Saturday, December 20, 2014

International Credential Evaluator / Team Leader Postgraduate Admissions

The Student Recruitment Directorate is looking for an International Credential Evaluator who will also be the manager of the Postgraduate Admissions Team within a professional service that delivers a customer-focused and efficient student experience. The position will oversee the postgraduate process that is predominantly with international students so they will develop and review the process and provide training and guidance for other staff included in the International Office. The post will also be an important liaison point with the University's newly established overseas offices and will require some overseas travel.
As well as a proven background in international credential evaluation and accordingly having an active role in one or more relevant professional networks, you will have experience of service delivery in an education setting with a track record of effective team management, problem solving and delivering process improvement. You will be able to communicate effectively with people at all levels, identify and deliver training needs and be able to analyse impact of change towards continual improvement that is appropriate for the target customer groups. You must also be able to work within prescribed regulations, demonstrate an understanding of appropriate quality standards and have an eye for detail.
To discuss the role informally, please contact Sheila Dowling, 01482 465328, s.c.dowling@hull.ac.uk
Interviews are anticipated to be held in early January 2015
Further details:
The University of Hull is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in every aspect of our recruitment processes.
Hull will be UK City of Culture in 2017. The University of Hull was part of the City of Culture team throughout the bidding process and remains a key player in Hull’s cultural heritage. The campus will be the venue for City of Culture events, and its alumni, students and staff will be personally involved.
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International Recruitment Officer at De Montfort University

De Montfort University (DMU) is a university of quality and distinctiveness, distinguished by our life-changing research, dynamic international partnerships, vibrant links with business and our commitment to excellence in learning, teaching and the student experience.
DMU has over 2,000 international students from more than 100 countries across the world. Following record international recruitment in 2014/15, several additional International Recruitment Officer roles have been created to support increased international activity.
This post will support a Regional Manager in increasing the number of international students recruited from the region as part of a team. You will play an important role in the development and delivery of marketing and recruitment activity to address strategic objectives and meet enrolment targets.
You will have the proven ability to work in a fast paced marketing or commercial environment and have excellent communication, presentation and negotiation skills. You will be able to work both independently and in a team and be able to manage multiple projects to meet tight deadlines. You will also have experience of working towards targets in a competitive environment. The post may involve up to 15 weeks of international travel per academic cycle.
Posts are available for the territories of East Asia, China (with particular focus on partnership development), Europe, Americas and the Middle East. Successful candidates will be allocated to the region for which they have the most appropriate skills, knowledge and experience.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please visit www.dmu.ac.uk/jobs for a job description, person specification and application details.
To arrange an informal discussion regarding this post, please email Rob Crane, Regional Manager, atrcrane@dmu.ac.uk
Reference Number: 8770
Application deadline: 14 January 2015
Interview date: week commencing 26 January 2015
For full details, or to request an application pack, click ‘Apply Online’ below.
Alternatively telephone 0116 250 6433 (24 hour answerphone)
Or write to:
The Human Resources Team, De Montfort University,
The Gateway, Leicester LE1 9BH.
Please quote the relevant Job Ref number in all enquiries.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications which reflect the diversity of our community.
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International Development Manager - China

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an International Development Manager to play a significant role in the delivery of strategic and operational objectives in relation to development of the China market for the University.  
You will assume leadership of student recruitment activities and partnership development in China, producing annual market plans, regularly reviewing activities, results and strategy.   A member of the departmental management team, you will play a key role in the overall success of the International Recruitment and Development Office.  Whilst primarily focused on China, you will lead and deliver in other geographical areas as required. 
You will build relationships with key academic and professional service colleagues across the University to manage agents, existing partners and identify new potential international partnerships.  You will be required to work for significant periods overseas with minimal supervision.
You will have experience working within international student recruitment with market, budget and relationship management responsibility.  Candidates should be able to demonstrate organisation and negotiation skills with confidence in decision making and have strong analytical skills with the ability to undertake market planning, competitor review and statistical analysis.  Chinese language skills will be an advantage.
This role is critical to the successful delivery of the University’s ambitious plans for increasing and strengthening our links across the globe and meeting internationalisation objectives.
For a detailed conversation about the expectations of this role, please contact Liza Rodger, Head of International Recruitment and Development, 01782 734900. 
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International Marketing Officer at Manchester Metropolitan University

