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We are always interested to hear from people who share our passion for international education. From month to month you'll find a wide range of opportunities arising in our dynamic, rapidly growing organization – whether you are an IT specialist, a teacher, a student support professional or a recruitment expert, there is likely to be a role for you.

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Sr Software Tester - Bangalore - India

We have an excellent opportunity for the Sr Software Tester for our IT Digital Systems Team,

Ideally suited to someone truly passionate about automation testing and Testing, building and maintaining of Salesforce, as we move from manual testing to automation testing

INTO develops, maintains and operates a range of external-facing customer portals and application forms to provide and grow digital interactions with our customer. This post will play a key role as a member of an Agile development team testing new developments and supporting live functionality of Salesforce. 

The Software Tester will help with testing, building and maintaining of Salesforce, as we move from manual testing to automation testing. You will have the opportunity to actively contribute to the initial development and ongoing evolution of those systems and processes, supporting the Test Manager and wider Business Systems team. 

You will create and document test cases and scripts, execute and report on testing and liaising with both end users and developers throughout the testing process.

This is an excellent opportunity if you have testing experience and want to join a team that will allow you room to grow, coach and support you. In addition: 

  • Understanding of Salesforce.
  • Technically skilled in automation.
  • Writing automation scripts & fixing automation scripts. 

The sr. Software Tester will help with testing, building, and maintaining INTO’s range of new customer facing portals and application forms. They will have the opportunity to actively contribute to the initial development and ongoing evolution of those systems, supporting the Test Manager as needed. The post will involve the documentation of test cases and scripts, through to their own testing and liaising with both end users and developers throughout the testing process.  

Please find attached detailed job description for your reference

If you would like to be part of growing team and gain some real time experience in to new technologies, please do share your updated resume to Shilpa.Hiremath@intoglobal.comHQ.career@intoglobal.com 

 

For further details, a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice see https://intoglobal.com/jobs  

 

 

Sr Software Engineer - Fullstack Developer

We have an exciting opportunity for Senior Software Engineer-Fullstack to take a significant position within our existing team of developers, as we start a programme of new digital products rolling out over the next few years.

Our team of talented software engineers build in the latest C#, Asp.net, Angular, React, Sql, WebAPI and .NetCore. We are seeking someone who is interested in getting in on the ground floor of some ambitious projects, and who may be looking for an opportunity to drive the evolution of teams and best practices.  

This is an opportunity to be part of a friendly, collaborative development environment. We operate in an established scrum methodology, using leading tools and frameworks, and we build good code that we are proud of.  

The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, multi-tasker, and demonstrated team-player. You will be responsible for the development of new software products and enhancements to existing products. You should excel in working with large-scale applications and frameworks and have outstanding communication and leadership skills. 

You will work as part of the larger Digital Systems Team, including designers, POs and supporting BAs, which is at the heart of the company’s expansion plans. You will work across the full technology stack, participating in all aspects of inventing and implementing our new digital experiences:  

  • Website user interfaces 
  • Integrating data sources and back-end systems 
  • Integrating third-party products 

We want to hear from smart, creative, solutions-oriented engineers who may have experience as a  Software Developer / Website Developer / Full Stack Developer / Software Engineer or similar. If you feel you are good fir for the below Job description please drop an email with your updated resume to Shilpa.Hiremath@intoglobal.com

  

Please see the full description below.  To apply, please share your updated CV to: Shilpa Hiremath via email to: HQ.career@intoglobal.com  

 

Software Engineer - .Net FullStack - Bangalore

We have an exciting opportunity for Software Engineer (.Net Fullstack) to take a significant position within our existing team of developers, as we start a programme of new digital products rolling out over the next few years.

Our team of talented software engineers build in the latest C#, Asp.net, Angular, React, Sql, WebAPI and .NetCore. We are seeking someone who is interested in getting in on the ground floor of some ambitious projects, and who may be looking for an opportunity to drive the evolution of teams and best practices.  

This is an opportunity to be part of a friendly, collaborative development environment. We operate in an established scrum methodology, using leading tools and frameworks, and we build good code that we are proud of.  

The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, multi-tasker, and demonstrated team-player. You will be responsible for the development of new software products and enhancements to existing products. You should excel in working with large-scale applications and frameworks and have outstanding communication and leadership skills. 

You will work as part of the larger Digital Systems Team, including designers, POs and supporting BAs, which is at the heart of the company’s expansion plans. You will work across the full technology stack, participating in all aspects of inventing and implementing our new digital experiences:  

  • Website user interfaces 
  • Integrating data sources and back-end systems 
  • Integrating third-party products 

We want to hear from smart, creative, solutions-oriented engineers who may have experience as a  Software Developer / Website Developer / Full Stack Developer / Software Engineer or similar. If you feel you are good fir for the below Job description please drop an email with your updated resume to Shilpa.Hiremath@intoglobal.com

  

Please see the full description below.  To apply, please share your updated CV to: Shilpa Hiremath via email to: HQ.career@intoglobal.com  

 

HR Manager

Role context: 
Reporting to the HR Director, Asia this role will provide a professional HR service to the Regional Director and senior managers in India, providing quality, timely advice and interventions to mitigate risk where needed. To support and lead on the India people and culture agenda against the backdrop of the Centre’s business objectives. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Working closely with the Regional Director, South Asia and other key stakeholders, be responsible for the HR process and procedural setup of India entity.
  • To operate as an effective business partner to the Regional Director and other stakeholders.
  • Working with our Resourcing function, lead the recruitment for all employees.
  • To ensure the HR processes, service and systems support the aims of INTO, building effective stakeholder relationships at all levels within the business and the wider HR team.
  • To ensure that best practice processes and policy is applied to the HR administration relating to the employee lifecycle in line with statutory, regulatory and company compliance.
  • Utilise effective HR management information via the People Management System (Workday) to monitor recruitment, staffing levels (including teacher utilisation), absence and retention, employee costs, performance coaching processes and ensure that this information is used to review and influence effective change.
  • Contribute to the smooth running of payroll and effective working relationships with an outsourced payroll provider via the People Management System and other systems and processes to ensure that the payroll processes are accurate and compliant.
  • To ensure, working with the Regional Director, that managers and employees contribute to the effective relationships with payroll by carrying out their responsibilities on the People Management system (Workday).
  • Working with the Regional Director and other senior colleagues, ensure that best practice people and culture policy and processes are embedded to maximise fairness, equality, and diversity and support a high-performance culture.
  • Contribute to the attraction and retention of high performing employees by ensuring that effective, lawful selection and recruitment strategies are put in place and that managers are appropriately trained and make sound decisions.
  • Keep abreast of relevant changes in employment law and organisational development and communicate relevant changes in legislation to managers ensuring they are aware of their responsibilities.
  • Support the Regional Director and Senior Managers with the management and facilitation of change projects through effective communication, consultation, training and development.
  • Assist managers and the Regional Director with the championing and embedding of the broader INTO people strategy/agenda.
  • Contribute to the development of effective job evaluation and pay and grading processes.
  • Contribute to the development of an effective organisation structure that supports the “student promise” and reflects the financial constraints.
  • Work with the Region Director and Senior Managers to develop and maintain proactive and positive employee relations.
  • Refer high risk queries and case management to the central People Team to ensure that potential situations of organisational risk are escalated appropriately, and so additional resources and support can be allocated if needed.
  • Work as an effective team member with other HR colleagues across INTO offices and centres.
  • This role will require the individual to be familiar with the wider organisational structure and to have a good understanding of the working relationships across the organisation and the common policies and procedures.

 

Eligibility to work and travel freely to and from India.

 

Application Process:  

We are keen to start scheduling interviews as soon as possible, so if you wish to apply, then please email your CV and a covering letter explaining why you think you have the necessary skills for this role to Savannah Thomas, INTO Resourcing Team - hq.career@intoglobal.com 

 

Location

The post is based in Delhi. Travel within India and overseas may be necessary and flexibility is required to meet the demands of the post, including occasional weekend working. The post holder may be reasonably required to work from any INTO or partner location at any time.

 

About Us: 

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.  

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.  

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.  

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created ground-breaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes. 

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners. 

 

Safeguarding 

As part of our Safeguarding procedures, applicants are asked to note that: 

  • references will be followed up; 
  • all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily; 
  • proof of identity and (where applicable) qualifications will be required; 
  • reference requests will ask specifically whether there is any reason that they should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18; 
  • appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment. 

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions. 

For further details, a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice see https://intoglobal.com/jobs 

 

INTO is an equal opportunities employer. 

INTO is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people, and child protection screening will apply. 

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships and is committed to increasing access to education and improving the quality of education for disadvantaged young people around the world. INTO employees are encouraged to take an active role in INTO Giving.  To find out more please visit www.into-giving.com

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Senior Country Manager (Colombia)

After successfully establishing University Access Centres (UAC) in Vietnam and China, INTO is now expanding its presence in Latin America and is launching a brand new UAC in Bogota. 

