- SALARY & BENEFITS £45,400 – £54,880 plus benefits
The Admissions and Outreach Manager is responsible for the Department’s taught undergraduate and postgraduate admissions, and for delivering and managing the department’s outreach work; this includes implementation, review and contributing to setting the direction and development. The role involves interaction with key internal and external stakeholders, and will be working at a senior level requiring a high level of ability, organisation, confidence, self-motivation and initiative.
Duties and responsibilities
The postholder will be responsible for the Department’s taught undergraduate and postgraduate admissions, as well as for delivering and managing the department’s outreach work to inspire generations of future bioengineers. The role works at a senior level within the department, interacting internally across the breadth of teaching activities and externally with HE advisors, teachers and students.
Education and Qualifications:
A minimum of undergraduate or equivalent qualification, in either bioengineering or a related field of engineering or the sciences.
We welcome applications from a variety of backgrounds; the post might particularly suit those with school science/engineering/maths teaching experience, (bio)engineering postdoctoral research experience, and also outreach and admissions backgrounds.
For informal enquiries about the post please contact Louise O’Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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