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Student Systems Administrator

Student and Academic Services
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Contract status
Fixed term
20,624 a year reduced pro rata
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Role Description

As Student Systems Administrator you can look forward to joining an established enthusiastic and friendly team who work in partnership with colleagues across the University to provide administrative systems and services that support the student journey at York. The Student Systems team is responsible for the development, management, and maintenance of our student record system (SITS), and associated systems.

The Student Systems Administrator plays a key role in supporting the core tasks of the Systems team in managing the system on a day to day basis; ensuring that enquiries received into the team are processed quickly and efficiently, acting as first points of contact for our customers; updating the section’s process and training manuals; assisting with user account creation and maintenance; resolving routine record and data errors, and providing administrative support for team members.

The University of York was previously named the Tribal University of the Year in recognition of our innovative implementation of new functionality in SITS and its web portal (e:Vision). As we continue to develop ambitious plans for the future, we are undertaking a comprehensive review and consolidation of existing functionality with a clear focus on improving the services that we provide for our students and staff.

Informal enquiries should be made to HR Recruitment (email:

Salary will be within the range: £20,624 a year, reduced pro rata and the post is available part time on a fixed term contract from 28 June 2017 – 17 April 2018.

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