Head of Admissions, Student Records and Enrolment

University of Hertfordshire - Student Centre, Academic Registry

Salary: £38,183 to £40,523 pa with potential to progress to £48,327 by annual increments on achieving designated skills and experience.

Grade: UH8

FTE: Full time, working 37 hours per week (1.0 FTE)

Duration of Contract: Permanent

A fantastic opportunity for an experienced admissions professional to join our busy Student Centre team.  We are currently looking to recruit a Head of Admissions, Student Records and Enrolment who will have overall responsibility for ensuring the smooth running of the service.  We are looking for someone who will lead the team as well as organise and deliver large scale and business critical University events.

The ideal candidate will be a people person with excellent communication and organisational skills with the ability to handle difficult situations with tact and diplomacy in a fast-paced environment.  They should be a Graduate and/or have substantial relevant experience of working in admissions and/or student facing roles.

Contact Details/Informal Enquiries

Jenny Ventris, Head of Admissions, Student Records and Enrolment, by telephone 01707 286058 or email j.l.ventris@herts.ac.uk

Closing Date: 16 August 2017

Reference Number: 014940

Interview Date: 15 September 2017

The University offers a range of benefits including a pension scheme, professional development, family friendly policies, child care vouchers, a fee waiver of 50% for all children of staff under the age of 21 at the start of the course, discounted memberships at the Hertfordshire Sports Village and generous annual leave.

Apply online at http://www.herts.ac.uk/contact-us/jobs-and-vacancies

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