Bodle Technologies is a University of Oxford spinout commercialising an innovative reflective display technology and is based at Begbroke Science Park.
As part of our growth we are seeking an Office Supervisor, with a broad range of administration experience, to ensure the smooth running of our day-to-day business operations.
The appointed candidate will:
* Ensure the smooth running of Bodle’s day-to-day finance systems (purchases orders, invoices, expenses, etc) and make recommendations on efficiency improvements to the Finance Director.
* Maintain an effective office, providing administrative support to the CEO and other members of the management team, including travel bookings and board meeting arrangements.
* Manage Bodle’s facility and service contracts with Begbroke Science Park and Oxford University.
* Support our marketing activities including customer tracking, maintaining and improving the company website and social media presence, as well as supporting the arrangement of events and marketing collateral.
* Undertake some basic project administration (non-technical) to ensure the efficient running of Bodle’s external grant funded project and the company’s patent portfolio.
Please send a letter of application, together with your CV to the address below. Closing date for applications is 31st May, with interviews to be scheduled shortly thereafter.
The successful candidate will have a good level of previous experience in office administration. They will be highly organised, enthusiastic and flexible. Good MS Office skills are essential.
Although this is a 5-days per week role, there is some flexibility on the hours worked each day (e.g. to align with school hours) and could be less than a total of 35 hours per week, by mutual agreement.
For further information please contact:
Jill Lieberman, Telephone 01865 309641 or email@example.com
About Bodle Technologies:
Bodle Technologies is developing SRD®, the world’s first solid-state reflective display technology, based on phase-change materials. Providing vivid colour and video-capability, with zero energy use for static image storage, the technology is ideally suited to address the issues of poor outdoor readability and high power consumption associated with transmissive and emissive displays.