|Salary:||£44,414 to £52,841 with potential progression once in post to £59,450|
|Placed On:||21st March 2023|
|Closes:||23rd April 2023|
Registry is a major division within Academic Services at the University of Birmingham, with responsibility for a key service at a leading global university. Registry is at the heart of academic activity at the University, leading solutions for a successful student journey. Registry acts as the definitive record keeper of student information and of programme and module details on behalf of the University. Its work underpins a student's academic career from post-registration through to graduation. It also supports academic and professional services staff in several areas, including academic and student related Regulations and Codes of Practice, and institutional and national quality matters. Other key functions include examinations results processing; review, approval and publication of programme and module information; student conduct, complaints, and appeals; systems and processes for quality assurance and enhancement; collaborative partnerships and Apprenticeships; and development and support for academic and student IT systems.
The Head of Data Reporting & Analysis plays a lead role in the Registry function of statutory data reporting and is responsible for the accurate and timely submission for several significant institutional returns including the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Data Futures, UniStats and the Individual Learner Record (ILR). The postholder will oversee the data collection and management of these data and collaborate with colleagues across the institution to ensure delivery of accurate and complete datasets.
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