Transforming student recruitment

We are recruiting a number of roles to support this exciting multi-year project.

About the project

Can you make the difference?

Leeds Beckett University are investing in the student applicant journey and have an agreed programme of work designed to transform student recruitment. This investment has clear aims and objectives, an agreed roadmap and we are taking the first steps this summer in building the project team. This is as much about people and process as it is about technology, and we aim to deliver a sector-leading enquirer and applicant journey. In order to achieve our objectives, we are recruiting for several roles across the University in the coming months to be the backbone of the project team. The roles are in Marketing, Admissions, Registry and IT Services teams and will be established on a three year fixed-term contract. You will be working in the relevant specialist department, supported by teams in your area of expertise, with your role dedicated to the project and you will be a key member of the team that is responsible for the project success.

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Available Roles

We have roles available across a range of areas within the university. Although this project will deliver an IT solution, we also require people to support the business transformation required across other areas of the university.

IT roles

Recruitment and admissions roles

Recruiting soon

The following roles will be recruiting in the near future:

  • Admissions Project Officer (Grd 6)
  • Test Analyst (Grd 5)
  • Recruitment Team Trainer (Grd 6)
  • Infrastructure Ops / Apps Specialist (Grd 6)
  • Student Systems Support and Development Officer (Grd 6)

Working at Leeds Beckett

Leeds Beckett is a large, ambitious university, delivering outstanding learning and teaching and high impact research. With campuses in Leeds city centre and Headingley, Leeds Beckett works closely with employers and partners to help our graduates become ready for work, ready for life and ready to seize all the opportunities that lay ahead.

All roles will be established as remote working to start with, and alongside our flexible working policy, we are proud to be able to support our colleagues to establish a healthy work/life balance. We use primarily Microsoft tools to enable communications through MS Teams and Skype. As an institution we are considering the wider remit of hybrid ways of working for longer term adoption.

All roles have a minimum of 28 days annual leave, and this increases to 38 days for Grade 6 and above (and in all cases Bank Holidays and Christmas closure is in addition to these annual leave allowances). Roles will accrue the usual benefits including pension contributions.

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Interested? What next?

Stage one of our application process is submission of your CV and a covering letter outlining how you meet the role and employee specification. Please visit our Jobs website to access the full role specification and apply for the role.

More information

For more information on these roles, or an informal chat with the recruiting managers please either refer to the recruiting manager details on the role specification, or contact one of the recruiting managers.

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