Programme Administrator (Electives and Careers)

Imperial College London - Faculty Education Office Faculty of Medicine

Campus: Charing Cross

Join one of the world’s top medical schools as the Electives and Careers Programme Administrator, supporting our medical students’ in their training and transition into becoming doctors.

Imperial College London’s Faculty of Medicine is one of the world’s top medical schools at one of the world’s most-respected universities. At the forefront of medical education, your work here will help create the next generation of doctors and scientists—benefiting patients and populations globally.

The Programme Administrator is responsible for administering the planning and delivery of all operational aspects of the programme in relation to Electives, Careers and transition to foundation training, and for supporting the Programme Officer in identifying, planning and implementing opportunities for improvement of existing administrative mechanisms, developing solutions and implementing approved changes.

Working closely with the Programme Officer and key academic leads, you will provide the administrative support for the development and delivery of relevant areas.  You will ensure that students are well supported, providing high quality, timely information and responding to queries in a professional but approachable manner. The post holder will also support integration across the programme.

You must have a high level of computer literacy, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills.  A strong customer focussed background would be desirable.

You’ll be based in the Faculty Education Office, supporting academics and clinicians to deliver an outstanding medical and biosciences education. We coordinate the student journey from admission to graduation, providing first-line services to students, supporting strategy and policy development, financial management, communications, governance and quality.

This post is full time, open ended and based at the Charing Cross campus.

Interview date: 23 October 2017

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