Registry Administrator

York, United Kingdom
£19,202 to £20,836 per annum, pro rata
17 Jul 2019
End of advertisement period
01 Aug 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Part Time

Department:     Registry
Salary:     £19,202 to £20,836 per annum pro rata
Contract Duration:     Fixed Term Contract until 30/06/2020
Hours:     22.2 Hours per week
Closing Date:     Thursday 01 August 2019 at midnight
Interview Date:     Tuesday 13 August 2019

Part Time Role, 22.2 hours per week.  Fixed Term until 30/06/2020

Salary is £19,202 to £20,836 per annum, pro rata

Location: York

Situated in the heart of the vibrant, historic city of York, York St John University has a long and proud tradition as a distinguished education provider. Our success is founded on the quality of academic teaching and research, our thriving campus environment, and our values of an inclusive, innovative and ambitious community with a strong sense of belonging.

We are looking to recruit a Registry Administrator within our Student Records team. This team is responsible for the enrollment of students on programmes and modules, and for ensuring that students progress through their undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study in accordance with the regulations.

The team support Registry through delivery of student records processes in the administration of the student lifecycle through the shared student information system, including but not limited to facilitating the suspension, transfer and withdrawals processes in partnership with Schools.  We also help to organise the graduation ceremonies and the production of certificates and transcripts.

Reporting to the Student Records Manager, you will contribute to the provision of an efficient, student and staff-centered service, as well as working flexibly to support the remit of the wider team.

If you have a sound administrative background with excellent organisational skills, a strong customer focus and a ‘can do’ attitude, we’d love to hear from you.

You should have:

A strong focus on customer serviceExcellent organisational, written and oral communication skillsGood IT skills (MS Excel, Access, Word)An understanding of the HE environmentAn attention to detailAn ability to work cooperatively with a wide range of colleagues

Closing Date: 01 Aug 2019
Category: Professional Support

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