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LSA Apprentice

London School of Architecture Operations Coordinator Apprentice

Location: London
Job type: Apprenticeship (18 months)
Salary: £18,500

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The London School of Architecture, known as the LSA, is a small independent higher education provider based in London. It is England’s first independent school of architecture since the Architectural Association opened in 1847.

www.the-lsa.org/

Our Operations Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the smooth running of our studio, managing all aspects of its day-to-day running. You will be part of our small support team that ensures the School is a great place to be for our students and employees alike. We have listed below some of the key areas of responsibility but no two days will be the same!

A typical day

  • Liaise with all studio service providers
  • Make appropriate room bookings for all spatial requirements
  • Establish and update the Google calendar with all programmed activities
  • Perform as diary assistant to the Director
  • Invite external guests to academic reviews
  • Be the G Suite administrator
  • Manage the server on the G Drive
  • Set up new email and printing accounts and groups, and monitor usage and security
  • Share calendars with all appropriate parties
  • Maintain all contacts databases
  • Upload student marks to E-Vision
  • Upload student submissions and feedback to relevant programme folders and student studio folders
  • Enrol students
  • Responsible for the day-to-day management of digital records
  • Facilitate the recruitment process for new staff
  • Process student and staff expenses
  • Support the Operations Director with telephone, email, face-to-face and postal enquiries
  • Post graduate Diploma certificates and transcripts of studies
  • Help organise the summer season and other events
  • Manage all aspects of the studio’s day-to-day running, including printing, cleaning, stocking up etc
  • Ensure appropriate security measures are in place
  • Order all studio supplies

You must have

  • Five GCSE grades C – A* (4-9) or equivalent, including English and Maths

Skills needed

  • Initiative
  • Organisation
  • Problem solving
  • Flexible, willing to roll up your sleeves and get involved wherever needed
  • Able to use your own initiative to solve problems
  • Able to multi-task – things can get very busy, so it’s important that you can juggle tasks without dropping anything
  • Always looking for ways to improve our service

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