Work Placement Coordinator

  • Company:
    Govt NZ Jobs
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    1 day ago
  • Category:
    Govt Jobs
  • Job Type: Ongoing – Full Time
  • Category:
  • Location: Auckland
  • Date Advertised: 09-NOV-18
  • Job Reference: NZ/JZAK811189
  • Job Title: Work Placement Coordinator
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  • Division:
  • Summary:

Permanent, full-time position

We are looking for a Work Placement Coordinator to join our Student Support Services team, to provide high quality and timely work placement services to current and graduating international students. The Work Placement Coordinator will be based at our Auckland campus.

Key accountabilities:

  • The Work Placement Coordinator is responsible to facilitate graduating and current international students work placement by developing a network of industrial and business contacts and negotiating the employment of both Whitireia and WelTec student graduates in roles appropriate to their qualifications at the Auckland campus
  • This position holder will be customer-focused, with the ability to support all students in the preparation of CV’s, interview training and techniques, and the management of employment opportunity matches
  • As a key member of Student Support Services group, this role is expected to work closely with other team members and cover the other duties as required

To succeed in this role, you will need to have experience in a similar role in a NZ educational environment, have working knowledge of key human resources processes and relevant employment legislation. A Full New Zealand driver’s licence is required for this position.

To apply

To view the position description and to apply for this position, please visit www.weltec.ac.nz/careers

Please ensure you follow the instructions for the job application process and complete all the sections of the online application.

For other information, please email recruitment@wandw.ac.nz

Applications close Sunday, 18 November 2018.