Curriculum Operations Administrator

Job Description

This role is full time and is suitable for GRADUATES/FT WORKERS ONLY.



The Curriculum Operations Administrator is a member of the Curriculum Operations unit (COU), within the Institute of Health Sciences & Education (IHSE), part of the School of Medicine and Dentistry.  The main purpose of the role is to provide the administration for years 3 and 4 on the MBBS processes and support the MBBS Manager.

 



Main duties and responsibilities




  • Provision of the administrative processes for the Bachelor in Medicine/Bachelor in Surgery (MBBS) programme which is delivered by IHSE, in particular years 3 and 4 of the programme

  • Act as a key contact for all enquiries relating to the relevant programmes.

  • Ensuring the smooth running of the relevant programmes on a day to day basis

  • Maintaining accurate records of student progression, including EC submissions & any other relevant information which will be required for Subject Exam Boards.

  • Acting as secretary to the Academic Leads Meetings, including sending out agenda & associated paperwork, minute taking, distribution of action points

  • Supporting the work of the wider Curriculum Operation Unit, including contributing to the provision of cover. 





The above list of responsibilities is not exhaustive and the jobholder may be required to undertake other duties commensurate with the level of the role, as reasonably requested by their line manager.



 



Qualifications

GCSE/O Level (Grade C or above) or equivalent in English and Maths



Educated to A Level (Grade C or above) or equivalent



Degree or equivalent, or equivalent attainment through experience (Desirable)



Skills

Experience of working as an administrator in a Higher Education Office environment (preferably health care related)



A successful track record in working with colleagues at all levels, including senior staff and external contacts



A good understanding of the annual cycle of administration within a Higher Education environment



Experience of working with a variety of databases (ideally SITS) (Desirable)



Awareness and understanding of the current issues within Higher Education, particularly in health care disciplines (Desirable)



Skills



Excellent organisational skills



Excellent IT skills, including spreadsheets, email, word processing and database management (Microsoft Office)



Excellent written, verbal and numeracy skills



Accuracy and attention to detail



Ability to prioritise a varied workload and meet tight deadlines



Ability to deal with students in a supportive, friendly, and professional manner



A good understanding of student records and GDPR



Other



Able to work unsupervised and exercise initiative



Must demonstrate a positive disposition and a good team spirit and flexible attitude to work



*The ability to meet UK ‘right to work’ requirements.



 

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We can only consider candidates who can begin work on the week commencing the 12th of august. 



Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an assesment day onsite on the week commencing the 22nd of July.



Please note that the end date for this role may change depending on workload. 



Roles and responsibilities 




  • Provide professional and courteous support to students and other callers via telephone, guiding them through the clearing process and addressing their inquiries.

  • Assist applicants with the completion of application forms, ensuring accuracy and compliance with university policies and procedures.

  • Act as a knowledgeable resource, providing information on available courses, admission requirements, and any other relevant details.

  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of interactions and application progress.

  • Collaborate with the admissions team to ensure a smooth and efficient clearing process.

  • Handle confidential information in a secure and responsible manner.

  • Support admissions officers on ad-hoc tasks



Qualifications

Please see above 



Skills

  • Previous experience in a customer service role, demonstrating excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Ability to communicate effectively over the telephone / emails with a clear and professional voice.

  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills to handle multiple tasks and applications simultaneously.

  • Familiarity with university admissions processes or clearing procedures is a plus.

  • Proficiency in using computer database and software applications relevant to the role.

  • A commitment to providing outstanding service and maintaining a positive and helpful attitude.

The post is to support funded interview research concerning learners of colours’ experience of pursuing graduate career plans. The post would involve recruiting interviewees, setting up interviews, conducting interviews and preparing transcripts for analysis. You would receive full training and supervised throughout all activities. You would conduct around 12 interviews in total as part of this project. Given the focus of this project, you would also need to be a learner of colour (i.e., of African or Asian cultural heritage).



Main Responsibilities



· Utilise and deploy basic research techniques under the supervision of a senior member of staff.



· Assist in the planning and implementation of specific research activities, as directed (specifically, arranging interviews with individuals via email/phone).



· Assist in the collection of data including conducting interviews and focus groups, as appropriate.



· Assist in the analysis of qualitative data, as directed (specifically, conducting interviews either face to face or via Microsoft Teams).



· Contribute to the solution of problems encountered in the research context, referring issues as appropriate to the senior staff (the project lead, Dom Conroy).



· Administration around interview transcript production.



· Potential involvement with initial analysis of interview transcript data.



· Attend weekly (at first) face to face meetings to discuss ongoing work.



· Assist with the presentation of information on research progress and outcomes to relevant sponsors etc (namely, at the Advance HE July 2024 conference and the BERA September 2024 conference).



· Participate in the documentation of the results arising from research activity.



· Contribute towards the publication of research findings in suitable publications.



· Planning and managing resources



· Work to deadlines and manage competing priorities, with direction as appropriate from the line manager. University/school profile



· As appropriate, liaise with relevant internal and external contacts/organisations in related areas of study.



