Starting Salary: £41,004 to £43,252 pro rata
Salary with progression: £41,004 to £48168 pro rata
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Hours: 35 Hours
SOAS University of London is the leading Higher Education institution in Europe specialising in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East. SOAS University of London is positioned to play a leading role in reimagining higher education globally, with a new strategic plan in place as the basis for the renewal and revitalisation of the School which commits SOAS to both student responsiveness and research intensity. SOAS is moving towards a new model of international partnerships which is responsive to the transnational character of our global challenges.
About the Department:
Academic Services is located within the Directorate of Student and Academic Services and provides high level, professional administrative services to staff and students across SOAS. Other teams within the Directorate include: Access, Participation and Student Success, Careers, Registry, Student Experience, Engagement and Retention, Student Advice and Wellbeing.
About the Role
Following a recent re-structure in line with the School’s move to a three College structure, Academic Services is now looking to appoint a Deputy College Manager
This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the delivery and development of services to students and staff within the College and across the School. Reporting directly to the College Manager, the Deputy College Manager will deliver administrative services and programme support within the College.
Together with the College Manager, the post holder will be responsible for providing an efficient, effective and professional administrative support service to students and staff across Academic Services, the College and departments. The post holder will also manage a team of student and academic support officers.
How to Apply:
Please complete the online application form and upload your CV and a supporting statement
Closing date: 25th July 2023
Interviews to be held: TBC