The UAC is a new initiative designed to support a wide range of internationalisation priorities for participating universities, including the recruitment of additional students from key source markets and increasing profile and presence overseas to facilitate other in-market projects. The UAC also functions as the office base for INTO’s Regional Office staff in market and an INTO-owned Colombian education agency, and will be an English language testing venue. 

INTO is now recruiting for a Senior Country Manager (Colombia) to oversee all operations of, and functions within, the new Centre in Bogota. 

 

Accountabilities 

The Senior Country Manager will oversee all recruitment, marketing, and sales activity across Colombia and parts of the wider Latin America region and will be responsible for providing the overall leadership of the Centre in a manner that reflects the goals and values of INTO, the UAC, MAS Education, and participating universities, promoting the delivery of a world-class customer and stakeholder experience for all.  

This will include line management of full-time recruitment, marketing, and operational staff across multiple functions, as well as oversight of centre staff and University International Officers.  

In addition, and in collaboration with the Recruitment Director (Americas), this role will work to develop and implement strategies to increase international student recruitment and INTO brand awareness across the region. 

 

Location     

The position will be based in Bogota, Colombia and will involve some travel within – and responsibility for operations pertaining to – parts of the wider Latin America region. Occasional travel to the UK and US will also be necessary. 

 

Application Process 

Please click below to see the full JD. You can apply via email HQ.Career@intoglobal.com and include a cover letter with your CV. 

Operations Manager (Colombia)

After successfully establishing University Access Centres (UAC) in Vietnam and China, INTO is now expanding its presence in Latin America and is launching a brand new UAC in Bogota. 

The UAC is a new initiative designed to support a wide range of internationalisation priorities for participating universities, including the recruitment of additional students from key source markets and increasing profile and presence overseas to facilitate other in-market projects. The UAC also functions as the office base for INTO’s Regional Office staff in market and will be an English language testing venue. 

INTO is now recruiting for an Operations Manager to oversee all functions and operations of the new Centre in Bogota. 

  • Work closely with the Senior Country Manager (Colombia) to provide leadership, vision and management that enables INTO to deliver its strategic and operational objectives in Colombia. 
  • Together with recruitment staff, manage education agent relationships. 
  • Oversee and ensure optimal use of the CRM system by all staff, including leads queue management, task tracking, events and meeting recording, and regular data cleaning. 
  • Responsible for management and updates of the Local Education Agent Directory, Local Institution Directory, and Local Company Directory and other central resources.
  • Work closely with the testing team to ensure smooth daily testing and events operations. 
  • Ensure the implementation of an effective lead capture process. 
  • Be responsible for new staff orientation and training scheduling.
  • Oversee and ensure optimal day-to-day functionality of Bogota operations. 
  • Be responsible for the basic and practical financial management of Bogota operations. 
  • Work with the Senior Country Manager (Colombia) to organise and execute an annual schedule of events and support the execution of these events. 
  • Deliver reports and presentations to key stakeholders. 

 

Location     

This position is to be based in Bogota, Colombia.  

 

Application Process 

Please click below to see a full JD. You can apply via email HQ.Career@intoglobal.com and include a cover letter with your CV. 

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Academic Director

UWA College is The University of Western Australia’s own pathway course college. 
 
The college itself is operated and run under contract to the University by INTO University partnerships. 
 
INTO University partnerships is a global provider of pathway programme in partnership with 24 other Universities in both the UK and US. 

 

Job dimensions 

As a member of the academic UWA College Senior Management Team, you will support the UWA College Director in the delivery of the academic strategic and operational objectives of the College.  In addition to your key accountabilities, you will demonstrate role model behaviour and organisational compliance.  You will be required to deputise for and to represent the College Director as needed. 

You will have overall responsibility for all aspects of academic quality and teaching delivery, including the effective management and development of teaching and resource, excellent student experience and motivational staff leadership, whether face to face or digital learning.  There will be a substantial liaison function with external and internal stakeholders, in particular staff within the University of Western Australia. 

To manage a team of Programme Managers and academics. 

 

Key accountabilities and duties 

Strategic Responsibility 

  • Liaise with key stakeholders at UWA, including senior staff, with other appropriate bodies and within the INTO company.  
  • Maintain good relationships with all Stakeholders acting as a positive ambassador for UWA College. 
  • Provide the College Director with advice and support on all academic matters in light of commercial imperatives and financial targets. 
  • Contribute to the development and communication of College plans. 

  

Academic Leadership  

  • Provide effective management of quality inclusive teaching and learning to give students the best opportunity to maximise their academic potential and progress to their choice of study at UWA, whether face to face or digital learning. 
  • Ensure that all necessary strategies, policies and procedures are in place to assess and report on student performance and progression to key stakeholders. 
  • Develop, lead and co-ordinate face to face and digital teaching programmes and teaching resource, with an understanding of the College’s commercial targets, the maximising of student progression and optimum student satisfaction levels. 
  • Liaise with UWA on validation and accreditation processes. 
      

Leading and Managing  

  • Create an academic organisational structure that reflects the College goals and values, and enables the management of systems, structures and processes to work effectively in line with legal requirements, corporate requirements and budget. 

  

People Management  

  • Maintain and develop a strong, cohesive and productive Academic Team. 
  • Recruit, retain, develop and deploy staff. 
  • Manage the performance and development of all academic and academic related staff within the College.  
  • Develop, communicate and implement key policies and decisions. 
  • Provide staff with on-going support and guidance with regard to programme goals, curriculum, materials and methodology. 
  • Ensure that the Academic Team develops high employee engagement with an environment of fairness, equality, diversity where employees are respectful of each other. 

  

Finance 

  • Deploy resources optimally in line with budgets. 
  • Seek efficiency and optimisation of resources without compromising quality, to maximise profitability whilst maintaining quality. 

  

External Relationships 

  • Effectively engage with the regional sales team and the marketing team to ensure that quality students are enrolled in an effective and timely way. 
  • Effectively network and manage relationships within INTO University Partnerships and University stakeholders. 
  • Ensure that regular communication processes are in place to keep employees, students, parents, and IUP stakeholders fully informed of relevant matters, strategic and operational. 
  • Create an effective partnership with parents and support and improve students achievement, engagement and personal development. 

 

Pastoral Leadership and Wellbeing 

  • Supporting and promoting the highest standards of welfare for the students liaising with the Student Services team so that safeguarding is central to the College’s way of operating. 
  • Ensure that the pastoral care and wellbeing of students remains at the heart of all the College’s undertakings. 
  • Build a culture and curriculum that takes account of the diversity of students. 

 

 

Application process 

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and any supporting information to Kirsty Clear in the IUP Resourcing Team – HQ.Career@intoglobal.com  

   

Location 

The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWAC, part of the University of Western Australia.  

Admissions Advisor

UWA College is The University of Western Australia’s own pathway course college. 
 
The college itself is operated and run under contract to the University by INTO University partnerships. 
 
INTO University partnerships is a global provider of pathway programme in partnership with 24 other Universities in both the UK and US. 

 

Context 

Reporting to the Admissions Manager, the Admissions Advisor has the responsibility of processing student applications from enquiry through to enrolment. Processes can include data entry, assessment of applications, confirmation of students’ offers, verification and allocation of payments, booking accommodation and insurance.   

Accountabilities 

  • Assessment and administration of applications and associated processes for UWA College. 
  • Supporting superior levels of customer care and commitment to meeting strict response deadlines. 
  • Assessment of qualifications against the agreed academic criteria. 
  • Administration of GTE evaluations and setting up interviews. 
  • Ensuring students under 18 have approved accommodation and welfare arrangements in place.  
  • Administration of CoE’s and CAAW. 
  • Issuing various documents as required including Statements of Account and Invoices. 
  • Ensure all cash entries are correctly posted onto FinancialForce and payments are matched correctly to the invoice. 
  • Collecting and recording the arrival details for students accurately. 

 

Application process 

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and any supporting information to Kirsty Clear in the IUP Resourcing Team – HQ.Career@intoglobal.com  

 

Location 

The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWAC, part of the University of Western Australia.  

Assistant Director Marketing and Recruitment

UWA College is The University of Western Australia’s own pathway course college. 
 
The college itself is operated and run under contract to the University by INTO University partnerships. 
 
INTO University partnerships is a global provider of pathway programme in partnership with 24 other Universities in both the UK and US. 

 

Context 

Reporting to the College Director of UWA, the Assistant Director Marketing and Recruitment is responsible to maximise the recruitment of international students to UWA College by driving and supporting the recruitment and promotional activities of the INTO global sales team, spread across a network of overseas offices. 

You will be a passionate advocate of the UWA College student experience, ensuring the benefits are communicated successfully across a variety of media to all stakeholders. 

You will develop and implement strategies with colleagues in UWAC, UWA, the marketing teams and with our global sales teams, to recruit international students to UWA College and where applicable UWA degrees. 

