Position Summary


The University of Tasmania is building a vision of a place-based University with a mission to enhance the intellectual, economic, social and culture future of Tasmania, and from Tasmania, contribute to the world in areas of distinctive advantage. The University recognises that achieving this vision is dependent on the people we engage as well as creating a people-centred University that is values-based, relational, diverse, and development-focused.


We are seeking to appoint a Country Manager Malaysia in the Future Students Division, University of Tasmania on a fixed term direct contract. A remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate.


The Country Manager Malaysia will report to the Regional Manager, South East Asia working closely with internal and external stakeholders particularly recruitment agents, to represent the global presence of the University of Tasmania in Malaysia and increase the overall number of quality students studying courses at the University.


We are an inclusive workplace committed to ‘working from the strength that diversity brings’ reflected in our Statement of Values. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining, and developing our people and are committed to inclusive principles. We celebrate the range of diverse assets that gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, age and life course bring.  This extends to our contractors who represent our University outside of Australia.

 

What You’ll Do

 

  1. Working closely with the Regional Manager, lead the planning, delivery, and evaluation of activities to achieve annual recruitment targets set for the Malaysia market and other markets as requested.
  2. Ensure that all activities meet the University’s compliance obligations and are delivered on time, to budget and to standard.
  3. Contribute to the University’s market intelligence through gathering, synthesising, and sharing relevant current market information and opportunities that can support the University to meet and exceed recruitment targets. 
  4. Develop and maintain positive, strong working relationships with key stakeholders, including education agents, prospective students, and high schools, through in-person visits, training sessions, virtual/telephone meetings and email communication.  
  5. Represent the University, demonstrating professionalism and the University’s values, at education promotion and recruitment events, such as exhibitions, seminars and events organised by recruitment agents or directly, and actively contribute to raising the University’s profile and marketability.
  6. Work collaboratively across the International Student Recruitment team and the broader University, including academic areas and Marketing, to deliver on shared targets, build capability, provide market insights, and improve recruitment activity.
  7. Work effectively with International Admissions to ensure the University’s Admission Guidelines and Policies are adhered to along with complying with the ESOS National Code while providing constructive feedback when improvements are identified.
  8. Provide support, as requested, to assist with the management of social media accounts and the delivery of the University’s peer to peer activities and alumni engagement activities.
  9. Undertake significant travel within Malaysia which may occur outside of business hours and over weekends, and to possibly other countries on request and very occasional travel to Tasmania (at least once every two years, travel restrictions permitting).
  10. Assist the Regional Manager with a range of other tasks as required including, but not limited to:
  • organizing and conducting visits to campus by agents, institutions representatives and other officials from relevant regions
  • providing input into International Student Recruitment Country planning including budget planning and expenditure
  • providing internal and external reporting
  • Stakeholder relationship management and representing International Student 
  • Recruitment in internal university and external forums; and 
  • Undertake other duties as assigned by the Regional Manager or other senior team members.

What We’re Looking For
·       Completion of a degree and/or relevant combination of skills and experience.
·       Demonstrated experience of at least five years in international education recruitment or experience in sales and meeting/or exceeding targets with the ability to quickly acquire knowledge on international education.
·       Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills including the ability to communicate and present effectively to groups, and with a diverse range of people and organisations.
·       Excellent organisational skills including the ability to prioritise tasks and perform a diverse range of tasks with accuracy and attention to detail.
·       Demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team, as well as work independently using initiative and judgement.
·       Fluent in English. Other languages skills are desirable
·       A valid passport with the ability to travel across regions and Australia.

University of Tasmania


The University of Tasmania is an institution with an enduring commitment to our state and community, and a strong global outlook. We are committed to enhancing the intellectual, economic, social and cultural future of Tasmania. Our Strategic Direction strongly reflects the University community's voice that our University must be place based but globally connected as well as regionally networked and designed to deliver quality access to higher education for the whole State.


We believe that from our unique position here in Tasmania we can impact the world through the contributions of our staff, students and graduates. We recognise that achieving this vision is dependent on the people we engage and employ, as well as creating a university that is values-based, relational, diverse, and development-focused.


Check out more here:
https://www.utas.edu.au/careers/our-people-values-and-behaviours
 
It is not the intention of the position description to limit the scope or accountabilities of the position but to highlight the most important aspects of the position. The aspects mentioned above may be altered in accordance with the changing requirements of the role.


Your Next Steps
 
If you see yourself working with us in this capacity, please apply to this role by submitting your CV not more than two pages in length and a single page cover letter about why you believe you’re a right fit for this role at the University. You may send your CV and cover letter to the following email address – sm-international.jobs@utas.edu.au

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