Student Recruitment Officer
The University of Law is one of the UK’s leading provider of legal education and training, working right at the heart of the legal profession. We bring together teaching of the highest quality, a focus on practical skills and innovative learning styles to deliver perfect preparation for life in legal practice and ongoing professional development.
- Location: Birmingham
- Salary: £27,000 per annum, depending on skills and experience plus benefits
- Permanent Contract
We are looking for a Student Recruitment Officer to work closely with our Student Recruitment Manager to drive intelligence gathering in the region, identifying market opportunities and support the development of a regional plan aimed at generating and converting leads to achieve student recruitment KPIs.
You will work alongside the Recruitment Manager in the development and delivery of a regional plan that targets key institutions with a view to generating leads, applications and ultimately converting those leads to student enrolments. You will also manage, develop and maintain external client relationships within universities, schools and colleges as well as firms in the region.
Events is a large part of this role and you will be involved in the booking and management of these events as well as giving presentations and running workshops both internally and externally.
The successful candidate will be able to act independently and apply an understanding of the business environment in order to input to the regional plan and be effective at various events. You will be able to pro-actively identify problems and seek solutions in order to take a flexible approach to deliver successful events and contribute to the wider strategic plans. It also essential that candidates have previous Higher Education experience (preferably within student recruitment) or relevant commercial experience.
Closing date for applications: 30th June 2017
For a full job description and an application form, please visit our web site.
Please note, CVs will not be accepted.