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Data Analyst (Student Systems and Data)

Institution: University of Brighton

Department: Academic Services  

Job title: Data Analyst (Student Systems and Data)

Salary: £29,301 to 32,958 per annum

The Student Systems and Data Team in Academic Services leads on the development and implementation of integrated student administrative systems solutions for the university including student data services. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced data analyst to join our team in this new role. You will be responsible for the compilation of statutory student data returns in the student HESA return, as well as a range of internal data services to inform decision-making, liaising with internal and external stakeholders. You will have experience of collating, analysing, validating and evaluating data. Experience of presenting complex information to external and internal colleagues at all levels is also essential.

Job sharers welcome.

In return, the university offers a generous pension scheme and annual leave package which starts at 25 days as well as additional leave over the Christmas period.

Closing Date: Friday 28 July 2017

Further information, including job description and how to apply, please visit http://jobs.brighton.ac.uk/AS5213-17-179


Student Administrative Systems Support Manager

Institution: University of Brighton

Department: Academic Services  

Job title: Student Administrative Systems Support Manager

Salary: £29,301 to 32,958 per annum

The Student Systems and Data Team in Academic Services leads on the development and implementation of integrated student administrative systems solutions for the university. This is an exciting opportunity to join our team, where you will be responsible for managing the planning and delivery of a system training programme and user support service, as well as contributing to system development projects and maintenance. You will manage a small team and explore effective and creative ways to deliver training across the university. You will have experience of delivering training and coordinating a user-focused service and a good understanding of the student lifecycle in higher education. Experience of managing people and the ability to motivate a small team, and to communicate confidently with a wide range of audiences is also essential.

Job sharers welcome.
In return, the university offers a generous pension scheme and annual leave package which starts at 25 days as well as additional leave over the Christmas period.

Closing Date: Friday 28 July 2017.

Further information, including job description and how to apply, please visit http://jobs.brighton.ac.uk/AS5212-17-180


 

Quality Assurance Officer

Institution: Oxford Brookes University

Department: Directorate of Academic and Student Affairs    

Job title: Quality Assurance Officer, Full time

Salary: £33,943, rising annually to £37,075

This is a pivotal role in ensuring that the University’s academic policies and regulations are applied consistently and fairly. Working at the heart of University governance this post enables a talented individual to work alongside senior colleagues in the development of key academic policies and regulations which have a direct and lasting impact on the quality of the student
experience.

You will be responsible for:

– Liaising with one of our four Faculties to provide advice and guidance to staff at all levels within the Faculty, on all aspects of the University’s quality assurance policies and requirements; and supporting the Faculty’s external quality reviews;
– providing advice and guidance to programme approval and review panels to ensure due process is followed and definitive programme documentation is completed, including officer support for panels convened to consider collaborative arrangements in the UK and overseas;
– providing professional support for specified senior University committees;
– leading sessions within the programme of staff development offered by the APQO;
– working with the Head of the APQO to draft and update sections of the University’s Quality and Standards Handbook.

You should have:

– an undergraduate degree, or equivalent vocational or professional qualification;
– significant experience of academic administration in higher education, including committee servicing;
– excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to form good working relationships with colleagues at all levels of the University;
– excellent written and verbal communication skills;
– excellent organisational and workload management skills.

Further information, including job description and how to apply, please visit: https://my.corehr.com/pls/oburecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=038092

Please direct any enquiries to: e.turner@brookes.ac.uk

The closing date for completed applications is: 31 July 2017


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