The Department of History seeks to appoint a part-time (60% of full-time) Teaching Data and Student Funding Administrator to join the administrative team in the Department of History on the Heslington West campus. The post is available from late August 2019.
The role holder provides administrative support to two key areas of student-related administration.
Supporting the Chair of the Board of Studies in developing the Department’s teaching and workload planning documents, you will gather and analyse the data which forms the basis of these plans, updating the documents to reflect changes in teaching. You will also ensure this information is accurately represented in the University timetable by working closely with the Department’s Embedded Timetabler.
You will provide administrative support to the Department’s allocation of undergraduate and postgraduate student funding, including organising and promoting activities in relation to both University and Departmental awards and advising staff and students on available funding streams.
You should be educated to at least GCSE level (or equivalent) to include qualifications in Mathematics and English, and be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Access. Experience of creating and working with large data sets relevant to the post, is essential, as are excellent written and verbal communication skills to summarise complex information for staff as well as current / prospective students. You should have excellent organisational skills and the ability to work to a high degree of accuracy with excellent attention to detail. The ability to update web pages is desirable but is not essential as training will be provided.
Salary will be within the range of £21,414 - £24,771, per annum (reduced pro-rata for part-time working), at a level that is commensurate with the abilities and experience of the successful candidate.
The post is 22.2 hours per week (60% of full-time). There is some flexibility with the hours of work, although it is expected that the work will be carried out mainly during office hours.
Closing date: midnight on 24 June 2019
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