Lead MIS Officer (ILR & Audit)
Permanent – Full Time
37 Hours per week, 52 Weeks per Year.
£35,249 per annum
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for the post of Lead MIS Officer (ILR & Audit) within the Managing Information Systems Team.
During this role you will lead on producing data returns and ensure the integrity of college data (Audit). While supporting the appropriate officers to develop all data entry procedures for the college student records and information system to support the efficient working of the college, and obtain and share information and guidance on funding and data requirements
To ensure the integrity of college data and liaison with Internal and External Auditors and keep up to date with funding and data requirements and recommend appropriate action to the Associate Director MIS & Registry. During the role you must apply knowledge gained to the data entered onto the College’s student records system to maximise funding and success.
The ideal candidate must have High Standard of Education or substantial experience in a similar role. Previous experience of data management and reporting with practical, working knowledge of Further Education sector and ESFA funding requirements.
Additionally, they must also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to establish positive working relationships with a wide range of people from within the department and outside the college. With outstanding analytical skills, attention to detail and a practical approach to problem solving, ability to cope with periods of pressure, work flexibly and proactively, and familiar with PDSATs and data validation.
The closing date for the above post is 10th January 2018.
The college has a policy of contacting successful candidates for shortlisting only.
Seevic College is an equal opportunities employer and values diversity. All appointments are based solely on the merit and abilities of each applicant regardless of age, gender, marital status, religion, sexual orientation, ethnic origin or disability. The welfare of our students and staff is paramount. We are committed to safeguarding (including the prevention of radicalisation). The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate a commitment and knowledge in these areas and will be required to undertake appropriate checks as part of the recruitment process including DBS and referencing, as well as providing proof of your right to work in the UK.