• UK International Higher Education Jobs
  • Bristol
  • £26,444 to £29,605 per annum, Grade F GBP / Year

University of Bristol

The International Office at the University of Bristol is seeking a Selection Assistant to support admissions for our inbound Study Abroad programs as part of the newly established Centre for Study Abroad. While admissions experience is preferred, we are open to candidates from diverse backgrounds who may not have prior admissions experience. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing team with ambitious recruitment goals. The inbound team supports a diverse and large group of international students throughout their study abroad journey at Bristol, from application to program completion. You would be joining a dynamic and collaborative team focused on providing an exceptional student experience.

As the Selection Assistant, your responsibilities will include checking application documents, responding to student queries, and processing information in various databases to support the admissions process for our inbound Study Abroad programs. You will also assist the Admissions Selector in issuing visa documents, such as CAS and Visitor visa support letters, to confirmed offer holders. Working closely with the Admissions Selector, you will provide excellent customer service to our network of international partner institutions and students throughout the application process. Additionally, you will contribute to improving the efficiency and accuracy of our systems and processes.

We are looking for candidates with relevant experience and strong communication, drive, and customer care skills to deliver a high-quality service. Initiative, proactivity, attention to detail, organizational skills, and excellent customer service are essential. Please refer to the attached job description for a comprehensive list of requirements.

The deadline for applications is 23:59 GMT on October 29th. For any inquiries, please contact Samantha Finegold at samantha.finegold@bristol.ac.uk. Interviews are expected to take place the week starting November 6th.

At the University of Bristol, we are committed to creating an inclusive working environment where all colleagues can thrive and reach their full potential. We value diversity and welcome individuals with different experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives, particularly people of color, LGBT+ individuals, and disabled people. Our strategy to 2030 outlines our mission, vision, and values

To apply for this job please visit www.bristol.ac.uk.