About the Role
The LGBTQIA+ International Student Project Officer role is supported by Victorian Government through the Healthy Equal Youth (HEY) program. RMIT Training has received funding via the HEY grant program to deliver the Rainbow International Students Project in 2024. This project will entail a series of monthly social events for LGBTQIA+ international students across Melbourne (including those from institutions other than RMIT). These events are intended to facilitate social connectedness and improved mental health and wellbeing amongst LGBTQIA+ international students.
The LGBTQIA+ International Student Project Officer will lead the planning, delivery, and promotion of the project. They will be supported by staff in the Wellbeing and Student Experience teams, in particular the Manager Student Experience and the Student Counsellor, and other RMIT Training teams as required, e.g. Communications, Facilities, etc.
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About RMIT Training
RMIT Training provides pre-tertiary English and Foundation Studies (FS) pathway programs designed for international students seeking admission into RMIT University.
We pride ourselves on delivering real-life practical English skills for the challenges and opportunities our students encounter in a supportive and structured learning environment.
We offer challenging and rewarding career prospects that enable personal and professional growth, as well as leadership development opportunities.
To Apply Please submit your CV and covering letter addressing your suitability for this position by clicking on the ‘ ' link. For further information about this position, please see Position Description below.
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RMIT is a Disability Confident Recruitment Team, and we are happy to adjust the recruitment process for your accessibility requirements. Please contact us at [email protected] telling us your preferred type of communication and we will be in touch as soon as possible to discuss your requirements.
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16 Feb 2024 11.59 pm
RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Isla n der community.
At RMIT, we are committed to supporting adjustments throughout the recruitment and selection process, as well as during employment. We actively support and encourage people with disability to apply to RMIT. To discuss adjustment requirements, please contact Kassie (Senior Talent Acquisition Advisor), via [email protected] or visit our Careers page for more contact information - https: // www. rmit.edu.au/careers.
We are a Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.