|Salary:||£27,929 to £34,308 per annum (Grade 6)|
|Placed On:||7th February 2023|
|Closes:||5th March 2023|
Location: Stirling Campus
Contract type: Open Ended
Student Recruitment sits within the Directorate for Communications, Marketing and Recruitment and holds responsibility for the planning and implementation of effective recruitment strategies to grow student numbers, in line with the University’s Strategic Plan. The International Recruitment Officer will report directly to one of the regional International Recruitment Managers, with whom they will work closely.
The primary objective of the post is to support international recruitment and conversion efforts, through both online and physical activities. The post holder will work across a range of strategic projects including agent relationship and management, digital agent and EdTech recruitment platforms, international scholarships administration, and assisting with maximising student progression from INTO University partnerships. This front-facing role, requires the post-holder to possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and to be comfortable presenting information to diverse audiences in a knowledgeable and articulate way. You will work in partnership with the wider student recruitment team to implement and deliver strategies to maximise recruitment opportunities, requiring you to review and report on all activity to ensure maximum return on investment.
Having an understanding of the broader context of recruitment across the HE sector, the post-holder will be responsible for building a strong commercial network through collaborative working practices with internal and external stakeholders.
The role will involve periods of travel overseas, as well as in the UK, when cover is required, therefore the successful candidate must be comfortable with travelling independently. Online activities can take place in relevant country time zones and candidates must also therefore be willing to work flexibly during evenings and weekends when necessary, including University Open Days. Candidates may also be asked to work on wider recruitment activity as required, and designated responsibilities may be subject to change over time in line with team/ University business objectives.
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.
Description of duties
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