Senior Development Manager

Location
Melbourne, Australia
Posted
03 Aug 2017
End of advertisement period
24 Aug 2017
Ref
0043816
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

External Relations Unit
Faculty of Arts

Salary: $99,199 - $107,370 p.a. plus 17% superannuation

The Senior Development Manager Faculty of Arts is responsible for developing and implementing an integrated marketing and recruitment strategy for graduate coursework & RHD programs to achieve domestic and international load and revenue targets. The position aims to enhance and promote the Faculty of Arts (through the Bachelor of Arts), Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences’ and Melbourne School of Governments’ reputation and program offerings through strategic profiling, communications and marketing, both nationally and internationally. As a member of the Faculty of Arts Marketing, Recruitment & Communications Team, the position reports to the Manager; Marketing, Recruitment & Communications.

The Senior Development Manager will directly supervise the marketing and recruitment staff within the Faculty and will oversee the Faculty’s future student marketing and recruitment strategy. The Senior Development Manager must effectively coordinate with the communications, alumni and partnerships teams to ensure a coordinated and effective approach is adopted when recruiting students and engaging with international markets.  It requires in-depth knowledge of the Faculty’s program offerings and the ability to communicate this knowledge to a range of stakeholders including agents, prospective students, industry groups and partners.

The Senior Development Manager is the main point of contact with Onshore & Offshore Recruitment teams (External Relations, University Services) and admissions staff to develop processes and procedures, including conversion strategies, to enable effective enquiry management. The position involves responding to prospective student enquiries.

The Senior Development Manager will present information sessions to prospective students on undergraduate and graduate programs for the Faculty of Arts. The role requires an innovative individual, who will take initiative to implement strategies and process improvements.

Close date: 24 Aug 2017

Position Description and Selection Criteria

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