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INTO continues to expand rapidly. Together with our partners we have created a new job opening on average every three days since we started. We look for people who share our passion and commitment to international education. Whether you are an IT specialist, a teacher, a student support professional or a recruitment expert, there will be a role with us which you might be interested in.
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The Academic Director will be responsible for the successful leadership and co-ordination of all pre-university programmes, including the International Foundation, International Graduate Diploma, International Diploma and associated English Language preparation programmes. These programmes are validated by both UEA and City University London and are taught by Joint Venture staff.
While these pre-university programmes cover a range of subjects, there is a particular emphasis on business and associated areas. Therefore, although not essential, it will be desirable if the post holder has a background in business studies or a related subject.
The IT Support Assitant will work closely with all members of staff and students and therefore must have the ability to communicate, work with, and inspire confidence in people at all levels. The post holder will assist the IT team in providing consistent, high quality, customer focused, first and second line technical support for the Centre.
To provide support for the Residence Manager to help ensure a safe and secure study and living environment for all students.
Applicants should have 5 subjects at GCSE O-Level including Maths and English, have a good command of written and spoken English, competent IT skills in Microsoft packages and be approachable, warm and friendly.
INTO University of Exeter is looking for a suitably qualified Facilities Manager to join the Senior Management Team on a full time permanent contract.
Applicants should have a Degree or vocational qualification in a relevant area, as well as experience of managing facilities operations, maintenance, building services and security systems; experience within the catering industry and knowledge of industry codes and practices and relevant legislative and regulatory requirements. Must have experience at working at senior management level and have excellent written communication skills.
INTO is looking for a dynamic individual, who will be based in Dalian, with experience in sales and marketing able to communicate effectively the benefits of an UK education to our partners, students and their parents. The applicant will be a highly responsible individual with strong understanding of the UK education system.
The successful applicant will be a University graduate, with excellent communication skills in English and Chinese. They must be able to demonstrate a strong track record and experience in sales and marketing and have an understanding of international student recruitment. Organization and attention to detail is essential, as are strong numeracy and IT skills with the ability to prepare and analyse reports. The candidate will be able to demonstrate a record in managing enrollments and cost budgets and be willing to travel extensively.
An excellent opportunity to work for an international education charity based in Brighton and operating on 18 university campuses. INTO Giving works in impoverished parts of the world to help provide young people with sustainable routes to better lives by increasing access to education and improving the quality of education. INTO Giving works closely with an international higher education organisation and fundraises through a number of prospective supporters including staff, students, suppliers, agents and the wider community.
Following recent growth in our fundraising we now have a new position available with a core focus on raising awareness of the charity and supporting fundraising activities. This includes producing written material online and in hard copy, communicating regularly with donors and supporters, running a database and providing support to committees and event organisers. You will be part of a small team in an expanding charity.
We are searching for someone who will be part of the Group Information Systems team. The team has a remit to develop and support IT systems that are used across all areas of the business.
The post holder will be responsible for managing the development and support of student systems used by UK Centres and Operational teams. You will manage the development/support of interfaces with partner institutions and lead relationship management with university partner’s IT teams.
INTERNAL VACANCY - OPEN TO INTO EMPLOYEES ONLY
We are looking for someone from a solid Admissions background, to support the team and liaise with the Admissions Manager (Greater Team Asia) to ensure the student admissions processes are carried out in an effective and efficient manner. The individual must be hardworking, dedicated, extremely responsible and reliable, and able to take the initiative to solve problems and act as a role model for the team. A keen eye for detail is vital, as is the ability to work under pressure and adhere to strict timescales.
We are seeking someone with a recent track record of success in a complex print and despatch role. You will have experience in demand management of materials requirements and of negotiating print and despatch contracts. Responsible for the effective implementation of project management techniques and working to tight deadlines under competing pressures, you will maintain high standards of numeracy with excellent attention to detail and data accuracy. The ability to work across internal and external customers including integration of differing processes and systems is essential as is a good command of written and spoken English
We are looking for part time and full time teachers. Teachers who are able to teach across a range of subjects may be offered full time work.
Foundation Level (level 3) and Diploma Level (Level 4) Business, Management and Law; Accounting and Information Systems; Hospitality, Events and Tourism; Art, Design and Media
Graduate Diploma Level (Pre-masters Level 6) Management Accounting, Human Resource Management and International Marketing, Media and Cultural Theory, Moving Image Production and Visual Communication.
Suitable candidates should have experience of preparing International students for study at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level.With a strong ELT background and proven experience in working with international students, the post holders will have excellent teaching skills, a high degree of attention to detail, good IT skills and an ability to work closely with international students.
The successful candidate 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. There will be a substantial liaison function with external and internal stakeholders, in particular staff within the University of Stirling.
We are currently recruiting for the position of Centre Director at INTO University of Stirling.This position provides an outstanding opportunity to join and influence a major new education initiative as you take the lead at this INTO Centre. Ideally you will have leadership experience within international education and possess a strong commercial drive with sound business acumen.
Applicants should have a proven track record in achieving outcomes, and have experience of strategic marketing and recruitment, in customer relationship management, and have the gravitas to play an ambassadorial role for INTO University of Stirling. Proactivity, energy and efficiency will be key, as will be personal warmth, emotional intelligence and an ability to inspire confidence and respect.
As a member of the Centre Senior Management Team you will be key in the delivery of excellent student experience through the implementation of effective processes and procedures. Effective leadership is essential, as well as the ability to manage change effectively. Passionate and motivated by the delivery of high standards of care and welfare, you should already have experience of providing services to students and of managing staff in a busy operational environment. Outstanding communication and relationship-building skills are required.
The role of the Student Support Assistant would be to develop a Web Application for Incoming Students to provide their Flight Information. This would include a web-based form which would be loaded into an Excel spreadsheet or MySQL database.
This position develops and maintains relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to assist students and enhance their experience in applying and being admitted to INTO New York at Drew University.
Key responsibilities include evaluating foreign credentials, converting foreign grading scales, and assisting in admissions decision processing for INTO New York at Drew University pathways programs.