PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST


We have a vacancy for a Receptionist, working two full days a week (Mondays and Tuesdays). This is a part-time post (14 hours per week).


As a first point of contact for the School, it is important that you are a people-orientated person and can deal in a polite and efficient manner with callers by telephone and visitors in person. This is a busy working environment dealing with cash transactions for staff and students and franking out-going mail. Training will be given but previous experience of
book-keeping, reception work and computers will be an advantage.


LST is an Equal Opportunities employer. Preferably applicants should be practising Christians or if not they should be prepared to carry out their work in a manner which is consistent with and upholds the Christian ethos
of the School.


For more details and an application form please contact Jenny Aston, HR Manager (jenny.aston@lst.ac.uk or call 01923 456103).


Closing date : Thursday, 17th April 2014


The successful applicant will be someone who is in sympathy with the ethos, aims and objectives of the School.
London School of Theology, Green Lane, Northwood, Middlesex, HA6 2UW.

 

 

 London School of Theology is an evangelical theological college with over 300 full-time and 900 distance learning students, and  65 staff. Over 100 are resident on campus. Students come from all over the world, from a wide variety of denominations and range in age from 18 to 60 years. A varied conference programme runs during the vacations. The School is an enriching and exciting community in which to work.

 

London School of Theology, Green Lane, Northwood, Middlesex, HA6 2UW.

 

Telephone: 01923-456000.

Email: enquiries@lst.ac.uk

Fax: 01923-456001.

Twitter: @LSTheology

Facebook: www.facebook.com/LondonSchoolofTheology

If churches, organisations, mission agencies have vacancies they would like to advertise to our student body please contact our Training Department on t 01923 456214 or e training@lst.ac.uk.

 

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