Stacey Styles

Course Administrator - Education Studies

Administrators and Support

Contact Details

email: s.styles@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 542263

Role Summary

As course administrator, Stacey provides professional administrative support to academic staff to ensure the efficient and effective management and delivery of the Education Studies programme run by the School of Education. The role is varied and requires a high degree of professionalism, commitment and use of initiative. Stacey is the central point of contact for staff, students and a range of external organisations and is responsible for ensuring the efficient management of all administration relating to the course as well as making significant contributions to the management of programme quality. 

Roles and Responsibilities

  • To provide professional administrative support for courses, working closely with the Course Leader to ensure the efficient, effective operational delivery
  • To act as first point of contact for the full range of internal and external contacts
  • To input key course information into SOLE
  • To arrange, prepare and minute when necessary key course related meetings
  • To take responsibility for ensuring the accuracy and consistency of course documentation, such as course handbooks and materials for Welcome Week
  • To provide comprehensive administrative support for the provision of work placements
  • To liaise with and provide advice and guidance to students about the procedures for finding a placement
  • To support departmental meetings and be in attendance to contribute to the work of the department
  • To assist the module leaders with their timetable requests and work with the timetabling reps to plan and collate all timetabling data for the programme/s they are responsible for from the module leaders and obtain and check, accurately inputting the information into the electronic software by the deadline issued from the University’s central timetabling unit
  • To coordinate independently all operational requirements for key School events such as open days or taster evenings
  • To suggest content, check and update web pages and social media accounts relevant to the courses supported

Qualifications and Training

  • BSc (Hons) Child & Adolescent Mental Health
  • CMI Level 4 Introductory Diploma Business Management
  • CPCAB Level 2 Counselling Skills
  • NVQ level 3 Business Administration
  • NCOP Mentor training
  • GDPR Training
  • Health and Safety Training