Manager, Engagement and Marketing
Engagement and Marketing Team
Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning
Salary: $115,726 - $120,404 per annum (pro rata for part-time) plus 9.5% superannuation
Reporting to the Faculty Executive Director, the Manager, Engagement and Marketing provides leadership and guidance of marketing, communications, media, events and exhibitions, partnerships, Work Integrated Learning (WIL), and engagement functions for the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at The University of Melbourne. In collaboration with the Faculty Executive and other senior staff within the Faculty, the role will plan, lead and deliver on the broad engagement and marketing aspects of the Faculty’s strategic and operational plans.
The position manages a team of 14 fixed-term/continuing marketing, communications, media, events and exhibitions, WIL, and partnership professionals to deliver engagement and marketing outcomes for the Faculty. The incumbent will apply a strategic focus in leading the day-to-day operations including management of budget. Stakeholder management and the ability to work in and across different teams is especially important for this position. The position will collaborate with the Faculty’s Academic Support Office (especially the Recruitment and Selection team), Finance and Planning, HR, and Research teams as well as work closely with University Services in relation to External Relations functions and business development, and Advancement where appropriate to ensure that the Faculty’s strategic goals are met and aligned with policy and practice of the Faculty and broader University. The Manager, Engagement and Marketing will also form a peer group with the Senior Managers’ Group of the Faculty which will assist in the efficient operations.
The incumbent will also be expected to contribute to Faculty strategy and broader University-wide initiatives.
The incumbent will be expected to possess excellent marketing skills, business acumen, organisational skills, verbal communication, visual and writing skills, with the ability to achieve outcomes under uncertainty and complexity. The incumbent is also expected to work across multiple areas and projects in the built environment involving numerous external and internal stakeholders including staff across the University.
Close date: 28 May 2018
Position Description and Selection Criteria
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