Auckland, New Zealand Full-time UoA Department Name: Executive Education Campus: Auckland City Campus Contract Type: Fixed-Term Position Number: 55558096
The University of Auckland is New Zealand’s world-ranked top 100 university. The Business School is one of the largest and most successful in the Australasian region, and the top-ranked Business School in New Zealand. Our Business school has an international reputation for its excellence, innovation, programmers and partnerships. Within the Business School, the Graduate School of Management (GSM) delivers the MBA, Post Graduate Diploma and Executive Education programmes.
Executive Education helps over 2,000 professionals annually to improve their individual and organisational performance in both the private and public sectors. We offer a comprehensive range of short courses and tailored learning programmes for individuals and managers at all levels to help them achieve business and personal growth. Over 53,000 professionals have attended and benefited from our programmes since 1996. Our programmes improve the management, leadership, performance, and competitiveness of both private and public sector organisations across New Zealand.
The Business School is seeking to appoint a Programmes Advisor to join the Executive Education team in the GSM.
The main purpose of the role is to provide professional advice to assist individuals and businesses in choosing and enrolling in the best Executive Education programmes and converting leads into enrolments. The programmes advisor will provide proactive programme advisory services covering mainly public Short Courses administering enrolments to maximise revenues.
To excel in this role, you will have a passion for personal and professional development and strong skills and experience in:
- Confidence using the phone proactively talking with clients and leads
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Strong Administration back ground
- Some experiences and knowledge in marketing would be helpfull
- Well-developed organisational and detail oriented skills with a professional focus on achieving goals
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
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