 

Accountabilities 

Management 

  • Display a strong, creative, and proactive approach to management together with excellent leadership, interpersonal, communication and motivational skills. 
  • Promote best practice in all aspects of work, championing role-model behaviour. 
  • Build sound knowledge of all areas of the business and understand business challenges (Commercial, Financial, Academic and Economic). 
  • Deliver key input to the UWA College Management Team and UWA meetings. 
  • Manage key relationships within the College with UWA College Admissions, INTO Regional Offices, INTO Global Recruitment Unit, UWA Future Students and UWA Schools/Faculties. 
  • Manage an allocated budget. 

 

Student Recruitment 

  • Meet or exceed annual new student enrolment targets through effective sales and marketing strategies. 
  • Work with UWA College and UWA colleagues to drive recruitment. 
  • Work with INTO Regional Offices team to drive activity that ensures UWA College enrolment targets are met. 
  • Deliver strategic input into the launch of new products. 
  • Analyse, recommend, and present marketing, promotional and/or advertising opportunities to support student recruitment to the College. 
  • Provide ongoing training, support, and detailed product knowledge to the INTO Global Recruitment Unit team. 
  • Lead the planning and delivery of excellent inbound customer experiences with UWA College, including agent familiarisation (in-person and digital), College and campus tours, and scheduled and ad-hoc visits from prospective students, parents, and agents. 

 

Marketing 

  • Work with the UWA College Director to drive strategic marketing campaigns and activities for the college. 
  • Develop tactical marketing campaigns to promote UWA College initiatives. 
  • Liaise proactively with INTO and UWA Marketing teams to ensure the College is represented appropriately and compliantly in print and digital media. 
  • Act as custodian for the UWA, UWA College and INTO brands. 

 

Customer Service 

  • Liaise closely with UWA College Admissions to encourage an efficient, customer-centred approach to the student application and enrolment process. 
  • Assist Regional Offices to ensure recruitment education advisors receive the appropriate levels of customer service. 
  • Suggest and make improvements to customer service at all levels within the organisation. 

 

 

Application process 

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and any supporting information to Kirsty Clear in the IUP Resourcing Team – HQ.Career@intoglobal.com  

 

Location 

The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWAC, part of the University of Western Australia. The position will involve you undertaking overseas and interstate travel to support recruitment and promotional activities, as required, and pending government approvals post pandemic. 

UWA College Director

UWA College is The University of Western Australia’s own pathway course college. 
 
The college itself is operated and run under contract to the University by INTO University partnerships. 
 
INTO University partnerships is a global provider of pathway programme in partnership with 24 other Universities in both the UK and US. 

 

Context 

Reporting to the SVP, Global Projects (UK) the College Director will provide leadership to UWA College and to manage the partner relationships (INTO and University of Western Australia) effectively and proactively to enable delivery of the strategic and operational goals of the College. 

The College Director will provide leadership and direction, which creates an environment in which all members of the College community (students and employees) have a sense of purpose and feel valued and motivated. 

You will run the College efficiently, whilst maximising progression rates to the University by delivering a high-quality learning and study environment for students. You will build effective relationships within the University executive and staff. 

 

Accountabilities 

Academic Leadership  

  • Provide effective management of quality inclusive teaching and learning to give students the best opportunity to maximise their academic potential and progress to their choice of UWA course. 
  • Ensure that all necessary strategies, policies and procedures are in place and followed to drive student performance and progression and assess and report on them to key stakeholders. 

 

Leading and Managing the Organisation 

  • Create an organisational structure that reflects the College goals and values, and enables the management of systems, structures and processes to work effectively. 
  • Establish and maintain necessary systems and processes for measuring and reviewing organisational progress and development in line with INTO University Partnerships (IUP) and UWA policies. 
  • Provide dynamic, consistent and motivational leadership for the College and its employees. 
  • Develop and present a coherent, understandable and accurate account of the College’s performance to a range of audiences including IUP and UWA stakeholders, agents, regional managers and other third parties.  

  

Our People  

  • Maintain and develop a strong, cohesive and productive Senior Management Team. 
  • Recruit, retain, develop and deploy staff appropriately and assist in managing their workload to achieve the goals of the UWA College. 
  • Ensure that College leadership develops high employee engagement with an environment of fairness, equality, diversity where employees are respectful of each other and responsible for their contribution to a positive work environment. 

 

Finance 

  • Agree, manage and communicate the budget with key stakeholders. 
  • Deploy resources optimally in line with budgets. 
  • Ensure the financial affairs of UWA College comply with statutory requirements, those of the auditors and internal procedures. 

  

External Relationships 

  • Effectively engage with the Recruitment and Marketing teams to ensure that quality students are enrolled in an effective manner.                         
  • Effectively network and manage relationships with IUP and University stakeholders, agents and other key internal and external stakeholders, including regulators and government departments. 
  • Ensure that regular communication processes are in place to keep employees, students, parents and IUP stakeholders fully informed of relevant matters, strategic and operational. 
  • Create and maintain an effective partnership with parents as appropriate, and support and improve students’ achievement, engagement and personal development. 

 

Facilities 

  • Responsible for providing safe and good systems of care for residential students in relation to accommodation, catering, welfare and social programmes and ensure that good communication systems are in place between employees and students. 
  • Provide for the academic, physical, spiritual, moral, social, emotional and cultural wellbeing of students. 
     

Pastoral Leadership and Wellbeing 

  • Be committed to and promote the highest standards of welfare for the students, ensuring safeguarding is central to UWA College’s way of operating. 
  • Ensure that the pastoral care and wellbeing of students remains at the heart of all the College’s undertakings and meets students and parents’ expectations. 
  • Contribute towards a culture and curriculum that takes account of the diversity of students and staff. 

 

 

Application process 

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and any supporting information to Kirsty Clear in the IUP Resourcing Team – HQ.Career@intoglobal.com  

 

Location 

The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWAC, part of the University of Western Australia. 

Head of Student Services

UWA College is The University of Western Australia’s own pathway course college. 
 
The college itself is operated and run under contract to the University by INTO University partnerships. 
 
INTO University partnerships is a global provider of pathway programme in partnership with 24 other Universities in both the UK and US. 

 

Context 

Reporting to the UWA College, the Head of Student Services will ensure high levels of student satisfaction, by delivering high quality student support, including welfare, student administration, accommodation and social activities.  

You will provide sound judgement and advice to the College Director in relation to enhancing the student experience and minimising organisational risk, particularly around immigration and safeguarding legislation. 

You will be directly responsible for the Student Services Team, whose responsibility is to enhance the experience of students studying at the College by managing the operation of student services. 

 

Accountabilities 

Student Support and Welfare 

  • To provide a duty of care to all our students, paying particular attention to those aged under 18, including to propose and monitor caregiver companies who can provide care and support for under 18 students. 
  • To communicate safeguarding responsibilities across the College including those relating to radicalisation, LGBTQ+ and mental health. 
  • To be up to date and responsive to government legislation on all aspects of safeguarding within education.  
  • To draft and review and implement any relevant policies or procedures relating to international students and their accommodation, welfare and immigration status in consultation with the College Director and appropriate UWA College, UWA and IUP employees.
  • To deal directly with student welfare issues. 
  • To oversee all non-academic behaviour and disciplinary issues. 
  • To deliver a student orientation programme. 
  • To run a front desk and telephone service to support the students and UWA College. 
  • To manage the arrival of students into the College ensuring that all services provided are joined up, consistent and of a high-quality. 
  • To respond to non-academic student complaints. 
  • To respond appropriately to student welfare and support emergencies, including out of hours.  

 

Student Administration 

  • To liaise with UWA College Admissions regarding admissions strategy. 
  • To ensure compliance with and provide training on Australia’s visa regulations. 
  • To ensure that students are issued with correct paperwork in relation to OSHC, banking, and visa renewals. 
  • To ensure that all student records are maintained and kept up to date to ensure compliance with UWA, INTO and Australian National policies and regulations.  

 

Accommodation 

  • To ensure students accommodation preferences are met where possible and that student satisfaction remains high with regards to their living arrangements. 
  • To ensure that both homestay and residential accommodation meets the standards required by relevant accreditation schemes. 
  • To liaise and negotiate with accommodation providers to source suitable accommodation. 
  • To oversee the allocation of student accommodation in residence and homestay. 
  • To monitor behaviour within the residences to ensure resident students enjoy a good living experience. 
  • To ensure that the under 18s or vulnerable students are carefully monitored. 
  • To ensure that Health and Safety issues within residences are reported and resolved. 

 

Social Activities 

  • To co-ordinate and manage a range of social activities, including a self-funded social programme. 
  • To ensure that risk assessments are carried out. 
  • To encourage development of a student peer support network through the social programme. 

 

Other 

  • To establish and maintain good working relationships with the UWA and peers and colleagues at INTO Centres. 
  • To establish and maintain good working relationships with the recruitment and marketing teams, helping to provide marketing material. 
  • To manage the department within agreed budgets. 
  • To be responsible for relevant financial record keeping and to work with College and IUP Finance teams to ensure that financial commitments are monitored and controlled. 
  • To take overall responsibility for the emergency out of hours phone service, including to work outside of office hours when required. 
  • To be a key holder and emergency contact for the College where applicable. 

