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Student Projects Coordinator

UCL - Faculty of Population Health Sciences (FPHS)

Location: London, Hybrid
Salary: £42,099 to £50,585
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 9th February 2024
Closes: 7th March 2024
Job Ref: B02-06372

About us

The UCL Faculty of Population Health Sciences (FPHS) brings together eight academic departments (Child Health, Epidemiology and Health Care, Women’s Health, Cardiovascular Science, Clinical Trials and Methodology, Global Health, Health Informatics, Global Business School for Health) whose common aim is to explore and understand the underlying factors that cause ill-health and innovate to improve health worldwide. The Faculty is one of the two leading Population Health Schools in the UK and top among Russell Group universities as demonstrated by the Research Excellence Framework 2014 results. UCL is ranked 5th in the world for Public Health (Shanghai Ranking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021). We host more than 30 taught programmes, mainly for postgraduate students, and have around 400 students studying towards a PhD qualification. We are currently growing our portfolio of fully or predominately online programmes as well as our Executive Education an! d Short C ourse offering. The Education Administration and Student Experience (EASE) staff across the Faculty work together in a close network of teams that support all of our students.

About the role

The post-holder will be responsible for coordinating a portfolio of student business projects which is a capstone project on all MSc degree programmes in GBSH (100 projects annually when the programmes reach steady-state enrolment). The Student Projects Coordinator will provide efficient administrative and logistical support from the set up and on-boarding of students on to the business project module through various workshops. The post holder will ensure the assignment of industry and academic mentors and will monitor the engagement and submission of completed projects. The Student Projects Coordinator will develop a good understanding of the expectations and assessments for this project and conditions for the project(s), providing sound advice to students and ensuring compliance to UCL academic policies and procedures. The post-holder will be a member of the EASE team assigned to GBSH and will work closely with education colleagues, GBSH MSc programme leads and external! project mentors.

If you have any queries about the role, please contact Clare Metcalfe at c.metcalfe@ucl.ac.uk

About you

You will have GCSE English and Maths at Grade C or above and be educated to A-level or have equivalent experience. You will have substantial experience with project management and/or certified project manager and experience of supporting and working with multiple stakeholders on projects and initiatives.

You will have excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite applications and Teams and have an organised and systematic approach in handling multiple tasks and managing workload effectively without close supervision.

You will have the ability to meet deadlines, work under pressure and solve problems when they arise with the proven ability to understand and communicate/explain information (e.g., organisational policies and processes) to students, academics and to respond to a range of queries. You will also have the ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with people at all levels and be numerate with strong attention to detail.

See the job description for more information.

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