Human Development Scotland
Human Development Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC043664

HDS works to improve mental health and emotional well-being in Scotland by delivering training and education for professionals, and therapeutic services for members of the public.

 


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Academic Administrative Assistant

  • Part time
  • £20,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 8th July 2020

The Academic Administrative Assistant will work closely with the Operations Manager and Course Leads in the delivery of assigned academic courses and a range of short courses. The postholder will work closely with teaching staff and students providing an efficient and supportive working environment.

Organisation and self-motivation are key within this role as the post holder must be able to work to objectives without close supervision and manage his/her own time effectively.

The successful candidate will play an essential role in a small and friendly team, providing full administrative support to the academic courses.

About HDS

Human Development Scotland offers training and education in counselling and psychotherapy. These have at their heart the psychodynamic, psychoanalytic and systemic ideas that offer a profound understanding of how people relate to one another. Our training courses for professionals working particularly in the NHS, social services, education and voluntary sector translate these ideas into practical tools for understanding the central role that human relationships play in our mental health and emotional wellbeing.

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