UCL Institute of Ophthalmology


Two Senior Teaching and Learning Administrators at the IoO

13 October 2020

We are seeking two Senior Teaching and Learning Administrators (one on a permanent basis and one for a 12 month contract).The Senior Teaching and Learning Administrator is part of the Education Team at the Institute of Ophthalmology.

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Job Details

The Senior Teaching and Learning Administrator is part of the Education Team at the Institute of Ophthalmology, who is responsible for day to day administration of all taught degrees programmes. The post offers an exciting opportunity for someone to play a key role in the postgraduate education administration of a highly successful and dynamic research and teaching Institute,The post holder will support the Education Manager to deliver an effective and efficient professional service for all aspects of taught degrees programme administration within the Institute.

Duration: one post on a permanent basis and the other for 12 months in the first instance with the possibility to extend.

Key Requirements

The postholder must have a good general education to at least GCSE/A levels or equivalent or having acquired substantial relevant experience. It is essential to have experience of Postgraduate Taught Course/Programme administration and experience of working in a higher education setting. The postholder must have experience of working independently and managing priorities whilst being an active member of a team, supporting colleagues and contributing to the effective operation of the team. Maintaining a virtual learning environment such as moodle, and servicing committees and minute taking are essential. In addition the postholder will have excellent IT, record keeping skills and verbal and written communication skills.

Further Details

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact: hr.ioo@ucl.ac.uk

Closing Date

26 October 2020

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