The University of London
The University of London is one of the largest and most diverse higher education institutions in the world. With a mission to transform lives through knowledge, it delivers high quality academic programmes, brings benefits to society through its research in the humanities and social sciences, and leverages intellectual connections through public engagement.
The University of London is a leading provider of online, distance learning. In 1858, we made our degrees available to study anywhere in the world. Today, we have more than 45,000 students in over 190 countries, studying on 100+ degrees, diplomas and certificates.
The University of London Worldwide is responsible for the design and development of our distance learning programmes and is seeking to appoint an Academic Projects Coordinator to join a busy Academic Project Management team responsible for managing the development of new academic programmes and products.
The Academic Projects Coordinator will work closely with our Senior Academic Project Managers, and the Associate Director Academic Projects and Programme Support, to support the successful delivery of project outcomes. The work will involve liaising with key internal teams and with senior academic and administrative personnel in the Member Institutions and other collaborative organisations.
We are seeking an individual with excellent communication skills and in-depth experience of at least one major part of the student/programme lifecycle as well as experience of working across multiple projects. Due to the nature of project work the role requires a proactive and forward-thinking individual who can create and own processes for documenting and supporting the work of the Academic Project Management team.
For a full role profile, please refer to the job description below.
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your application and CV (by clicking ‘apply for job’ at the bottom of this page) before the closing date at midnight on 21st August 2022.
The University will be unable to sponsor candidates for a visa for this role. Successful applicants must be able to demonstrate their right to work in the UK for the duration of their employment.
The University currently operates a Hybrid Working framework involving a mix of working remotely and in the office. Typically, the majority of employees will be able to agree to work remotely for up to 60% of their working week, role dependent, however, will be required to attend on specific days for training or team meetings.
The University of London is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive working environment where we can all be ourselves and succeed. We particularly encourage applications from members of Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic communities as this group is currently under-represented at all levels within the University. All appointments will be made on merit, based on the criteria identified in the job description.
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