The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) is a globally influential institute within the University of Cambridge working on a mission to develop leadership and solutions towards a sustainable economy.
Our work has never been more relevant as leaders in business and government look to 'build back better' from the Covid-19 global pandemic. In our eyes, this means an economic recovery which prioritises investment and innovation in solutions to climate change and the restoration of nature, whilst delivering inclusive, resilient societies.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our Graduate Programmes team, which runs our expanding suite of Master's-level programmes designed to build the capacity of professionals to bring about positive change for sustainability within their organisations. This is a brilliant time to join our team as we are extending our portfolio with additional programmes and increased student numbers.
The Graduate Programmes team provides a collaborative, supportive and hardworking working environment with a strong and effective team dynamic. We are looking for a new team member with a commitment to students, to their learning journey and to the ultimate impact on sustainability.
The role of the Project Coordinator is to provide administrative support to both the team and our mature students who expect a professional level of service, such as they would receive in the business world. In supporting our workshops, admissions processes and assessment procedures you will be in regular contact with our external stakeholders and suppliers, and will play a key role in supporting administration for our programme.
To learn more about the tasks expected of this role please download our Further Information document.
This post is full-time and located in Cambridge, although the team are working from home currently.
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