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Student Data and Management Information Manager

Department
Student and Academic Services
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
32,236 - 39,609 a year
Posted Date
26/11/2018
Apply by
16/12/2018
Job Reference
7191
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Role Description

As Student Data and Management Information Manager you can look forward to joining an enthusiastic and friendly team who work with colleagues across the University to provide high quality administrative systems and services to support the student experience at York. 

The Student Data and Management Information team are embarking on an ambitious programme of change across the University to ensure that data is accurate, timely and accessible, and works to benefit the University.  The Student Data & Management Information Manager will work on a number of statutory data returns, including those to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and the Student Loans Company (SLC), and will support the University’s compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  Each of these activities involves close collaboration with teams across the University to ensure that those processes supporting the collection of data are robust, accurate and timely.  A detailed understanding of these processes provides a valuable foundation to those seeking career progression within the sector.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team that is responsible for providing enhancements and new solutions to these activities, supporting the student journey from Application through to Graduation and ensuring that our data management meets changing business needs and priorities.  You will also provide day-to-day support across a number of areas, resolving problems as they arise and identifying areas for future improvement and development.

You will initially be involved with supporting the implementation of Degree Apprenticeship programmes at the University, and leading on the submission of Individual Learner Record returns (ILR) to the Education and Skills Funding Agency.  This is a new activity for the team and you will be play a lead role in delivering system and process changes to support this initiative.  You will also support the implementation of the HESA initiative to replace the current annual data return with the new Data Futures framework.

If you are a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual, seeking to gain experience of data management and reporting we would be interested in hearing from you.  You must have strong analytical and technical problem-solving skills, with process mapping, documentation and report writing abilities. You must also have strong interpersonal skills, be able to work independently or as part of a team, and be willing and able to learn new systems and processes quickly.

This is an exciting time for the team and for you to play a key role in a cross functional team, supporting the implementation of a number of key University projects, and contributing to the ongoing enhancement of the Student experience at the University.

Please contact Dan Parker (dan.parker@york.ac.uk) for an informal discussion about the role.

For further information and to apply on-line, please click on the ‘Apply’ button above.

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