 

 

Application process 

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and any supporting information to Kirsty Clear in the IUP Resourcing Team – HQ.Career@intoglobal.com  

 

Location 

The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWAC, part of the University of Western Australia. Occasional travel within Australia and internationally may be required, pending government guidelines, post pandemic.  

Admissions Manager

UWA College is The University of Western Australia’s own pathway course college. 
 
The college itself is operated and run under contract to the University by INTO University partnerships. 
 
INTO University partnerships is a global provider of pathway programme in partnership with 24 other Universities in both the UK and US. 

 

Context 

The Admissions team has a remit to assess and process applications for UWA College and to deliver the best customer experience from the first enquiry through to enrolment.  

Reporting to the Head of Student Services, the Admissions Manager will be responsible for the Admissions Team, its members, and all duties of the team. 

You will deliver key input into the UWA College Management Team and UWA meetings, and work with INTO Admissions teams in the UK, US, and Hong Kong to develop and implement processes and best practice. 

 

Accountabilities 

  • Work with the UWA College Director and the Head of Student Services to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of the Admissions Department. 
  • Develop effective working relationships with the university, agents, students and other INTO customers. 
  • Line management of the Admissions Team members including recruitment, training, performance management and appraisals.  
  • Ensuring the Admissions Team deliver superior levels of customer service and agreed turnaround times. 
  • Evaluate applications and make decisions regarding suitability for academic enrolment for courses, against the agreed academic criteria. 
  • Responsible for data accuracy across all systems used by admissions, with the aim of zero errors.  
  • Responsible to ensure GTE checks and interviews are conducted, with the aim of no visa rejections. 
  • Ensure all student under 18 have appropriate accommodation and welfare arrangements in place prior to the issuing of the Confirmation of Enrolment and Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation and Welfare (CAAW) Form. 
  • Responsible for compliance with relevant regulatory bodies and legislation.  
  • Develop and provide regular reports. 
  • Working closely with the Regional Recruitment Team to support the recruitment of students to meet agreed targets 

 

Application process 

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and any supporting information to Kirsty Clear in the IUP Resourcing Team – HQ.Career@intoglobal.com  

 

Location 

The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWAC, part of the University of Western Australia. 

Learning Technologist

UWA College is The University of Western Australia’s own pathway course college. 
 
The college itself is operated and run under contract to the University by INTO University partnerships. 
 
INTO University partnerships is a global provider of pathway programme in partnership with 24 other Universities in both the UK and US. 

 

Context 

On reflection of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, UWA College will develop all courses to be available online, and the Learning Technologist is key to a successful transition into online learning. 

You will be supporting the College programme delivery, as well as acting as a consultant in how our e-learning products can be developed further to meet with the company’s high standard, with the student experience at the heart of all decisions. 

The Learning Technologist is responsible for the pedagogical design of online and blended delivery courses. Additionally, they are required to ensure that stakeholders responsible for delivering online content within courses, are appropriately trained in how to do so.  

The Learning Technologist would work closely with the Academic Director and the Course Leaders to develop all new courses to be taught fully online.  

 

Accountabilities 

Course Development 

  • Work with SMEs and the Academic Lead to develop curricula and learning designs for new online or blended courses.  
  • Develop activities and learning materials for new courses. 
  • Produce proposals for new activity or platform features optimised for specific courses with clear presentations of learning outcomes and methodologies for delivery. 
  • Work collaboratively with subject matter experts (SMEs) to produce high quality instructional content, scripts or resources and assessments which are learner-centred within programme guidelines and reflecting best practice. 
  • Undertake the build, development and configuration of Blackboard courses against clear design specifications and business requirements. 
  • Write test scripts for all content testing processes working closely with test managers and teams. 
  • Implement fixes arising from content testing processes. 
  • Analyse and prototype Blackboard plugin solutions adding value to content delivery and supporting end user engagement. 
  • Analyse and implement design solutions ensuring they are in keeping with UWA’s design and useability guidelines. 

  

End user experience  

  • Deploy principles of UX design to ensure an exceptional end user experience for staff & students, providing clear and intuitive navigation and instructional text to scaffold the learning journey. 
  • Promote the use of learning technology across the INTO business to enhance learning and the staff/student online experience. 

 

Quality assurance and compliance 

  • Execute the planning, production/post-production and quality assurance of professional infographics, animations, interactive multimedia and videos. 
  • Ensure the course development and its media content meets the quality assurance standards and author expectations. 
  • Ensure approach to and execution of content development follows Learning Solutions style guides. 
  • Support the Senior Operations & Projects Manager in evaluating utilisation and end user engagement with the courses. 
  • Validate the quality of online learning content with robust quality assurance processes. 

 

Product Delivery 

  • Investigate and resolve issues affecting live courses. 
  • Work closely with other e-learning leads within INTO, providing ongoing guidance and support to effectively deliver blended and online courses. 
  • Following Performance Coaching framework with online tutors. 
  • Assure that teachers are trained in the use of technology in combination with live lesson management. 

 

Application process 

The role sits within UWA College's Teaching and Learning team and is a 12 month fixed term role with the possibility of a permanent position, if successful.   

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and any supporting information to Kirsty Clear in the IUP Resourcing Team – HQ.Career@intoglobal.com  

 

Location 

The position is based in Perth, on-site at UWAC, part of the University of Western Australia. 

Academic Skills Tutor

Role context:  

Reporting to the UWA College Programme Manager, the Academic Tutor should be able to teach Academic and Communication Skills at the equivalence of AQF levels 4 and 5 (Foundation and Diploma programmes).  This role is responsible for the development of accredited units and will work closely with management to ensure that quality and standards are maintained.   

Teaching a variety of students from a variety of countries, cultural backgrounds and different language levels is a huge part of the role and so the ability to communicate effectively at all levels is essential.   

It is expected that your teaching will initially be delivered online.  

 

Responsibilities:  

  • To develop, teach and assess Academic and Communication Skills units at Foundation and Diploma level, following unit outlines provided.  
  • To design purposeful and appropriate lesson plans that provide for effective teaching strategies and meet the individual needs of students.
  • To prepare, select and use teaching-learning materials for international students (including the use of textbooks, in-house materials and self-created materials) 
  • To provide oral and written feedback to students and other stakeholders (e.g. programme managers, pastoral tutors and parents)  
  • To adapt it to the teaching circumstances as necessary, such as the ability to switch from in-person delivery to online delivery.   
  • To attend regular staff and student representative meetings.  
  • To set and mark both formative and summative coursework, complying to quality assurance processes as necessary and keeping reliable records of scores achieved. 
  • To maintain accurate records of student attendance and academic progress, and to produce periodic reports at the request of the Programme Manager.  
  • To work throughout the academic year with the programme manager on all aspects of unit development. 

 

Eligibility to work and travel freely to and from Australia. 

 

Application Process:   

The closing date for applications will be Monday 01st November, so if you wish to apply, then please email your CV and a covering letter explaining why you think you have the necessary skills for this role to INTO Resourcing Team - hq.career@intoglobal.com  

 

About Us: 

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.   

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.   

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.   

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created ground-breaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes.  

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners.  

 

Safeguarding  

As part of our Safeguarding procedures, applicants are asked to note that:  

  • references will be followed up;  
  • all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily;  
  • proof of identity and (where applicable) qualifications will be required;  
  • reference requests will ask specifically whether there is any reason that they should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18 
  • appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment.  

 

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.  

 

For further details, a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice see https://intoglobal.com/jobs  

INTO is an equal opportunities employer.  

INTO is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people, and child protection screening will apply.  

 

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships and is committed to increasing access to education and improving the quality of education for disadvantaged young people around the world. INTO employees are encouraged to take an active role in INTO Giving.  To find out more please visit www.into-giving.com 

 

Chemistry Lecturer

Role context:  

Reporting to the UWA College Programme Manager, the Chemistry Lecturer should be able to teach Chemistry at the equivalence of AQF levels 4 and 5 (Foundation and Diploma programmes).  This role will be responsible for the development of accredited units and will work closely with management to ensure that quality and standards are maintained.   

Teaching a variety of students from a variety of countries, cultural backgrounds and different language levels is a huge part of the role and so the ability to communicate effectively at all levels is essential.   

It is expected that your teaching will initially be delivered online.  

 

Responsibilities: 
 

  • To develop, teach and assess Chemistry units at Foundation and Diploma level, the following unit outlines provided 
  • To design purposeful and appropriate lesson plans that provide for effective teaching strategies and meet the individual needs of students
  • To prepare, select and use teaching-learning materials for international students (including the use of textbooks, in-house materials and self-created materials) 
  • To set up experiments, educating students on lab safety and ensuring all experiments are carried out responsibly
  • To provide oral and written feedback to students and other stakeholders (e.g. programme managers, pastoral tutors and parents)  
  • To adapt it to the teaching circumstances as necessary, such as the ability to switch from in-person delivery to online delivery.
  • To attend regular staff and student representative meetings.  
  • To set and mark both formative and summative coursework, complying to quality assurance processes as necessary and keeping reliable records of scores achieved.  
  • To maintain accurate records of student attendance and academic progress, and to produce periodic reports at the request of the Programme Manager.  
  • To work throughout the academic year with the programme manager on all aspects of unit development.  
  • Your job title does not define or limit your duties and you may be required to carry out other work within your abilities from time to time at our request.
  • We reserve the right to introduce changes in line with technological developments which may impact your job duties or methods of working.  

