Team Leader - Timetabling

Updated: about 2 months ago
Job Type: Permanent

Are you an influencer, action orientated leader who gets the job done?

At the Manukau Institute of Technology Limited (MIT) we have been changing lives in South you Auckland since 1970, and are one of the largest providers of technical, vocational and professional education in New Zealand. Every year in excess of 13,000 students choose to study at MIT, and over 650 staff choose to make it their place of work.

You will be measured by your ability to negotiate and influence to embed and develop an organisational approach to timetabling. Your interpersonal skills will need to be top notch to establish and maintain beneficial relationships with a diverse group of internal stakeholders across our academic teams, and service delivery departments.  

If you have a pragmatic common sense approach and are confident communicator you should have no problem ensuring that everyone is on the same page and is heading in the right direction moving the organisation forward to embed, develop and improve the  timetabling function.

Key Responsibilities Are: 

  • Leading the timetabling development and timetabling team to provide an optimised student experience and associated space utilisation.
  • Providing, developing, and improving timetable procedures, systems and actively manages targets, benchmarks and effective reporting.
  • Delivery of key administrative business tasks supporting the overall timetabling support function contributing to a quality student experience.
  • Strong timetable scheduling understanding and focus on delivery, along with stakeholder engagement and relationship management capability.

Relishing planning and leadership you will lead planning and implementation of MITs timetable development. You'll need to be on your toes for when priorities move and demands change; this is not a role for the feint hearted, you will be calling on your resilience, assertiveness and your persuasive charm to get results, whilst being respected for your straight forward approach and relationship skills.

If you are seeking a team leader role and pride yourself on your resilience and are a master planner and timetabling team leader, please apply now!  

 "Kua herea matou ki te whai i te tuturutaNga o Te Tiriti O Waitangi." We are committed to creating and maintaining a culturally sensitive work environment in relation to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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For a copy of the Job Description or to apply visit http://careers.manukau.ac.nz  if you have any questions please contact Alison Redfern-Daly, People and Culture, 099688759. 

Applications Close: 5 pm Friday 23rd April 2021. 

Please note we may choose to interview before the above close date.    


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