The opportunity Te Whiwhinga mahi
We are looking for an experienced student recruiter who is passionate about establishing and nurturing relationships with key stakeholders including educators, school principals, social services agencies and health professionals resulting in market share growth.
You will assist with the development and implementation of a recruitment plan to deliver on the faculty's postgraduate taught (PGT) strategic goals and objectives, through strong and effective partnerships with stakeholders.
You will be someone who thrives in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, works collaboratively with senior academic leaders to implement solutions that ensure key deliverables are met.
In this role you will work in partnership with senior academic staff, to develop and deliver a targeted programme of PGT recruitment activity focused on increasing applications to enrolments and therefore maintain a focus on strategy and building great relationships with stakeholders - such as schools, centres and agencies.
Your role will be to showcase postgraduate taught programmes the faculty offers across a variety of networks resulting in new business, and to extend and strengthen our sector relationships.
Experience in identifying trends and breaking into emergent markets will prepare you well for this role. You will call on your highly developed consultation skills and knowledge of tertiary programme regulations to resolve complex study pathways for students.
This is a role for a person who has experience of University culture and our key stakeholders, who has had success in winning new business and is ready to take on the opportunity to promote our postgraduate taught programmes.
For more detailed information, please refer to the position description.
About the team Mō tō mātou rōpū
The position reports to the Academic Services Manager and will work alongside the faculty Academic Services and Communication and Marketing teams, academic leaders in the faculty, as well as Student Services.
About you He kōrero mōu
You will need excellent communication skills and have the confidence to present professionally to stakeholders using different platforms and in a variety of sectors.
In a fast-paced and competitive environment, you will need to think on your feet, be open to 'disruptions' and work collaboratively with service partners across the University.
Flexibility to support events outside of work hours and some traveling is expected.
Important Skills / Experience Nga Pūkenga Motuhake
How to apply Me pēhea te tuku tono
Please reach out to Mamere Takoa-Bare, Academic Services Manager, Acting Student Services Manager via for a confidential conversation.
Please note we are happy to answer your questions but we do not accept applications by email.
Applications must be submitted online, by the closing date of Friday 3rd December 2021 to be considered. Please include your cover letter and / or CV highlighting how you can meet the skills and experiences detailed above.
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