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Conference Co-Ordinator, Full time

Employer
University of Roehampton
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
£27,895 to £31,645 pa inclusive of London Weighting Allowance
Closing date
31 Jan 2022

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We have a fantastic opportunity for a Conference Co-Ordinator at Roehampton Venues, a stunning venue with listed buildings in Southwest London. This is a corporate role within the university, which focuses on generating income. 

You will support the promotion and sale of events and conferences and you will also be responsible for the day-to-day administration and coordination of conference business, unique events, and activities and to ensure customer satisfaction. 

You will be ambitious and self-motivated with experience of the event industry. Calm under pressure and driven and motivated by a busy working environment, this is a fantastic opportunity to progress your career. 

You will need excellent inter personal skills and to be flexible in terms of working patterns that may include some evening and weekend work. 

The venue is within the beautiful grounds of the University of Roehampton. 

At Roehampton, we change lives by helping our students to develop the confidence, knowledge, and adaptability they need for a successful graduate career and fulfilling life. 

To apply for this position, please click 'Apply Now' and follow the following steps:

  • View current open vacancies
  • Select category: Non-Academic/ Support and apply for Conference Co-Ordinator

Application closing date: 13th January 

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The University of Roehampton provides high quality facilities and teaching enriched by cutting-edge research and strong values. Roehampton is the only traditional campus university in London, located in the south-west of the city about 30 minutes from the west-end.

The University has some 9,000 students, 25% of whom are postgraduates. There is a cosmopolitan atmosphere, with over 130 different nationalities on campus. Roehampton has a strong commitment to widening participation and this is reflected in the diversity of the student body. Over 50% show one or more characteristics of a background with little or no prior experience of higher education, and the University has a relatively high proportion of BME students.

Roehampton became a university in 2004, with the coming together of four separate colleges which trace their origins back to the nineteenth century. The University has an ethos based on belief in the power of education to transform lives and communities, a commitment to encouraging the integrity and potential of individuals, and a passion for the highest quality of education and scholarship.

The University has ten academic departments: Business; Dance; Drama, Theatre and Performance; Education; English and Creative Writing; Humanities; Life Sciences; Media, Culture and Language; Social Sciences; Psychology. There is a strategic emphasis on improving student achievement and employability. The University also has a strong research profile, with a third of our research rated internationally excellent in the 2008 RAE. Dance and Biological Anthropology were both rated as the best in the country.

Roehampton is a collegiate university with four Colleges: Digby Stuart, Southlands, Whitelands and Froebel. The first three colleges have Christian foundations, while Froebel College is founded on the principles of the pioneering German educationalist, Friedrich Froebel. The Colleges play a key role in developing the University’s community and ethos, as well as in the governance of the University.

 

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Location
Human Resources Department
Erasmus House, Dugby Stuart College
Roehampton Lane
London
London
SW15 5PU
United Kingdom
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