We are seeking applications for the post of Programmes Administrator to work with the Faculty of Education. This post will be working as a member of one of the Academic Administration Teams who support the range of programmes offered by the Faculty which include programmes focussing on the academic study of Education and professional programmes for those training to teach. This role will be primarily supporting the delivery of the Teach First programme.
The Faculty Academic Administration Teams play a vital role in supporting the delivery of the programmes and ensuring a positive student experience of studying with Canterbury Christ Church University. Team members will work closely with academic staff and professional service staff to administer student academic support processes.
The role holder will be supporting the key administrative processes which will include key student processes such as extenuating circumstances requests, Boards of Examiners, student placement administration, monitoring student attendance and maintaining key programme and student data sets.
You will be a proactive and highly motivated professional with knowledge of the Higher Education sector. You will have good organisation and time management skills and will be able to establish productive working relationships with colleagues and external stakeholders. Excellent customer service ethos is crucial to being effective in this role as well as a commitment to a positive student experience. You will have experience of working with and well developed skills in Microsoft Office packages (including but not limited to Word, Excel and Outlook).
We are seeking to recruit to 1 part-time post on a fixed term basis until the 30th June 2020 working 18.5hours (2.5 days a week). This is a project funded post and the contract is in line with the project funding cycle.
We are happy to negotiate working hours and patterns with the right candidate.
How to apply
Start date for applications: 5th February 2020
Closing date for applications: 18th February 2020
Interviews are to be held: 25th February 2020
Please note applications must be made online via the University website; details sent directly via email cannot be considered.
Prior consideration will be given to applicants in the University’s redeployment pool. No agencies, thank you.