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Timetabling and Examinations Manager

University of Birmingham - Registry

Location: Birmingham
Salary: £43,414 to £51,805 with potential progression once in post to £58,284
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 25th January 2023
Closes: 8th February 2023
Job Ref: 58679

Background

Academic Services is at the heart of education and research endeavor at the University.  Academic Services is responsible for providing support and advice to all staff and to students to enable them to undertake their responsibilities effectively and efficiently.  It is also responsible for ensuring that the activities of the University are conducted in accordance with the University’s own procedures and regulations and in compliance with external legislative requirements.

Registry’s main role is to act as the definitive record keeper of students and of programmers and modules on behalf of the University. Its work underpins a student's academic career from post-registration through to graduation and supports academic and administrative staff in several areas including academic and student related Regulations and Codes of Practice and institutional and national quality matters.

Role Summary

The Timetabling and Examinations Manager is a post focussed on recognising and responding to the broader context of examination delivery at a Russell Group University. The primary accountability of the role is the delivery of the University’s centrally managed exams and centrally scheduled timetable, in the context of the institution’s challenging aims and aspirations as set-out in its 2030 plans, however the appointee will also be deputy to the Assistant Director, taking responsibility across the sub-division in their absence. The appointee will be required to lead development work across the subdivision, such as standardisation of process documentation, stakeholder engagement plans, and systems development. Working on large and complex projects, as well as internally facing process improvement, the appointee will be both technically proficient and possess excellent interpersonal skills. The subdivision faces several exciting challenges, and the appointee will be front and centre in responding to these

Person Specification

  • Qualified to degree-level, or relevant equivalent experience that the functions of the role can be carried-out.
  • Exceptional IT skills with evidence of successfully working with several complex database systems, and ability to understand and manipulate complex data structures to provide clear, concise reports.
  • Demonstrable experience of leading delivery of a complex business-critical process across a large organisation, to tight deadlines, with a variety of stakeholders.
  • A good understanding of internal and external factors affecting the higher education sector, in a research-intensive civic institution such as the University of Birmingham.
  • Exceptional leadership skills with the ability to motivate team members and engender positivity towards change. Experience of successfully leading teams through intermediary managers and leading in a matrix management model.

Informal enquires to Rhia Malik, email: r.malik.3@bham.ac.uk

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