The purpose of the job description is to indicate the general level of responsibility and location of the position. The duties may vary from time to time without changing their general character or level of responsibility.



Qualifications

See Experience/Skills required field



Skills

Additional details



To apply for this post, you need to be either a current London Met student or within 18 months of studying for a degree at London Met. This is a requirement of ‘Met Temps’ the agency through which recruitment for this role is being administered. As above, given the focus of this project, you would also need to be a learner of colour (i.e., of African or Asian cultural heritage). To work in this role you would need to register with Met Temps, but note that this can be done retrospectively and you can apply for this role by emailing the relevant application materials to me directly. The rate of pay for this role will be the minimum London pay wage of £13.15 per hour.

Role profile




  • Cover the residence's front desk and deliver the highest standards of customer care in line with Fit for Kings’ commitments. 

  • Cover all reception duties including checking in guests, keeping track of keys, greeting and directing all visitors and managing the phones and email accounts.

  • Responsible for providing a professional, accurate, and efficient service to a wide range of people, including current residents, members of the public, colleagues, and external agencies. 

  • First-line complaint handling, offering, guidance, solutions, and, where necessary, escalation to the appropriate parties.  

  • Logging and monitoring maintenance requests and escalating jobs outside of the agreed service level agreement and providing appropriate feedback to residents.  

  • Ensure all policies and procedures are followed in regard to guests, visitors and visiting contractors/maintenance teams, signing in all visitors and making them aware of health and safety and fire responsibilities.  

  • Manage all incoming post and parcels following the relevant processes.




  • Ensure housekeeping standards are high across the site, including the reception area and communal areas, bedrooms, laundry, etc.  

  • Active participation in team meetings and contribution to working practices to ensure effective service to residents.  

  • Work within a structured framework of all standard operating procedures. 

  • Provide operational support to ensure the effective delivery of a high volume of accommodation turnaround during Welcome to Kings and summer business.

  • Carry out additional tasks and ad-hoc duties when required by the management team.



 



 Communication & Networking  




  • Provide a range of support for students and the management team within residences.  

  • Provide an immediate source of guidance to residents and demonstrate an understanding of the range of resources within residences and campus.  




  • Professionally manage and respond to high volumes of written and verbal communication with residents and King’s departments. 

  • Provide accurate daily handovers to ensure vital information is shared between all teams and shifts.  

  • Responsible for handling a range of sensitive data in line with GDPR policies. 

  • Triage a wide range of information to appropriate people, for example, residence manager, security, welfare, and conduct teams with the appropriate discretion.  

  • Reporting maintenance matters, gathering detailed information from residents to report jobs directly in planon to ensure appropriate escalations.  



 



Decision Making, Planning & Problem-Solving 




  • Work autonomously at the front desk and act as the custodian of residence on evenings and weekends and at other times whilst the manager is absent. 




  • Deal with a broad range of inquiries from students, and staff, managing visitors and contractors, etc. 

  • Manage daily handover to the housekeeping team/security and relevant departments.  




  • Provide first line response to emergencies such as fire, facilities outages, and serious resident welfare matters, and escalate appropriately following residence escalation policies.  

  • Complete weekly, daily site audits relating to health and safety, and cleanliness and communicate all findings to relevant parties.  

  • Conduct room/kitchen audits, flagging any issues or concerns to relevant people.

  • Identify immediate health and safety concerns and escalate appropriately.  

  • Help the Residence Manager investigate resident conduct issues as and when appropriate.



Analysis & Research 




  • Input and extract data from a range of software functions such as Mercury, Planon, iAuditor, and KX to manage housekeeping and maintenance tasks.  

  • Management of data from planon to ensure that jobs remain in SLA. 



Teamwork, Teaching & Development 




  • Collaboration with colleagues to manage daily reception duties. 

  • Provide orientation, job training and guidance for newer team members. 




  • Guide housekeeping team and contract cleaners (summer) on daily tasks and specific areas requiring focus. 

  • Present site updates at building together forums. 

  • Managing projects such as room inspections and delivery of green impact with minimum or no supervision. 

  • Orientation of students through the welcome period. 



Physical Demands & Working Environment 




  • A mixture of high-concentration office-based and operational tasks.  

  • Manual handling requirements. 

  • Understanding of the risks involved in the working environment. 

  • Assessing site safety and security on regular inspections  



Pastoral Care 




  • Demonstrate empathy and escalate any concerns for the resident’s well-being. 

  • Handle sensitive information concerning welfare-related incidents with appropriate levels of respect and confidentiality. 

  • Assist vulnerable residents. 

  • Ensure the safe evacuation of residents in the event of fire alarms. 

  • Provide support to residents requiring first aid assistance. 



 



Qualifications

  • A-Levels or suitable relevant experience

  • Customer Service training or relevant experience

  • Higher Education

  • Hospitality Background



Skills

  • Excellent Command of the English Language

  • Strong I.T. Skills

  • Hotel/Youth Hostel/Student Accommodation reception experience

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Knowledge of foreign languages

  • Interpersonal skills

  • Be friendly, Smiley, sociable and welcoming to our students to create a great atmosphere

  • Ability to comprehend complex issues quickly

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