Monash University: Identifying Monash connections in receipt of Australian Honours (2021-22)
Identifying Monash connections in receipt of Australian Honours (2021-22)
Sunday, 5th September 2021
This project is proudly funded and supported by Monash University.
Each year members of the Monash Community are recognised by the Australian Government for excellence, achievement or meritorious service and contributions to our society through the Australia Day and Queen's Birthday Honours lists. Following the announcement of the Honours lists, the Vice-Chancellor acknowledges the members of the Monash Community for their award by provision of a physical letter.
The current process to identify the Monash Community recipients is manual, time consuming, costly and vulnerable to human error. We are seeking an automated process to identify the Monash Community Australian Honours recipients.
1. An automated process to identify Monash alumni, staff and students who have received an Australia Day or Queen's Birthday Honour.
2. A list of recipients of Australia Day and/or Queen's Birthday Honour recipients from the Monash Community, with their known/updated contact details, the nature of their affiliation with Monash, and details of their award citation.
3. An automated process to generate personalised letters for recipients, which allows for personalised input from key University staff (eg. Primary Relationship Managers for recipients).
4. An automated process to record a copy of the correspondence and update their UniCRM Engage record with new information (updated contact details, involvement code).
Art, Design and Architecture
Hold an Australian permanent resident/humanitarian visa, or
Hold an international student visa (Must be Melbourne placed during placement period)
Applications for this project are welcome from penultimate and subsequent year undergraduates, Masters and PhD students (coursework and research) who are currently enrolled full-time at Monash including for the period December 2021 to end of February 2022.
Your application will be reviewed by senior university members and assessed against the following criteria:
Quality of covering letter, resume and on-line application including spelling & grammar
Relevance of your degree to the project(s) you select
Skills, ability, knowledge and experience relevant to the project(s) you apply for
Quick Learners, adaptable and enthusiastic.
Career goals and ambitions
Successful interview with industry partner
Scope for MITI projects are determined by the industry partners, this includes student disciplines and whether they require students at undergraduate, Masters or PhD level.
The final selection of the MITI project team will be made by the industry partner.
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