Average weekly working hours: 35
Department 
MMU International, the International Office at MMU, is responsible for the recruitment and support of international students, overseas partnership development and student mobility programmes, driving the internationalisation of the University and ensuring that MMU retains and enhances its global profile as the University for World-Class Professionals. 
With a recently developed internationalisation strategy that encompasses all areas of University business and represents a significant change in direction for the University, MMU International has received significant investment and is looking to build a dynamic, high achieving team to successfully deliver the new strategy and its KPIs. 
The Recruitment and Marketing team is a core function of MMU International and will be the driving force behind the implementation of the new strategy. The team consists of 11 members of staff based in Manchester and additional staff members based in India and China offices. This newly built team provides the opportunity to work in a forward-thinking, dynamic and well-supported environment. 
Role 
Working closely with the International Recruitment Marketing Manager, this new role at MMU is responsible for supporting the implementation of the Internationalisation Strategy and advancing the profile and reputation of MMU overseas, through a wide range of marketing activities. The post holder will manage and deliver multi-channel marketing campaigns, the production and maintenance of promotional materials and the coordination of digital-based conversion activity for prospective international students. The role will also involve advising faculty and central service colleagues on the development of course and department specific international marketing campaigns and materials to support the delivery of faculty internationalisation strategy KPIs. 
This is an exciting opportunity to join a new team and contribute to making a step change to MMU’s international performance. Two posts are available. 
If you wish to discuss the role informally or have any questions, please contact Frances Corley, International Recruitment Marketing Manager: f.corley@mmu.ac.uk. 
Ideal Candidate 
This role is for an innovative marketer with a professional marketing qualification or equivalent professional experience. You must have a track record of success, managing marketing campaigns across all forms of media and delivering tangible results. In addition to relevant experience you will need to demonstrate the ability to negotiate, find and implement novel ideas and communicate your ideas with sensitivity and diplomacy. An understanding of marketing in higher education and/or experience of international marketing will be an advantage. 
For more information about the new MMU Internationalisation Strategy please see www2.mmu.ac.uk/internationalisation.
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Assistant Director (Research and Policy) at Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is passionate about transforming child health to build a healthier future for children and young people across the world. 
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to play a key role in developing and enhancing the College’s research and policy agenda to improve child health outcomes across the UK.
This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious professional to help build and maintain the College’s reputation as an organisation able to research and evaluate, support new projects and evidence-based policy ideas as part of the future research programme as well as develop and advise on engagement processes with clinicians, parents and carers as well as children and young people. 
Reporting into the Director of Research and Policy you will be responsible for managing, motivating and leading the implementation and performance management of the divisional strategy and operational plan.   You will be working with the Director on the development of skills, knowledge and capacity within the division and will therefore have strong leadership and performance management skills.  The post holder will have specific responsibility for providing support to and performance management of the research projects, clinical standards and quality improvement teams and the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit.
The ideal candidate will be a strong communicator, with the ability to negotiate and influence at a senior level in all sectors.  You will have strong knowledge of research and evaluation methodologies in the health sector and will have a proven experience of overseeing complex projects within a multi-project environment.
The post is at grade 8 and the salary offered for this post ranges from £49,162 - £59,813 pa.  All appointments are usually made at the first point on the scale.
To be a key part of this ambition and to find out further information about the role, please visithttp://www.rcpch.ac.uk/vacancies-rcpch/current-vacancies/current-vacancies.
To apply for this role, please complete an application form and send it to recruitment@rcpch.ac.uk by5pm on Friday 9 January 2015. Interviews will be held Wednesday 28 January 2015.
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Research Grants Manager at Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is seeking to appoint a Research Grants Manager to play a critical role in identifying and generating funding opportunities to develop and enhance the College’s agenda to improve child health. The post holder will sit within the Research and Policy Division in the College but will lead on developing cross college proposals and grant applications to appropriate strategic child health research funding sources to grow and diversify research income. 
The ideal candidate will have experience of innovating and implementing a creative and robust funding strategy for growth in research, and related policy and education activities and direct experience of managing the process of responding to funding opportunities. This will include the skills and knowledge to drive activities through all stages of the grants process from identifying potential prospects to building models of delivery through to producing compelling comprehensive applications, proposals and reports for research grant and other funding programmes.
To be a key part of this ambition and to find out further information about the role, please visithttp://www.rcpch.ac.uk/vacancies-rcpch/current-vacancies/current-vacancies.
To apply for this role, please complete an application form and send it to recruitment@rcpch.ac.uk by5pm on Friday 9 January 2015. Interviews will be held Tuesday 27 January 2015.
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Public Health Engineer Team Leaders (PHE TL) – Ebola Response

