OUSA Class Representative Coordinator
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- Job Listing Date
- 7 Feb 2019
- Otago, Dunedin
- Work Type
- Part Time
- Education & Training, Student Services
Are you a people person with exceptional administration skills, and a desire to promote student wellbeing?
The OUSA provides a diverse range of services to its 20,000 student members at the University of Otago. An autonomous body with registered charity status and independence from the University, OUSA offers activities and support to students including:
- A confidential support and welfare advice service, representation and advocacy
- Numerous recreation clubs and societies and the facilities to support these
- A varied events programme
- A student radio station (Radio One)
- An award-winning student magazine (Critic).
We are looking for an enthusiastic, reliable, and hardworking person to join the Student Support Team to coordinate the Class Representative System, take the lead on various campaigns and initiatives and support the operations of our Student Support Centre.
If you are a team player, have a creative approach, are adaptable, and able to work under pressure then we want to hear from you.
You will be joining a committed team of people who genuinely care and are here to make a difference.
OUSA is a dynamic environment to work in – no two days are ever the same! We are an inclusive and supportive employer who values input from all staff.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Strong administrative skills and experience
- Excellent time management and organisational skills and be self-motivated
- Clear written and oral communication skills & active listening skills
- Good problem solving skills
- Flexibility and be adaptable with a creative approach
- Tidy presentation
- An understanding of student life, and the unique Otago experience
A tertiary qualification is preferred.
This is a part time position with the potential for extra hours to be available as required.
Initial enquiries can be made to the Student Support Manager, Sage Burke, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
An application form and job description is available at http://www.ousa.org.nz/home/work-at-ousa/
All applications must include a current CV, cover letter and a completed OUSA application to be sent to email@example.com no later than 5.00pm, Thursday 28th February 2019.