We are looking to appoint a talented individual to the position of Tutorial Office Manager. The Tutorial Office Manager will report to the Senior Tutor and run and manage the office and a team of eight staff at the heart of College life.
The Tutorial Office oversees the running of the academic and pastoral aspects of the College, meaning that the post holder will interact with a wide range of stakeholders including staff, students, and academics both inside and outside the College.
The Tutorial Office Manager will ensure the smooth working of the office and ensure that students have all the information they need to thrive in the vibrant academic environment of King’s. This will include managing student databases, liaising with University level bodies such as Student Registry and the Exams Access and Mitigations Committee, and overseeing the organisation of large set-piece events such as Matriculations and Graduations, and supporting Tutors and Directors of Studies.
The Tutorial Office Manager will work with the Senior Tutor in supporting College governance, attending meetings and preparing papers to ensure that the College stays up to date and compliant with changes and developments in the HE sector. They will also take the lead in a large amount of internal communications and will need to work closely with our Communications team to ensure that correspondence and online information is accurate and kept up to date.
The Tutorial Office comprises of several team members who the Tutorial Office Manager will oversee, this includes the Admissions team, Accommodation Officer, Graduate Administrator, and Tutorial Office Assistants. The Tutorial Office Manager will oversee the work of the whole team and support their professional development.
The Tutorial Office Manager will occupy a high-profile role within the College and the ability to work effectively across a large teaching Fellowship including Tutors, Directors of Studies, Supervisors, staff in other departments, and our student body. This will require excellent judgement, communication skills, and organisation. Equally, to be effective, they will need to be able to collaborate with a wide range of people and across a broad spectrum of issues.
Please see the attached candidate pack for further details.
- 32 days' annual leave (including Bank Holidays and Christmas closure period)
- Car parking (when available)
- Meals on duty
- Healthcare cash plan (upon successful completion of probationary period)
Applications should be made on the form provided below, including salary history and reasons for leaving jobs. You should include under 'Suitability for Employment' examples of relevant tasks in previous roles, showing how you meet the Person Specification. Completion of the Equal Opportunities form is optional.