Admissions and Recruitment Officer
Salary Level: Classification Level 5/6 (Salary range A$66,509 to A$83,392 gross per annum plus up to 17% employer superannuation contributions)
Appointment: Full-time, ongoing
USC will be a university of international standing, a driver of capacity building in the Sunshine Coast and broader region, and an unsurpassed community asset.
University Strategic Goals
The University will be:
- A comprehensive university of 20,000 students by 2020;
- Positioned in the global tertiary education community as a top-100 university under 50 years of age; and
- A primary engine of capacity building in the broader Sunshine Coast region, from Brisbane to the Fraser Coast.
Overview of USC International
USC International (USCI) under the general direction of the Pro Vice Chancellor (International and Quality) provides assistance and support to prospective USC international students. USCI’s key responsibilities lie within the admission and recruitment of international students to USC. USCI manages the marketing, recruitment, admission of, and provision of specialist services to international students for award programs, Study Abroad and ELICOS.
Overview of the Role
Working as part of the USCI team, this role will carry out admissions specific duties and contribute to the recruitment of international students into award, and non-award programs at USC. At Level 6, this role will also provide expertise and support to a range of other USCI administrative functions and recruitment strategies to attract international students.
This includes assessing and admitting international students in accordance with University policies and procedures; providing assessment of overseas qualifications, eligibility for entry and applicants’ status as genuine students and genuine temporary entrants; and advising of assessment outcomes to key stakeholders.
In addition, this role will advise applicants, students, staff, recruitment representatives, partner institutions, and the broader community on international admissions requirements and procedures; and contribute to the administration of the University’s compliance and reporting requirements under the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act, including production of Confirmation of Enrolment documents, Department of Education and Training (DET) reporting via PRISMS, and other related University procedures.
At Level 6, this role will advise and assist with maintenance and improvement of admissions-related processes to ensure the consistent provision of high quality customer service in the recruitment of international students and provide expert advice regarding changes to relevant legislation, including their impact on the work carried out by the team, and implement the operational and procedural responses required.
The successful applicant will contribute to the ongoing improvement and maintenance of admissions and recruitment related initiatives to ensure the consistent provision of high quality customer service in the recruitment of international students.
To be appointed at Level 5, the successful applicant requires a university degree combined with relevant experience in international admissions in an Australian university. They must have the ability to provide expert advice on the admissions and enrolment process of international students, including the assessment of overseas qualifications, Student visa and Overseas Student Health Cover requirements and the needs of international students.
To be appointed at Level 6, the successful applicant must have extensive relevant experience in Australian universities and specialist expertise in the admission and enrolment of international students and extensive expertise with student visas and Overseas Student Health Cover. Relevant experience in the recruitment of international students and a comprehensive understanding of the specific needs of international students is essential.
The incumbent is required to work as part of a team with minimal supervision and must have initiative and flexibility to adapt to a constantly changing work environment. Excellent administrative, data entry and computing skills, including with specialised computer databases, are essential to perform the functions of this role. Due to the nature of international office operations including working across multiple time zones, work outside normal working hours will be required.
Additionally, in accordance with the University’s Staff Code of Conduct – Governing Policy, all staff are expected to display professional behaviour, communicate respectfully, and perform their duties responsibly.
A role statement is not intended to limit the scope of a role but to highlight the key aspects of the role. The requirements of the role may be altered in order to meet the changing operational needs of the University.
Contact for Further Information
Director, USC International
Telephone: 07 5430 2843
Midnight, Friday 16 November 2018
All applicants MUST provide both a statement of claims and resume/curriculum vitae.
Information regarding how to prepare your application and write an effective statement of claims is available on our website information for applicants
As part of your role, you may be required to travel to any one of USC's locations.
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USC values diversity, enables access and promotes inclusion.
USC strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.