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Data Processing and Reporting Officer

Canterbury Christ Church University

Location: Canterbury
Salary: £21,414 to £23,334
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 22nd March 2019
Closes: 28th April 2019
Job Ref: REQ00495
 

Background 

The Kent and Medway Progression Federation brings together Canterbury Christ Church University, the University for the Creative Arts, the University of Kent and over 40 schools, all working together to raise the aspirations and attainment of young people in Kent and Medway who may not otherwise consider higher education as a route to success. It is served by a small, friendly support team. We are seeking a Data Processing and Reporting Officer to join that team.

The Role

Reporting to the Finance, Communications and Operations Manager, the post holder will be responsible for co-ordinating data entry (managing sessional staff as required), processing data and producing standardised reports based on baseline questionnaires completed by students in KMPF schools. Baseline questionnaires collect personal data and attitudinal responses to Higher Education. This can be used to identify students who would benefit most from outreach activities and then demonstrate the impact of intervention as they progress through their school career and onwards to Higher Education. The post holder will liaise with colleagues in partner institutions, including Progression Mentors in partner schools to ensure the smooth delivery and receipt of baseline questionnaires and subsequent reports. 

The Person 

The post holder will have A-C passes in GCSE English and mathematics (or equivalent experience), with demonstrable experience of working with databases or CRMs and producing summaries or reports, with the ability to sort, filter and link data using either Microsoft Excel or Access. Outstanding attention to detail and a commitment to accuracy and collaborative working are essential to perform successfully in the role. An understanding of Higher Education and the issues surrounding widening participation would be advantageous for the post holder. Full training on the Higher Education Access Tracker database and standardised reports will be provided.

Additional Information 

Canterbury Christ Church University is located in the world famous Cathedral city amongst stunning history and heritage. Canterbury is a thriving international destination, with many students and staff choosing to study and work here, making this historic, cosmopolitan city vibrant and culturally diverse.

Our staff enjoy competitive salaries and a great working environment with a number of benefits ranging from the occupational pension scheme to use of the University's facilities including the library and fitness centre. We are strongly committed to equality and recognise the value of a diverse workforce. 

We offer generous holiday entitlements plus eight bank and public holidays, as well as discretionary days over the Christmas period.

This post is fixed term until 31 July 2020.  

How to apply 

Closing date for applications: 28th April 2019

Interviews are to be held: 3rd May 2019

If you require further information regarding the application process please contact the Recruitment Team at hr.recruitment@canterbury.ac.uk quoting reference number REQ00495. Please note applications must be made online via the University website; details sent directly via email cannot be considered.

 No agencies, thank you.

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