Job title Data Officer
Department Academic Registry
Salary Starting from £27,929, rising to £34,308 per annum
Grade Grade 6
SOC Code - Visa Requirements 3539
This role is sponsorable
Placed on Tuesday 15 November 2022
Closing date Tuesday 29 November 2022
Interview date See advert
Are you interested in joining a supportive and friendly team, where you will feel welcomed and rewarded, at an exciting time of expansion and opportunity within the department of Academic Registry?
About the role
Academic Registry fulfils a dual role at the University by being an expert provider of fundamental University-wide academic services and being a dynamic influencer of academic policy.
An exciting opportunity has become available to work as a Data Officer in the Academic Registry's Student Data & Statutory Reporting team.
The Data Officer will provide an important role in the provision of high- quality data analysis both internally and externally. The role holder will co- ordinate and support the provisions of a wide range of management information for internal and external audiences and the preparation of major data returns to statutory bodies. The role holder will also be involved in the development of system tools and processes to enhance data quality.
As Data Officer, you will bring excellent organisational skills and a positive outlook to the team. You will have a strong ability to learn new process, practises and software, which will compliment your analytical skills and attention to detail.
The Data Officer will bring valued experience to our team in the areas of:
The role holder will be passionate about process improvement, building relationships with service users and stakeholders, and personal continuous development.
For an informal chat about the role, please contact James Arthur (Head of Registry Services) on email@example.com or Jon Davies (Assistant Registrar) on firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews are likely to be held w/c 12 December.
What we can offer you:
We are an equal opportunities employer and have an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations. We have made a positive commitment towards gender equality and intersectionality receiving a Silver Athena SWAN award.
A family-friendly University with an increasingly agile workforce, we are open to flexible working arrangements. We're also proud to be a disability confident leader and are happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments you may require.
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We aim to be an inclusive university, where difference is celebrated , respected and encouraged. We truly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and backgrounds leads to a better environment for our employees and students, creating a learning environment and organisational culture that enhances health and wellbeing across our community. We are very proud to have recently received Ambassadors for Autism certification and are an accredited Disability Confident Leader; committed to building disability confidence and supporting disabled staff.Further details:
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