THE COLLEGE OF PSYCHIC STUDIES: RECRUITMENT
This page provides information specific to Salaried Support Staff. Please make sure to also read all other relevant recruitment pages linked below.
ABOUT OUR SUPPORT STAFF
The salaried support staff support the College’s team of self-employed freelance consultants in the provision of termly lectures, courses, workshops and private consultations on behalf of its charitable trustees.
The support-staff team is a small but dedicated group of individuals who generally have an interest in the unique work of the College and its ‘core services’. Indeed there is a strong sense of community, of a team, at the College. Many have made strong friendships and built longstanding support networks through their employment at this place of so much history. Working at the College is a chance to be at the heart of some of our lectures, workshops and other events. There is also much chance for personal growth, skills development and training.
Having said that, team is a hardworking and flexible one above all else. Whether handling daily enquiries at our reception desk, coordinating the many amenities offered to our members, assisting with the planning and implementation of our termly programme of events and magazine, handling finance matters or assisting in scheduling and room assignments, positions at the College tend to confer both responsibility and authority in equal measure.
HOW THE SUPPORT STAFF TEAM IS CONFIGURED
The Principal (who delivers the vision and objectives of the College by overseeing its actual services)
Administration and Reception Supervisor (who delivers the College’s administration by overseeing the provision of its support needs)
College Services Coordinator (who delivers the College’s programme of events).
The Reception Desk Support Staff consists of shift supervisors and team members. They support the work of theAdministration and Reception Supervisor in a line-management role, and are ultimately accountable to the College’s charitable trustees.
The College requires that all support-staff team members actively contribute to arrangements for cross-training of roles and responsibilities, aiming to ensure that each role has supportive back-up on an ongoing basis.