Duties and Responsibilities
The Bartlett School of Architecture is a world-leading place to study, teach and research architecture. The School is a key part of UCL, a top-world-ranking university, where architecture has been taught for over 175 years. With over 300 permanent staff, across two state-of-the-art London sites, the school enjoys a rich reputation for cultivating innovative ideas in architecture and is currently ranked global No. 3 by the QS World Ranking by Subject for architecture and the built environment and the top architecture school by the Architects Journal AJ100 for the 17th consecutive year.
Students on our programmes have won many awards including 8 Silver, 9 Bronze, and 3 Dissertation medals at the RIBA Presidents Awards. Our staff are at the forefront of international research and teaching, encompassing individual excellence, interdisciplinary collaborations, and pioneering methodologies. Many of our graduates have gone on to occupy leading roles in established practices worldwide, others have set up award winning practices of their own. For further information about the School, please visit www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/architecture
The School is now seeking to appoint an Education Manager who will be responsible for the management and administration of taught and research programmes, including the provision of support to academic/teaching staff and students throughout the entire student lifecycle.
The postholder will deal with a wide range of stakeholders and colleagues across the School as well as working closely with Registry, specifically the Lifecycle and Examiners team. The role is also key to the School Senior Leadership Team and involved in assisting a number of strategic projects based around delivering and ensuring a positive student experience is achieved.
This role leads the School Teaching & Learning support team of 12 staff and will manage 5 direct reports. This will involve setting objectives, supervising and managing workloads.
We are looking for candidates with substantial experience in a senior administrative role in higher education, or experience of project management in a complex environment. You will have a record of successful line management and possess proven team leadership and motivational skills.
You should be a proficient user of a variety of computer packages including Microsoft Office and should possess excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills including the ability to write strategic and operational reports.
In addition, the postholder will be capable of prioritising and organising a varied and demanding workload and be able to solve problems with confidence and decisiveness.
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We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.
14 Mar 2021
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Our department is working towards an Athena SWAN award. We are committed to advancing gender equality within our department.
This appointment is subject to UCL Terms and Conditions of Service for Research and Support Staff.
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