Undergraduate Selection and Student Recruitment Vacancy

collaboration with other selection and administrative officers;

  • Supporting the coordination of activities related to the recruitment of prospective students for the undergraduate programmes of the FMHS (e.g. SU Open Day, campus tours, drawing

up and editing of marketing material);

  • Handling programme and selection enquiries from prospective students, parents and the public;

  • Providing advice to students and staff regarding the SU’s Admissions Policy and related rules, regulations and guidelines;

  • Ensuring that the selection processes comply with the SU Admissions Policy and related rules, regulations and guidelines;

  • Responsible for writing reports and the provision of accurate and relevant statistics pertaining to the portfolio as set out above;

  • Liaising with members of the FMHS selection committees, the Admissions Office, the Centre for Student Recruitment and Career Advice and other relevant staff and structures within

the University;

  • Responsible for the execution of follow-up processes regarding outstanding selection information and documents;

  • Responsible for the processing of selection results;

  • Responsible for the secretariat of certain selection and selection-related meetings;

  • Executing ad hoc tasks as required operationally.

  • A university degree or an equivalent qualification;

  • At least three years’ experience of admission and selection processes at a higher education institution or a similar environment, or at least five years’ related academic administration


  • Proven data management experience;

  • Proven ability to work with a high attention to detail and maintain confidentiality;

  • Proven organisational, planning, prioritising and administrative skills;

  • Proven ability to function effectively under pressure and to keep to strict deadlines;

  • Excellent communication skills with internal and external stakeholders and proven ability to function effectively within a multi-lingual and multi-cultural environment;

  • Proven ability to manage problem and conflict situations in a diplomatic manner;

  • Excellent interpersonal relationships with students, direct colleagues and academic staff;

  • Proven computer literacy which includes a good knowledge of Microsoft Office;

  • The ability to work as part of a team;

  • Proven presentation skills;

  • Willingness to work irregular hours at times.

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