Head of Timetabling and Attendance monitoring

Salary
£56000 - £59000 per annum + 17.5% Pension Scheme
Location
London
Type
Permanent
Workplace
Remote
Published
Jun 4, 2024
Ref
BBBH148554_1717511730
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Head of Timetabling & Attendance Monitoring | up to £59k | Remote | Scientiac | Celcat | Semestry

An exciting opportunity has arised for people who has strong operational timetabling leadership experience to transition to strategic position as a head of department.

The university is currently going through enhancements work in their timetabling department and are after Head of services to be the main point of contact with all things to do with timetabling and to also improve systems associated to their full capability. This would be a great opportunity for the post holder to come in and lead a motivated team of timetablers consisting of manager, systems lead, coordinators, officers and administrators in order to ensure accurate planning and delivery of academic timetable.

Role: Head of Timetabling

Employment Type: Permanent 37 hours

Location: Remote or Hybrid

Salary: £56,000 - £59,000

Benefits: - LGPS 17.5% contribution by employer and 5.5% by employee + 25 days annual leave + University's closure days + public holidays

Essential skills:

  • Strong understanding of the timetabling services and how that impact student experience
  • Sound understanding of project management principals
  • Experience line managing a small to medium team
  • Takes a self-starter approach and proactive
  • Strong stakeholder management skills (influencing at all levels)

Desirable skills:

  • Experience working with Tribal SITS student information management system
  • Operational knowledge on Scientia timetabling system
  • Experience implementing timetabling software in HE environment

The Role

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Registry; you will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership timetabling team, looking after the TechOne product Scientia and all other non-teaching requests as well as the attendance monitoring system. The role will involve working closely with Deans and other faculties leaders as well as the Direct of services to make sure timetabling being provided is to high quality possible. You will have strong stakeholders' management skill sets, because this is a role that will give you autonomy to make an impact how timetabling is viewed across the organisation but also will allow you to contribute to your own professional development.

Target Start Date - Can wait up to 3 months notice period

Interviews will be taking place on W/C 1st of July. If you are interested apply today or get in touch with Yaf Okubet on 07802244258 for an informal chat.

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