Registrar and Secretary
Location: Brighton - Moulsecoomb
Salary: £78,773 to £83,561 per annum
The newly created role of Academic Registrar will play a pivotal role in the delivery of Brighton University’s strategic plans for education and the student experience and its commitment to advancing operational excellence in its academic administration.
This is an outstanding opportunity to make a direct contribution to the ongoing success of the University, working closely with the Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education and Student Experience (E&SE) and the Directors of Education to ensure that we continue to develop and improve the opportunities and support we offer to our students. The role will involve:
- leadership of a high-quality student administration service covering all stages of the student’s academic journey from admission to graduation, including enrolment, assessments and examinations, Panels and Boards of Examiners, awarding and graduation;
- developing and managing the University’s student record system, ensuring high levels of data quality and the production of statistics and analysis for internal and external purposes;
- ensuring high levels of data quality and the production of statistics and analysis for internal and external purposes;
- coordinating the alignment of academic service functions with the work of staff based in schools and the longer-term development of these relationships;
- responsibility for the interpretation and development of the University’s academic regulations and compliance with statutory duties in relation to institutional compliance, student achievement, assessment and records management;
- leading the Secretariat which services Academic Board and its sub-committees;
- working closely with the PVC E&SE in framing the University’s internal quality enhancement agenda – working with academic schools and relevant professional services and supporting the institutional response to the ongoing development of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF);
- engaging with and advising the University’s Executive Board on changes within the HE sector and the University’s responses;
- leading the University’s academic policy response to a new external regulatory landscape created under the Office for Students (OFS).
You can find out more about the role and what we're looking for in the job description/person specification. Further information about working for us, as well as the range of benefits we offer, can be found here. Interviews will be held in the weeks commencing 11 June or 18 June.
For an informal conversation regarding the role, please contact Emilie Linnard on 01273 642007 or email: email@example.com.
Closing Date: Thursday 31 May 2018