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Short Course Administrator (Portfolio/Study Abroad)
This role will contribute to the student experience, growth and programme coordination in Central Saint Martin’s short courses, specifically the Fashion, Graphic Design and Textile Folio courses and the Study Abroad integrated semester and summer programmes.
You will be working in the UAL Short Courses Coordination Team at Central Saint Martins, ensuring effective and efficient administrative support for the delivery of short courses. You will work flexibly as a member of the team, providing a service of the highest standard to clients, colleagues and suppliers, both internally and externally.
Why choose us?
The University of the Arts London is recognised around the world as a leading institution for teaching and research in arts, design, fashion, communication and the performing arts.
This post is part of the cross-UAL Department of Academic Enterprise (AE) which leads the UAL’s third stream income operations and is integral to the University’s long term development. Its mission is to increase the amount of income generated by the University from non-core teaching and research activities. AE includes UAL Short Courses Ltd, the Language Centre, the UAL Awarding Body, and the UAL college-based business and innovation operations. AE not only facilitates and integrates a wide range of business and client-facing work across the University, but also develops new products and services for new and existing markets.
UAL Short Courses Ltd provides short courses, tailor-made training and Study Abroad programmes. This role is in the short courses team at Central Saint Martins. The team is the largest of the short course units, with a turnover of £7.4m and significant surplus delivered to the College and University to support the delivery of education and research.
You should have strong organisational and administrative experience, working in a fast-paced environment, ideally in Further or Higher Education. You will have experience working directly with students, ideally in a course administration and/or customer service capacity, as well as working across multiple teams, coordinating activities, and liaising with staff across the organisation.
You will also be confident about your IT skills, have some experience working with AV, and have strong administrative skills with a keen eye for detail.
In return, the University of the Arts London offers generous leave, an attractive pension, and a commitment to your continuing personal development and training in an environment that encourages excellence, creativity and diversity.