Student Recruitment Officer

University of Stirling - Student Academic and Corporate Services (SACS)

Description of Duties

The Student Recruitment Officer will be part of a team responsible for student recruitment activity within the UK and Europe, with the objective of growing and diversifying student enrolments in line with the University’s strategic objectives. The post will primarily be responsible for the recruitment and conversion of undergraduate students from within England, Wales and Northern Ireland, however there will also be a requirement to carry out work in other areas as required, and designated market responsibilities may be subject to change in line with team/University objectives.

The post-holder will be part of the International and Student Recruitment division, reporting directly to the Head of UK and European Recruitment with whom he/she will work closely on the implementation of the University’s strategy for student recruitment.

Working closely with colleagues across International and Student Recruitment and in collaboration with faculties and professional services areas, the post-holder will support and enhance efforts to develop good relationships with those who are interested in studying at the University of Stirling. Additionally, the post-holder will be responsible for supporting and enhancing the quality of the student experience, providing information and support to enquirers, applicants and key University partners and stakeholders. The role will involve significant periods of travel within the UK and occasional travel overseas as required by the Director of International and Recruitment.

For further information, including essential criteria and details on how to apply, please see www.stir.ac.uk/jobs

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