administration, to ensure that a world-leading interdisciplinary research training environment runs smoothly for students and staff. You will work with academic and professional services colleagues across CHASE to develop and implement systems and procedures.

You will have some experience of operational management and/or project planning. You will have excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to providing outstanding service. You will be able to work closely with colleagues across our member institutions.

Download job description and person specification Ref 0069 [PDF 83.17KB]

How to apply

Download our non-academic application form [DOC 183.00KB] and personal details and equal opportunities form [DOC 162.50KB] and fill in all sections.

You must email your completed application, and personal details and equal opportunities form, to

You should attach your application form and all documents to the email (don't use a web-based upload/weblink service) and use the format job reference number / job title / your name in the subject line.

You can also send your application by post to Human Resources Division, Sussex House, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9RH.

Download our terms and conditions summary for Clerical and Related Staff Terms and Conditions [DOC 35.00KB]

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