GOLDSMITHS UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

Student Data Quality Officer 

Location
New Cross, London (Greater)
Posted
11 Oct 2018
End of advertisement period
05 Nov 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Student Data Quality Officer

The Student Data Quality Officer is a newly created role that will join our recently restructured Registry Services. You will joining us at a time of exciting change and will have the opportunity to influence a new phase of student administration across the College. As part of our commitment to the continued improvement and enhancement of student administration at Goldsmiths, we have reviewed and restructured our Registry team, to create two parallel teams; Registry Systems and Data and Registry Operations.

The Student Data Quality Officer plays a pivotal role within the Registry Systems and Data team. The primary purpose of the role is to provide data quality expertise to Registry and to embed a sound culture of data quality in to our student administration. The role holder will provide data quality expertise and contribute to the agenda of continuous improvement, improving and embedding effectives operational practices around student data, management information and internal / external reporting.

This new role will join a community of data experts across the College and will work collaboratively with them to ensure effective links and a collective and cohesive approach to data management and optimism of statutory returns.

As a Data Futures Alpha and Beta pilot institution this role holder will have a key role in the Data Futures Project Delivery Team, offering expertise to the project team, as well as playing an active role in delivering necessary changes within a tight timeframe.

We are seeking an experienced Higher Education professional with proven ability to use student record systems to extract data to provide accurate management information data. You should have experience of working in an analytical or statistical role and be able to use data query and extraction tools. The role holder will need to have good working knowledge and an understanding of HESA and the statutory landscape, it would be advantageous to have an understanding of how statutory returns impact league tables and TEF.
 
The role holder will need good interpersonal skills, with the ability to liaise with colleagues in a helpful and sensitive manner, building cross team professional networks. You will have excellent communication skills, the ability to think quickly, be a real team player and have excellent attention to detail, with the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.

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