- Full time and fixed term until December 31, 2022
- 2 vacancies available
- Opportunity to provide professional administrative support services within the program team at the University of Sydney Business School
- Base salary $89,759 – $96,764 + 17% retirement
The Program Coordinator will draw on his experience in management practices and knowledge of university policies, student management processes, and School of Business degree programs to support core students and faculty. As an experienced professional, the incumbent will issue sound recommendations and apply professional knowledge to achieve his or her business objectives. The Program Coordinator will work across one or more coursework programs in the School of Business.
Your main responsibilities will be:
- Provide broad, high-level professional administrative support to the program team
- Build and manage an effective working relationship with key stakeholders and employees across the university
- Managing the general day-to-day operations and administrative activity of the program team
- Ensure application of quality and compliance with university management policies and procedures
- Provide project management support and advice during project organization and establishment
- Work with one or more program managers to coordinate the development and implementation of multiple work flow plans to achieve overall objectives.
We are looking for a Program Coordinator – Programs and Students Who owns:
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team, take initiative and exercise sound judgment in resolving matters that may arise as part of normal daily work
- Advanced computer skills in an MS Office suite with extensive diary management experience
- Analytical skills and ability to bring multiple perspectives to solve problems
- Excellent interpersonal, relationship building and influencing skills with the ability to engage positively and effectively with a range of stakeholders while ensuring a strong client-centric outlook, and a ‘can-do’ approach to business
- Excellent time and workload management skills with demonstrated ability to set priorities effectively. Ability to manage multiple tasks, meet deadlines and deliver desired results with keen attention to detail, and a self-starter approach to work.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to engage in independent consultation with a wide range of employees in a large complex organization and, where appropriate, with outside parties
- Strong problem-solving skills, ability to use initiative, exercise sound judgment, and ability to prioritize workload during busy periods
- Working knowledge of software such as Sydney Student, records management, and content management systems
- Experience in creating and maintaining effective management systems
- Management experience in a university institution, working knowledge of academic institutions, structures and the higher education sector (desirable)
11:59 PM, January 9, 2022
please note: The University of Sydney will be closed from December 24, 2021 until January 9, 2022 inclusive.
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