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Senior Quality Officer - 2BDAF5

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Liverpool Hope University is a vibrant community of scholars, students and support staff. We are proud of our past, confident in our present and have ambitions for our future. Liverpool Hope has developed a distinctive ethos that brings together scholarship, research and teaching.

We are looking to appoint an exceptional candidate to provide fully informed and up-to-date expert advice and guidance to the whole University community on all issues relating to quality assurance. Working in association with the University Registrar the successful candidate will ensure that the University is fully compliant with both the external and its own QA requirements, policies and practices and to oversee the operational aspects of the course approval system, ensuring that it is used appropriately and in a timely manner for the commencement of new courses. The successful post holder will work with key staff to ensure that the whole University community is fully conversant with the University’s quality processes and to advise on assist them in the discharge of their own quality-related processes. The post holder will be part of the team that will prepare the University for external and internal audits, including those undertaken by the OFS and relevant regulatory bodies.

The ideal candidate will have a thorough understanding of the UK academic infrastructure, including OFS and Ofsted requirements. You will also have experience in coordinating and responding to external reviews and of the processes and events relating to External examiners. Experience of creating and delivering relevant training and the ability to form effective working partnerships internally and externally is essential.

The successful candidate will have excellent communication and organisational skills and the ability to prioritise and manage workloads. The ability to strategically scan and understand developments and trends in the HE sector is essential. Applicants should have the ability to analyse complex information and come to considered judgement, as well as transferring this information effectively to reports, policy documents and committee papers.

The post is permanent, subject to the normal probationary period of twelve months.

Role Specification


Ref: 2BDAF5

Salary: £45,585 - £54,395 (Grade 8) per annum

Closing Date:  10 April 2024 by 12.00pm

Contract: Full Time, Permanent

Recruitment Pack - 2BDAF5

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