Jessica tells her higher education career story to the AUA
11 Oct 2017
In an interview for the Association of University Administrators, Research Support Officer Jessica Napthine-Hodgkinson tells her career story
Jessica started her higher education career at University of Cumbria in Lancaster as a Credit Control Assistant then as a Placements Administrator. In 2014, she moved to Manchester and started at Manchester Metropolitan University as a Programmes Administrator progressing to the role of Research Group Officer. In April 2017, Jessica moved to The University of Manchester where she currently works as a Research Support Officer.
She tells the AUA about her definition of professionalism, how the AUA helped her HE career and the weirdest job she ever had.
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