JOB TITLE: QUALITY COORDINATOR
DEPARTMENT: ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (QUALITY TEAM)
SALARY: £18-20,000 PA DOE
HOURS: MONDAY TO FRIDAY 09.00-17.30 / 08:30-17.00 / 08:00-16:30
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Quality Coordinator to join our clients Academic Affairs Department. Academic Affairs has responsibility for registrations, submission and examining of all assessments, arranging examinations, supporting feedback and academic committees and oversight of all quality assurance processes. It comprises two main teams – Quality and Registry. Quality is a highly motivated team that has overall responsibility for the quality of the experience and learning opportunities of our students, and for ensuring the maintenance of academic standards across all programmes.
SCOPE OF THE JOB
The post-holder will take on responsibility for specific programmes and subject areas, together with administration of specific committees and/or validation and quality assurance processes.
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties and responsibilities of the Quality Coordinator will include:
- Undertaking activities and coordinating projects relating to academic affairs and quality.
- Liaising with academic staff and students on day-to-day quality matters and activities.
- Delivering academic support services, e.g. in connection to the development and approval of new courses and assessments.
- Liaising with partners and External Examiners.
- Serving and contributing to committees and boards meetings, including accurate minute-taking.
- Producing and maintaining student handbooks and other policy and procedural documents.
- Implementing a variety of quality assurance activities.
- Analysing and presenting data.
- Supporting the company’s Student Association and associated software and supporting student representatives more broadly.
It is essential that candidates are able to demonstrate:
- Excellent organisational skills.
- Ability to prioritise task effectively.
- Attention to detail.
- Ability to communicate effectively and articulately, both verbally and in writing, to a wide variety of stakeholders (e.g. students, senior academics).
- IT literacy, e.g. solid grasp of common software packages including Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook.
- Good basic analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to work effectively to deadlines.