The School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Science seeks to appoint an academic
development officer, on a permanent bases. The successful incumbent will be required to
render an effective and efficient administrative service to the Anatomy students within the
School and assist with some module administration.
Duties will include, but not be limited to, academic monitoring of students, offer student
support, academic development administration and student/staff queries associated with
the position. The incumbent must be proficient in English, and will be required to have a high
level of competency in word processing and spreadsheets; and good interpersonal,
communication and writing skills.
This position requires an individual who has the ability to pay close attention to detail and
the ability to work independently and accurately under pressure. S/he should also have
excellent interpersonal and organisational skills.
The incumbent will report to the Principal Programme Officer and will be based on the
Responsibilities + Skills
A high level of proficiency in word processing (MSWord) and spreadsheets (Excel); andMust have a good academic recordMust be familiar with the University Policies, Rules & Regulations, including the Student
Student must be a postgraduate student (Masters or PhD student) from the College ofHealth Science
Must demonstrate good communication skills, report writing and administrationMust be familiar with the curriculumMust be familiar with student support resources