 

Eligibility to work and travel freely to and from Australia. 

 

Application Process:   

The closing date for applications will be Monday 01st November, so if you wish to apply, then please email your CV and a covering letter explaining why you think you have the necessary skills for this role to INTO Resourcing Team - hq.career@intoglobal.com 

 

About Us:  

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.   

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.   

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.   

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created ground-breaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes.  

 

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners.  

 

Safeguarding  

As part of our Safeguarding procedures, applicants are asked to note that:  

  • references will be followed up;  
  • all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily;  
  • proof of identity and (where applicable) qualifications will be required;  
  • reference requests will ask specifically whether there is any reason that they should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18 
  • appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment.  

 

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.  

For further details, a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice see https://intoglobal.com/jobs 

INTO is an equal opportunities employer.  

INTO is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people, and child protection screening will apply.  

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships and is committed to increasing access to education and improving the quality of education for disadvantaged young people around the world. INTO employees are encouraged to take an active role in INTO Giving.  To find out more please visit www.into-giving.com 

 

Mathematics Lecturer

Role context: 

Reporting to the UWA College Programme Manager, The Maths Lecturer should be able to teach Mathematics at the equivalence of AQF levels 4 and 5 (Foundation and Diploma programmes). This person will be responsible for the development of accredited units and will work closely with management to ensure that quality and standards are maintained.

Teaching a variety of students from a variety of countries, cultural backgrounds and different language levels is a huge part of the role and so the ability to communicate effectively at all levels is essential.

It is expected that your teaching will initially be delivered online.

 

Responsibilities:

  • To develop, teach and assess Mathematics units at Foundation and Diploma level, following unit outlines provided
  • To design purposeful and appropriate lesson plans that provide for effective teaching strategies and meet the individual needs of students
  • To prepare, select and use teaching-learning materials for international students (including the use of textbooks, in-house materials and self-created materials)
  • To provide oral and written feedback to students and other stakeholders (e.g. programme managers, pastoral tutors and parents)
  • To adapt it to the teaching circumstances as necessary, such as the ability to switch from in-person delivery to online delivery.
  • To attend regular staff and student representative meetings.
  • To set and mark both formative and summative coursework, complying to quality assurance processes as necessary and keeping reliable records of scores achieved.
  • To maintain accurate records of student attendance and academic progress, and to produce periodic reports at the request of the Programme Manager.
  • To work throughout the academic year with the programme manager on all aspects of unit development.

 

Eligibility to work and travel freely to and from Australia.  

Application Process:  

The closing date for applications will be Monday 01st November, so if you wish to apply, then please email your CV and a covering letter explaining why you think you have the necessary skills for this role to INTO Resourcing Team - hq.career@intoglobal.com 

 

About Us: 

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.  

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.  

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.  

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created ground-breaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes. 

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners. 

Safeguarding 

As part of our Safeguarding procedures, applicants are asked to note that: 

  • references will be followed up; 
  • all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily; 
  • proof of identity and (where applicable) qualifications will be required; 
  • reference requests will ask specifically whether there is any reason that they should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18
  • appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment. 

 

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions. 

 

For further details, a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice see https://intoglobal.com/jobs 

 

INTO is an equal opportunities employer. 

INTO is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people, and child protection screening will apply. 

 

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships a

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Assistant Head of Student Services

Reporting line 

The Assistant Head of Student Services reports to the Head of Student Services.  

 

Job purpose 

  • To support the Head of Student Services by taking responsibility in the operations and day to day running of the Student Services team. 
  • To ensure high levels of student satisfaction, by supporting the managers within the team to deliver high quality student support, including welfare, student administration, accommodation and social activities.  
  • Provide sound judgement and advice to the Head of Student Services in relation to enhancing the student experience. 
  • To understand the centre’s duty of care to various categories of students studying within the centre. Working closely with the Head of Student Services to ensure those risks are minimised through the operations of the Student Services team. 

 

Job dimensions 

  • As a member of the Centre’s Management Team, you will support the Head of Student Services in the delivery of the operational objectives of the Student Services team. In addition to your key accountabilities you will demonstrate role model behaviour and organisational compliance. 
  • You will have line management responsibilities for members of the Student Services Team 
  • You will be required to deputise for the Head of Student Services when required and as appropriate. 
  • You will work with the Head of Student Services in developing and streamlining operations, policies and best practice. 

 

Student Support, Welfare & Safeguarding 

  • To oversee the daily operations of the Student Services team 
  • To assist the Head of Student Services to make sure the team maintain high standards when providing a duty of care to all our students. That a particular focus is paid to those aged under 18 in the context of national and local safeguarding legislation. 
  • To keep updated on relevant national guidelines and legislation in relation to international students and student welfare. Attending appropriate training when required by the Head of Student Services.  
  • To assist the Head of Student Services to deliver training to the team and the wider Centre team on an biannual basis. 
  • To support the Accommodation and Welfare Manager in dealing with daily student welfare issues, referring to the Head of Student Services as and when required. Escalating serious causes of concern to the Head of Student Services/Safeguarding Board when required.  
  • To support the Head of Student Services to oversee all non-academic behaviour and disciplinary issues. Conducting investigations upon the Head of Student Services or Centre Director’s request. 
  • To work with the department managers to deliver a student arrivals and induction programme ensuring that students are knowledgeable and informed at the start of, and during their time in the Centre. Ensuring that all services provide joined up, consistent and high-quality delivery. 
  • To respond appropriately to student welfare and/or support emergencies, including out of hours on a rota basis with the Head of Student Services.   

  
Student Administration 

  • To assist the department managers in ensuring students are fully registered on all INTO systems and all documents for UKVI requirements are captured as soon as possible after student arrival. 
  • To assist the Student Services Admissions and Compliance team to ensure BRP’s are issued to students in a timely manner at busy periods of the year.  
  • To deputise for the Head of Student Services as a member of the Points Based System (PBS) Compliance Joint Meeting Board as and when required.    
  • To work with department managers to ensure student information is kept up to date and student details and data are retained, updated and checked on a regular basis. 
  • Provide support to the Head of Student Services in conducting department audits 
  • To work with department managers, providing operational support across Student Services as and when required.  
  • To support the department managers in promoting student surveys and capturing of feedback mechanisms. 

 

Accommodation and Arrivals 

  • To support the Accommodation and Welfare Manager in day to day operations of accommodation needs. Meeting student accommodation preferences, where possible, to support student satisfaction with regards to their living experience 
  • To assist the Accommodation and Welfare Manager to put processes in place to maximum occupancy within the INTO residences. Identify issues that may affect this and work with the Accommodation and Welfare Manager to overcome. Highlighting to the Head of Student Services any potential risk to occupancy levels, when required. 
  • To lead on arrival periods for students. Making arrangements for the safe collection and transfers of students to and from the airport. Organising airport support, rota staff to provide a seamless service to our students. 
  • To ensure that processes around the under 18s or vulnerable students are carefully monitored and implemented by the Student Services team. Reporting any concerns to the Head of Student Services in a timely manner. 

 

Social Activities 

  • To work with the department managers in creating and promoting a range of social activities are available to student during their time at the Centre.  
  • Promoting an environment of sharing and team effort in promoting student activities which promote a positive student experience and high satisfaction rates  

 

Staff Management 

  • To directly line manage the department managers; Accommodation and Welfare Manager and the Admissions Manager. 
  • To line manage the Language Support Officer.  
  • To inspire and be a positive member of the Student Services team and help influence staff who contribute to the student experience.  
  • Work with the Head of Student Services to oversee the performance and development of the Student Services team. To offer support and suggestions for service improvements to the Head of Student Services.
  • To promote a collaborative working environment to maintain and enhance the quality of the student experience.

 

Other 

  • To establish and maintain good working relationships with the partner University and peers and colleagues at INTO Centres; 
  • To be part of the cover rota for the Out of Hours Emergency Phone cover provided by INTO Manchester to its students.  
  • To work outside of office hours, and on some occasions at weekends.
  • Occasional travel overseas and within the UK may be required. 

 

Location 

  • INTO Manchester Centre, Bridgewater House, 58-60 Whitworth Street, Manchester, M1 6LT 

 
Closing date: 14th October 2021.

 

Application process: 

Please click below to see the full JD. To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to Kirsty Clear at HQ.Career@intoglobal.com

 

Academic Support Officer

We are looking for a dynamic individual, educated to degree standard, who has strong IT,
communication and organisational skills. Experience of working in Higher Education and with
international students would be an advantage.

