Assessments and Regulations Officer

London (GB)
10 Aug 2017
End of advertisement period
28 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

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Assessments and Regulations Officer 
Salary: £28,241 - £32,689 per annum inclusive, with potential to progress to £35,170 per annum inclusive

Are you interested in enhancing the educational experience of the world’s best students through a combination of administrative, regulatory and welfare related support? If so, you could gain valuable experience as the Exams, Assessment and Regulations Officer at LSE Law. LSE Law is an internationally renowned academic department at LSE, delivering leading Law degree programmes to exceptional students. In addition to working at one of the best universities in the world, you would also be working for an organisation that is committed to enhancing your professional development.
The post holder will take full administrative responsibility for the arrangements around the taught postgraduate assessments as well as ensuring that all areas of LSE Law are operating within the current regulations and using best practice. S/he will act as the main point of contact for students and staff with queries on assessment and regulations, review current processes to identify efficiencies and act as a key interface between LSE Law and the central services on related activities.  
You must have very strong IT skills (particularly in relation to MS Excel) and exceptional attention to detail. A proven ability to plan, prioritise and manage a demanding and varied workload, and meet concurrent deadlines is also required. Complete discretion when handling confidential material or managing sensitive situations is essential. 
Experience of working in an academic or similar environment in an administrative capacity will be an advantage. However, more important is demonstrable experience of having worked in busy and demanding environments whilst maintaining professionalism, accuracy and a creative approach to problem solving. A ‘can do’ attitude along with empathy and understanding of both student issues and School regulations will lead to success in this role.
In addition to a good salary the benefits that come with this job include a defined benefits pension scheme, generous annual leave and excellent training and development opportunities. 
For further information about the post, please see the ‘how to apply’ document, job description and the person specification. 

Applications must be received by 28 August 2017 (midnight UK time). Regrettably, we cannot accept any applications received after this date.
Interviews will be held in the week commencing 4 September 2017

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