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Thursday, 2 May 2013

Job: Administrator Required - PAS (London)



Salary: £18,793 per annum pro rata
Contract: Fixed Term Contract; until 31 March 2014 (Part Time)

If you have any queries regarding this role, please email us at bm@penna.com or call 0845 601 1124. Please quote the job reference number in the subject line of any email and at the beginning of a call.


The Department of Portable Antiquities and Treasure (PAT) is looking to recruit an Administrator to assist the Portable Antiquities Scheme Resources Manager in running the Department of PAT office. This role will primarily focus on the administration of the departmental office, but will be required to help in the administration of the Portable Antiquities Scheme.

You will be responsible for processing purchase orders and invoices whilst liaising closely with the British Museum Finance Department to ensure payments are made on time. You will also liaise with the Portable Antiquities Scheme Finds Liaison Officers and contribute to the production and distribution of Scheme publications. In addition, you will assist when necessary with various departmental projects, such as the gathering of data for the Annual Reports.

You will be educated to GSCE Level or equivalent with previous administrative experience and demonstrable IT skills with experience of databases, spreadsheets and word processing. Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail as well as the ability to co-ordinate and prioritise workloads are essential skills for this post. Excellent communication skills are required in order to build and maintain effective working relationships both internally and externally. An interest in British archaeology would be desirable for this role.

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