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Student Records Systems Coordinator

Student Record Systems

Location:  Wrexham
Salary:  £25,217 to £29,176 per annum
Closing Date:  Sunday 14 June 2020
Reference:  1920126

Full Time - 1.0FTE

Permanent 

The new Directorate for Strategic Planning and Student Administration is at the forefront of supporting and enhancing the student journey through the University and in working with Faculties to support growth, innovation and development. It is looking to work in new ways and is predicated upon the following principles:

  • Simplification of processes
  • Process automation wherever possible
  • Increase self-service for students and staff
  • Expectation of continuous adaptation and change.

The Directorate has a vacancy for a Student Record Systems Coordinator. This is a full-time role that will have responsibility for the operational maintenance of the SITS system. 

Reporting to the Student Records Systems Senior Developer, this post will ensure that system processes supports the student journey from enrollment to graduation ensuring data is processed, stored and able to be reported on. The Post-holder will also be expected to contribute to longer term developments in the use of SITS within the University, including the use of e-Vision to enhance access to and reporting from SITS.

The role will play a key part in this exciting and challenging development within the University. As such, key amongst the attributes are: experience of systems integration, a good understanding of the data structures in SITS, the ability to manage own workload and the ability to adopt a flexible and positive approach

The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post.


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Wrexham Glyndwr University is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates and will ensure applicants will not be discriminated against due to their protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. The University will make all efforts to meet your access requirements, please contact our Human Resources Team as soon as possible to discuss any adjustments you may need.  

We welcome applications in Welsh and English. Any applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than applications submitted in English.


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