Nursing And AHP Quality And Practice Based Learning Administrator

£27,436 - £27,436

Job Description

This person will support the work of the Placements and Partnerships Officer in supporting the administration of quality processes and practice based learning within nursing and physiotherapy which includes providing administrative support to meet new and on-going regulatory standards for Professional, Regulatory and Statutory Bodies related to pre-registration healthcare provision.

The post holder will be expected to demonstrate their skills in using a range of University processes

and systems. Responsibilities of the role include support for meeting pre-registration regulatory standards, support for the administration of practise based learning and placements. They will ensure accurate and correct completion of department related administration in full compliance with the University requirements.

Key aims of the role:

1) Meeting quality standards.

2) Practice based learning ? administration and supporting partnership working with key stakeholders

3) Supporting pre-placement checks ? such as mandatory training, DBS and Occupational Health


This should be a London Met Graduate with
Relevant administrative experience working in an office based environment with others.
Experience and aware of the legal framework associated with of handling private, confidential, and sensitive records.
Experience of editing web content using a content management system
Educated to Degree level or above, (or able to demonstrate equivalent relevant learning)
A commitment to continuing professional development.
Working knowledge of databases and digital systems particularly those used in
Higher Education institutions (e.g. customer record systems and business intelligence systems)
Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint) and in depth
working knowledge of Excel
Proficient in the use of cloud based products (e.g. Box,Google Drive and associated
Proficient in the use of local databases (e.g. Access)
Willingness to work flexibly to meet the demands of the role.
Ability to proactively manage workload and prioritise tasks

Exam Invigilation Supervisor

Grade 6 - £18.34 p/h


We are hiring for a temporary Exam Invigilation Supervisor for the January 2023 period at London South Bank University. 

The dates of the exams are 09/01/2023 - 20/01/2023 and this placement will run from 19th Dec 2022 to 20th Jan 2023.


Main purpose of the job

  • To manage the invigilation timetabling process and ensure the exam period runs smoothly


Main duties

  • To coordinate and oversee the timetabling of the invigilators, checking their availability and scheduling them for multiple exams, across the two-week period in Jan 2023

  • To ensure registers are printed and distributed to relevant university staff and all invigilators in a timely manner

  • To meet and greet exam invigilators during the exam period, and escort to exam rooms


Not applicable.


Person specification and skills


  • Ability to manage complex exam timetables  

  • Ability to work to deadlines and to cope with tight schedules in a calm and efficient manner

  • Excellent coordination and time-management skills

  • Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills including oral, written/literacy, numeracy, and presentation skills.

  • Good knowledge of word processing, databases and spreadsheets

The Assistant Principal (London)'s office is looking for someone to conduct an "audit" of existing collaborations and partnerships between King's staff and students and partners in London. London Engagement is a strategic priority within the 2029 Vision for King's. This project builds on the findings of the consultation process earlier this year and will help to support the implementation of the strategic framework for engagement with London, which can be found on the King?s strategy bank at Engagement with London.

The first phase of work (November) will be to design and develop an interview tool for capturing data and case studies on existing activity and to plan research within King's using this tool. This tool will then be used in interviews (ideally by telephone) with King?s staff and students to "map" activity and build a database.

In the second phase the post-holder will undertake desk based website and telephone research to identify projects and leads, interviews with King's staff and students/KCLSU and follow up leads to new contacts, building on an initial database of contacts and working with KCLSU and student clubs and societies.

The outputs from the project will include: written descriptors of engagement with London by King's staff and students; a database of existing activity (showing who the partners are, what the activity is (e.g. teaching or research), where it is, the duration of the engagement and the strategic intent behind the engagement).

The role reports to the Director, Operations & Planning, and, once appointed, to the Director, London Engagement

We are initially offering eight days' work in November with the potential for two - three days per week from December to February

High standard of written and spoken English

- Basic project management experience
- Interviewing skills
- Experience of developing and deploying research tools
- Experience of researching and writing project summaries for a wide audience
- Skills in spreadsheet and database design linked to primary research
- Knowledge of King's, its faculties and departments
- High standard of Accuracy and attention to detail

To process student and staff requests, providing advice and ensuring all enquiries are resolved efficiently  

Prepare and input data into the residential accommodation software, taking ownership and accountability for work completed, to ensure that it is dealt with efficiently.  

Maintain a level of accurate and up to date knowledge of issues, activities, and events necessary to underpin the delivery of an efficient and effective first point of information service.  

Work flexibly in response to ongoing changes to administrative systems and processes and contribute to the development and improvement of working practices, to deliver more efficient approaches to support the student experience.  

To take responsibility for work in their own area, whilst working flexibly to achieve team results by assisting others and working collaboratively to complete tasks and projects.  

Assist with staff system training regarding the allocations process and occupancy management 

Process damage charges to accounts based on information from the Residential Manager(s). 

Process cancellations and withdrawals indicating any cancellation penalties as warranted by the current cancellation calendar 

To handle allocations enquiries and escalate matters when required. 

To support the contact centre team at key times of the year with handling allocations enquiries 

Ensuring data on the relevant systems is maintained accurately and errors are rectified proactively/promptly 

To ensure that procedures are accurately and consistently implemented, and to maintain confidentiality with regard to personal information at all times and that any data breaches or loss are reported immediately following King’s procedure  


Degree desirable


Good time management skills, in order to handle a large volume of work with tight deadlines  Strong IT skills especially in the use of Microsoft Products  

Experience of working to tight deadlines 

Experience in the use of databases and/or room booking systems. 

Ability to work flexibly as part of a multi-disciplinary team and cover for other team members in their absence. 

Excellent and proven administration skills e.g. organised record keeping, retrieving, analysing, presenting data and producing reports.