About the role:
The Assistant Director will contribute to the international component of Advance HE’s strategic development and ensure the successful delivery of the international component of Advance HE’s Commercial Operations Plan, with focus on growing and developing an international offering across all streams of activity and service lines, whilst actively promoting the values and culture of the organisation.
Reporting to the Director of Business Development and Delivery (BDD), the Assistant Director International will provide strategic and collective leadership support to the Director alongside team leadership and management to the Directorate broadly, and for their team specifically.
This is a permanent, full time role.
The salary is £63,580 per annum.
Full time hours are 35 hours per week.
This role is based from our York office, however we are introducing a hybrid model of working and so there will be a mix of working from the office, working from home, and UK-wide and International travel as required.
About Advance HE:
Advance HE works globally to help higher education shape its future. We bring together HE-focused expertise from across our entire sector in teaching and learning; equality, diversity and inclusion; leadership and governance, to help universities to deliver a world-class experience for their students. We do this through the provision of specialist knowledge and resources, externally recognised benchmarking and recognition schemes, and a member-focused, collaborative approach.
At Advance HE you will be working with great people who are passionate about what they do. We provide a wide range of benefits to all our staff including a generous pension with USS; enhanced family leave benefits, 27 days’ annual leave, 8 bank holidays plus up to an additional 4 days over the Christmas and New Year period, cycle to work loans, a paid volunteering day, and flexibility around working hours.
Advance HE is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We are also committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture; for instance, through our Race Action Group. We acknowledge that people from certain backgrounds are under-represented in our sector and we’re committed to doing what we can to correct this. We are particularly keen to receive applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic people.