Signature Recruitment have an excellent opportunity to join our client, a leading London University, as a Faculty Mitigating Circumstances Coordinator. This role is part time (17.5 hours a week), temporary, and immediate start.
The successful candidate will provide a high-quality support service for Faculty Mitigating Circumstances including assessing student applications for Mitigating Circumstances and supporting the team in reviewing and streamlining processes. If this is an area you have experience in, please read on!
Faculty Mitigating Circumstances Coordinator Main Responsibilities:
- Processing student requests for Mitigating Circumstances in line with Programme Regulations
- Working in collaboration with the Student and Programme teams and where required Academic staff and members of Central Services to ensure that all appropriate paperwork is provided for review
- Ensuring relevant outcome data from applications is passed to the Student and Programme teams to help with the maintenance of student records and production of assessment board grids
- Ensuring relevant outcome data from applications is passed to Academic Staff and central services contacts in sufficient time to allow for any required actions
- Integrity checking any information on outcomes from panels prior to issuing to ensure that information/data is correct and that it is being passed onto the appropriate individuals or teams in line with data confidentiality guidelines
- Reviewing the processes associated with Mitigating Circumstances across the University accredited Faculty programmes.
- Liaising with Registry and Student Services to ensure that information relevant to Mitigating Circumstances and is fit for purpose.
- Dealing with all matters sensitively and discretely at all times abiding by relevant confidentiality and data protection policies
Faculty Mitigating Circumstances Coordinator Essential Skills and Experience:
- Knowledge / experience within HE of Mitigating Circumstances
- Decision making and organisational abilities, including an ability to manage priorities and workloads
- Excellent IT skills – able to use MS office applications (Excel, Word, Powerpoint)
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to articulate often complex matters in a simple manner
- Strong organisational skills
- Ability to remain calm and professional within a busy environment
If you possess the necessary skillset and are seeking an exciting opportunity to work with this leading University, 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.