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Interprofessional Co-ordinator

Advertiser: Auckland University Of TechnologyMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
12 Jun 2019
Location
Auckland, Rodney & North Shore
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Administration & Office Support, Administrative Assistants

Interprofessional Co-ordinator

AUT is New Zealand’s most contemporary university, with a unique profile reflecting our history and innovative approaches to teaching, learning and research. AUT’s School of Clinical Sciences seeks an 1.0 FTE Interprofessional Co-ordinator who works with Interprofessional staff on our North and South Campuses. Interprofessional learning (IPL) involves students from all departments within the School of Clinical Sciences coming together to learn from, with, and about one another through participation in an Interprofessional Learning Zone (IPLZ). 

The Interprofessional Co-ordinator will be expected to:

  • provide high quality and comprehensive administrative support for IPL across the School of Clinical Sciences
  • support the Interprofessional Developer and the Interprofessional Steering committee who are charged with the ongoing development, implementation, and monitoring,  of the IPLZ
  • take a lead in managing aspects of the IPLZ particularly in relation to identifying best practice processes such as co-ordinating large groups of students through the IPLZ, and co-ordinating steering and subcommittee processes and tasks.    
  • demonstrate experience related to maintaining and/or developing websites, with experience using a range of digital platforms, eg Moodle

The ability to prioritise work, give attention to detail and be highly organised is important. You will need advanced administrative and communication skills, together with a good working knowledge of software packages, including MS Word, Excel and Access. 

You should possess a relevant tertiary qualification and have substantial administrative experience in a university environment. Knowledge of university and programme organisation, and administrative procedures would be highly desirable.

This position presents an opportunity to join a friendly professional team working alongside academics in an educational health and environmental science setting on our North campus.

For an informal discussion about the position please contact Brenda Flood via email bflood@aut.ac.nz.



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Please note that all applications must be submitted through the standard online application process, we do not accept applications by email.

Auckland University of Technology is an EEO employer; committed to the Treaty of Waitangi and to equity. AUT aspires to be the University of choice for Maori and Pacific communities.

AUT is New Zealand’s most contemporary university, with a unique profile reflecting our history and innovative approaches to teaching, learning and research. AUT’s School of Clinical Sciences seeks an 1.0 FTE Interprofessional Co-ordinator who works with Interprofessional staff on our North and South Campuses. Interprofessional learning (IPL) involves students from all departments within the School of Clinical Sciences coming together to learn from, with, and about one another through participation in an Interprofessional Learning Zone (IPLZ). 

The Interprofessional Co-ordinator will be expected to:

  • provide high quality and comprehensive administrative support for IPL across the School of Clinical Sciences
  • support the Interprofessional Developer and the Interprofessional Steering committee who are charged with the ongoing development, implementation, and monitoring,  of the IPLZ
  • take a lead in managing aspects of the IPLZ particularly in relation to identifying best practice processes such as co-ordinating large groups of students through the IPLZ, and co-ordinating steering and subcommittee processes and tasks.    
  • demonstrate experience related to maintaining and/or developing websites, with experience using a range of digital platforms, eg Moodle

The ability to prioritise work, give attention to detail and be highly organised is important. You will need advanced administrative and communication skills, together with a good working knowledge of software packages, including MS Word, Excel and Access. 

You should possess a relevant tertiary qualification and have substantial administrative experience in a university environment. Knowledge of university and programme organisation, and administrative procedures would be highly desirable.

This position presents an opportunity to join a friendly professional team working alongside academics in an educational health and environmental science setting on our North campus.

For an informal discussion about the position please contact Brenda Flood via email bflood@aut.ac.nz.

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