Project Administrator Vacancy

The role of Project Administrator for the North Tyneside Learning Trust STEM Hub is based at Churchill Community College. The post compromises working 5 days a week, term time plus 3 days. .  The main purpose of the role is to provide routine general clerical, administrative, and financial support to the Great North Maths Hub & Science Learning Partnership projects activity. Through their role, the Administrator works under the direction of the Project Coordinator and closely with the leadership team of the Maths Hub and will include the following duties: 

        Assist with marketing and promotion activities

        Develop and distribute marketing and promotional materials

        Provide pre event support including liaising with venues, managing bookings, participants requirements and setting up meetings via online platforms

        Attend and support at training events

        Co-ordinate and produce documentation before and after events, including course material, records of attendance and evaluations

        Communicate any pre and post course information

        Format content for social media in line with the Hub’s social media schedule

        Maintain calendars of events

        Undertake general financial administration such as processing orders and invoices

        Attend and minute meetings

        Book venues and travel in line with the Hub events calendar

        Provide general clerical/administrative support e g photocopying, filing, faxing, complete standard forms, respond to routine correspondence

        Maintain and update information on the websites of

        Maintain participant and mailing list databases and

        Attend Maths Hub & Science Learning Partnership training when required

        Support tutors and ensure they have the relevant information and materials to run courses and events both online and face to face

 Person Specification


        Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

        Excellent IT skills including a good understanding of Word,  Excel and PowerPoint

        Positive proactive “can-do” attitude

        Comfortable working under pressure

        Ability to manage own workload and prioritise tasks effectively

        True team player who will help out colleagues

        Willingness to adapt and learn new skills

        Experience using and updating social media platforms such as Twitter professionally


        Experience of using design software such as Canva

        Experience of social media scheduling software

        Experience of using Google Drive and the associated software

        Experience of event management

        Experience of using online meeting software (Zoom, Teams)

Click the link above to download the application form.  Completed applications should be emailed to by 12 Noon on Thursday 22nd October 2020