|£34,605 to £39,980 (pro rata) per annum, inclusive of London Allowance
|22nd November 2023
|12th January 2024
The History Department is located within UCL’s Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences. It is unusual for its remarkable chronological breadth: expertise ranging from before 3000 BC to the present day. Our historians work in all fields of history, with departmental specialisms in intellectual and cultural history, history of the Ancient Middle East, British imperial history and history of the Americas. The Department has recently expanded provision and developed expertise in other areas, including South Asia and Africa. In both our teaching and research, we encourage comparative and transnational approaches.
The Department currently has 42 permanent academic and teaching staff, including fifteen Professors. Departmental life is enriched by a number of research projects including two major ERC-funded projects: ‘Fragments of Roman Republican Antiquarians (FRRAnt)’ (Valentina Arena), ‘African Abolitionism: The Rise and Transformations of Anti-Slavery in Africa (AFRAB)’ (Benedetta Rossi) and the philanthropically-funded Iraq-based research network ‘Nahrein’ (Eleanor Robson), as well as the Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slavery (Matthew Smith). There are just over 640 undergraduate students in the Department, and over 100 taught graduate, and 50 research students. Most undergraduates take a BA in History, and we also offer Ancient History and History with a Year Abroad. Our taught masters degrees are MA in History, MA Medieval and Renaissance Studies, MA in Ancient History, MA Public History (which operates from the UCL East campus) and MA in Intellectual History and the History of Political Thought (joint programme with Queen Mary, University of London).
For further information, please see our website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/history
About the role
We are seeking a part time (.6FTE) Teaching and Learning Administrator to join the Professional Services team in UCL History. Under the direction of the Senior Teaching and Learning Administrator and the Teaching and Learning Manager, and in conjunction with relevant academic staff, the postholder will provide specialist administration to the designated teaching programmes, ensuring effective procedures are documented and adopted for dealing with all aspects of its administration. This post will assist in achieving a high quality and timely service to current and prospective students, and staff relating to the designated programmes and beyond.
Interview date: 23rd January 2024
The role will provide support for all matters relating to the teaching and learning activities of students from enquiry to completion, with a particular focus on module allocations, timetabling, student records and the Moodle virtual learning environment (VLE).
The role holder must be efficient, organised and take great care in attention to detail. In addition, the role requires interaction with many people within and external to UCL thus a professional attitude, willingness to help and a positive outlook are required in order to adequately execute the duties outlined.
Please use the 'Apply' button above to read further information about this role including the full job description and person specification. This is an open ended position starting from the 1 February 2024 (or as soon as possible thereafter).
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