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University of Northampton

Job Description:

The Student Records Teams, within the Academic Registry of the University of Northampton, are responsible for managing student data. We work closely with other key departments in the University to support students throughout their academic journey, from enrollment to graduation.

As a Student Records Administrator, your main role will be to maintain accurate and up-to-date records of students’ progress from enrollment to graduation. You will be comfortable working in a dynamic environment and will join a friendly and supportive team that operates on a hybrid model of remote and on-campus work.

We are currently seeking individuals to join our student record teams on both a full-time (37 hours) and part-time (18.5 hours per week) basis. Your responsibilities will include supporting the enrollment process, administering module choices, inputting grades, providing accurate information for module boards, and handling student records queries for UK-based, international, and partner students across various programs.

At the University of Northampton, we value work-life balance and offer a generous annual leave entitlement of 25 days for full-time employees, in addition to bank holidays and extra closed days. We also provide a comprehensive induction program, ongoing learning and development opportunities, and staff discounts on various products and services, including access to Trilogy gyms and the option to purchase a TOTUM student discount card.


To be successful in this role, you must have exceptional teamwork skills and a commitment to delivering high-quality services to our students and colleagues. You should be organized, efficient, and detail-oriented, with the ability to manage competing priorities and solve problems effectively. Excellent communication skills are crucial, as you will be interacting with staff and students through various channels.

Proficiency in IT office-based applications, as well as experience with databases and reporting systems, is essential. Being able to work well in a team and handle peak workloads will also be advantageous.


This position is part of the Academic Registry, which plays a central role in delivering the University’s strategy. Our work is important to staff, students, and external stakeholders, as it directly impacts the student experience and the University’s operations. We strive to provide reliable, trusted, expert, consistent, transparent, and efficient services.

The Academic Registry consists of several teams, including Admissions, Quality, Curriculum approval and data teams, Student Records, Assessment, Ceremonies and Exams, Apprenticeships, CPD Administration, and Student Conduct, Complaints and Appeals. We collaborate closely with all Faculties and professional services teams across the University.

Right to Work:

During the interview process, all candidates will be required to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK. The University can only consider applicants who currently have the right to work in the UK for this position, in accordance with the requirements set by UK Visas and Immigration. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer sponsorship at this time

To apply for this job please visit jobs.northampton.ac.uk.