Head of Data and Applications
College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences (MVLS)
Salary: Grade 9, (£57,696-£64,914)
The University of Glasgow has been changing the world for more than 570 years, and today we are delighted to rank in the top 100 of universities worldwide in both the Times Higher Education and QS World University Rankings.
Our people have always been at the forefront of our innovation, including eight Nobel Laureates, two UK Prime Ministers, three First Ministers of Scotland, 10 Fellows of the Royal Society and 11 Fellows of the British Academy, and our past achievements inspire our current world changers. The University employs over 10,000 staff and is in the midst of an ambitious capital programme.
We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Head of Data and Applications to join the Robertson Centre for Biostatistics (RCB) within the School of Health and Wellbeing.
In this role, you will lead on data management and software applications strategy implementation and governance within RCB, which is part of the Glasgow Clinical Trials Unit (GCTU) . The centre’s staff consists of biostatisticians, database managers, software developers, IT technicians, project managers and administrative staff, who are dedicated to the design, conduct, analysis and interpretation of clinical trials and other well-conducted studies. Your role will be to ensure the efficient, sustainable and innovative operation of data and applications services across RCB. This includes responsibility for ensuring regulatory compliance and maintenance of relevant accreditation standards across RCB’s data and applications activities, and for the efficient planning, delivery and improvement of data governance and application systems provision.
Reporting to the Director of Operations for RCB, you will be a key member of both the RCB Executive Team and the RCB Operational Management Group. In your capacity as a senior leader within RCB, you will establish and manage effective collaborative relationships with fellow RCB operational leads, as well as more widely across the University and with GCTU colleagues.
With extensive experience in software programming, applications development and managing software application systems in a highly regulated environment, including system deployment within a secure web-based context, you will also have expert knowledge of software application development in a clinical trials context, including the requirements of computer systems validation (including 21 CRF Part 11 Compliance).
You will represent RCB on relevant committees at both local and national level, therefore excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage with a diverse range of colleagues and clients in a positive, collaborative and constructive manner, is essential.
You will have line management responsibility for relevant members of the software development and data management teams, and you will use your experience of leadership and management in a research organisation to support them in establishing effective line management arrangements for their own teams where appropriate.
This post is full time (35 hours per week, Monday- Friday) and open-ended (permanent). It is a hybrid position, with a minimum of 50% of your week worked in the RCB offices (centrally located on the University campus in Glasgow). Relocation assistance will be provided where appropriate.
Informal enquiries should be directed via email to Liz Anderson [email protected]
Closing Date: Tuesday 28th November 2023
As part of Team UofG, you will be a member of a world-changing, inclusive community, which values ambition, excellence, integrity and curiosity.
As a valued member of our team, you can expect:
1 A welcoming and engaging organisational culture, where your talents are developed and nurtured, and success is celebrated and shared.
2 An excellent employment package with generous terms and conditions including 41 days of leave for full time staff, pension, benefits and discount packages.
3 A flexible approach to working.
4 A commitment to support your health and wellbeing.
We believe that we can only reach our full potential through the talents of all. Equality, diversity and inclusion are at the heart of our values. Applications are particularly welcome from across our communities and in particular people from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community, and other protected characteristics who are under-represented within the University. Read more on how the University promotes and embeds all aspects of equality and diversity within our community here.
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Are you an exceptional Data Administrator? Join us at CTK, a professional centre for excellence, where students aspire to be the best and to reach the top in their chosen ambitions.
Christ the King Sixth Forms is a family of three highly successful Catholic sixth forms located in south east London and Kent. Offering exceptional, expert teaching in a welcoming, friendly atmosphere, each CTK sixth form creates an environment where high achievement is promoted and attained.
We are seeking to appoint a skilled Data Administrator who will work closely with our Admissions and Services Department to process and maintain data. The role will involve supporting the student Admissions team and liaising with learners to guide them through the application process. Excellent written and verbal communication skills will therefore be required. You will update and manage applicant records throughout the admissions process and will need to be well organised and able to demonstrate excellent attention to detail. The successful candidate will have outstanding IT skills, and will have the ability to work efficiently and to produce work that is of high quality in terms of accuracy.
The working week is 28.8 hours per week, all year round.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a talented staff team in a purpose built Sixth Form. You will be supported to develop your career in an environment of positive encouragement and mutual respect.
Join us to be inspired, be extraordinary, and be the best you can be.
For details of how to apply and a job description please visit the vacancies page of our website, https://www.ctk.ac.uk/vacancies/
Christ the King Sixth Forms is committed to equality, diversity and inclusivity. We encourage applicants from all sectors of the community and are especially keen to encourage candidates from under-represented groups to apply.
If you have any queries, please contact us at [email protected] or 02082979433.
Early applications welcome
Candidates will be shortlisted as applications arrive
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Founded in 1837, the Royal College of Art is the world’s largest community of postgraduate art and design students. It is also the oldest art and design university in continuous operation and has been ranked as the world's number one art and design university for a remarkable nine consecutive years, according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023 – the worldwide survey of academic and industry opinion.
Applications are invited for a Student Conduct and Complaints Manager in Student Experience. This is a full time and permanent role, but we welcome applications from part time candidates who can work a minimum 3 days (21 hours) per week – please upload a covering letter indicating your preference. This role will be based across all 3 sites of the RCA with a hybrid approach to working.
The Royal College of Art (RCA) is committed to enhancing the complete student experience. We are on a journey to build a sense of belonging, pride, and community within our RCA student body by putting students at the heart of everything we do. The RCA’s student experience is underpinned by academic excellence and professional efficient support service within a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive community.
Purpose of the role:
The Student Complaints and Conduct Manager will lead on managing a coordinated approach to student complaints, academic appeals and student misconduct cases across all stages including investigations. You will oversee the monitoring and tracking of cases to ensure that the various stages and timescales prescribed in procedures or required by external organisations, such as the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education (OIAHE), are met. The Student Complaints and Conduct Manager will support the Head of Student Experience and Academic Registrar to deliver an excellent student experience to students, improving processes, policies and learnings related to student complaints and conduct.
This is an exciting opportunity to work in a team that deals with a range of issues from academic to non-academic matters, utilising your skills and expertise in managing complex cases and to further grow your skills in dealing with complex university processes.
In order to be considered for this post, you will have worked within a similar post, ideally within a higher education setting or a regulatory environment. You will have experience of successfully managing casework, including customer service and complaints. Ability to manage the workload of yourself and your team in a fast-changing environment, meeting challenging deadlines while ensuring service standards.
If you have a commitment to, and understanding of, equal opportunities issues relating to student and staff matters within a diverse and multicultural environment, we would like to hear from you.
Please see Information Pack for more details.
Applications close at 11.59pm on 12 January 2024
Interviews are likely to be held 24-26 January 2024 (TBC)