Programme Administrator

Oxford Brookes University - Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment

As Programme Administrator you will join an innovative team working to enhance the academic administration in the Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment.

The Faculty is home to four Schools providing specialist and interdisciplinary teaching, research, and knowledge transfer across a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes spanning a wide range of disciplines including but not limited to: architecture, arts, digital media, engineering, computing, and mathematics.

The Programme Administrator will:

  • Be responsible for Faculty based elements of student recruitment and admissions procedures, student induction, and student examination and progression.
  • Utilise University systems to maintain student, enquirer, and programme information.
  • Provide administrative support and contribute to formal committee meetings, annual reviews, and other associated meetings.
  • To be responsible for field trip administration and receiving and communicating graduation arrangements.
  • Maintain and archive all relevant programme data.

You should have:

  • A Levels (or equivalent qualification) or equivalent experience.
  • Previous administrative experience in an office environment.
  • Able to draft concise notes and minutes from complex discussions.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Able to work effectively on own initiative.
  • Demonstrable IT skills with the ability to use software packages appropriate to an office environment.

Closing date: 30 November 2017.
Interview date: TBC.

International applicants from outside the EU will need to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK.

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