Student Engagement Officer

Nottingham Trent University - Centre for Academic Development and Quality

This role presents an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to play a role in leading Student Engagement at Nottingham Trent University into the next phase of development. Building on established strong relationships with colleagues across University teaching teams, professional service departments and the Nottingham Trent University Students' Union you will develop existing and new projects to further student engagement in quality management and enhancement.

Nottingham Trent University offers a wide range of undergraduate programmes, alongside one of the largest postgraduate portfolios in the UK and an extensive collaborative provision. More than 25,000 students from over 90 countries study at the University. The Centre for Academic Development and Quality plays a key role in ensuring that the University’s programmes offer excellent learning opportunities.

We are seeking to appoint a student engagement staff member, with an interest in quality assurance and enhancement. Working alongside colleagues in CADQ, the Nottingham Trent Students' Union and the Academic Schools, you will coordinate a range of student engagement projects, including developing new activities, projects and resources to further student engagement in quality assurance and enhancement.  You will also have the opportunity to contribute to policy development. You will be expected to develop networks within Higher Education quality management, and student engagement professionals.

You will be a self-motivated individual, with excellent interpersonal skills meaning that you are able to communicate with a range of stakeholders both internal and external to the University.  A flexible approach to work and a track record of completing tasks to deadlines is essential. You will be willing to travel between the University's campuses.

Nottingham Trent University prides itself on being an inclusive employer and encourages applications from candidates who represent the diversity of our local communities and wider society.

In addition to the application, please submit a written statement of no more than two sides of A4 demonstrating how you meet the essential criteria articulated in the person specification. For an informal discussion regarding this position, please contact: Rebecca Rock, on +44(0)115 848 8195, or via email on: Rebecca.Rock@ntu.ac.uk.

Successful applicants will usually be appointed to the base of the advertised salary grade.

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