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Timetabling and Attendance Monitoring Assistant

Academic Registry - Timetabling, Attendance Monitoring & Graduations

Location:  Sunderland Campus
Salary:  £19,813 to £23,881
Hours per Week:  37
Closing Date:  Sunday 03 September 2017
Reference:  ACRTA
Further details:    Job Description    

An opportunity has arisen in the Academic Registry’s Timetabling, Attendance Monitoring and Graduation team for the role of Timetabling and Attendance Monitoring Assistant.

This team is one of three cross-institutional teams within the Registry. We work closely with academic staff and programme support colleagues to ensure effective operation of the attendance monitoring and timetabling systems.

As a Timetabling and Attendance Monitoring Assistant you will be responsible for the implementation of timetabling and attendance monitoring policies and procedures, typically working with one or two faculties (or an allocation of subject areas which enable workloads to be balanced). You will timetable examinations, including referral examinations and those for student with special needs, as well as make arrangements for invigilation.

As the successful candidate you will have proven experience of working in a customer focussed service environment, and within a role that requires effective planning and organisational skills, strong attention to detail and an ability to deal with a variety of difficult situations including complex enquiries which require consideration of issues from a range of different perspectives.

Your user expertise in IT systems will be extensive and include experience of Microsoft Office, in particular Excel. You must be familiar with the use and interrogation of databases and have the ability to use and develop computerised and manual systems to enhance processes.

You will be educated to A level standard or equivalent, and have GCSE Maths and English at grade C or above or equivalent qualifications.

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Please note that this role is not eligible for Tier 2 sponsorship in accordance with the Home Office Points Based Immigration System.  Should you therefore require further information, please visit the Home Office website www.gov.uk



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