|Salary:||£48,868 to £59,628 per annum|
|Placed On:||5th December 2022|
|Closes:||8th January 2023|
Salary range: from £48,868 to £59,628 per annum (dependent on skills, experience and qualifications).
This salary includes a 7.5% Market Force Supplement.
Full-time (35 hours p.w.), Permanent
Regent's is on a journey to transform its business operations and the underlining processes and systems, rethinking the status quo of how technology can support efficiency and effectiveness of an organisation.
We are seeking Senior Business Analyst and Developers to help support the University's data-driven decision-making capability and our management information and business intelligence strategies.
You will work in an agile-orientated manner to optimise existing business processes and information flow, and help design and update the institution's information systems roadmap, encompassing HR, Finance, Work Management, CRM and the Student System (SITS). The ideal person will be someone who can showcase their previous involvement in rethinking the status quo in order to improve business operations, system integrations and the impact thereof on the student experience.
Experience of developing SITS or similar student systems is a requirement. Knowledge or interest in using low-coding and PowerApps to provide solutions to business users or to improve the student experience will be a plus.
You will be able to draw on your university-based experience to progress technical project deliverables, including a programme of continuous improvement encompassing of process diagnostic and design and be able to translate requirements between business and technical colleagues.
Regent’s University London is a private university right in the heart of Royal Regent’s Park. We offer bespoke undergraduate and postgraduate education that begins with the individual, focussing on each student’s talents, potential, and aspirations.
Our study areas include business and management; liberal studies and humanities; fashion and design; film, media and performance; psychotherapy and psychology; as well as pathway qualifications in English language and other modern foreign languages.
We are a small, friendly and supportive University offering great benefits for our staff.
How to apply
Please provide a current CV along with a cover letter/statement outlining why you are suitable for the role (referencing your skills and experience against the person specification in the Job Description). Candidates who do not provide a full application (including cover letter/statement) may not be considered.
Please upload your documents in pdf format where possible. Our system will limit you to the upload of 4 documents only with a maximum file size of 10MB per document.
Closing date: 11:45pm on Sunday 8th January 2022
Our goal is to foster and celebrate a diverse and inclusive workplace with a sense of belonging; we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds.
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