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Subject Coordinator - School of Art and Design
An opportunity has arisen to join the administration team in the School of Art and Design. The role requires an ability to coordinate, manage and align administrative activities across a range of both undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses.
As a Subject Coordinator you will be leading and developing a team of administration staff members that are involved with all aspects of course administration including quality assurance, student inductions, assessments, Boards of Examiners and all other activities associated with academic administration and the student lifecycle.
You will be working with students, external clients, and academic and professional services staff from across the University, so effective interpersonal skills in addition to excellent written and oral communication skills are essential. In addition, you will work closely with the School Administration Manager to manage and improve business processes, ensuring that a professional level of service is offered to a range of end users.
The successful candidate will have an excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, will be solution focused and will be able to competently prioritise both team and their own workloads. The post requires an ability to respond positively to change, tackling challenges with enthusiasm and sometimes resilience and to be effective whilst working in a fast paced environment. Well-developed organisation, influencing/negotiating and administrative skills are essential.
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