Our Campus Liaison Officers are based on university campuses around Australia. They are students who have had an international study experience on an AIM Overseas program and help out with promoting the courses and talking to students who are interested in participating.
Our team is comprised of:
University of Adelaide:
University of Newcastle:
Shani Van Gestel
University of Wollongong:
Charles Sturt University:
University of Tasmania:
University of Technology Sydney:
James Cook University:
At AIM Overseas we are really proud to be an awesome place to work. We have a great friendly team that know how to work hard but also how to have a laugh too.
We are pro-active, innovative and committed to continuous improvement, both as a company and as individuals, and that is reflected in the way we work. We’re honoured if you are thinking about coming to work with us and we look forward to hearing from you.
This is a rare opportunity to join Australia’s leading overseas study team. The Student Administrator’s primary role is supporting the Student Coordinator with student enquiries and applications for AIM Overseas study programs. This will involve close contact with student applicants, particularly speaking with them by phone as part of students’ initial consultation with AIM Overseas. A range of other data management activities using AIM Overseas’ customer relationship management (CRM) system and other tech platforms is also a key part of the role. As a member of a small team, the person will be expected to take on new tasks and to help fill ‘gaps’ as the need arises.
We are a passionate team that is dedicated to helping Australian university students have exceptional international study experiences. If this appeals to you, please apply now – applications close March 4th, but we will appoint prior to this if we find the right person.
AIM Overseas’ Mission Statement
AIM Overseas’ is a dynamic, forward-thinking organisation committed to helping Australians to study overseas. AIM Overseas programs and opportunities are high-quality and the organisation is committed to providing the best possible service and experiences to students and partners. The organisation will achieve this by maximising its use of technology, working with the best possible partners and by engaging staff who are proactive and well-rewarded for their work
“I believe this program provides a great opportunity to see how sustainability principles and theories are being put into practice. Every place is important, with its own culture and resources. Minnesota is a unique place. It is the birthplace of the mighty Mississippi River, and home to prairies, woods, lakes, and abundant wind, sun, and productive soils. We are creating a low-carbon future here in Minnesota with our state policy and our renewable energy implementation. Students will get to see many renewable energy technologies up close. We are also home to unique people, including the Native Americans who were here long before the first Europeans settled in the state. Students will get to see how all of these ingredients mix together to create sustainable stew. I believe students will be inspired by their visit to Minnesota and will leave with many ideas about how they can create change in whatever place they call home.”