- Student Success & Wellbeing
- Position type:
- Full-time, fixed-term appointment for 3 years
- Position reference no:
- SSW _67198145
About the position
The Nyombil Centre provides academic and cultural support by assisting Indigenous students with the unique challenges, in particular related to cultural differences, they may face in moving from remote communities and undertaking the new challenge of University study.
The Nyombil Centre Coordinator will be responsible for providing guidance to staff and students within the Centre as well as coordinating the daily functions of the Nyombil Centre. This position provides cultural, academic, and pastoral support to Indigenous students, as well as scholarship management to accelerate holistic improvements in our Indigenous student outcomes. The Nyombil Centre Coordinator will develop and implement engagement and capacity building strategies which will enrich our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students’ experience.
This appointee will work collaboratively with the General Manager Learning Services on the development of policies and initiatives which will support Indigenous students learning, evaluate and report on services which aim to ensure our Indigenous cohort achieve equitable outcomes, and continue to maintain a strong retention and completion rate which is above the national average.
- About the person:
To be considered for this position, you must identify as an Indigenous Australian and have strong connections within the Southeast Queensland Indigenous community, including an understanding of Indigenous culture. You will possess a Bachelor’s degree in conjunction with a minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience or proven management expertise.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication and customer service skills You will be able to demonstrate your ability to provide high quality support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and be able to build effective relationships with a broad range of University staff and Indigenous community. Experience in coordinating outreach programs such as recruitment and school liaison programs is essential for success in this key position.
To perform this role it is essential that the person who holds the position be an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. It is therefore a genuine occupational requirement under section 25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 that applicants are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.
- Salary details:
Bond University offers a vibrant campus with state-of-the-art facilities in a picturesque location, as well as a range of tangible benefits including (but not limited to): competitive remuneration, bus services to the door, available car parking, use of library, Career Development Services, corporate discount programs and a bulk-billing medical centre on-site.
Remuneration for the appointment will commence at $81,910.54 p.a plus 10% superannuation
- Additional information:
Position related enquiries can be directed to Mr Jason Murray, General Manager, Learning Services on 075595 5617 or [email protected]
- Application and submission details:
For further details regarding this appointment please reference the position description.
Applications will be submitted online via the Careers at Bond University candidate portal. Please follow the 'How to apply' instructions provided. All candidates will be required to register prior to submitting an application
Applicants must have current work rights in Australia at the time of application. This status will be verified as part of the recruitment process.
Conditions of employment for this position are offered under a Bond Workplace Agreement (BWA)
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Applications close at 5:00pm, Friday, 6 August 2021.