Project Manager: TATE Research Hub
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Project Manager: TATE Research Hub
Job no: 0056839
Role type: Full time; Fixed-term to 30 June 2024
Faculty: Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Salary: UOM 8 - $110,709 - $119,829 p.a. plus 17% super
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The Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE) fosters staff productivity, growth and engagement in a collective effort to enrich the contribution that education makes to society. We conduct research and teaching that leads to the transformation of education practice both within and beyond the profession. MGSE stimulates learning that enriches the potential of students from around the world, enabling meaningful careers and profound contributions to communities. We provide research leadership, setting the direction for high-impact, innovative and responsive research that addresses the pressing issues of our time. We lead purposeful engagement with society, sharing our resources and expertise as part of collaborative efforts to build a resilient, equitable and sustainable future.
About the Role
The Project Manager role is responsible for leading the project management and coordination activities of the Teacher and Teaching Effectiveness (TATE) Research Hub. The TATE Research Hub oversees the day-to-day implementation for two projects, the Teacher Capability Assessment Tool (TCAT) and the Assessment for Graduate Teaching (AfGT) on behalf of the AfGT Consortium.
The incumbent is required to engage deeply with both projects and will be responsible for project managing the processes of the two assessment projects. Furthermore, this position will be responsible for executing and coordinating the secretarial function and building relationships with members of the AfGT Consortium and other stakeholders involved in the project. The incumbent will also lead the development, coordination, and implementation of the trial of student dashboards, liaising with internal stakeholders including eResearch for the Hub and the Director of the AfGT Management Team.
You are experienced in working in a digital environment with well-developed IT skills including the Microsoft Office suite of applications, project management tools, online collaboration tools, videoconferencing, and online testing systems. You are a team player, able to supervise, support and motivate team members to meet project objectives. Your strong organisation and time management skills allow you to have oversight of your tasks, working autonomously with limited guidance, while also developing strong working relationships with various groups of stakeholders. You will have highly developed experience in writing project documentation such as project plans and schedules, and meeting agendas, reports, minutes and briefs.
You will also have:
To ensure the University continues to provide a safe environment for everyone, this position requires the incumbent to hold a current and valid Working with Children Check.
About the University
The University of Melbourne is consistently ranked amongst the leading universities in the world. We are proud of our people, our commitment to research and teaching excellence, and our global engagement.
Benefits of Working with Us
In addition to having the opportunity to grow and be challenged, and to be part of a vibrant campus life, our people enjoy a range of rewarding benefits:
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