Communicate and collaborate with relevant parties within the university (including student organisations) concerning the needs of incoming and outgoing students

Knowledge of (higher) education in a national and global context, in particular re. internationalisation
Identify, interpret and apply information on mobility programmes (ECTS, relevant innovations etc.).
Knowledge of structures, strategies & procedures of the home institution, in particular re. Internationalisation
Understand and interpret the (developments in the) home institution's structures, strategies & procedures (relating to educational policy, student affairs & services, quality assurance mechanisms, marketing & communication, financial policy).
Intercultural skills
Take into account differences in organisational cultures, also within one’s own organisation.
Communication skills
Interact with relevant stakeholders/parties in a constructive and appropriate manner (orally and in writing).
English language skills
Digital skills
Use appropriate digital tools and technologies to collaborate, share data, information and digital content.
Responsiveness, pro-activity & flexibility
Engage in a flexible way with colleagues and student representatives to pro-actively cater for the needs of incoming and outgoing students.
Confidence, empathy & openness
Express empathy for the needs of incoming and outgoing students and be open to suggestions of colleagues and student representatives in this process.