Association of British Orchestras

Registry Assistant (Projects)

Royal College of Music Grade 5, £26,376 - £29,180 per annum, part time pro rata Closing date 28 June 2021
The Royal College of Music (RCM) is one of the world's greatest conservatoires. Our excellence was recognised by the 2021 QS World University Rankings, in which we ranked as the top institution for performing arts in the UK for the fifth consecutive year, and top in Europe. The RCM also achieved an overall rating of gold for its outstanding teaching and learning provision for undergraduates in the first ever Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

The Registry Assistants act as first point of contact for students, applicants and staff, coordinate the booking of rooms used for teaching and practice, help maintain accurate student records and provide a wide range of administrative assistance to the Registry team, which incorporates the Admissions, International, Programmes Administration and Examinations functions at the RCM. We are looking for candidates with the following attributes:

• You should have a practical knowledge of music, preferably of a classical nature
• You should be a confident and engaging communicator, in person, on the phone and in writing
• You should have excellent administrative skills, with the ability to manage a busy and varied workload
• You should have experience of a higher education environment
• Previous experience in a customer-focused role is desirable

This post is offered on a fixed-term, part-time, basis and is available immediately.

For full details of this position please read the Applicant Information Pack, available to download from the RCM website.

CVs without an application form will not be accepted. Please ensure that you include the Job Reference Number when submitting your application.

The RCM is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment for all our staff, students and visitors.

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