Registry Officer within Student Records System Project Team

Twickenham, United Kingdom
£30,046 per annum
11 Dec 2019
End of advertisement period
01 Jan 2020
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

School/Professional Services: Registry
Hours of Work: Full Time
Department: Registry Services
Reports to: Head of Registry Services 
Salary Band: £30,046 per annum
Annual Leave: 23 days with Bank Holidays and University Closure Days as well
Term: 12 month Fixed-Term
Job Purpose: Under the direction of the Head of Registry Services, to have responsibility for shaping the new SITS student records system to support and improve existing Registry processes.

St Mary’s University is a modern, friendly and welcoming university situated in the leafy borough of Richmond upon Thames and just a short train journey away from the hustle and bustle of central London.

St Mary’s is on an exciting journey of transformation and growth, to benefit students, staff and the wider St Mary’s community. As the University builds on its proud heritage, it is looking for exceptional people to help shape its progressive future.

The University is currently embarking on its biggest investment to date, a project to migrate from our current student records system to the industry leading Tribal SITS software.

Fundamental to the project is shaping how SITS will work for us and this role will sit within the Student Records Project Team on behalf of the Registry department to work specifically on the Progression and Awards and Student Records work streams.

The Registry department will arguably benefit the most from the implementation of SITS and the job description lists some of their areas of responsibility.

This role centres on understanding existing institutional process and identifying how SITS can improve the way we work and improve the student and staff experience. It involves data entry and the setup of programme and module data, along with progression and awarding rules within the new system. Other responsibilities include undertaking quality assurance and testing and highlighting any issues and anomalies with the new system.

Excellent data entry skills, attention to detail and the ability to manage competing priorities are all essential to the role. Confidence and experience of working with a student records system or large database are essential, as is proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite.

Exposure or experience to Tribal SITS is also highly desirable. The post is fixed-term for 12 months.

For further information about this role, please click here.

Closing Date: 1st January 2020 at 23:59

Interviews are likely to be held on or around 14th January 2020