- Academic Support Services Directorate
- Full-time, continuing appointment
- HEW Level 8 – $102,035 p.a. plus up to 17% superannuation.
About the role
The Scheduling Services Team forms a part of the Academic Services and Support Directorate (ASSD).
In this role you will:
- Manage Scheduling Services, including Timetabling and Examinations, to ensure the provision of timely, relevant, strategic, and sustainable timetabling of class delivery and examinations;
- Collaborate with Property and Infrastructure to design strategic space and asset modelling across all campuses;
- Champion the efficient use of the University’s physical resources in line with the University’s operational plans and strategic priorities; and
- Develop and maintain collegial relationships with university stakeholders to promote understanding, visibility, and cooperation to achieve timely, and relevant scheduling solutions.
You will possess:
- Demonstrated knowledge and application of Scheduling, Space, Facilities, and Asset Management principles.
- Demonstrated ability to analyse diverse and complex information, and to provide informed recommendations and solutions.
- Proven ability to design, implement, monitor, and evolve contemporary customer service frameworks to ensure optimal customer experience.
- Demonstrated ability to manage and support staff to achieve objectives.
- Demonstrated expert knowledge and application of contemporary scheduling system solutions and principles.
How to apply
Please apply by Sunday, 29 January 2023.
Applicants are required to submit a resume.and suitability statement
To view the position description, please click here: 851931.pdf
If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your application, please email the Recruitment team or phone 03 5327 9756. Our position descriptions also list a contact person for job specific enquiries.
A workplace for remarkable people
For 150 years we have been reaching out to new communities, steadily building a generation of independent thinkers united in the knowledge that they are greater together.
We are committed to attracting, retaining and developing the best talent in the regions in which we operate. From our academic and research staff to those working in student experience, we are all part of a collaborative culture that inspires the highest levels of excellence, innovation, integrity and respect. We are proud of our SAGE Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation in 2019 for recognising our commitment to advancing the careers of women, trans and gender diverse individuals in STEM disciplines in higher education and research.
At Federation University Australia we value diversity, embrace difference and nurture a connected, safe and respectful community. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people of all cultures, abilities, sexualities and genders. Should you require additional support please email Organisational Development and Diversity.
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What we offer
We foster a positive culture shaped by our values of inclusion, innovation, excellence, empowerment and collaboration as outlined in Federation’s Living Values Charter.
You will be able to take advantage of our UniSports Health and Fitness Centre in Mt Helen, in addition to benefits such as purchased leave, annualised hours, (remove for TAFE ads) flexible work options, salary sacrificing options, on-campus childcare (Mt Helen and Gippsland), discounted private health insurance, affordable parking, wellness programs, professional development programs and many other benefits. For further information visit our LinkedIn Life page or our leave and work-life balance webpage.
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