Education Resources Coordinator
- Classification: Higher Education Officer Level 7
- Salary Range: $81,878 - $90,855
- Employment Type: Continuing, Full-time
- Position Reports to: Manager, Resources Scheduling Services
- Please Direct Application Enquiries to: Ms Cheryl Edwards
- Closing Date: 9.00 am, Monday 22 January 2018
As part of our strategic plan Making a Difference - The 2025 Agenda, Flinders University has set itself a bold vision to be internationally recognised as a world leader in research, an innovator in contemporary education, and the source of Australia’s most enterprising graduates.
We live in an era of disruptive change and remarkable technological innovation. In order to flourish within this challenging environment, we have transformed our academic structure into six Colleges with a focus on student success and outstanding research.
Our talented academic teams are supported by customer-centric Professional Services staff, who share our commitment to excellence.
Excited by change and driven by innovation, we invite ambitious and energetic individuals who personify our values of integrity, courage, innovation, excellence and above all, being student centred, to join our dynamic Professional Services teams to assist us in achieving our core mission of changing lives and changing the world.
Working under broad direction and as part of a University wide Student Administration Services team, the Education Resources Coordinator plays a key role in ensuring the provision of planning and operational support in relation to education resources at a College level, as well as providing input into the strategic planning processes for curriculum planning, modelling, analytical reporting and load planning.
In particular, the position is responsible for the ongoing development of the University academic timetable in accordance with established priorities, principles and objectives underlying the University’s allocation of learning and teaching space. This involves collaborating closely with academic staff for the collection, interpretation, analysis and data entry of teaching requirements and specialist timetable data. It also includes using data from various sources to enable effective reporting and decision making, ensuring the effective management of class registration activities, resolution of timetable changes and participating in regular audits and inspections of university teaching spaces.
The position works as part of a highly skilled team and plays an important role in the delivery of high quality services to both students and staff, and for developing and promoting effective processes and enhanced innovative business practices for a broad range of student administration activities.
Information For Applicants:
To express your interest in a position, you are required to submit an application statement and your resume. The application statement should be no longer than 3 pages and must address the Key Position Capabilities stated in the relevant position description. You are also required to provide two work referees, preferably being your two most recent line managers.