Title Teaching Administrator with a Leading London University – Immediate start, Part-time!
Location London
Salary £12.00 – 14.00 per hour
Job Type
Job Information

An excellent opportunity has become available to join our client, a renowned London university, as a teaching administrator in the Psychiatry, Psychology and Neurosciences Faculty at their campus in central London. You will be working in a team environment with programme directors and other academic and professional services staff in the Division to help promote a student-centred service.

The ideal candidate will have experience working in administrative role ideally in a higher education setting. They will be able to demonstrate excellent IT skills and administration skills alongside excellent communication skills, both written and verbal to staff members, students and guests of all levels. As this role is very hands on they must be able to juggle successfully and adhere to deadlines.

Teaching Administrator’s Key Responsibilities

  • Providing a full administrative service to the teaching activity on a postgraduate degree programme
  • Monitor student engagement and attendance
  • To act as a first administrative point of contact for current students and applicants
  • To respond promptly and efficiently to enquiries and problems relating to the programme
  • Liaising with relevant programme directors and other relevant staff on all administrative aspects of these programmes
  • Dealing with all aspects of the admissions process for the relevant programmes, including receiving and progressing applications, dealing with enquiries, organising interviews, registration and induction
  • To help coordinate marking and to adhere to deadlines for submission and feedback of assessed work
  • To keep an accurate and up-to-date record of all student data and maintain and update the content of student databases and shared drives

Teaching Administrator’s Essential Skills

  • Educated to Degree level or higher
  • Recent experience of working within Higher Education
  • Excellent working knowledge of Excel and Word
  • Experience of monitoring or managing online student resources or data
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to organise and prioritise own workload
  • Excellent interpersonal skills

If you possess the necessary skillset and are seeking an exciting opportunity to work in Higher Education, we look forward to receiving your application!

Whilst we will endeavour to contact you following your response, occasionally due to the high volume of applications this cannot always be possible. If you have not had notification within 7 days unfortunately your application may not have been successful this time but we will keep your details on file and may contact you with future opportunities.