|Salary:||£27,929 to £31,411 per annum, Grade G|
|Placed On:||24th March 2023|
|Closes:||9th April 2023|
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Law is looking for an enthusiastic individual to join the busy Faculty Education Team to support the educational activities of the Faculty by supporting the delivery of administrative support for undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes across the student lifecycle, to include support for students and staff within the Faculty.
The Faculty Education team works closely with colleagues and students across the Faculty to provide high quality advice and guidance on matters relating to the student lifecycle from Registration to Graduation and beyond. The team is responsible for the student record and for maintaining the integrity of student data through the student journey. The team is also responsible for several faculty committees and the Faculty Board of Examiners.
What will you be doing?
You will focus on student case work for undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes, working collaboratively with colleagues within the Education Team and across the Faculty. Your responsibilities will include co-ordinating arrangements for Faculty Academic Misconduct Panels, Fitness to Study, student engagement and attendance monitoring, student changes to circumstances such as suspensions and extensions of study, student appeals and complaints, and maintenance of the student record. You will have supervisory responsibility for one Education Administrator.
You should apply if
For informal queries please contact Katie Allan, Faculty Head of Student Administration, firstname.lastname@example.org
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Sunday 9th April 2023.
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