Student Systems Team Manager

City, University of London

  • Permanent
  • London
Specialisms:Education, Technology
Date posted:6th June 2024
Closing date:4th July 2024

Accountable to: Head of Student & Professional Systems

Department: Information Technology

Anderson Quigley is delighted to be working with City, University of London to hire for a new role: Student Systems Team Manager. We are looking to speak to candidates with a strong leadership skillset, and strong SITS experience, ideally both on premise and in the Cloud. Stakeholder management will also play a part in this role. This postholder will manage a team of seven and will contribute to City’s strategic plans including moving systems to the Cloud and synchronising systems post City’s merger with St George’s Medical School.

Essential requirements for this role include:

  • Professionally qualified with a degree/postgraduate qualification plus broad management experience in a similar work environment or substantial vocational and relevant management experience demonstrating management ability in an appropriate professional or specialist knowledge
  • Extensive knowledge SITS, the student data lifecycle and associated best practice in relation to their design, development, deployment and support
  • Comprehensive knowledge of university process, core activities and culture
  • Management experience as a team leader or similar
  • Extensive experience of developing HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL
  • Extensive experience developing & supporting users in SITS and E-vision
  • Experience of using Helpdesk software to manage incidents, requests and change requests
  • Experience of using Software development tools to plan, assign, track, report, and manage work (e.g. Jira, Git, Devops)
  • Experience of supporting other student systems (e.g. SEAtS, Haplo, Worktribe and management reporting software)
  • Excellent team leader skills with the ability to drive, manage, motivate and developing a high performing team

City offers an excellent pension scheme, generous leave allowance, season ticket loan, a good working environment and access to fitness and social facilities. A competitive salary of up to £65,000 is on offer for this position, and hybrid working is accepted.

City confirms its commitment to equal opportunities in all its activities.  It is intended that no job applicant or employee will receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of political belief, sex, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or social class.  Selection and promotion criteria are kept under review to ensure that individuals are treated on the basis of the job requirements and on their relevant personal merits; and are not disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable. If you have a disability and are interested in this post, City welcomes your application.

For a confidential discussion or a copy of the job description please contact Lucy Pickering at or Grace Tattersall at

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