Senior Level
International Development Manager
University of Hull

Salary: £33,519 to £38,833 per annum

Closing Date: Wednesday, 4 April 2018

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Reference:  SR0084
Campus:  Hull
Faculty/Area:  Student Recruitment Directorate
Department:  International Office
Salary:  £33,519 to £38,833 per annum
Post Type:  Full Time
Closing Date:  Wednesday 04 April 2018

Duties will include providing high quality and up to date market intelligence; identifying new business opportunities; undertaking direct recruitment and agent management in country and managing a variety of desk-based projects.

 

You must be educated to degree level or equivalent, speak fluent mandarin and, preferably, have experience in an International Student Recruitment environment. Excellent administrative, organisational and team working skills together with the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders in a busy, fast paced and customer focused environment are essential.  

 

You will also be able to demonstrate planning and evaluation skills; accuracy and attention to detail, with the ability to work to strict deadlines and under pressure. IT and data analysis skills; knowledge of digital marketing are essential and a second language is desirable. 

 

You must be prepared to be flexible and to undertake International travel as part of this role, therefore experience of working outside the UK would be advantageous.

 

To apply you must complete an online application form and also attach a CV and covering letter. 

 

For more information and an informal discussion about this post and regional responsibility, please contact Dominic Greenfield, Senior International Development Manager - Tel 01482 466339, email - d.greenfield@hull.ac.uk or John Terry, Director of International Recruitment - Tel 01482 462198, email - j.terry@hull.ac.uk 

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