University College London - UCL History
|Salary:||£27,545 to £32,281 per annum (UCL Grade 6), inclusive of London Allowance.|
|Placed on:||23rd November 2016|
|Closes:||7th December 2016|
UCL History covers an extensive range from the Ancient Middle East through the Graeco-Roman world, the early modern and modern history of Africa, China and India; medieval and early modern Europe (including Britain) to the modern era in Britain, Europe and the Americas – the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.
The department has a vacancy for an experienced Programme Administrator to successfully deliver a teaching programme to all undergraduate and taught graduate students. The post has primary responsibility for the departmental teaching timetable, covering both BA and MA teaching. In addition you will provide support across all areas of administration relating to these programmes.
Candidates will have experience of working in student administration either in a departmental, faculty or registry role, for at least one academic cycle; experience in using student database systems and experience of dealing with high volume workloads whilst maintaining high levels of accuracy and meeting deadlines. An ability to communicate well with students and academic staff, and to explain complex regulations is required, as is an excellent standard of written English including ability to draft correspondence and guidance notes for staff and students.
UCL vacancy reference: 1609288.
Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 020 7679 1341. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email on Friday 9th December.
Closing Date: 7 December 2016.
Latest time for the submission of applications: 17:00.
Interview Date: 16th December 2016.
We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
This position does not meet the resident labour market test under UK Border Agency rules and therefore UCL would be unable to obtain the right to work for non-EEA nationals whose employment would require a Tier 2 visa.
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