Friendly working environment
Full-time (38 hours per week)
About the Role
We are very excited to announce that Melbourne Polytechnic is seeking to appoint an experienced, innovative and qualified individual to fill the position of Student Events Officer.
Your primary objective will be:
To develop, deliver and evaluate a range of student events. These events will focus on building student participation on campus and create an environment that will directly assist students in their transition to tertiary studies and retention in their course.
The successful applicant will possess the following:
Key Selection Criteria
Relevant tertiary qualifications in event / recreation management and/or community development or equivalent.
Experience in the development, implementation and assessment of events, program and community projects in an educational environment.
Skills in effective communication including presentation, written, oral, and cross cultural communication skills.
Ability to manage own workload and adopt flexible work practices as required.
For a full list of the Key Selection Criteria please refer to the position description.
The salary will be in the range of $50,021 - $54,013 (PACCT 3.1 – 3.3) per annum plus superannuation.
Ongoing, Full-Time - 38 hours per week
HOW TO APPLY
Please download a copy of the Position Description below. Read the Position Description carefully before beginning your application.
Your application must include the following:
A separate document addressing the Key Selection Criteria as outlined in the position description
You can submit your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you include the job title and the job reference number in your covering email.
PLEASE NOTE: To download the document below you will need Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Pro. If you are experiencing any difficulties in submitting your application, please contact the People & Culture Department on 03 9269 1266.
Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply for positions with Melbourne Polytechnic.