Faculty Project Officer, Digital Assessment Program
Employment Type: Full-time (35 hour week)
Duration: Fixed Term role – Until end of 2022
Remuneration: $90,566 - $96,613 (plus 17% superannuation and leave loading)
Location: Kensington NSW
- Join one of Australia’s Top 20 most attractive employers.
- Our 2025 strategy is driving a period of transformation for UNSW. Help us make it happen.
- Work in a place that values your work life balance, where you’ll be supported by generous benefits and progressive HR practices including a flexible work from home / office hybrid.
UNSW isn’t like other places you’ve worked. Yes, we’re a large organisation with a diverse and talented community; a community doing great things. But what makes us different isn’t what we do, it’s how we do it. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical, and purposeful in all we do.
Why your role matters
The Faculty Project Officer, Digital Assessment Program plays a key role contributing to the educational delivery solutions. This role will assist faculty staff in the transition of course assessments to a new digital assessment platform, Inspera. This role will contribute to the institution wide adoption and transition to business-as-usual of Inspera, enabling a fundamental shift in enhancing the student experience and positioning UNSW as a sector leader.
The role is expected to demonstrate skills, knowledge and an appetite for the use of digital technologies. With support from the Digital Assessment Program project resources, the role will work within Faculties to effectively coordinate a faculty impact audit, including review of assessments, marking and grading practices and the identification of suitable assessment to be transitioned to Inspera.
Who you are
Skills and experience required
To be successful you must have:
• Relevant tertiary qualification or equivalent competence gained through a combination of education, training, and prior experience.
• Demonstrated interest in education and assessment, with experience and/or understanding of approaches to assessment.
• Strong service orientation and client focus, together with interpersonal skills and the demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive and professional relationships with staff at all levels.
• Advanced written and verbal communication skills, including ability to develop presentations and project reports. Analytical acumen to research and analyse material and summarise key issues.
To Apply: Please submit your CV and a Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria (Who you are above)
Please note applications sent to the contact below cannot be accepted.
Talent Acquisition Coordinator
Applications close: Sunday 17 July - Before 11:55pm
UNSW is committed to equity diversity and inclusion. Applications from women, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those living with disabilities, members of the LGBTIQ+ community; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.