Are you a skilled Administrator that is highly organised, and has excellent attention to detail? Would you like the opportunity to work in a completely unique education centre, working with students from all over the globe? Do you enjoy a challenging role that offers lots of variety and development opportunities?
If so then please keep reading!
We are Study Group! A global company that specialises in International Education, working with some top tier partners, and over 70,000 talented students each year. A fantastic opportunity has opened at our Strathclyde University International Study Centre for an experienced Academic administrator to join the Professional Services Team, playing a key role in the operational success of the centre.
What makes this centre a great place to work?
Our Strathclyde centre is based in the heart of Glasgow in a beautiful University Campus. The centre offers three programmes: International Foundation, Year One, and Pre-Masters, and has excellent student outcomes and feedback. The team are all friendly and professional, promoting a collaborative way of thinking, regularly sharing best practice. The students are from all over the globe and there’s a fantastic community within the centre and the surrounding University.
What does this role involve?
To work as part of the Professional services team and Study group staff to ensure effective and timely scheduling of lessons, including classing of students, allocation of tutors and rooms, and to ensure assessments and examinations are prepared, scheduled and run according to Centre and University rules and regulations. To process and analyse data and provide a variety of management information reports, including collating student results and preparing exam board documentation packs. To assist in some of the day to day administrative tasks, such as typing documents, taking minutes, scheduling meetings.
What experience and skills are we looking for?
- Experience working in an admin focused role, ideally in Education however this in not essential.
- Experience of working with a student management system (Progresso, for example).
- Highly organised
- Advanced Microsoft Office skills, in particular Word and Excel
- Previous experience working with students.
- Previous experience in an educational environment
- Good exposure of working with data and reporting systems.
What does a career at Study Group mean?
Originality - We are a unique organisation within the education sector
Innovation - We love innovation and encourage our people to have autonomy and be innovative.
Collaboration - With our global network we promote collaboration with every area of the business.
Flexibility- We offer a flexible working environment
Opportunity- We encourage personal and professional development and encourage this within every centre.
Interested to learn more?
If you would like to find out more then please to hesitate to get in contact using the Apply button. Our initial application process is quick and simple to use. If your initial application is successful, we would aim to arrange a brief screening call to give us the opportunity to find out more about you, and for you to gain more of understanding of the role. The final stage will be a face to face meeting at the centre.
Study Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students, and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment.
Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers, an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and overseas criminal records if appropriate.
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