The clinical placement administrator role will include a wide range of duties involving the day-to-day organisation, facilitation and administration of speech and language therapy student placements in the School of Psychology and Clinical Language Science. This will include the responsibility for supporting placement allocations, training activities, pre, during and post placement support, monitoring and reviewing placement offers and supporting the quality assurance of all placement activity within speech and language therapy degree programmes. The speech and language therapy clinical placements’ team includes two placement administrators, and a team of lecturers in speech and language therapy who have clinical tutoring as part of their role.
The role is available on a part-time basis (0.8 FTE) for a fixed-term period up to 13 November 2023.
You will have:
- Excellent experience working in a busy administrative post working with a range of logistics, digital systems and processes
- Strong communication and customer service skills, with the ability to work with a broad range of people
- Strong attention to detail and ability to produce numerical reports
- Strong working Knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel
- Experience of administering expenses and budgets
- Strong teamworking skills with the ability to problem solve and work proactively
Interview date: TBC
Informal contact details
Alternative informal contact details
Head of Student Placements
Manager of the University SLT Clinic
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