Develop and foster a collaborative, caring, and inspiring working environment, in which engagement support professionals feel safe and empowered to be critical and creative set goals and objectives for the engagement support professionals, which will be used as a basis for regular performance assessments.
Contribute to the development and implementation of policies, standards, and transformation initiatives related to topics such as impact and engagement.
Maintain strong collaborative working relationships with researchers, academic units, centres, and relevant professional support units, to ensure the effective delivery of engagement support develop and implement effective engagement strategies and activities to inform researchers about the services and resources available to them.
Implement and sustain systems, including engagement information and application systems, to ensure the effective performance of engagement support tasks.
Develop and nurture strong relationships with outside stakeholders such as corporate and non-corporate partners, and other academic institutions.
Requirements / skills:
A proven record of successful human relations experience including the ability to serve as a catalyst for initiatives that increase employee diversity, development, and wellbeing.
Demonstrated commitment to using data to inform practice.
Superior interpersonal and intercultural communication competence to provide leadership and to model habits of interaction that ensure a campus culture of collaboration, inclusivity and wellbeing, including adaptability and humility.
Passion for a vision and demonstrated evidence of commitment to our grounding values of respect, human potential, diversity and inclusion, evidence-based decision-making, and community.
Demonstrated ability to provide clarity in ambiguous situations.