£41,526 to £48,114 per annum & attractive benefitsCanterbury, KentClosing date: 3rd January 2021In supporting both compliance and the whole decision-making and planning process, this opportunity for a Head of Student Data Compliance will be critical to the implementation of our strategy over the next five years and beyond. Remember to check your CV before applying. Also, ensure you read through all the requirements related to this role. Kent has a vision. By 2025 we will be delivering one of the best education and student experiences in the UK, transforming lives and prospects regardless of background. Our research and innovation will match the best in the world. Our contribution to social, economic, cultural, intellectual and public life will make us a leading civic university. To deliver this vision, we have developed a strategy that includes making bold changes to our organisational structure, practice and career pathways – as well as building on existing strengths, such as Signature Research Themes, and focusing on priority areas like Kent and Medway Medical School and the Institute for Creative and Cultural Industries. As we adapt to the latest challenges facing this sector, we are reshaping the way we work together in order to become more responsive and to ensure that our staff have the tools they need. In supporting both compliance and the whole decision-making and planning process, this opportunity for a Head of Student Data Compliance will be critical to the implementation of our strategy over the next five years and beyond. Managing the data quality team, you will lead the University-wide student data statutory return processes and procedures to ensure legal and regulatory requirements, are met. You will also be expected to provide pivotal information and guidance on the most effective management and use of student and student-related data, as well as to advise on the development of student information systems and, where necessary, to lead on system developments and implementations. We need someone who can combine excellent knowledge of higher education student statutory reporting and student data systems – including a high level of computer literacy- with an impressive track record of identifying efficiencies and managing change. You will have the interpersonal skills to command stakeholder confidence, the experience to lead, manage and motivate staff, plus a proven proficiency in planning, organising, resourcing and monitoring multiple on-going jobs and projects. This is an outstanding opportunity for someone who is eager to challenge convention, explore new possibilities for interdisciplinary working – and really make an impact.