Closing date: Friday 29th October 2021 Noon

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Student Services Receptionist

INTO University of Exeter has a vacancy for a receptionist on a permanent, full-time basis
As a member of our Student Services Team, the successful candidate will be responsible for
providing a responsive and supportive Reception service to staff, students and visitors.


Closing Date for applications is 6th October 2021

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IT Support Technician

INTO UEA are now recruiting for an IT Support Technician.  This role will provide customer focused IT support to all employees and students within the INTO Centre, providing software, hardware and user support for a variety of IT systems used across the Centre, the post holder will be required to ensure that all IT and audio visual equipment in teaching rooms is maintained to effectively support learning and teaching.  

Working hours can be flexible and worked around teaching in the Centre.

The closing date for applications is 17th October 2021

Weekend Facilities Assistant

INTO University of East Anglia is now looking to appoint a weekend Facilities Assistant, reporting to the Facilities Manager.
The post holder will required to handle internal and external telephone calls, undertake  some reception duties as well being responsible for maintaining a  high standard of security and customer care throughout the INTO centre for the resident students and staff, during the weekend.

Closing date of 24th October 2021.

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Interim Senior HR Business Partner

Interim Senior HRBP - 6 month FTC 

  • We're seeking an interim hands-on Senior HR Business Partner, to lead on the delivery of a HR generalist service to our corporate HQ in Brighton, and wider global locations. 
  • With the support of the HRBP and HR Administrator, this is very much a generalist role where you will be working across a full spectrum of HR, including: performance related pay, performance coaching, management development, ER, on-boarding, and working closely with the Resourcing Manager.  
  • We use Workday, so you’ll utilise this to effectively monitor recruitment, absence and retention, employee costs and performance coaching processes.
  • INTO’s environment is a fast paced, you’ll support managers with the delivery of change projects through communication, consultation, training and development.  

 

Location     

We’re lucky to be based in the heart of Brighton, with access to some of the best coffee in the UK, delicious food options, parks, gyms and the seafront all within walking distance. The central location means excellent transport links just a short stroll away.  

We would ask that you’re able to commit to 2 days a week in the office, when they re-open.  

Brighton is our global HQ with around 400 employees, it's the home of functions such as Finance, Marketing, IT, HR, Legal, Operations, amongst others.    

 

Please click below to see the full JD. You can apply by sending your CV to Kirsty Clear, Senior Resourcing Manager: HQ.career@intoglobal.com.  

HR Administrator

We have a new role for an HR Administrator, to support the core HR & Resourcing function at INTO, primarily focused on delivering excellent HR administration support for the Brighton HQ and wider global business.  

 

The role will be very busy and varied and include:  

 

  • Maintaining HR systems, including the support of new functionality roll-out (We use Workday)  
  • Maintaining and supporting HR processes, updating and improving where appropriate  
  • Own the HR email inbox, responding to 1st line enquiries, or escalating where appropriate   
  • Acting as a point of contact and providing advice on terms and conditions of employment 
  • Providing admin support to HR projects and key HR initiatives 
  • Managing onboarding administration including producing employment offer letters and contracts, managing employment checks and organising inductions  
  • Managing internal resourcing administration, including employment change letters and contracts 
  • Supporting processing of payroll 

 

Ideally, you should have some administrative skills, with a strong eye for detail and a focussed approach. Strong customer service should come naturally to you, with a passion for being responsive and supportive.  

 

Any experience of working in HR functions would be helpful, although not essential. 

 

Most of all, you should want to build your career within an HR function.  

 

 

Location   

We’re lucky to be based in the heart of Brighton, with access to some of the best coffee in the UK, delicious food options, parks, gyms and the seafront all within walking distance. The central location means excellent transport links just a short stroll away.  

 

We would ask that you’re able to commit to 2-3 days a week in the office when they re-open.  

 

Brighton is our global HQ with around 400 employees, it's the home of functions such as Finance, Marketing, IT, HR, Legal, Operations, amongst others.  

 

To apply, please contact Savannah Thomas at HQ.Career@intoglobal.com

Lead Software Engineer

  • Opportunity to take a significant position within our Digital Systems team.  
  • Flexibility to be based from home, or in the heart of Brighton.   
  • You’ll be working with a team of passionate, talented developers who are technology wizards. 

We want to hear from smart, tech savvy and inquisitive lead/senior developers who are keen to work with the latest technology, leading engineers who are perfecting code for high traffic business critical websites.  

Reporting to the Software Engineering Director, you'll take a significant position within our Digital Systems team, and will be responsible for ensuring that software is being delivered is of a high standard in terms of fit for purpose, application design, and code quality.    

This is hands-on role but will require hands off leadership responsibilities such as coaching and mentoring of other developers, and interaction with stakeholders inside and outside of IT.   

  • Leading their teams in devising solutions to business problems that are aligned to business objectives and architectural guidelines.   
  • Ensuring standards and practices are observed, by coaching other developers and helping them improve their skills and understanding.     
  • Actively seeking to improve not only the software but also the working practices within the team.   
  • Coaching other developers through demonstration of better coding practices and helping to improve their skills and understanding.  

  

Ideally you’ll have experience in Angular OR React, and .Net.  

CICD experience would be a huge advantage, and any experience in Kubernetes.  

Most of all, you should be a passionate coach and leader, who is confident in bridging the gap between technology and people, and making sure thigs are being done in the right way, at the right time.  

 

Location      

Even throughout the pandemic, we have maintained a friendly working environment in our Brighton head office which includes opportunities to join in with lots of social activities, get involved with our own charity organisation and much more. 

We offer flexible working, not just through these uncertain times but indefinitely. We are based in Brighton and would ask that you’re flexible to come into the office from time to time, when they re-open.      

We’re lucky to be based in the heart of Brighton, with access to some of the best coffee in the UK, delicious food options, parks, gyms and the seafront all within walking distance. The central location means excellent transport links just a short stroll away.   

  

About Us    

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.  

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.  

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.  

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created groundbreaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes. 

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners.    

 

Please refer to the job description below for the necessary skills and experience required. To apply, send your CV and any supporting information to: Kirsty Clear hq.career@intoglobal.com  

Organisation Development Manager

  • Perfect someone from an HR background with experience in performance management, talent and engagement.  
  • Learning and Development and Global experience would be an additional plus! 
  • Fulltime/ Part-time hours available 

 

 

Context 

Reporting to the Vice President, Organisation Development, this position will manage a myriad of Organisation Development processes, projects, and initiatives to continuously improve INTO’s employee experience and develop INTO as a learning organisation. With INTO’s People/HR strategy evolving, the role is responsible for the global management of these initiatives on a day-to-day basis as well as providing sound insight and recommendations to all connected stakeholders to continuously improve and enhance these initiatives. The role is to work closely with the Vice President Organisation Development as well as colleagues within their own team, within the global People team and with business stakeholders. 

 

Accountabilities 

  • A natural passion for people (including their motivations, behaviours and what drives engagement and performance), curious and persistent in driving positive change and willingness to challenge processes and ways of working to optimise people and business performance  
  • Design and implementation of processes and people orientated tech solutions to smoothen the employee experience.  
  • A strong business mindset to always generate value for INTO.  
  • Analytical and data-driven decision-making and change management.  
  • Effective communication, tailoring content to the right audience, gaining influence, and driving change.  
  • The ability to bring plenty of insights and evidence to the business, helping to inform decisions and bring outside learning ‘in’  

 

Application process 

Please refer to the job description for this post for the necessary skills and experience required.  Send your CV along with a covering letter stating why you are suitable for the role and where you saw it advertised to: Savannah Thomas via email to: HQ.career@intoglobal.com  

 

We offer flexible working, not just through these uncertain times but indefinitely. We are based in Brighton and would ask that you are able to commit to 1-2 days a week in the office when they re-open.  

 

Location     

We are lucky to be based in the heart of Brighton, with access to some of the best coffee in the UK, delicious food options, parks, gyms and the seafront all within walking distance. The central location means excellent transport links just a short stroll away.    

 

 

About Us   

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.  

 

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.  

 

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.  

 

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created ground-breaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes. 

 

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners.    

 

    

For a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice: https://intoglobal.com/jobs    

    

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships and is committed to increasing access to education and improving the quality of education for disadvantaged young people around the world. INTO employees are encouraged to take an active role in INTO Giving.  

Scrum Master

We are seeking an experienced Scrum Master to join the Delivery Team in the Digital Systems software development group.  
 
You will be part of our team of Scrum Masters who guide and nurture teams to deliver new software products on the most up to date tech stack, working with teams located in India, Eastern Europe and the UK.  

INTO is ramping up our program of new business-facing digital products, so you will be helping to shape our transition to a larger scale of agile operations, by promoting best practice, and providing input to improve our working and reporting processes.   

Maintaining and enriching our friendly team culture is important to us and we are particularly interested in people with an interest in coaching and mentoring teams other than the ones for which they are directly responsible. 

We are looking for someone with demonstrable experience in a similar role, with a good working knowledge of Agile methodologies, techniques, and frameworks such Scrum and Kanban.    