Salary:£25,596 - £34,617per annum net <(net salary means that Oxfam GB will meet the tax and social security liabilities of post-holder in addition to net salary)>
Contract Type:Fixed Term – 2 Months Extendable
Hours: Full Time– 40 per week>
Oxfam works with others to overcome poverty and suffering. As an Oxfam employee, you will join a team of professionals that is part of the international confederation of 17 organizations networked together in 94 countries. As part of a global movement for change, we are working together to end world poverty and injustice.
Since the start of the crisis, OGB have worked closely with the District Health Management Teams (DHMT) to provide essential PPE, kits for Contact Tracing, Burial and Surveillance Teams as well as chemicals for water treatment and spray. OGB have also provided the water and sanitation units for isolation centres, however the next phase or works is critical to scale up considerably to meet the growing demands for more than 100 Ebola Care Units (ECU’s), 26 non-ebola specialised primary health units from where patients suspected of EVD are referred to isolation or treatment units, to be completed in the next 2 months.
This is an opportunity to provide technical support to the establishment of ECU’s, quality assurance and technical training for the operation and maintenance of ECU’s, Isolation Units, PHU’s and access to WaSH services in the communities.
We are looking for candidates with relevant Qualifications in a WASH related discipline (engineering; environmental health; public health, etc.) with substantial experience managing or coordinating WASH programmes and in designing and implementing water-sanitation and/or hygiene promotion programmes in a development context. Experience of working in cholera or similar disease outbreak crises implementing WASH facilities and liaising with medical organisations using practical technical experience in design and construction of a variety of water and sanitation facilities with a focus on urban contexts is expected. And the candidate must have experience in managing/training of staff on design & construction of WASH interventions, assessment and development of policy & technical.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applications must be submitted through our online system. For further information about the role and to apply please go to: https://jobs.oxfam.org.uk/vacancy/1796/description
All applications must be submitted in English and include an English CV

RESEARCH AND INDIVIDUAL GIVING INTERNSHIP – SPRING 2015

WITNESS uses video to open the eyes of the world t human rights violations. WITNESS empowers people to transform personal stories of abuse into powerful tools for justice, promoting public engagement and policy change. Founded 20 years ago by musician and activist Peter Gabriel, WITNESS partners with NGOs, community groups, and grassroots organizations around the globe (www.witness.org)).
Internships at WITNESS offer a unique, hands-on opportunity to enhance your educational objectives through practical, real-world experience under the guidance and mentoring of experienced professionals in the areas of human rights, video advocacy, communications, media operations, fundraising, IT, human resources, and nonprofit administration. Interns participate in an array of activities depending on the department and projects, which may include research, event planning, outreach, organizational support, translation, and writing.

