- Swinburne International, Office of Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic (ODVCA)
- Attractive Salary and Benefits
- Newly created opportunity to contribute to our 2025 vision
Swinburne is a place where your work can impact the national economy and wellbeing of our society. We promote diversity, support career development, provide flexibility and offer competitive salary packages.
Swinburne is a progressive university that aims to increase Australia’s capacity in science, technology and innovation as the drivers of modern, internationalised economies and workplaces. Our university is focused on high-impact global research, high-quality teaching and active engagement with both industry and the community.
About the job
Reporting to the Associate Director Partnership and Articulation, in this newly created position, you will act as a coordination point within Swinburne International for all data relating to international partnership articulation arrangements, internal pathways and academic credit exemptions. Supporting the Associate Director, you will build a comprehensive and productive suite of articulation partners and a robust credit precedent database to support student recruitment. Using your collaborative skills, you will work closely with Education & Quality Services (EQS) to collect, validate, store and maintain data for the analysis and reporting of the academic performance of cohorts through partnerships and pathways.
Skills and experience
To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following:
- Relevant undergraduate qualifications and relevant experience in quality assurance or education; or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training.
- Highly proficient computer skills, and demonstrated expertise in quantitative and qualitative data gathering, manipulation, storage, analysis and reporting
- High attention to detail ensuring tasks are completed to a high standard
- High-level interpersonal skills, particularly as they relate to the ability to work in a team and the maintenance of relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders with tact and appreciation of sensitive issues
A full list of the selection criteria is available within the position description
What we offer
As a Swinburne staff member you will have access to many benefits such as career development opportunities including 50% study reduction and staff and management development programs. You will receive up to 17% employer contributions (superannuation) and various voluntary salary packaging options. Other discounts include annual Myki cards and private health insurance. We also recognise the need to support the work/life balance and flexible needs of our staff. As such a range of flexible working arrangements including paid maternity/partner leave, working from home and part time options are available.
To find out more about the extensive benefits offered to Swinburne employees please visit: http://www.swinburne.edu.au/about/jobs/why-work-at-swinburne/
The diverse culture within Swinburne is a source of strength. We are proud to be recognised by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality 2015 and of key initiatives such as our Pride@Swinburne Strategic Action Plan and our Reconciliation Action Plan which are integral components of our 2025 vision to be world class university creating social and economic impact through science, technology and innovation.
As we are a Child Safe Organisation, all appointments are subject to a valid Working with Children’s Check, therefore it will be a mandatory requirement to have and maintain a current Working with Children Check.
How to apply
To start an application click on 'begin' at the bottom of this page and submit a resume, cover letter and response to the Key Selection Criteria, as listed in the Position Description. Please do not email or send paper applications, all applications must be submitted online.
If you are experiencing technical difficulties submitting your application, please contact the Recruitment team on +61 3 9214 8600 (option 2).
For further information, please contact Carolyn Chong (Dean, Global Relations and Strategy) on +613 9214 5919 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: 5.00pm, Friday 13th October 2017.