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Current Vacancies:

Admissions Officer - Anglia Ruskin University, London

We are seeking to appoint a highly organised, and experienced administrator to join a busy Admissions Office, delivering a service to support the recruitment of the best-qualified students to the University.

The successful candidate will have significant knowledge and experience of working within higher education student admissions - they will be familiar with the UCAS system and the UCAS tariff in addition to a background in European and International Qualifications – preferably with experience of HESA and inputting data related to entry qualifications.

All applicants must be qualified to undergraduate level or above with desired experience of working in the higher education industry.

Applicants will be expected to work on campus at least 60% of the time with a view of increasing this to 100% by 2023. Admissions will be primarily based out of our East India Building; Import Building, 2 Clove Crescent, E14 2BE.

The deadline for applications is the 5th August with e-mails to be sent to joshua.beaumont@london.aru.ac.uk 

To apply, please send your CV with a cover letter outlining how you meet the essential and desirable criteria.

All candidates must have an existing right to work in the UK, full-time, indefinitely.

Location: London

Salary: £24,000

Hours: Full Time

Deadline: 5th August 2022.

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Careers Consultant - Anglia Ruskin University London

Are you an experienced careers, recruitment or employability professional, committed to supporting students to successfully progress into graduate level employment by providing high-quality careers advice, training and coaching?

Anglia Ruskin University, London (ARUL) is an ambitious, teaching-led provider of undergraduate and postgraduate education, primarily aimed at a widening participation student body.  Based in Farringdon and East India Dock, ARUL is a multi-building campus with over 10,000 students studying subjects related to Business, Finance, Healthcare, Hospitality and Law. 

Continued growth in demand for our student-centred courses has led to the opportunity to expand our Employability Team. The Employability Team offers students and recent alumni careers guidance and employability support during and after their undergraduate and postgraduate studies. We are currently implementing an ambitious strategy to support students to gain the skills they need for graduate career success and / or progression to postgraduate study.

We are expanding the support we offer to our students and as we develop our service, the scope of the role may change and grow, so you will also need to be adaptable and flexible. If you are an experienced Careers Consultant or graduate recruitment specialist who is keen to support students to progress to graduate employment and who sharesour belief in the transformative nature of education, then we would like to talk to you about opportunities at ARUL. You will have an honours degree and ideally relevant professional accreditation and a master’s degree. We will support you to continue your ongoing professional development. This is a full-time permanent post.

For queries or an opportunity to discuss the position further please contact:
Lorraine Western, Head of Careers at  Lorraine.Western@london.aru.ac.uk

To apply, please send your CV with a cover letter outlining how you meet the essential and desirable criteria to Academicresourcing@london.aru.ac.uk Closing date: Sunday 14th August 2022, 5pm

Location: London (Farringdon and East India Dock)

Salary: £30,000 - £40,000 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience

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IT Support Officer - Anglia Ruskin University, London

Role: IT Support Officer
Salary: £25,000 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated IT Support Officer to provide support for computer systems and networks at the Anglia Ruskin University, London. You will be responsible for providing first and some second line IT support on site for all troubleshooting requirements. This will range from classroom support for academics to assisting staff and students with their IT requirements.

This role requires knowledge, experience and technical competence across a broad range of computing areas including user support, hardware (PCs, printers, audio visual kit, IP telephones, etc.), operating systems, networking (ethernet and WiFi) and communications protocols. Some knowledge of MS Windows active directory will be a plus. A strong interest in Information Technology is vital and experience with a variety of operating systems is desirable.

You will have a good standard of education to include BTEC or equivalent relevant experience. Experience in a first-line IT support or helpdesk role, including audio visual support and a detailed knowledge of latest and legacy Windows operating systems with the ability to diagnose software problems such as network and operating system configuration problems is essential.  You will have excellent communication skills to network with a wide range of personnel and the ability to organise and prioritise your workload to ensure a high level of quality and customer service. It is essential that you are able to keep abreast of latest technologies in IT and have an interest in future developments in the field.

Please e-mail your CV and Cover Letter to jobs@london.aru.ac.uk by 20th August 2022.   


Quality Officer - Anglia Ruskin University London

Role: Quality Officer

Salary: £28,000

 

We are seeking to appoint a highly organised, and experienced administrator to join our busy Quality Assurance Office, delivering these functions to high standards.  This includes ensuring the smooth operation of the assessment and exam processes, liaising with External Examiners, and preparing the Academic Calendar. 

 

The successful candidate will have knowledge and experience of working within higher education - they will be familiar with quality assurance processes and the student lifecycle such as annual monitoring, assessment briefs, and committee servicing.  They will also need fantastic attention to detail, organised and be able to work promptly.

 

All applicants must be qualified to undergraduate level or above and experience of working in the higher education industry.

 

The deadline for applications is 18th August with e-mails containing CV and covering letter should be sent to steve.ward@london.aru.ac.uk.

 

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