International Student Support Officer
- Competitive salary package $62,507 - $72, 213 plus superannuation
- Ongoing Full-time
- 6 weeks annual leave
Do you want to be a part of a dynamic environment focused on enhancing student experience and learning opportunities for international students?
Charles Darwin University (Sydney Campus) are seeking a highly motivated and skilled International Student Support Officer to help enhance our students’ experience and support.
Charles Darwin University (CDU) is a dynamic regional university, with its main campus in Darwin and other campuses and learning centres throughout the Northern Territory, Sydney and Melbourne. Globally recognised in the top 2 percent of world-leading universities and in the top 100 Universities worldwide under 50 years of age (Times Higher Education 2015-2016), CDU is known for the quality of its research and teaching.
As the international student support officer you will be responsible for providing information, advice and services to commencing and enrolled international students to support adjustment to living and studying in Australia.
As a strong communicator and relationship developer you will work with internal stakeholders, students and multicultural associations to promote events, services and other activities that enhance student experience at CDU, and encourage connections with local communities. Ideally you will have a strong background in student services and administration, experience in delivering quality service to students from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds and familiarity with the ESOS legislative framework.
For more information please contact Simona Cavani, Senior International Student Advisor on (08) 8946 6644 or email Simona.Cavani@cdu.edu.au
Applications Close 24 October 2016
In order for your application to be complete, you must attach a Statement addressing Selection Competencies, as well as a current Curriculum Vitae (CV). The Selection Competencies can be found in the Position Profile via the link below, under the headings of Key Selection Competencies and Desirable Selection Competencies.