Curriculum Data Officer

Imperial College London

Job description
Job summary

Are you an individual with a strong track record of inter-departmental communication and a high level of Excel experience? Do you have an interest in developing your data management and analysis skills If so, this could be the perfect career opportunity for you.

We are seeking a Curriculum Data Officer to work closely with relevant stakeholders across the College to ensure programme and module data is correctly reflected in the student records system: Banner® by Ellucian.

This role is part of the delivery of an ongoing vision to provide the College with the single source of truth for the student academic lifecycle, transform business processes and provide improvements to the student and staff experience at Imperial. You should apply if you are an enthusiastic and pro-active individual.

Duties and responsibilities

You will be responsible for the maintenance of institution, programme, module and assessment data in the student information management system, as approved by the Programmes Committee and the Quality Assurance and Enhancement Committee. This data will include fields to support internal and external reporting requirements as part of CMA, OfS and HESA compliance.

  • Assist with the maintenance of a single source of truth for programme and module data and sub-data.
  • Assist with setting up programme and module rules in the student system, including marks calculation, award and progression.
  • Clear understanding of the regulatory framework for higher education qualifications in the UK and how they are applied at Imperial.
  • Capture existing programme structures and support the translation into the new student system Banner® templates identifying benefit realisation and gaps within Departmental operations.
  • Develop and become an experienced user in new student system Banner® for the College.
  • Maintain a clear and accurate log of work completed to ensure progress can be tracked and audited.
  • Compile progress reports for stakeholders at various levels across the College

Essential requirements

  • Previous administrative experience working in a complex organisation.
  • Demonstrable experience maintaining definitive records or complex information and keeping track of updates and amendments.
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities.
  • Experience of working in a dynamic and collaborative environment.
  • High levels of accuracy, consistency and attention to detail.
  • Good analytical problem-solving skills.

Further information

This position is full-time, fixed term post until 31.07.2024. 

This career opportunity will suit a hardworking individual with drive and a keen interest in higher education and/or a career in data.

You are required to complete an online application. CVs without a supporting statement will not be considered.

Should you have any queries please contact: Nancy Richards ([email protected] )

The College is currently trialling a Work Location Framework until early 2023.  Hybrid working may be considered for this role and the role holder may be expected to work 60% or more of their time onsite, with 40% the minimum time spent onsite.  The opportunity for hybrid working will be discussed at interview.


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