Timetabling Officer Job In Glasgow

Timetabling Officer

  • £13.26 per hour
  • Posted: 14/03/2019
  • Glasgow
  • Job Ref: 086105423
  • Temporary

Job Details

Our client who is based within the higher education sector, have a temporary role for a Timetabling Officer. This role will be based in Glasgow city Centre Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm. The rate of pay will be £13.26 per hour.
Candidates must have a PVG certificate to be considered for this role.

Job role:

To deliver an effective, efficient and customer-focussed Campus Timetabling and Room Booking services . Responsibility for the annual timetabling process and allocation of all College spaces.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Follow standard operating procedures which ensure delivery of an effective Timetabling service.
  • Meet priorities, objectives and quality standards to ensure effective deployment of staff and space.
  • Support the annual cycles of timetabling data collection, data validation, data input, pre-scheduling, iterative scheduling and clash resolution including inter faculty servicing requests.
  • Work with faculty directors and curriculum leaders to support the annual timetabling production schedule in line with the curriculum planning process
  • Work with faculty directors and curriculum leaders to produce staff timetables as required
  • Ensure the integrity for timetabling systems data including: on-going integrity of room and staff details including constraints
  • Check and monitor the integrity of web published timetabling staff data published
  • Ensure accuracy of published timetabling data to facilitate attendance recording.
  • Capture actual staff utilisation data to facilitate accurate reportage.

Key Skills:
  • Relevant experience of a Timetabling and/or procurement function in a diverse organisation
  • Knowledge of the FE sector
  • Experience of producing reports to meet a range of user needs
  • Experience of supporting the management of annual cycles of data
  • Experience of managing administrative/record keeping systems
  • Ability to develop positive working relationships with individuals at all levels (internal and external)
  • Well-developed communication, liaison and networking skills
  • Excellent ICT skills