Progression and Mobility Officer

Nottingham Trent University - NTU Global

Additional Information: Postholder may be required to travel to our Clifton and Brackenhurst campuses on occasion to carry out related duties.

Creating Opportunity, Valuing Ideas, Enriching Society, Connecting Globally, Empowering People

Nottingham Trent University’s strategic vision focuses on creating the University of the Future ( We intend to transform the lives of our students and through them the world in which we live. Focused on five key themes, the strategy builds on the institution’s existing strengths and sets a framework for excellence that will drive further impact for the benefit of all of its communities.

In order to achieve our ambition of ‘Connecting Globally’, a new NTU Global office has been established to manage the key functions of internationalisation including student exchange, international partnerships, providing support and opportunities for integration for international students, and optimising the international experience for all NTU students. 

Within the new NTU Global office, we are currently recruiting for the role of Progression and Mobility Officer. This is an exciting opportunity to join a new and growing team. The focus of this role will be to work across teams within NTU Global to support our work around the progression of students from Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC) to NTU, and work with students participating in the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP).

This is a busy and varied role requiring a wide skill set. The post requires an ability to maintain a high level of service while tackling challenges with a positive and solution-focused attitude, and to be effective whilst working in a fast-paced environment. The successful candidate will pay attention to detail and be able to work to tight deadlines. You will have proven ability to work proactively and show an understanding of the cyclical nature of this work, using their own initiative to prioritise and complete tasks set.

Highly developed organisational and administrative skills are essential to the role, as are excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to effectively and confidently communicate complex information to a wide range of people, including students and non-native speakers of English. The role requires excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel spreadsheets.

The attached job description details the main responsibilities, and the person specification identifies the skills, knowledge, experience and competencies we are seeking from the post holder. In addition to the NTU application form, all applicants are required to submit a supporting document that explains their suitability and demonstrateshow they meet the requirements of this role.

Interview date – w/c 4th September 2017

If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please email Paulina Swann, International Mobility Coordinator or Dr Cheryl Rounsaville, Global Student Experience Manager

Successful applicants will usually be appointed to the base of the advertised salary grade, except in justifiable circumstances.

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