Faculty Quality Placement Administrator
Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing provides an integrated and high-quality professional service to applicants, students and staff across the University. The Faculty is a dynamic learning community committed to enhancing the quality of education, health and wellbeing for people locally, nationally and internationally. We offer courses in Education Studies, Community Health, Health Studies, Midwifery, Nursing, Paramedic Science, Psychology Public Health, Social Care, Social Work, Sport & Physical Activity, and Teaching.
Educated to A Level standard or equivalent, you will have demonstrable administration experience and be proficient in use of office technology including word processing, databases, spreadsheets, email and the internet. You must be able to demonstrate an excellent standard of literacy and numeracy.
You will be expected to display a high level of experience dealing with confidential information with discretion and demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in planning, organising and taking minutes of meetings together with experience of communicating effectively with staff, students and external customers is essential. You will be required to Co-ordinate the Faculty’s quality assurance and enhancement processes in relation to placement activity, ensuring they meet appropriate internal/external regulations. Facilitate and co-ordinate for appeals, complaints and student mis-conduct for the Faculty and act as an advisory capacity for academic staff and students relating to suitability requirements on placements.
You will be required to provide comprehensive administrative support to the Faculty’s Deans Advisory group and have excellent customer service skills to both internal and external clients
For an informal discussion or further information with regards to this post please contact FEHWHR@wlv.ac.uk or email J.Richmond@wlv.ac.uk.
The University of Wolverhampton values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.