Academic Registry Administrator


Academic Registry directs and leads in all matters relating to the management of the University’s academic standards, academic regulations and the safeguarding of the University’s degree-awarding powers. Working collaboratively with colleagues in the Academic Quality Office and across the wider University community, as well as with our partner institutions ensuring staff and students are well advised on the implementation of regulations, quality assurance systems and procedures within the University.

The Academic Registry Administrator will report directly to the Assistant Registrar working closely with other team members, to help deliver a valuable student experience by providing effective and professional support within the team.

The successful candidate will assist in the monitoring of School and College governance processes and procedures. They will have particular responsibility for supporting the mitigation and academic offences processes, updating the database of course and module documents, minute taking and report writing and query resolution. Servicing Committees and managing a varied workload is pivotal to this role.

The post holder will be required to work across teams within the department which may involve travel to other sites.

The successful candidate will be educated to degree level (or equivalent), have sound organisational and administrative skills, be IT literate and have excellent attention to detail.  He/she should produce written work of a high standard and be able to work efficiently and professionally with both students and staff.  The post holder will be expected to use their initiative and be proactive when carrying out their role. Experience of working within a higher education institution would be desirable but not essential.

This role would suit candidates looking for a varied role, with the opportunity to develop a career within the Higher Education sector.

The University of West London is a leading modern university specialising in the education and development of exceptional creative, business and service professionals.  We set ourselves apart by being a career focussed, professionally engaged, university of quality.  We have grown in both size and reputation and have been ranked the best modern University in London (The Times/The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018).  With the Elizabeth line opening we will be even more accessible, with Ealing 42 minutes away from Reading and 24 minutes from Liverpool Street.



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