Description

The External Relations Department secures financial support for WITNESS through a major gifts program, foundations and corporate donors, an annual fund campaign that targets individuals, and a program of events including breakfasts, dinners and an annual fundraising gala. This is a unique opportunity for a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and intelligent individual to hone their research and communication skills while building hands-on development/fundraising experience.
Tasks Include:
· Conducting research on individual donors and prospects;
· Creating and updating detailed and concise prospect and donor profiles, financial snapshots, and event briefings for presentation to the Individual Giving Team;
· Researching and generating a solid list of major giving prospects;
· Proactively identifying new tools and techniques for prospect research;
· Drafting and editing content for external communications including (but not limited to) newsletters, email appeals, donor communications, etc.;
· Assisting with database entry;
· Assisting with the planning and execution of stewardship and cultivation events and supporting the External Relations staff as needed.
The Research and Individual Giving Intern will play a key role in helping to build WITNESS’ network and pipeline of supporters. This position will require the ability to think strategically about WITNESS’ appeal to donors and known philanthropists, new populations and networks for WITNESS to target with specific projects, and a comprehensive approach to finding connections amongst varying constituencies linked to WITNESS.
All interns are expected to spend between 20-30% of their time engaged in administrative support.
Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the internship, the intern will learn how to:
· Conduct research on individuals, family foundations, and corporations;
· Write compelling, donor-focused communications;
· Effectively use internal database (Salesforce.com) and external online platforms;
· Map connections between key donors, Board members, or donor prospects;
· Support individual stewardship and cultivation events.

Qualifications

Currently we are seeking interns enrolled in a 4 year undergraduate or graduate program related to Nonprofit Development and Management, English, Communications, Human Rights, International Relations, Political Science, or interdisciplinary studies. We also review applicants of recent graduates who may be seeking the same type of mentorship and educational focus related to their career choice or educational background.
The following would be beneficial for entering our program:
  • Excellent research skills;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail;
  • Ability to work independently as well as to multitask effectively;
  • Previous development/fundraising experience preferred;
  • Knowledge of MS Office applications a must; experience with web-based database systems and web design a plus.

HOW TO APPLY:

General Information

We require a minimum commitment of 2 months, for 16-24 hours a week. Internships are unpaid. All internships are based in our Brooklyn office, convenient to the Atlantic Terminal / Barclays Center (2,3,4,5,B,D,Q,N, & R trains), LIRR, and the C (Lafayette) and G (Fulton) trains.

Application Instructions

No phone inquiries, please. Please submit your application via email to internship@witness.org including a Resume and Cover Letter with “Research and Individual Giving” in the Subject.

DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT & TRAINING RESOURCES INTERNSHIP – SPRING 2015

WITNESS uses video to open the eyes of the world to human rights violations. WITNESS empowers people to transform personal stories of abuse into powerful tools for justice, promoting public engagement and policy change. Founded 20 years ago by musician and activist Peter Gabriel, WITNESS partners with NGOs, community groups, and grassroots organizations around the globe. witness.org
Internships at WITNESS offer a unique, hands-on opportunity to enhance their educational objectives through practical, real-world experience under the guidance and mentoring of experienced professionals in the areas of human rights, video advocacy, communications, media operations, fundraising, IT, human resources, and nonprofit administration. Interns participate in an array of activities depending on the department and projects, which may include logging footage, translation, research, event planning, online outreach, and organizational support.

Description

WITNESS is looking for a highly motivated intern to support the development of our human rights video training resources and our outreach and engagement efforts around these materials. This internship is customizable and a great opportunity individual looking to gain experience working within a human rights organization.
Tasks Include:
  • Support online and offline outreach initiatives, including Surge Response, by sending emails, creating newsletters, blogging, updating WITNESS websites, helping Program staff prepare for trainings, etc.
  • Add contact information to the Video for Change Community database
  • Help keep training materials and translations organized and updated on the WITNESS Library, internal spaces and on GitHub.
  • Support translation efforts through maintaining the Volunteer Translator Database and facilitating translation projects as needed.
  • Assist with adding subtitles to videos and designing documents in InDesign.
  • Assist with monitoring and evaluation of the materials and responding to internal and external feedback
  • Proactively identify online spaces and organizations that could be interested in using/sharing the resources.
  • Assist with program administration tasks as needed.

