Data Improvement & Projects Manager

University of Gloucestershire

Applications are invited to the post of Data Improvement and Projects Manager at the University of Gloucestershire.

The Registrar’s Directorate is the central focus for student and course administration in the University, which includes responsibility for the management, co-ordination, and delivery of a range of services and activities within the student life cycle, and the management of associated data.  The Directorate facilitates effective governance, corporate compliance, and academic development by providing secretariat services for University Committees, including the Council and Academic Board, and by supporting the University’s quality assurance processes.  Additionally, the Directorate provides for a range of student facing services including student advice, counselling and mental health support and support for students with disabilities, through its Student Services department.

The Data Improvement and Projects Manager will be an organised and motivated individual who is committed to organisational improvement through the delivery of project and data improvement activities.  The successful applicant will ensure that key business processes undertaken by the Registrar’s Directorate run effectively, efficiently and provide the institution with data required to meet its business objectives.

This varied role requires an individual who understands student administration and its importance to the University, will work with teams in reviewing data quality and will devise and implement process changes to further enhance data capture and generation activities.

As well as a demonstrable background in managing change processes, this role requires someone with exceptional communication skills who is able to engage with a wide range of stakeholders to understand business needs, negotiate change and ensure staff are trained in the adoption of new processes.

If you would like an informal discussion then please contact Lars Newell lnewell@glos.ac.uk

Interview Date: Friday 16th February 2018

The University understands the benefits of recruiting a diverse range of people and welcome applications from under-represented sections of the community.

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