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OfS Compliance and Policy Officer

British Academy of Jewellery
Closing date
4 Dec 2021

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Contract Type
Full Time
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Purpose of JobTake responsibility for complying with OfS reporting requirements, and provide the OfS's Accountable Officer, and Governing Body, with appropriate updates and assurances regarding relevant matters including, compliance with the terms and conditions of funding, including student loans, quality of data, timing of data returns, UCAS requirements and all other regulatory responsibilities Have responsibility for leading and reporting on implementing actions set out in the Access and Participation Plan (APP)

Duties And Responsibilities
  • Diligently collate and communicate deadlines for a range of external stakeholders
  • Support the approach to compliance and regulatory matters, providing guidance on OfS and other compliance requirements
  • Read and disseminate publications from Higher Education regulatory bodies, highlighting any subsequent action and impact
  • Prepare reports that communicate progress against regulatory compliance
  • Undertake research related to risk, compliance, and regulatory matters to ensure high-quality advice/guidance for colleagues
  • Monitor reporting cycles and deliverables to ensure they are on schedule, taking corrective action as necessary.
  • Develop and maintain up-to-date records and plans
  • Work collaboratively with a wide range of teams in order to contribute to the meeting of conditions of registration with the OfS and other regulatory requirements in a strictly time bound manner
  • Identify where internal policies and procedures need to be reviewed against specific regulatory directives in order to ensure compliance
  • Assist colleagues in their work towards the actions required to meet regulatory requirements
In carrying out your duties, ensuring that:
  • You are comfortable and confident in engaging with our broad learning community and to act as a good role model for our children, students, and apprentices - in doing so we act as one team, actively supporting colleagues and engaging with our community.
  • You are committed to working in a cohesive, supportive, and forward thinking team of colleagues which shares the Academy's vision and mission and strategic ambitions
  • Have good knowledge of the Office for Students and other associated Higher Education regulatory and quality bodies e.g. QAA, OIA, ESFA, HESA, Ofsted
  • Be able to interpret technical briefings and highlight the impact and actions required
  • Communicate complex information quickly and concisely
  • Can prepare high quality reports for presentation and dissemination
  • Can identify and signpost high risk scenarios that are developing as a response to the internal and wider external environment
  • Have good knowledge of policies and procedures
  • Good attention to detail
  • Use of Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Strong 'all round' IT skills
  • Good communication skills - verbal and written
  • Effective interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues across the Academy
  • Good communication skills at all levels
  • Ability to set and achieve high standards for self
  • Able to work on own initiative
  • Ability to manage simultaneously a number of different tasks/duties
  • Problem solving skills
  • Team player
  • Customer focused
  • Adaptable
  • Flexible
  • Educated to first degree level
  • Level 2 English and Maths
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