 

We offer flexible working, not just through these uncertain times but indefinitely. We are based in Brighton and would ask that you’re able to commit to a couple of days a month in the office.  

 

Please click below to see the full job description. 

To apply for this role, please contact Kirsty Clear with your CV, cover letter and any supporting information at hq.career@intoglobal.com.

Data Integration Manager

The global data team, based in Brighton, manage INTO’s data platforms, integrations and management information across the UK and USA. 

Reporting to the VP of Enterprise Information, you will be managing a Data Hub on behalf of the business as we expand and develop our digital business.  

To be successful in this role you should have solid experience as a Data Manager and be comfortable managing programs in a fast-paced environment using Agile methodologies.  You will have worked extensively with data and partners - not necessarily in the education sector, although that would be desirable.   

You should be a tenacious and resilient individual, who enjoys being the advocate of their product/s and can manage multiple senior stakeholders.   

You will have a strong understanding of data architecture and working in an agile environment.  

Accountabilities:

  • Designing and building a new data environment that will be used across multiple digital products 
  • Managing a team of data subject matter experts to ingest and QA large volumes of inbound data from structured and semi-structured sources 
  • Finding and developing partnerships with external data providers and managing the data that they supply 
  • Working with the business to define and drive new digital marketplace offerings
  • Managing a team of Data Engineers 
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of technical partner integrations 
  • Work with the sales function to establish commercial relationships with third parties ahead of the technical integration implementations 
  • Support Product Managers by establishing business requirements, specifications, success criteria, measurables and further iterations to integration products and solutions 

 

Location     

We offer remote working, not just through these uncertain times but indefinitely. We are based in Brighton and would ask that you’re able to commit to just a couple of days a month in the office, when they re-open.  

   

We’re lucky to be based in the heart of Brighton, with access to some of the best coffee in the UK, delicious food options, parks, gyms and the seafront all within walking distance. The central location means excellent transport links just a short stroll away.    

  

  

About Us    

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.  

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.  

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.  

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created groundbreaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes. 

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners.    

For a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice: https://intoglobal.com/jobs    

 

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships and is committed to increasing access to education and improving the quality of education for disadvantaged young people around the world. INTO employees are encouraged to take an active role in INTO Giving.  

CRM and Growth Manager

  • This role will work as a core member of an exciting start-up team, within an established business to test, develop and build a new employability EdTech initiative. 
  • Highly impactful role, early in the development of a new product line. 
  • Flexibility to be based from home, or in London or Brighton. 

As INTO repositions itself to broaden its capabilities and engage more directly with its students, we need to improve and engage more effectively with marketing, to make an impact on our business. 

The purpose of the CRM and Growth Manager, is to lead the marketing efforts for a new employability initiative within INTO, supporting the acquisition and retention of international students, ready to launch for the 2022 academic year. 

This is a hands-on role that includes prioritising and deciding which campaigns to run, analysing results of campaigns for continuous growth and improvement, looking for opportunities and spotting future trends in CRM, as well as other aspects of the digital marketing mix including digital ads, SEO and affiliate marketing.  

In an ideal world, you will have solid experience across CRM, and an interest in the full spectrum of digital marketing activities – including digital ads, SEO, and affiliate marketing. This role would suit you if you have a hands-on style, and passion for growing sales at a start-up product within an established business.  

This is a highly impactful role early in the development of a new product line. In addition to candidates with deep experience, we are also open to those who can demonstrate structured thinking in a high performing environment and an ability to develop new skills on the job. 

 

Location     

There is flexibility to be based largely from home, or from either our London or Brighton offices. There is an expectation that the Strategic Initiatives team will meet in London periodically, and this is a requirement of the role.  

 

Please click below to see the full job description. 

To apply for this role, please contact Kirsty Clear with your CV, cover letter and any supporting information at hq.career@intoglobal.com.

INTO London World Education Centre add

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INTO Queen's University Belfast add

Teacher of Finance - Permanent Full-Time

We require teacher(s) with the ability to teach combinations of modules in Finance to international students at undergraduate university level, up to and including pre Masters level. Experience of teaching at university undergraduate, or at an equivalent level, is required. 

The closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Monday 1st November 

Academic Support Officer

This position represents an exceptional opportunity to make If you have a strong desire to work within an ethos of creative collaboration and partnership, and want to have a positive impact on young people, then we would be delighted to hear from you.

The closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Friday, 22 October 2021

Programme Manager (Academic)

The Programme Manager has overall responsibility for the design and implementation of high quality
teaching and learning environments for their designated programme (or programmes), as well as
longer term strategy. You will be expected to line manage academic staf f who have primary teaching
duties on that programme(s). The Programme Manager is the Lead Academic for that programme.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday, 22nd October 2021.

INTO Stirling add

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INTO University Partnerships, North America add

Salesforce Business Architect

  • We are open to applicants in the UK or US. 
  • Be a critical leader within the Core Business Technology team to optimise use of Salesforce.com. 
  • Set strategic direction and global roadmap for Salesforce.com implementation. 

 

The Salesforce Business Architect will be a critical leader within the Core Business Technology team and will work across both business and technology groups to optimise use of Salesforce.com, specifically to benefit Recruitment & Admission of students into our partner Universities, Marketing and Finance. 

You'll set the strategic direction and global roadmap for Salesforce.com implementation, and to drive Agile development cycles. 

 

Accountabilities 

  • Global initiation and management of Salesforce development programs to improve sales and marketing effectiveness. 
  • Advocacy and education of business stakeholders on the best way to develop, customise and use Salesforce. 
  • Identify global capabilities and relevant differences that apply in certain regions and design to minimise customisation. 
  • Identify, define, and prioritise strategic initiatives needed for evolution of Recruitment/Sales, Marketing, Admissions, and Finance capabilities. 
  • Define and maintain the sprint release roadmap, including user stories and epics for capabilities/features. 
  • Act as the primary contact for the salesforce strategic improvements with both business and technology teams. Manage work capacity, prioritisation and achievements. 
  • Manage and mitigate business impediments which will impact completion of strategic goals. 
  • Prioritise the product backlog to achieve strategic priorities and maximise business value. 
  • Optimise the value of the work the Development Team performs and ultimately accepts the work as done from the team, assuring it meets the business needs of all the regions. 
  • Ensure that the product backlog and development roadmaps are visible, transparent, and communicated to stakeholders, and show what the technology team will work on next. 

 

Location     

We are open to applicants in the UK or US. 

 

Please click below to see the full job description and person specification. 

To apply for this role, please contact Kirsty Clear with your CV, cover letter and any supporting information at hq.career@intoglobal.com.

Central Finance and Accounting Assistant

As a member of the INTO North America team, this person will support the finance & accounting managers at INTO North America and multiple INTO Centers by compiling and maintaining the accounting and finance records.  This position will perform a variety of finance and accounting functions within the Finance department related to one or more of the following functions:  accounts payable, accounts receivable, record keeping, cash entries, bank reconciliations, intercompany reconciliations, month and year-end processes, including assisting with the annual financial statement audit.

IT Support Specialist

The IT Support Specialist is responsible for supporting the IT infrastructure, service, and support at the San Diego Office and for the INTO-North America region.   The post is a technical support role, encompassing hands-on work. This role has the responsibility to ensure excellent IT Service & Support is delivered across the region as well as ensuring SLAs are met. The role will meet with clients to determine the nature of technical problems, diagnose hardware or software issues, provide effective assistance, and maintain strong customer relationships.  This role will work within the team to ensure the team’s Service Desk operation is effective, with all agreed processes adhered to.

Finance Assistant

The Finance Assistant supports students studying with our university partnerships in the US. A successful candidate will perform a variety of key finance functions related to student and sponsor accounts. This individual will interact with students, sponsor entities, regional staff, agents, and admissions teams concerning financial matters. This is a valued role in a growing, dynamic organization.

Admissions Advisor

To support the applicant admissions process in an effective and efficient manner with high attention to detail and strict adherence to agreed timescales, procedures and processes.  Effectively assist applicants and customers of INTO partnerships with top level customer service and a dedicated commitment to student success.  Demonstrates knowledge of all admissions processes regardless of applicant’s selected program.

INTO Oregon State University add

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

The Marketing and Communications Coordinator (MCC) will be responsible for developing and coordinating marketing and communications to support INTO OSU and its partnership with Oregon State University. The MCC produces print and electronic materials to build awareness of the university and drive international student recruitment from global markets to INTO OSU. This position will organize and implement a wide range of activities/tactics primarily focused on the recruitment and marketing plan that support student recruitment, education counselor training and enrollment goals. The successful candidate also will be responsible for general center marketing and communications activities. 

IT Business Partner

The Joint Venture IT Business Partner (ITBP) of INTO-Oregon State University (OSU) is a midlevel technology role which has the overall responsibility to serve as the strategic interface and tactical solution provider for business units in the Joint Venture.  This manager and developer role will work to provide solutions with a focus on solution discovery, technical implementation, service management, risk management, and relationship management. 

