Curriculum Administrator
Keystone Jobs
London - East
2d ago
source : Reverse Delta

Applications are invited for the position of Curriculum Administrator based in the Institute of Health Sciences Education (IHSE), School of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary Univerity of London.

nnThe post-holder of this busy and challenging role will primarily be responsible for providing high level administrative support to the Institute Manager (Quality & Research), Deputy Dean for Education and other senior colleagues and will support the administration of the MB BS Curriculum.

160; The post-holder will assist in an ongoing programme of curriculum review which enables the School to ensure the provision of high quality professional training and education for our students.

nnThe post holder will be responsible for the accurate recording of input from academic staff to the MBBS programme, amending the online record system SWARM as required.

nnThe post holder will be responsible for the accuracy of information on Compas and for collecting teaching and programme related data.

160; They will work closely with all Education Leads, Institute Managers and IHSE professional and academic staff, and for ensuring QMUL regulatory requirements are met.

  • 160;nnThe post will work closely with the Centre for Medical Education and other colleagues to support the Institute’
  • s continuing developmentsnnThe role will involve all elements of administration and will require a good working knowledge of Higher Education systems.

    160; The post-holder will be required to have experience in databases and spreadsheets and Microsoft Office. nnPrevious experience of working in the higher and / or further education sector is essential, preferably in a health related area.

    160; As well as being an effective team player, with good communication and interpersonal skills, a professional, friendly and approachable attitude, a high level of organisational skill is essential.

    160; The post-holder will be responsible for managing his / her own workload, often working without direct supervision, providing an efficient and supportive service to colleagues.

  • 160; The post is full-time, 35 hours per week. nnThe interview will take place on 3rd July 2018nQualificationsnGCSE or equivalent in English and MathsnEducated to A level or equivalent or equivalent experiencennSkillsEssential skillsnnnAdministrative experience, preferably in an HE / NHS environmentnExcellent IT skills, including spreadsheets, email, word processing and databases (Microsoft Office)nExcellent organisational and planning skills with a methodical approach and strict attention to detailnExperience of implementing and maintaining efficient office systems and proceduresnExperienced in exercising judgement and making decisions independently, understanding when appropriate to escalate issuesnExperience of working autonomously, but also able to work collaboratively and flexibly as part of a teamnAbility to manage projects independentlynAble to plan and prioritise own workload and meet deadlinesnExcellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate, 
  • and liaise effectively with individuals at all levelsnExcellent written, verbal and numeracy skillsnAbility to act with initiative, confidentiality and diplomacynnnDesirable skillsnnnExperience of curriculum managementnExperience of Medical programmesnnn 
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