|Salary:||£24,715 to £28,131 per annum (pro-rata for part-time)|
|Placed On:||24th March 2023|
|Closes:||6th April 2023|
Duties of the Role
The Industry and Placements team work closely with students and a variety of stakeholders including academic departments and external providers. This post plays an important function in working to deliver placements and develop our links with industry, through providing administrative support to ensure the smooth and efficient delivery of Practice Placements.
Duties will also include maintaining the placements database, allocating placement opportunities, dealing with day-today enquiries, arranging meetings, contributing to these and taking notes and collaborating with NHS and private providers.
This post is fixed-term from 29 May 2023 until 28 May 2024 to provide temporary cover for a permanent member of staff on Maternity Leave.
Skills and qualifications required
The successful candidate will be educated to degree level or have equivalent experience and will have experience of working within a busy office environment with experience of communicating to a diverse range of individuals and organisations. In addition, you will have knowledge of working within a higher education setting or another educational environment.
Excellent customer service skills, excellent attention to detail and accuracy and high levels of IT literacy are all essential for this post.
The Academic Section is part of the University’s Professional Services and is headed by the Academic Registrar. The Section is responsible for managing all aspects of student and academic administration in partnership with Departments, Schools and Faculties. It plays a central role in delivering the University’s commitment to excellence in education across the institution through the development and implementation of the University-wide projects and the development, review and implementation of effective policy in support of the University’s academic mission. The Section is also the guardian of the student experience and leads, promotes and embeds the institutional commitment to putting students at the heart of everything we do.
The Student Life Directorate is part of the Academic Section and encompasses Student Development, Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity, and Student Services; all of which support student progression, success and graduate employability. We are committed to innovation and continuous enhancement within our services and to working collaboratively across all areas of the University, and beyond, for the benefit of our students.
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