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Training and Administration Support

British Universities' International Liaison Association (BUILA)

Location: United Kingdom, Work from home
Salary: £14,000 part-time
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 19th November 2021
Closes: 30th November 2021

Location: Homebased, UK     

Hours: 84 days annually             

Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Consultant

The British Universities' International Liaison Association (BUILA) is a UK-wide, membership-led organisation supporting, informing and amplifying the work and interests of staff working in international recruitment and liaison at UK higher educational institutions, with a current total of 140 member institutions.

The past year has been an extraordinary year for the international HE sector, and BUILA has greatly intensified and expanded its efforts to support members’ priorities; 93% of BUILA members agree that BUILA activities have helped them in their work recruiting international students during this challenging time.

We are now looking for a talented and enthusiastic individual to support the BUILA Executive Committee as we continue to expand our reach and services; to manage the day-to-day running of the association and support the organisation of member services and events, including an expanding schedule of training workshops and the Annual BUILA Conference.

The role of Training and Administration Support is a part-time consultancy role and would suit a self-employed individual who could cover the role as part of a portfolio of other work.

Job Purpose:

  1. To provide administrative and logistical support to deliver the BUILA Training Programme, the Annual Conference, agent events and as necessary for partner events; responsible for creating and maintaining a BUILA events calendar
  2. To help the lead on the BUILA Executive identify speakers and shape the training programme for the year.
  3. To be responsible for the complete set up and delivery of each session including all income and expenditure
  4. To provide an evaluation of the success of the training programme and make recommendations for improvement
  5. To support other BUILA events including the Annual Conference and lobbying events as and when needed, taking direct responsibility for sponsorship and sponsors, merchandising, and wraparound events
  6. To provide administrative support to the Project Manager and to the BUILA Board responding to enquiries, overseeing membership fees, maintaining and updating expenditure against budgets, servicing the Executive Board meetings and Directors’ Forums, creating and collating membership surveys, and overseeing the online discussion forums and mailbases.
  7. Other tasks that fall within the scope of the role as allocated by the Project Manager of BUILA in consultation with the post-holder.

Please see here for the full job description.

If you are interested in applying, please send a full CV and cover letter explaining your suitability for the role to philippa@buila.ac.uk The deadline for applications is 30th November 2021 and interviews will take place by Zoom w/c 13th December.

For any questions about the role please contact Philippa Collins Robson at philippa@buila.ac.uk

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