|Reference: ||HY0061 |
|Campus: ||York |
|Faculty/Area: ||Hull York Medical School |
|Department: ||Hull York Medical School |
|Salary: ||£20,198 to £23,386 per annum |
|Post Type: ||Full Time |
|ClosingDate: ||Tuesday 24 March 2015 |
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Programme Administrator to the Hull York Medical School (www.hyms.ac.uk). HYMS is a vibrant medical school with a growing reputation in teaching and research. HYMS was ranked in the top 10 nationally for student satisfaction in the most recent National Student Survey. In the Research Excellence Framework, more than 85% of our research was judged to be world-leading, or internationally excellent.
As the successful candidate, you will play a key role in providing wide-ranging administrative support for the undergraduate MB BS programme and an interesting portfolio of postgraduate taught (PGT) programmes and CPD courses. Working with staff from academic, administrative and clinical backgrounds, you will be responsible for all aspects of academic administration of the School’s PGT programmes and provide project-specific support for the MB BS programme. HYMS is actively developing its portfolio of PGT programmes and CPD courses, and you will therefore be able to work flexibly and creatively, both independently and as part of a team, in a highly demanding environment.
You will have exceptional organisational and communication skills and the ability to work proactively, independently and with initiative to instigate and implement positive change to improve programme delivery. You will need to model best practice in the higher education sector to develop and maintain student-centred, clear and robust standard operating processes for programme administration. Teamwork is crucial in this role and you will need to be able to work across teams with clear prioritisation and apply project management skills.
HYMS is a partnership between the Universities of Hull and York and our NHS partners. This post is predominantly based at the University of York but will involve occasional travel to Hull and other NHS sites.