Deadline for applications: N/A
At Study Group, our students travel from 142 different countries to study on our Higher Education preparatory courses. The students are miles from their family and will be faced with a new culture, lifestyle, and learning environment. We strive to create a better world through education and value passionate staff that shares the same passion.
A fantastic job opportunity has opened within the central Academic Office of Study Group UK & Europe for a Registry Assistant to join on a part-time contract (22.5 hours per week). Our Academic Registry is the hub of administration related to the recording and management of definitive documentation and its publication through various media, including the archiving of information. It is a crucial central administration unit of Study Group.
Working in a team of 5, you’ll have the opportunity to work across academic administration within both our International Study Centre and Bellerbys network. This is a job role that requires you to work a variety of complex administrative tasks, often to tight deadlines. So you’ll need to be driven and focused with acute attention to detail. Working across our two brands you’ll have the chance to work with lots of different staff across different levels meaning that communication skills and confidence are essential.
The Academic Registrar strongly believes in giving his team professional development opportunities, so you’ll work closely with him to look at the opportunity available to enhance your career. If you enjoy working with complex admin, love working with different people, and like the idea of working in a forward-thinking business within education, then this is an unrivalled opportunity.
Contract Type: 0.6FTE (22.5 hours per week)
Salary: £21,000 per annum
- Maintaining and developing parts of the student records systems;
- Exchanging information about student records with authorised divisions with Study Group and, on occasions, with partner universities.
- Administering definitive documentation (programme specifications, for example);
- Lead on the administrative implementation of the Student Experience Survey for the International Study Centre network;
- Processing and administering student complaints, outcomes of disciplinary hearings and academic appeals;
- Maintaining quality-related documentation, implementing policy decisions and managing the collection, collation and verification of a wide variety of often complex and extensive academic information & documentation to meet internal and external reporting needs and deadlines;
- Supporting the work of the Quality team as they prepare for programme (re)approvals and Centre Review;
- Liaising with staff to organise training days, meetings, interviews, appointments and reports;
- University relationships and liaison – maintain an extensive data set of university contacts in consultation with Bellerbys-focused colleagues;
- Organise and keep current a range of policies, procedures and protocols in relation to ISC network and Bellerbys College Foundation provision;
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
- Experience working in a busy administrative role working on a variety of admin duties.
- You will need to be comfortable working with Data (both qualitative and quantitative).
- Experience working in a Further Education or Higher Education context (desirable)
- A first degree (desirable)
We are Study Group, a global pathway provider in International Education, working collaboratively with a number of Top Tier Universities. Voted as the 2017 and 2018 Global Pathway Provider of the year, our people are united with the shared ambition of providing a world-class UK education to talented students from across the globe.
How to apply
We take pride in providing an excellent candidate experience to all potential candidates, so will ensure a timely response and process for all applicants. If you are interested in finding out more then please submit a CV on our jobs board and a member of the Recruitment Team will be in contact.
Study Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students, and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same dedication. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers, an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and overseas criminal records if appropriate.
What does a role at Study Group mean?
We are a unique business within the sector, giving our people a completely different working experience.
We have a large global network and encourage collaboration across the whole business. We work with a number of partners across the network including top tier universities.
We encourage innovation throughout our Centres, ensuring that our students are given an interactive, student centred, and creative, tailor-made learning experience. Our people are given an autonomy within their roles that is rarely seen within the industry.
We believe in continuous professional and personal development, and take pride in offering our staff ample opportunity to achieve their goals. Utilising our large organisational infrastructure, across our different brands, we invite our people to gain valuable experience, and maximise all the exciting tools available to help develop their career.