Open position

Erasmus Officer

The Officer will be required to develop and deliver an effective International Mobility Strategy to increase take-up of Erasmus funding for study placements and traineeships.

The role will involve managing international mobility programs and carrying out activities regarding all phases of mobility, i.e. student assistance and front office, calls for applications, study plans, recognition of credits. The post holder will manage the Erasmus+ documentation and tools from the selection to the end of the mobility such as reporting and budgeting.

He will be the central point of contact for all mobility activities: development, implementation and review of University procedures and requirements and provision of advice and guidance on the Erasmus programme to all University departments.

Moreover the Erasmus Officer will support the internationalization process of the University and serves as welcome point for international students.

 

 

Required qualifications

  • BA/BS Degree required.
  • 1-4 years’ experience in a University Erasmus or student mobility Office.
  • Excellent knowledge of English and outstanding communication skills (written and oral) both in English and Italian language.
  • Confident with Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate and interact effectively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
  • Independent, decision maker and strong organizational skills with the ability to set priorities and coordinate ongoing activities in parallel.
  • Experience in working with tight deadlines and with multiple priorities.
  • Budgeting skills.
  • Other languages is a plus.
  • Previous experience in institutional relations and/or personal mobility experience during University studies is appreciated.

Full-time – 5 (five) working-days per week (Monday to Friday). Please send your CV to  work@unicamillus.org, with Object: “Erasmus Officer”. You can attach a CV, a cover letter and a photo. Formats: doc, docx, pdf. Max. dimension: 1 MB.

Education Project Coordinator

The person has the responsibility to manage the education projects, from the launch until the closure, and to manage the relationships with the external stakeholder and the project’s partners, as well as with the participants and the Professors of the education courses.

Main tasks:

Coordination, realization, management, and supervision of the scheduled activities.

Planning, launch, supervision and closing of the didactic activities.

Screening of CV and candidates’ selection.

Organization of the didactic calendar.

Organization and supervision of the exams.

Providing information about the courses and the other services offered by the University.

Requisites  

  • Bachelor Degree;
  • Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Previous experience in similar roles;
  • Organizational and problem solving skills;
  • Ability to work in a team;
  • Ability to develop a relationship with the users;
  • Clear and empathetic communication skills;
  • Flexibility.

Preferential requisites

  • Excellent knowledge of English – written and oral;
  • Excellent knowledge of French – written and oral;
  • Previous experience in the coordination of funded education projects.

Full-time – 5 (five) working-days per week (Monday to Friday). Please send your CV to  work@unicamillus.org, with Object: “Education Project coordinator”. You can attach a CV, a cover letter and a photo. Formats: doc, docx, pdf. Max. dimension: 1 MB.

Degree Course Coordinator

The Degree Course Coordinator is the reference point for all the issues regarding the organization of the Degree Course didactics.

The Coordinator has the responsibility to organize the Degree Course activities. He/she acts for the effectiveness of the DC, according to the University fundamental aims and in compliance with the University Quality Assurance System and with the guidelines of the National Agency for the University System and the Research (ANVUR).

Main tasks: 

  • contribute to the exchanges between Professors and students for the favourable realization of the educational objectives of the Course; signal possible issues to the involved parties and responsible offices, acting to overcome them also via proposals for improvements on the DC;
  • invite the person responsible for each subject to make available the information on the course via the institutional website (educational objectives, programme, attendance modality, exam guidelines, didactic material, prerequisites and possible preparatory exams, Professor’s CV, office hours, etc.), written according to the Dublin’s descriptors; furthermore, ask the interested parties to complete the survey on the subject’s didactics;
  • supervise the appropriateness and the functioning of the classrooms, laboratories and student support services; check the completeness and the regular update of the institutional webpage of the DC;
  • guarantee the availability of procedures to manage possible claims by the students and ensure that these are easily accessible to them;
  • provide the reference persons with the necessary information for the compilation of the database for the educational offer;
  • guarantee the regular number of exam dates for each session and for each subject, in compliance with the norms on the intervals between them and the overlapping;
  • propose to the office in charge, the components of the regular exam committees and the composition of the Degree Course final exam, together with the substitutive components;
  • perform all the tasks assigned by the Degree Course Board as provided by the Didactic Regulation, in accordance with the specific appointment.

Requisites

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Sciences, Biology or Nutritional Sciences;
  • Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Previous experience in similar roles;
  • Organizational and problem solving skills;
  • Ability to work in a team;
  • Ability to develop a relationship with the users;
  • Clear and empathetic communication skills;
  • Flexibility.

Preferential requisites

  • Master’s Degree in Medical Sciences, Biology or Nutritional Sciences;
  • Excellent knowledge of English – written and oral;
  • Excellent knowledge of French – written and oral;

 

Full-time – 5 (five) working days per week (Monday to Friday). Please send your CV to work@unicamillus.org, with Object: “Degree Course Coordinator”. You can attach a CV, a cover letter and a photo. Formats: doc, docx, pdf. Max. dimension: 1 MB.