Education Service Officer

University of Leeds - Engineering Faculty Offices

Fixed-term for 12 months (cover for the absence of a colleague).

Are you a well organised and adaptable individual, committed to delivering an excellent student experience? Do you want to help the Faculty to deliver and develop their exceptional Student Education Programme and Student Support and Quality Assurance Services?

Using your excellent knowledge and expertise of Student Education practices and processes, you will have the responsibility for coordinating Quality Assurance and Programme and Student Support processes within the School.

With experience of working in an administrative role and providing support for student education practices and processes, you will have excellent communication skills and the ability to identify and suggest improvements to the service provided.

You will be well organised, with excellent attention to detail. You will work flexibly, moving between areas of work as necessary to respond to workload peaks, working collaboratively with team members within your School, with other schools, and central services to share good practice and encourage knowledge exchange between colleagues to facilitate continuous improvement. 

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:

Jessica Christie, School Education Service Manager
Tel: +44 (0)113 343 7872/2308 or email:

Interview Date: Friday 25 August 2017.

Further information

The Faculty of Engineering is proud to have been awarded the Athena Swan Silver Award from the Equality Challenge Unit, the national body that promotes equality in the higher education sector. Our equality and inclusion webpage provides more information.

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