This role serves as the business relationship link between business units within the joint venture in coordination with key Oregon State University partners as well as various groups within INTO University Partnership.  The ITBP provides highly-valued technical solutions, support, and guidance through key IT initiatives. This role will communicate decisions, priorities and relevant project information to appropriate levels of staff regarding requests, issues, projects, and initiatives. This role will proactively share knowledge of technology risks and opportunities to build competitive advantage and improve efficiency and effectiveness of business units. It is expected that this role will partner with business leadership and other key stakeholders to define opportunities, identify and prioritize projects based on predefined criteria (e.g. return on investment, productivity, compliance), then assess the best method to implement the desired solution.

This role will take ownership of all IT responsibilities for the Joint Venture to ensure problems and issues are either resolved internally in-house, or actively work with the corresponding partner via the University or INTO to ensure proper solutions are implemented in a timely manner.

This role is expected to help centralize and standardize IT processes to help reduce costs and ensure the INTO-OSU IT department is more in-line with other INTO-North America Joint Venture Partners while maintaining the need to preserve critical local variations.

Student Care Coordinator

The purpose of this role is to provide care and support for international students as they pursue their academic and personal goals at OSU. The primary responsibilities of this role include student care and well-being, cultural adjustment, non-academic conduct processes, and other programs and services to promote the social, personal, and academic well-being of all students receiving INTO OSU services. This position supports students with navigation of campus resources and advocates for students with INTO OSU services as appropriate.

INTO University of South Florida add

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INTO Colorado State University add

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INTO Suffolk University add

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INTO Illinois State University add

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INTO University Partnerships, Asia add

Recruitment Support Manager - Central Asia

  • Opportunity to travel overseas to attend events and create/ strengthen key partner relationships 
  • This is the perfect role for someone who has been in a similar assistant position and is looking to develop and progress within a global organisation 
  • Flexibility to work from home or in our central Moscow office 

 

 

Context 

We are looking for an international education recruitment professional to assist our dynamic Regional Office team in Moscow, Russian Federation. The geographical responsibility of the role is within the Central Asian region, which comprises of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.   

 

This role will report to the Lead Recruitment Manager – Central Asia who is also based in Moscow, Russia. The team are tasked with student recruitment and agent management to promote enrolments to our INTO centres, Direct Entry partners and other INTO services in the UK, USA and other countries.  

 

The candidate will preferably be a professional with a track record in international higher education recruitment, but background in other sales and/or customer relations areas may also be considered.  

 

Full employed status is offered within the Representative Office in Moscow.   

 

 

Accountabilities 

  • Assist Lead Recruitment Manager – Central Asia in delivering on marketing and recruitment plans for the designated markets and channels within the region  
  • Achieve annual targets set during Enrolment and Cost Target (ECT) process within set financial budgets  
  • Undertake domestic and overseas travel when necessary to attend events and meet partners (agents and institutions)  
  • Help maintain INTO regional office social media channels.  

 

The Recruitment Support Manager will also assist in developing and implementing recruitment activities, support recruitment channels, including a network of our partner education agents, and other feeder institutions. 

 

We offer flexible working, not just through these uncertain times but indefinitely. We are based in Central Moscow and would ask that you’re able to commit to 2-3 days a week in the office. 

 

Location   

We’re lucky to be based in the heart of Moscow, the central location means excellent transport links just a short stroll away.  

 

About Us  

INTO University Partnerships is an independent organisation committed to expanding higher education and career opportunities for students across the globe.  

 

We believe in the power of education to transform lives. We believe that movement of students leads to movement of ideas, which in turn creates better and more successful societies.  

 

We connect students seeking quality international education with leading universities worldwide aspiring to widen their global reach and impact. Achieving the best learning experience and career prospects for students is central to our mission.  

 

Since our inception in 2005, INTO has pioneered innovation in international education and created groundbreaking partnerships with 30 universities in the US and UK. We have so far helped more than 130,000 students from 190 countries realise their dream of achieving a degree from a world-class university. We also equip students to get a head start in building a career. We do this by offering exceptional academic and employability skills programmes. 

 

We are active in over 120 countries and provide unrivalled personalised service to international students with more than 1,500 experienced staff worldwide and a global network of 2,000 recruitment partners.  

 

 

For a full job description and a copy of our Candidate Privacy Notice: https://intoglobal.com/jobs   

 

INTO Giving is the charitable arm of INTO University Partnerships and is committed to increasing access to education and improving the quality of education for disadvantaged young people around the world. INTO employees are encouraged to take an active role in INTO Giving.  

HR Director

Based from our Hong Kong office, the HR Director will lead on the delivery of a proactive HR business partnering service to our colleagues across Asia.   

Reporting to the VP of HR, this role will work with a wide range of senior stakeholdersproviding advice and guidance for senior managers and helping them develop solutions to problems that are effective, efficient and reduce organisational risk.  

This role is an ambassador for change and leading the people agenda across INTO University Partnerships.  

  • Support managers with the delivery of change projects through effective communication, consultation, training and development.  
  • Lead the roll out and embedding of key people initiatives in Asia, such as Performance Coaching and Management Development. 
  • Attract and retain high performing employees across INTO in Asia, by ensuring that effective resourcing strategies are put in place and that managers are appropriately trained and that this is supported by effective onboarding. 
  • Lead the continued development of best practice HR policies, procedures and processes and provide the toolkit managers need to deliver the people agenda.  Ensure these are embedded to maximise fairness, diversity and support a high-performance culture. 

 

You'll have the support of the Senior HR Manager and HR Assistant, both reporting to you. 

You should have significant experience of leading a globally dispersed Business Partnering team. Ideally you should be able to be based in our Hong Kong office, although other locations in Asia will be consideredTravel will be a requirement of the role, post pandemic.  

 

Please see the full description below.  To apply, please send your CV to: Kirsty Clear via email to: HQ.career@intoglobal.com  

Chief Recruitment Officer/EVP Recruitment

Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Recruitment Officer/EVP Recruitment will own and grow the new student enrolment and associated revenue targets for INTO globally, across all channels. This includes defining and leading the Recruitment Strategy, that supports student volumes, margin, market share, and cost of sales for both international student pathway and Direct Entry recruitment globally for INTO. 

They will lead the diversification and growth of sales channels, to deliver an increase in agent and direct sales, through developing and delivering practical, flexible sales strategies. 

The CRO/EVP Recruitment will be the ‘voice of the markets’ for INTO, ensuring our US and UK education businesses have the insight they need to develop and maintain market leading product and propositions. 

  

Location: Asia. Our strong preference is that this post is based in Asia however, candidates in other locations will be considered. As this is a global role, there will be an expectation of international travel, as well as the ability and willingness to work across multiple time zones.  

 

Please click below to see the full JD.  

For more information or to express your interest in being considered for the position, please contact Lorraine Slattery, Chief People Officer.     

Regional Manager, East Asia (Australia)

Job Overview
The Regional Manager, East Asia (Australia) will oversee all Australia focused recruitment,marketing, sales and internal staff training across INTO’s East Asia region.

In addition, and in collaboration with the VP Recruitment and Assistant Regional Directors,
this role will work to develop and implement strategies to increase international student
recruitment and INTO Australia brand awareness across East Asia.

Location
Our strong preference is that this post is based in Kuala Lumpur, but candidates in other East Asia locations, may be considered based on qualification.

Domestic and international travel will be necessary and flexibility is required to meet the demands of the post, including regular evening and weekend work.

Application Process
To find out more about this exciting opportunity and be considered for an interview please send your cover letter and resume to the VP Recruitment, East Asia, Mr Christopher Piwarski, at christopher.piwarski@intoglobal.com.

Deadline: Monday, 1st of November 2021.
It is envisaged that interviews will take place following the closing date. Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.

Australia National Manager – China (Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau)

We are looking for high performing sales manager to drive our Australia focussed recruitment in the China market.  Reporting to the Assistant Director for Product Sales, the Australia National Manager will be responsible for achieving ambitious annual sales targets for our Australia focussed products.

Specifically, the Australia National Manager will be accountable for:

  1. Sales – working in partnership with the Accounts team, develop and executing an Australia sales strategy that: (i) enhances our channel partners knowledge, confidence and passion to recommend INTO Australia; as well as (ii) increases awareness among prospective students and their families of our channel partners about how INTO Australia can help them realise their potential.
  2. Channel Partner Services – providing sector leading service to our channel partners in provide quick, clear and value added guidance in response to their enquiries relating to our partners, programmes and products in Australia.
  3. Training – act as the expert in the China team on Australia, creating and implement an internal training programme to develop the Account team’s knowledge, confidence and ability to successfully recruit to INTO Australia;
  4. Internal Stakeholder Relationships – managing relationships with internal stakeholders, negotiating and managing annual Australia specific recruitment budgets, representing the region on regular Australia focused sales calls as well as helping overseas colleagues to understand the trends in the China market for Australia and how opportunities for recruitment.
  5. External Stakeholder Relationships – manage relationships with external partners that can support our local Australia recruitment.

Application

For additional information or to apply to this position, please send cover letter and resume to Josephine.zhang@intoglobal.com by 22 October 2021.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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