Faculty Co-ordinator - Faculty of Wellbeing, Education, Languages and Social Care
- Full Time
Faculty Co-ordinator, Midlands of England
Faculty of Wellbeing, Education, Languages and Social Care
£32,548 to £38,833,
Fixed-term contract for 24 months
Homeworker (based in the Midlands of England)
With responsibility for managing and co-ordinating academic-related and administrative support activities, the Faculty Co-ordinator will facilitate the delivery of services to Health, Wellbeing and Social Care students and to Associate Lecturers. You will be a member of a virtual team supporting lecturers and students across the UK. You will support the management of Associate Lecturers and the allocation of students to them. You will be responsible for arrangements for tutorials and day schools. You will be the first point of contact for students and Associate Lecturers in your curriculum areas.
This post includes the specialised role of Data Interpreter which involves charting the behaviour, progress and achievement of HWSC students in order to develop appropriate, targeted, real-time support activities/interventions. It is anticipated that fifty per cent of your time will be employed in this role.
You will have a degree or equivalent, experience of managing projects, and excellent organisational, communication, interpersonal and ICT skills. You may need to travel occasionally to the University’s UK offices as well being required to work a limited number of evenings and weekends.
Although this post is a homeworking role, there will be occasional travel within the Open University Midlands locality. The post holder will therefore need to reside in the OU Midlands locality which encompasses Birmingham, Nottingham and Cambridge.
Closing date: 20 November 2017 at 5pm
For detailed information and how to apply go to www.open.ac.uk/employment, or call the Staffing Team on 01908 659313 or e-mail WELS-Recruitment@open.ac.uk quoting the reference number.
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