International Officer (East Asia)

Aberystwyth University - International Office

Job Description

To promote a flexible workforce, the University will consider applications from individuals seeking full time, part time, job share, or term time only working arrangements.

Aberystwyth University is seeking to appoint an East Asia International Officer to proactively contribute to the development of the International Office and make a major contribution to the University’s long term recruitment success.

You will be an education marketing specialist with a clear understanding of the UK Higher Education sector and with an extensive knowledge and first-hand experience of the international recruitment environment. You will be responsible for managing and delivering student recruitment plans specifically for the East Asian markets and achieving student recruitment targets. You will research your designated markets and develop effective, budgeted, integrated recruitment plans on the basis of your research. You will carry out overseas promotions, support recruitment agents, identify and develop productive relations with partner universities, liaise with academic departments, provide quality market intelligence and identify new business opportunities.

You must have an engaging personality, excellent communication skills, customer focus, commitment and flexibility. The post will involve a significant amount of overseas travel.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate successful recruitment and links in East Asia and must also be a native or fluent communicator in Chinese (Mandarin).

To make an informal enquiry, please contact Katerina Stivasari-Jones, Acting Director of the International Office, at aks@aber.ac.uk or +44 (0)1970 628499.

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