The Higher Education Progression Support Officer is required to assist in the work of ONCAMPUS London’s Higher Education Progression team, working closely with the HE Progression & Partnerships Coordinator in a range of tasks relating to student progression and graduation on to undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses with University of London and other UK Universities.
- To assist the Higher Education Progression & Partnerships Coordinator, Progression & Partnership Director and Centre in a range of administrative aspects relating to student progression and graduation
onto undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses with University of London (UoL) Partners, other UoL colleges, and UK universities; including registration, application, progression and placement processes.
- To take joint responsibility for maintaining progression statistics and HE data for quality assurance procedures (QAA, UKBA) and provide accurate data to partner colleges and CEG Marketing, Admissions, Finance teams.
- To assist the Centre with the preparation of references and personal statements
Collaboration with Partner Universities
- To provide effective admin support for the Centre, with a particular focus on HE support. This to include support to events such as conversion activities and visits
- To support the maintenance of tracking systems in place, as guided by the HE Progression & Partnerships Coordinator, Progression & Partnership Director, and/or Centre Head.
- To welcome visitors and students and cover reception duties as per the local arrangement
- To liaise with staff, and students, and other stakeholders as required
- To report to Academic and Personal Tutors any issues which require action to effectively support students and work closely with all staff of ONCAMPUS London to ensure that all students have maximum academic and pastoral support
- Educated to at least degree level or equivalent
- Experience of working in an educational environment, preferably within an international student context (desirable)
- Experience of working in an administrative role
- Experience of providing advice and guidance in a professional setting
- Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
- Confident user of MS Office applications, particularly Outlook, Excel, Word and in ability to pick up internal IT systems with training
- Good critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Strong organisational skills
- Maintains the confidence and mutual respect of colleagues at all levels
- Contributes to an open and supportive team environment
- Is proactive with the ability to react positively to unexpected circumstances
- Takes responsibility for work issues and problems of an operational, strategic, welfare or pastoral nature within their remit
FoundationCampus is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Successful applicants will be subject to DBS clearance
We strive to be an equal opportunities employer and actively welcome applicants from all sections of the community