|Salary:||£23,662 to £26,642 per annum (pro-rata)|
|Placed On:||23rd March 2023|
|Closes:||13th April 2023|
Interview date: To be confirmed
The International Opportunities Team, part of Careers and Employability Services (Student Central, University of Bradford), is currently seeking applications from enthusiastic and proactive administrators for the role of International Opportunities Administrator (IOA).
The successful applicant will support the International Opportunities Team with the growing number of home and international students applying for overseas activities/placements under the Turing Scheme. Among other things, the IOA will ensure compliance with the recording of applicant's details into the University/Turing databases; contact students to collect, register and archive placement documentation required for the Turing annual Audit; to deliver brief presentations in lectures, meetings, and workshops about international opportunities; provide information and guidance in face-to-face/virtual appointments.
The successful applicant will have understanding/experience of study and work placements abroad, and of working with international students; experience in outlining straightforward administrative procedures and processes to students; excellent administrative and record-keeping skills: prioritization, organization, adaptability, multitasking, planning; excellent attention to detail and accuracy, and experience in chasing, registering, and archiving large volumes of documents.
Upon appointment, the successful applicant will receive a comprehensive induction to the role, complemented by both informal peer support and training, as well as formal training and development delivered by our Organisational Development Team.
The University is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community – a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, staff engagement forums, campus facilities and services to support our diverse workforce. We provide a range of benefits, including generous pensions schemes and annual leave entitlement, travel options and rewards.
If you are interested in joining a friendly team, supporting students in taking opportunities abroad, further information about the role, main duties and essential criteria can be found in the detailed job description. Please ensure you carefully follow the how to apply guidance and ensure that throughout the application process you are demonstrating how your experience, knowledge and skills meet the criteria set out in the post specification.
This is a fixed-term post for 12-months, with the possibility of being extended up to 36-months based on availability of external funding.
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