Student Programmes Administrator - GAA0040-2

Brunel University London - CHLS Central Office

Brunel University London is a world-class university based in Uxbridge, West London. As one of the academic Colleges within the University, the College of Health and Life Sciences aims to maximise its knowledge in fields such as Sports, Health and Exercise, Biological Sciences and Occupational Therapy to make the University a key contributor to the UK’s teaching and research agenda for health and health-related studies.

The College Central Office is seeking to appoint two skilled administrators to undertake challenging roles; supporting taught provision in the Division of Psychology (in the Department of Life Sciences) and postgraduate taught provision in the Department of Clinical Sciences, across a number of programmes. Each post is based in a Taught Programmes Office (TPO), supporting their respective academic departments.

You will be expected to provide high quality, efficient and effective support for students and staff within your Division and Department, as well as work with staff across the relevant TPO on wider College-led initiatives.

You will work on a range of tasks to assist with the daily operation of your division and programmes, whilst providing support towards the development of new programmes and operational protocols.

The post holder(s) will be expected to be the first point of student contact for their allocated portfolio of programmes and will be expected to provide an effective and responsive service to students at all times. You will liaise with a wide range of stakeholders both internally and externally to the University, including academic and senior College staff. You will need to have excellent communication and team working skills together with a meticulous eye for detail and the ability to use your own initiative. Experience of working within a compliance, policy and regulatory driven environment is desirable.

You will have:

  • The ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with clients and colleagues.
  • Excellent IT and technical skills across a broad range of packages.
  • A demonstrable track record of providing a high quality administrative support service, obtained from any industry or sector.
  • Excellent organisation, time keeping and team working skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, alongside the ability to converse on complex subjects with a wide variety of stakeholders.
  • The ability to prioritise your own workload under minimum supervision.

For an informal discussion about either of the posts, please contact Dan de Sousa, College Education Manager, via email at or call 01895 268817.

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 23rd January 2018 (midnight).

For further details and to apply please press the apply button below.

*This position does not meet the University criteria for Tier 2 sponsorship.

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