School Registrar

Updated: about 1 month ago
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline: 01 May 2023

School Registrar - School of Public Health and Interdisciplinary Studies

Te āhuatunga a te tūrunga/About the role

The School of Public Health and Interdisciplinary Studies has an exciting opportunity to appoint a School Registrar.

As the School Registrar, you will be responsible for managing the academic administration and quality of the diverse academic programmes that run within the School of Public Health and Interdisciplinary Studies, interfacing with Faculty and University-wide systems and requirements. The School of Public Health and Interdisciplinary Studies offers large common and shared courses that promote interdisciplinary experiences for students across the faculty; non-clinical undergraduate programmes in community health, public and environmental health, hauora, health management, and health sciences that provide work-ready allied health graduates; and internationally sought after postgraduate programmes in Public Health, Hauora, Violence and Trauma, Digital Health Leadership, and Disaster Risk Management and Development.

The School Registrar role facilitates Te Tiriti o Waitangi-focused outcomes, and strategic academic developments that comply with AUT's policies and regulations, and Faculty and School practices and systems. In this role, you will liaise with a range of academic, cultural, and professional staff across the University, to ensure education programmes are aligned with AUT's strategic priorities and coherent delivery and development of programmes across AUT. You will also represent the School, and advocate on our behalf, to Faculty, and, at times, within university-wide forums, as well as with external tertiary institutions, accreditation and approval bodies.

We are looking for a candidate with a detailed knowledge of AUT/university academic regulations, policies, procedures, and practices.  You will need a minimum of five years' experience in an academic administrative role, experience with academic quality systems and processes, and experience with university administrative systems. Excellent communication and self-management skills, and a high-level working knowledge of MS Office, and other applications and platforms, are also essential. As the School is embedding Te Tiriti at the centre of our leadership, teaching and learning, research, resources, capacity, recruitment, retention, promotion, staff wellbeing, spaces, and environment, an understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in tertiary education; knowledge and practice in the principles of equity and diversity; and basic te reo Māori me ona tikanga, and a willingness to build understanding, are required.

For more information about the role, please contact Kim Malan, School Manager by email or call 09 9219999 ex 7797 

Salary Range: $81,000 - $89,000 (dependent on experience and qualifications)

Ref: 85350

Closing date: 1 May 2023, 11:55 PM

*Full-time denotes 37.5 hours per week

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