Registry Information Team Officer

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UK College of Business and Computing has two fantastic new opportunities for Registry Information Team Officers to join the team based across four of our Liverpool Street Campus, London but supporting all campuses. You will join us on a part time, permanent basis, working 21 hours a week over 3 days, or a full time, permanent basis at 40 hours a week and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £26,000 – £30,000 per annum pro rata.

UKCBC is a leading London based vocational educational provider with over 18 years of delivering high quality qualifications across the areas of Business, Computing, Accounting and Health & Social Care. UKCBC offer career focused programmes which integrate education and professional skills enabling our students to develop and achieve the best of their personal and career potential.

About the role of our Registry Information Team Officer:

The purpose of the Registry Information Team Officer and its staff is to provide a professional service to the whole organisation in setting up and maintaining its curriculum offer on the student records management system.

The job may suit someone with experience of working in this area at a College or University who is seeking more flexible working arrangements and a fresh challenge from a different type of organisation.

Key duties and responsibilities of our Registry Information Team Officer:

Ensuring that information on the curriculum is recorded accurately and in a way that best supports the business of recruiting and teaching students on the SRMS. This information covers:

– Programmes, Programme Specifications, Units (Modules), Unit Specifications, Assessments, Assessment and Marking Criteria, Rooms, Facilities, Calendars

– Rules which determine unit assignment to students or for option selection and which determine the automatic calculation of assessment, unit, year and final results

– Additional structures which support UKCBC in marketing its curriculum to prospects and applications

Ensuring that this information is recorded and available at the time it is needed, for planning, prospects, applicants, students, administrators and academic staff

???????Maintaining and publishing the ‘UKCBC Record’ of the Academic Calendar(s) on the system

Understanding the meaning of, and ensuring the recording of curriculum information such as learning outcomes and assessment criteria

Supporting end users understand the data as set-up and how to use it to support their work of administering, teaching and managing the progress of students

Managing the production of the timetables by ensuring timetable information is delivered in a timely way by academic managers in a format that can be used for entry by the team in Kerala

Managing the timetabling system elements that will allow UKCBC to improve the way timetabling is carried out, such as room information and holiday and break information

What we are looking for in our Registry Information Team Officer:


Qualifications that support a high level of literacy, numeracy

Experience of being responsible for entering, maintaining and understanding complex structured information on a computer system

A high level of literacy – must be able to document systems and decisions and explain them to stakeholders

Ability to work accurately for long periods and take responsibility for delivering accurately set-up information through each academic cycle

Experience of working to support staff and other stakeholders in the use of technology, including creation of user documentation and/or training materials

Excellent communication skills both oral and written

Ability to effectively communicate at all levels

Strong organisational skills, attention to detail and ability to work with a high level of accuracy

Ability to take initiative, manage multiple tasks, set and reorder priorities and complete

Ability to work proactively and independently

Ability to deal with deadlines including dealing with difficult and stressful situations and responding calmly when faced with staff dealing with such situations

Ability to deal confidently and sensitively with colleagues in other parts of the organisation, especially when establishing boundaries around how tasks may be accomplished, and functionality offered. To be patient, persistent and politely insistent

IT literate, with a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office

If you feel that you have the skills and experience required and you would like to join us as our Registry Information Team Officer, please click ‘apply’ today – we’d love to hear from you

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