The Department of Land Economy is looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to work within our busy and dynamic Student Business Office. The Office processes all actions related to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate student business from application to graduation. The office currently consists of the Coordinator, the Deputy Coordinator and the Undergraduate Administrator. This is a friendly but hard-working office which requires a self-motivated and thorough deputy coordinator in order to see it through the peaks and troughs associated with the academic cycle.The role holder will assist in the coordination of the course and admissions support for undergraduate and postgraduate processes within the Department. They will provide an efficient course and admissions experience for students and will assist in the coordination of the Student Business Office in any way required by the Student Business Office Coordinator to include administration of the undergraduate programmes, the postgraduate programmes and the departments mentoring scheme and resume book, exam administration, degree committee assistance etc. The role holder will also have supervisory duties in the absence and with the instruction of, the Student Business Office Coordinator. The role holder will supervise and will be generally supported by the Undergraduate Administrator.
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