Duties and Responsibilities
This part-time role in the UCL Department of Anthropology will be responsible for ensuring a high-level of administrative support is provided to undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, their student cohort and academic teaching staff. The focus will be on developing, documenting and implementing a consistent set of procedures and processes, covering the full academic cycle, including module registration, assessment, feedback, examinations, module review, academic regulations, quality assurance and committees.
This role will line manage one full-time Teaching and Learning Administrator.
The role holder will work closely with the Teaching and Learning Manager, the other Senior Teaching and Learning Administrator and other members of the team to actively review operating procedures and is expected to promote a culture of continuous improvement, collaboration and consistency.
The Senior Teaching and Learning Administrator will provide specialist administration and professional support to the designated teaching programmes and modules, ensuring that effective procedures for dealing with all aspects of programme administration are widely implemented, documented and adopted. The postholder will also proactively support an inclusive, caring and supportive student experience.
This role presents an excellent opportunity of professional development for any individual interested in a career in Teaching and Learning administration in higher education; the postholder will have opportunity to design and project manage plans to improve the provision to students and staff in the department and being involved in Faculty-led activities and projects, gaining an exposure to a variety of aspects of education development.
The post will initially be based at UCLs Bloomsbury campus, or remotely during COVID-19, and may have a split presence at UCL East from 2023.
The postholder will have experience of programme administration in the higher or further education sector and a good knowledge of student support. They will also have experience of experience of initiating, reviewing and developing administrative systems and processes and an awareness of the issues relating to the effective management of academic programmes.
The role requires someone with excellent planning, organisational and evidence based decision-making skills, including the ability to coordinate a range of simultaneous tasks or activities for individual and team workloads, exercise initiative and problem-solve effectively. Making inclusivity, diversity and (inter) cultural awareness core to actions and decision-making for self and team is essential.
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17 Jan 2022
Latest time for the submission of applications
27 Jan 2022
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