Regional Director – Greater China

  • Executive
  • China
  • This position has been filled

Australian University

Senior regional leadership role

  • Australian University
  • Regional Leadership role
  • Location flexible within China (Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou preferred)

About Our Client

Our client is a leading Australian university with a bold ambition to grow substantially by 2030, with a sizeable proportion of this growth to come from international markets.

About the Role

The Regional Director will play a key role in driving international student recruitment outcomes through evidence, expertise and engagement.

The Regional Director also leads a team of specialised Recruitment, Conversion and Admissions staff and is responsible for the co-development and implementation of strategies and systems designed to ensure commencement and load targets are achieved and within budget for the Region.

Key Requirements

  • Degree with subsequent extensive relevant experience in the successful recruitment of students from the Greater China region to Australia or other global study destinations.
  • Experience in transnational education and working with education partners in Greater China.
  • Demonstrated depth   or   breadth   of   expertise   developed   through   extensive   relevant experience and application.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead a high performing recruitment team to drive and implement a recruitment plan including the ability to achieve student commencement targets.
  • Ability to innovate and take responsibility for outcomes.
  • Excellent interpersonal   communication,  cross-cultural   and   negotiation   skills   and   with demonstrated established  network  of  contacts  to  lead  the  international  marketing  and communication activities of the University.
  • Demonstrated ability to set  priorities  and  monitor  workflows of  staff within own  area  of responsibility.

Our ideal candidate will bring experience, creativity and gravitas to this role, allowing them to quickly build a strong, cohesive team, as well as cooperative partnerships with internal and external stakeholders.

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