Acting Commercial Partnerships Officer

Summary

Are you passionate about university events and student activities? Are you friendly, approachable and have great organisation skills? Monash Student Association (‘MSA’) is a student organisation run by students for students and is looking for an enthusiastic and passionate person to join the team as a Commercial Partnerships Officer.

Details

The MSA is a not for profit organisation that supports Clayton campus students of Monash University.  The MSA requires sponsorship to provide events and activities for students such as the O’Week Festival and Wednesday Sessions, and also on MSA’s digital media assets.

The role of Commercial Partnerships Officer will sit within the Student Representative Support Unit of MSA and be responsible for developing sponsorship opportunities, and  liaising with sponsors and stakeholders.

This position’s main responsibilities will include:

  • supporting MSA student Office Bearers and staff in the design, implementation, organisation and sponsorship of a variety of events; and
  • liaison with membership supporters and sponsors

The position will require someone who has excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to communicate effectively and clearly, with a high level of interpersonal skills.

An understanding of student associations or the higher education industry would be an advantage, while sponsorship and acquisition experience is beneficial.

This role is a temporary contract while the incumbent is on leave for 4 months.

To apply, please submit an application containing a cover letter, resume, and a written response to all selection criteria.

Please click here for the position description

 

Applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria will not be considered.

For further information or to apply for this position please contact Jennifer Gibson on email: msa-jobs@monash.edu

Applications close:  Friday 22nd March 2024


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