Teaching Administrator

University College London - UCL Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care Department of Epidemiology and Public Health

A Teaching Administrator is sought to support the development and delivery of the undergraduate programme within the Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care. The successful candidate will provide administrative support for the BSc Population Health degree programme. Working to the Institute lead, the role holder will be responsible for co-ordinating support for teaching and learning activities associated with students on the BSc Population Health, from supporting marketing and conversion activities through to completion of studies, including supporting the relevant teaching committee and processes relating to student record management and welfare.

This core funded appointment is available immediately.

The ideal candidate will have a strong administrative background with an understanding of teaching and learning processes and associated administrative systems, within HEI. They must have excellent communication, organisational and time-management skills and demonstrate a strong team-work ethic. This role requires that the post holder will demonstrate initiative and has the ability to manage several tasks at once. Previous experience in a similar environment would be advantageous.

UCL vacancy reference: 1662822

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 application process please contact Floriana Bortolotti (020 3108 6286, f.bortolotti@ucl.ac.uk).

Informal enquiries should be made to: Andreas Opitz a.opitz@ucl.ac.uk .

Closing Date: 22 August 2017

Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59.

Interview Date: TBC

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 Visas and Immigration 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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