Coordinator, Curriculum and Quality
- Full time continuing
- Opportunity to be responsible for the system implementation and publication of the curriculum at The University of Sydney Business School
- HEO 7 Base Salary $100,032 - $108,979 p.a. + 17% superannuation
About the opportunity
The University of Sydney Business School is one of the Asia-Pacific region's premier centres for engaged and innovative business education and research. With a highly international outlook, we have over 560 FTE (full-time equivalent) staff and more than 16,000 students from diverse backgrounds enrolled in a comprehensive suite of programs including the high-profile MBA.
The role is broadly responsible for the system implementation and publication of Business School's curriculum.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- assist in maintaining the academic integrity of the curriculum
- ensure the curriculum is developed and implemented following established governance processes and procedures
- assure accurate reflection of academic decisions into systems and publications
- assist the Manager, Curriculum and Quality in the implementation of the School's quality assurance framework, including providing executive support for course reviews, analysis of curriculum data and outcomes and curriculum mapping
- provide supervision and line management to the Curriculum & Quality Officer.
We are looking for a Coordinator, Curriculum and Quality who possesses:
- excellent digital literacy, including the ability to adapt to new technologies, maintain and develop content for web and intranet sites, and manage high volumes of complex data, and ensure translation of academic decisions into appropriate systems
- excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Highly developed report- writing skills, the ability to communicate complex policies and procedures to staff, the ability to negotiate and represent the Faculty at University forums
- ability to interpret and apply complex policies, procedures and legislative frameworks, provide high-level advice to senior academic and professional staff, and make sound judgements and decisions
- high-level administrative experience including the ability to coordinate project teams, plan and implement project-level tasks, provide executive support to academic committees and supervise staff.
- research and/or data analysis skills including the ability to identify, collate and interpret relevant data, make evidence-based recommendations and to undertake basic policy research
- ability to develop and implement effective and efficient administrative processes with a strong background in governance and/or quality assurance.
Closing date for applications
11:59 pm, 4 December 2022
How to apply
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