The University of London Worldwide is seeking a suitably experienced and motivated individual to play a key role in coordinating requests from students with specific access and study requirements.
The Student Support Officer will play a key role in coordinating requests from students with specific access and study requirements. Working closely with the Inclusive Practice Manager, responsibilities will include: monitoring and collating special examination and study provision requests; assessing requests against procedural norms; liaising with colleagues across the University of London Worldwide, Lead Colleges and third party organisations; committee servicing, including minute taking.
In addition, the post holder will assist and help manage complex student enquiries and processes across a range of assessment services and will be involved in work related to our worldwide network of examination centres.
The duties of the role may require occasionally working out of normal University hours and some UK travel. The Student Services directorate is exceptionally busy and it may not be possible to take long periods of leave at certain parts of the year, but every effort will be made to accommodate reasonable requests. Further information on hours of work, the role and person specification can be found in the attached job description below.
The University of London Worldwide:
The University of London Worldwide is the world's oldest provider of degrees through distance and flexible learning. Since 1858, we have made our programmes accessible to students all over the world. Today, we have students in over 180 countries worldwide studying on 100-plus degrees, diplomas and certificates. Subjects range from Economics and Law to Information Security and Veterinary Science.
You can find out more about the Programmes and the inclusive practice policy here: https://london.ac.uk/applications/how-it-works/inclusive-practice-special-arrangements
In order to be considered for the role, please submit your application by midnight on Sunday 14th July 2018
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