|Salary:||£29,605 to £32,982 per annum, SS4|
|Placed On:||21st November 2023|
|Closes:||1st December 2023|
Contract: Full-time, Fixed Term (Up to 12 Months)
University College Birmingham’s Compliance team is recruiting for a Student Immigration Advice and Compliance Officer to support with University Student Route compliance operations.
To be successful for this role, you will have experience with Student Route immigration category within Higher Education. You will have good knowledge of Student Route Sponsor guidance and experience in applying the rules to support a variety of complex student immigration matters.
You should be well versed in UKVI SMS system to include CAS issue and reporting change of circumstances. You will also be familiar with the gov.uk student visa application process to support continuing and returning students with obtaining a visa.
Successful candidates are expected to be proactive problem solvers with excellent communication and organisational skills. Furthermore, you will be assertive in delivering advice to both students and faculty members as well as having a proven track record of withstanding pressures in a very busy and changing environment.
Subject to pre-employment checks, this role has a start date of February 2023.
Friday 1 December 2023 at midday
How to apply:
Apply online or download an application pack at http://jobs.ucb.ac.uk/
UCB is an equal opportunities employer.
University College Birmingham is proud to have been voted top in the International category in the prestigious 2023 Whatuni Student Choice Awards. We were also awarded silver in the University of the Year category. The awards are voted for and by students showcasing the incredible relationships we foster here at University College Birmingham between Staff and Students.
UCB has a unique collaborative partnership with the University of Warwick - Ranked sixth in the 2022 Guardian League Tables and named the runner-up in the Times University of the Year 2022 and the Times University of the Year 2022 for Teaching Quality.
You may need to obtain permission to work in the UK if you don’t already have the unrestricted right to work in any role. There are various types of visa which include the right to work. You can check if you need a UK visa using the Government’s online tool and find information about UK visa routes and the eligibility criteria that must be met for each route Work in the UK - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). All staff are required to prove their right to work in the UK before they start work.
All applicants for employment at the University will be expected to undertake an Enhanced Check with the Disclosure and Barring Service prior to commencement.
All applicants for employment at the University will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of Safeguarding and the PREVENT agenda in the context of further and higher education.
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