Location: Work from home
The role supports the work of the academic quality and proctor’s function which is responsible for the strategic and operational management of concerns relating to Student Conduct (e.g., student
discipline, fitness to practice) and academic advice and support in relation to student progression issues (e.g., fitness to study, oversight of key academic adjustments). The role holder will
support the operation and administration of university policies and procedures in relation to this work, especially with regard to liaising with staff, students, and external partners in the timely
review and administration of cases for the attention of the University Proctor function and supporting the Senior Academic Quality Officers in their management of case load.
Responsibilities as Academic Quality Officer include:
- Support the central review, administration, preparation, and management of internal regulatory activity relating to student conduct, fitness to practise, and fitness to study.
- Support the central review, administration, preparation, and management of internal regulatory activity relating to interruption of studies, extension requests, change of programmes, and broader student academic progression issues.
- Maintain a central database of activity relating to the University Proctor function, collating and reporting data on this activity to support reporting on activity relating to student conduct and student progression matters across the University.
- Support the preparation and management of governance and committees relating to the business of the University Proctor function.
- Support the central administration and co-ordination of the work of the Pro-Proctor team across the University.
- Support the preparation and management of training relating to the University Proctor function.
- Participate in operational planning meetings in liaison with the University Proctor and Senior Academic Quality Officers to support the work carried out by the UniversityProctor function.
- Identify improvements to contribute to the continuous operational improvement of the University Proctor function.