Duties and Responsibilities
Student Records and the Student Lifecycle team are busy teams at the heart of UCLs student administration. They are responsible for administrative processes from setting up of programme information, enrolment of students, module registration and the awarding of qualifications according to the regulations.
The teams operate in a business partner model, meaning that a key part of their roles involves working closely with faculties and departments to understand the academic work undertaken in these departments and how this affects the student records throughout their time at UCL. The teams are success-oriented and enthusiastic in their approach to dealing with high volumes of queries whilst delivering an excellent service. We are looking for other proactive, quick learners to join the team. The Student Records Officer will be working in the Student Records team responsible for the set up and maintenance of core records in Portico (SITS) that support the student lifecycle.
The main duties will include: being responsible for student record and curriculum data-processing to ensure an accurate reflection of data on the Student Records system (SITS); working collaboratively and positively with contacts in other professional services, academic departments and faculties; assisting with enrolment, responding to queries, processing examination entries; working as part of a team in a flexible way to ensure the team meets its objectives and timescales. In addition the candidate would be expected to contribute ideas and suggestions on how to improve some of the processes.
These posts are funded until 31 July 2024 in the first instance.
The successful candidates will have expert knowledge of the SITS student information system (or other equivalent student database system) from a user perspective and of the data configuration of the system around curriculum, student record-keeping and use of the records system in a large multi-faculty university.
They will be experienced in prioritising their workload to manage competing demands and will be able to demonstrate a proactive approach in identifying and solving problems with minimal supervision. Excellent IT, written and spoken communication skills, together with a meticulous and organised approach to working with a high standard of accuracy, are key requirements of the role.
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At present the team works on campus for two days a week, with team members working remotely from home for the remaining three days.
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We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
29 Nov 2021
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