Qualifications

Potential interns should be undergraduates or graduate students. We look for a focus in studies on human rights, international relations, history, political science, or film/media studies
Candidates should have:
· A background in human rights, training and/or video.
· Exceptional organizational skills.
· Familiarity with the Adobe Creative Suite and/or Final Cut Pro is an added bonus.
· Some familiarity with working with online platforms such as Amara.org, WordPress and/or GitHub is recommended by not required.
· For this internship, strong writing skills are required and additional language skills (particularly Arabic, French Spanish or Portuguese) are a significant plus.
All interns are expected to spend between 20-30% of their time engaged in administrative support to program and office-wide staff.

HOW TO APPLY:

General Information

We require a minimum commitment of 2 months, for at least 16 hours a week. Internships are unpaid. Preference is given to intern applicants receiving credit at their educational institution. All internships are based in our Brooklyn office, convenient to the Atlantic Terminal / Barclay Center (2,3,4,5,B,D,Q,N, & R trains), LIRR, and the C (Lafayette) and G (Fulton) trains.

Application Instructions

No phone inquiries, please. We strongly prefer applications by email to internship@witness.org including a Resume and Cover Letter with “Training Support” in the Subject.

MEDIA ARCHIVE INTERNSHIP – SPRING 2015

Organization

WITNESS uses video to open the eyes of the world to human rights violations. WITNESS empowers people to transform personal stories of abuse into powerful tools for justice, promoting public engagement and policy change. Founded 20 years ago by musician and activist Peter Gabriel, WITNESS partners with NGOs, community groups, and grassroots organizations around the globe.
Internships at WITNESS offer a unique, hands-on opportunity to enhance their educational objectives through practical, real-world experience under the guidance and mentoring of experienced professionals in the areas of human rights, video advocacy, communications, media operations, fundraising, IT, human resources, and nonprofit administration. Interns participate in an array of activities depending on the department and projects, which may include logging footage, translation, research, event planning, online outreach, and organizational support.

Description

The WITNESS Media Archive is a repository of over 5000 hours of video, both tape- and file-based, recorded and produced by human rights activists around the world over the past 20 years. The Media Archive is also a leader in the development of training resources aimed at non-professional archivists and activists who are managing their own human rights video collections.
Interns train under the supervision of an Archivist, performing a variety of hands-on tasks including cataloging, tape capture, digital ingest, research / reference, access provision, documentation of archival processes, training resource development support, and other administrative tasks for the archive.
Learning Outcomes:
By the end of the internship, the intern will have learned how to:
· Create metadata for unpublished human rights video footage in a cataloging database.
· Handle and identify various video formats in the collection.
· Use software tools to capture, analyze, view, transfer video files.
· Understand the processes and components of a digital archiving workflow within a small organization.
· Liaise with content creators and program staff to acquire content for the archive.

Qualifications

We are seeking interns enrolled in a graduate program related to moving image archiving and preservation, archival studies, or library/information science. We also review applications from recent graduates who may be seeking the same type of mentorship and educational focus related to their career choice or educational background.
The following would be beneficial for entering our program:
· Familiarity with foreign affairs and international politics
· Strong written English skills
· Experience or strong interest in archival work & setting
· Experience with or strong interest in working with visual media
· Experience or skills in video production or digital media
· Fluency in Spanish, French or other foreign language
· Familiarity with Filemaker Pro
· Familiarity with metadata or cataloging standards or protocols

HOW TO APPLY:

General Information

We require a minimum commitment of 2 months, for at least 16 hours a week. Internships are unpaid. Preference is given to intern applicants receiving credit at their educational institution. All internships are based in our Brooklyn office, convenient to the Atlantic Terminal / Barclays Center (2,3,4,5,B,D,Q,N, & R trains), LIRR, and the C (Lafayette) and G (Fulton) trains.

Application Instructions

No phone inquiries, please. We strongly prefer applications by email to internship@witness.org including a Resume and Cover Letter with “[Name of Internship] in the Subject.

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