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Student Grants And Development Officer, Student Engagement A...

Queensland University of Technology - Brisbane City, QLD

Education, Childcare & Training
Source: uWorkin


The Student Grants and Development Officer
will assist in the financial and operational
management of the Student Clubs and
Projects (SCAP) Grants program. The
incumbent will work closely with other
members of the Student Engagement and
Sport team liaising with students, staff,
faculties and community organisations to
deliver a range of student club development

This position reports to the Student Grants and
Development Coordinator for supervision,
workload management and for Performance
Planning and Review (PPR).

Key responsibilities include:

  • Provide administrative and financial
support to the Student Grants and
Development Coordinator, and secretarial
support to the Student Clubs and Projects
Grants Committee.
  • Manage financial transactions and assist in
the development and management of
governance structures for the effective and
accountable functioning of clubs/ projects.
  • Assist in the promotion and development
of workshops, resources, and the delivery
of a co-curricular program that enhances
skills development of clubs/project leaders.
  • Proactively work with the team and
contribute to a culture of high quality and
continuous improvement.
  • Collaborate with students, staff and
multiple stakeholders, with particular
attention to student clubs, associations
and groups.
  • Supervise and mentor students/ para-
professional staff in event management.
This includes working in partnership with
student clubs/other divisional areas to
deliver international festivals, cultural
events and sport events.
  • Liaise and coordinate marketing and
communication plans for website, social
media content, promotions of clubs events
and other key events to ensure timeliness
and effective engagement.
  • Compliance with health and safety
policies, procedures, hazard reporting and
safe work practices, particular in relation to
student events.

To ensure job flexibility the successful
appointee may be required to:
  • perform any other duties as nominated by

the University consistent with the relevant

classification descriptors detailed in the
Enterprise Agreement. Staff undertaking
any new duties will receive training;

  • participate in job rotation or multiskilling in
consultation with their supervisor;
  • work across campuses

Type of appointment
This appointment will be offered on a fixed-
term, full-time basis for 12 months.


Gardens Point campus.

Selection Criteria
1. Education, training and/or relevant

experience equivalent to a degree in a
relevant area.

2. Demonstrated experience in managing the
financial transactions of small
organisations or projects.

3. Demonstrated experience in project and
event management with the ability to
complete tasks within established
timeframes and budgets with a high
degree of accuracy and attention to detail,
preferably in a student environment.

4. Well-developed interpersonal and
facilitation skills with demonstrated ability
to effectively communicate with diverse
groups among staff, students and external

5. Demonstrated ability to organise and
prioritise work activities to meet competing
deadlines and to achieve positive work
outcomes in a client focussed

6. Well-developed written communication
skills with demonstrated ability to write
materials for target audiences within
designated timeframes.

Remuneration and Benefits

The classification for this position is Higher
Education Worker Level 5 (HEW5) which has
an annual remuneration range of $79,654 to
$89,842 pa, inclusive of an annual salary range
of $67,883 to $76,566 pa and 17%

In July 2020 QUT staff voted in favour of a
variation to its Enterprise Agreements. The
variations were approved by the Fair Work
Commission in August 2020.

The variation impacts leave loading (for new
staff no loading will be paid or accrued during
the period the variation is in effect), salary
increases (the salary increase which was due
to occur in the first full pay period of December
2020 has been deferred until the first full pay
period of December 2021) and superannuation
(superannuation will be paid to staff as though
the salary increase which would have been
paid in December 2020 has taken effect and,
subject to the rules of the superannuation fund,
a defined benefit member will continue to make
contributions in alignment with the contributions
made by the University). A link to the variation
is here.

Beyond personal and professional fulfilment, a
career at QUT brings a broad range of tangible
benefits. With competitive remuneration
including superannuation, the University offers
real and generous benefits.

QUT is a high quality and flexible organisation
that is proud of its excellent employment
conditions which include but are not limited to:

  • Reduced working year scheme
  • Parental leave provisions
  • Study support encompassing leave and
financial assistance
  • Comprehensive professional development
  • Salary Packaging

Further benefits can be found at the Life at
QUT page.

Information for applicants

The position is open to applicants who have
unrestricted work rights in Australia for the
duration of the fixed-term appointment. In
support of our strategic priority of Indigenous
Australian success, Aboriginal Australians and
Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged
to apply.

For further information about the position,
please contact Uyen Pham, Student Grants
and Development Coordinator, on (07) 3138
9031; or for further information about working
at QUT, please contact Human Resources on
(07) 3138 5000.

Candidates who are interested in the position
are encouraged to apply even though they
may feel they are not strong on individual
selection criteria.

In assessing merit, the panel will take into
consideration “performance or achievement

relative to opportunity”. We recognise that
many staff today have a range of personal
circumstances, and career histories that
challenge traditional ideas of a staff
member. This may mean, for example,
prioritising the quality of achievement rather
than the quantity, as considerations of part-
time employment, career interruptions and
significant periods of leave are taken into
account when assessing performance or

How to Apply
For further information and to apply, please
visit www.qut.edu.au/careers for reference
number 21637.

When applying for this position we encourage
you to upload your response to the selection

Applications close 22 June 2021

Brisbane City, QLD

Education, Childcare & Training


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