Nura Gili Student Ambassador

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE PART OF REPRESENTING NURA GILI & UNSW OUT IN THE COMMUNITY? APPLICATIONS TO BE A NURA GILI STUDENT AMBASSADOR ARE NOW OPEN!!

 

POSITION SUMMARY

 

PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST BE IN 2ND YEAR OR ABOVE OR BE AN ENROLLED POSTGRADUATE STUDENT TO BE A STUDENT AMBASSADOR

 

Nura Gili Student Ambassadors are responsible for assisting Nura Gili  staff in the delivery of accurate information on programs offered at UNSW, admission requirements, student support services and university life to prospective Indigenous students. 

 

Ambassadors are often the first contact that prospective Indigenous students have with UNSW at careers markets, high schools visits, community events/activities or when visiting the Kensington campus.  These visits are conducted on a regular basis throughout the year. 

 

Ambassadors are required to participate in the major promotional events held by UNSW, such as Year 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Info Day (August), UNSW Open Day (September) and UNSW Info Day ( December). 

 

KEY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Participate in the major promotional events held by UNSW
  • Provide a first contact for prospective Indigenous students have with UNSW at careers markets, high schools visits, community events/activities or when visiting the Kensington campus.
  • Assist in the University recruitment planning sessions and have the ability to contribute to improving the recruitment/conversion process.
  • Be actively involved in community engagement and will have the opportunity to work with students and community people from across NSW including those, who are from diverse backgrounds
  • Assist in providing UNSW and Nura Gili’s commitment to education and will be part of the education process for not only school students but Indigenous families across NSW
  • Attend metro, rural and interstate tertiary information events, career markets and community events, usually supervised by the NG Student Recruitment Officer or Outreach Officer, to provide prospective Indigenous students with program information and student perspectives of university life
  • Visit high schools and give a short presentation about studying at UNSW and the support services and programs NG offer Indigenous students. Ambassadors also speak to students, teachers and sometimes their parents, about the University covering a variety of topics including the programs, majors, courses, exchange, scholarship and co-op programs and extra-curricular activities available.
  • Act as hosts for tours of the Kensington campus.  Ambassadors may be required to make a short presentation similar to those given when visiting schools, followed by a walking tour of the campus.
  • Participate in the UNSW Major Recruitment Events by answering prospective students’ questions, and providing a general public relations role in promoting UNSW
  • Cooperate positively in a team environment; and
  • Cooperate with all health and safety policies and procedures of the University and take all reasonable care to ensure that your actions or omissions do not impact on the health and safety of yourself or others.

PAY RATE

 

Level 1 Point 1: $33.21 per hour

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

 

Applications Close Friday, 12 April 2019 at 5pm (late or incomplete applications won’t be accepted)