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Project Coordinator

Department
York Management School
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
32,236 - 39,609 a year
Posted Date
02/01/2019
Apply by
23/01/2019
Job Reference
7236
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Role Description

This is a new role and forms part of a revised Professional and Support Structure designed in response to significant growth in the size of the Management School. The Project Co-ordinator role has been developed to drive long term strategic projects including the achievement and maintenance of business school accreditations and other quality and professional standards (ie AACSB, CIPD, CIMA, Athena Swan etc). Working collaboratively with Colleagues in the School, the wider University and beyond, the role holder will have experience of working within regulatory frameworks to collect and collate large scale qualitative and quantitative data sets. Experience of working with continuous improvement methodologies and of embedding changed systems and processes into existing practice are essential requirements.

You would join the AACSB project right at the beginning of our accreditation journey so this role presents a fantastic opportunity to use your skills and experience of managing projects to work collaboratively to influence the design of the project.

If you would like to discuss the role informally, please get in touch with the School Manager, yvonne.ablett@york.ac.uk.

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