|Salary:||£30,350 per annum (pro rata)|
|Placed On:||2nd December 2019|
|Closes:||5th January 2020|
Location: London Senate House
Hours per week: 17.5 hours (0.5 FTE)
The School of Advanced Study is seeking to appoint a Student Fees Officer to join their team on a part-time 0.5 FTE, fixed-term (12 months) basis. The successful postholder will work closely with the Registry and Finance teams to ensure that the administration of tuition fees is efficient and effective. They will be responsible for administering tuition fees invoices and fee payments, reviewing and correcting fee accounts following any student changes and resolving student queries regarding their fees.
The ideal candidate should have experience of working in a financial environment in higher education; excellent attention to deal and good interpersonal and communication skills. Good IT skills across a wide range of application is also essential.
Please note this role is offered on a part-time 0.5FTE, fixed-term (12 months) basis.
Further details relating to this post can be found in the job description below.
In order to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your application and CV before the closing date at midnight on Sunday, 5 January 2020.
Interviews will be taking place in the w/c 13 Jnauary 2020.
The School of Advanced Study
The School of Advanced Study, University of London, is a unique institution in UK higher education. Comprising a set of postgraduate institutes and a variety of central academic initiatives, it is located within the Bloomsbury precinct of the University in the intellectual heart of London. It is the UK’s national and international centre for the support, promotion and facilitation of research in the humanities, broadly defined. It does this in collaboration with other organisations, notably the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the British Academy (BA), learned societies and government agencies.
The institutes of the School are:
Central academic initiatives include:
The mission of the School of Advanced Study (SAS) is to support national and international humanities researchers and scholars by creating opportunities for developing new research agendas and providing unique specialist services and resources. This stems from the special role and funding for research promotion and facilitation across the UK and internationally that HEFCE has given to the School. In delivering our programme we are supported by the University of London which has, as a key part of its academic strategy, the School’s mission to deliver world-class research promotion and facilitation.
Pursuing equal opportunities and excellence in education
Preferential consideration will be given to the University redeployment pool.
The University reserves the right to close the vacancy earlier than the published end date should it receive sufficient applications to warrant earlier shortlisting.
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