Caboolture graduate gains project officer role

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Caboolture graduate gains project officer role


USC MBA graduate Brock O'Dwyer has landed a job in the education sector. Photo supplied by Silver Rose Photography

17 October 2013

Brock O’Dwyer of Caboolture has secured a job working at one of Australia’s leading educational assessment organisations after completing a Master of Business Administration at the University of the Sunshine Coast.

Brock, 26, graduated from USC on Thursday 3 October and is now working as a project officer at Education Assessment Australia, an educational subsidiary of University of New South Wales Global.

He said USC prepared him for working with different teams and strengthened his skills in leading and delivering on projects.

“I am responsible for working with a range of departments on multiple projects to ensure all run smoothly and meet deadlines,” he said.

“My MBA at USC provided valuable insight into how all the departments within a business function and rely on each other to achieve success.”

Brock said he enjoyed studying his Masters at USC.

“The tutors and lecturers in my course were passionate about their fields, and that passion was infectious for us as students,” he said.

“The relaxed atmosphere and the location of the campus close to the beach made it the ideal place to build my skills.”

Photo supplied by Silver Rose Photography.

— Jessica Halls

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