Director, Cultural Center, BIPOC Student Success, Student Affairs, University of Denver, Denver, CO, USA. Review of applications begins: 7 October 2022; position open until filled.
The mission of The Cultural Center (TCC) is to create an environment where students of color and LGBTQ+ students can critically engage their historical legacies and enhance their educational, intellectual, and personal/professional interest in race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic, and cultural sensibilities. TCC provides a haven for respite and dialogue for students as they navigate their journey at the University of Denver.
The Director of TCC BIPOC Student Success is a senior level position in the Dean of Students (DOS) area and the Division of Student Affairs and Inclusive Excellence (SAIE) at the University of Denver. BIPOC stands for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. The Director is responsible for setting the vision for the Cultural Center BIPOC Student Success through an intersectional approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). The Director is responsible for development, assessment, and implementation of programs, signature events, cohort-based experiences, and leadership development of undergraduate and graduate BIPOC students.
Communications Officer, Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR), Geneva, Switzerland. Deadline: 25 September 2022.
The Communication Officer will be responsible to raise CEMR’s profile.
Your tasks will be:
• To communicate on CEMR’s activities and impact via press releases, social media, videos, or articles targeting EU institutions, Europe’s towns and regions and development cooperation stakeholders.
• To advise and support CEMR colleagues on how best to highlight their work in Brussels and beyond, convey succinct messages in their position papers on draft EU legislation, workshops, or
• Showcase CEMR members’ activities and good practices;
• Contribute to the work of transversal activities: publications, statutory affairs, Secretary General’s
cabinet, events, etc.
•To produce monthly newsletters for CEMR members.
You are requested to send your CV and application letter (CV in French, motivation letter in English), as well as at least 3 articles that you wrote in the past 6 months.
NOTE: The Council of European Municipalities and Regions is the largest organisation of local and regional governments in Europe. Its members are 60 national associations of towns, municipalities and regions from 41 countries that are part of the Council of Europe.
Projects Coordinator, East-West Center, (Center is based in Hawaii, but this position is in Washington, D. C.), USA. Deadline: Open until filled.
The East-West Center is accepting applications for a limited, two-year appointment (with possibility of extension) for a Projects Coordinator within the EWC Washington (EWCW) office. This position provides direct assistance in organizing and executing the ongoing projects coordinated within the EWCW office which include the Asia Matters for America initiative; research, dialogue, and publication projects such as policy dialogues on various US-Indo Pacific relations; the Asia Studies and other Visiting Fellows programs; the seminars and events program; Congressional Staff Program on Asia; and other various education, research and exchange activities.
Other positions currently available at the East-West Center are listed here.
Head of Operations, Scottish Council on Global Affairs, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Deadline: 18 September 2022.
The Scottish Council on Global Affairs (SCGA or ‘the Council’) seeks to appoint a Head of Operations to provide strategic leadership and to manage all aspects of its research and public engagement operations. The SCGA, which is formed of a partnership of the Universities of St Andrews, Glasgow and Edinburgh, is Scotland’s first independent institute of international affairs. It will provide a hub for collaborative, policy-relevant research and a home for evidence-based debate on all aspects of global affairs. The Council will bring together the public, private and not for profit sectors with academic expertise to encourage dialogue, debate and the dissemination of expertise on issues of international importance. It will deepen existing ties and forge new relationships between researchers and institutions in the United Kingdom and with centres of expertise in Europe and around the world.
North Carolina State University is advertising two very different positions, one faculty and one administrative, Raleigh, NC, USA. Deadline: both are open until filled (both posted 1 August 2022).
1.Assistant Professor of Communication and Race
The Department of Communication seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position of Communication and Race beginning August 16, 2023. They welcome applications from candidates who can contribute to the Department’s curricular domains: interpersonal communication, organizational communication, rhetoric, media studies, public relations, media production, and science, health, environment, and risk communication. The successful candidate will teach COM 417, Communication and Race, and they especially welcome applicants from candidates whose teaching and research interests may include (but are not limited to) the following: black digital humanities, environmental humanities, BIPOC digital media and culture (including PR and media production), social movements and counterpublics, international/intercultural communication, and/or anti-colonial, decolonial and postcolonial theories and methods.
2. Assistant Director of Advising and DEI
This Assistant Director of Advising and DEI is an integral part of the Study Abroad Office leadership team and is vital to ensuring that study abroad is accessible and inclusive for the entire NC State student population. This role is responsible for directing student advising, supervising the advising team, leading diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic initiatives, and strategic management of exchange, direct enroll programs, and summer partner programs.
City Diplomacy Manager, Mayors Migration Council (MMC is based in New York, but the position will be based in Geneva, Switzerland). Deadline: 15 September 2022.
The Mayors Migration Council (MMC) is a mayor-led advisory and advocacy organization to accelerate ambitious global action on migration and displacement through city diplomacy and city practice, creating the conditions for urban migrants, displaced people, and receiving communities to thrive.uring that study abroad is accessible and inclusive for the entire NC State student population. This role is responsible for directing student advising, supervising the advising team, leading diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic initiatives, and strategic management of exchange, direct enroll programs, and summer partner programs.
The City Diplomacy Manager will support the Head of Policy and Advocacy (based in New York City) to drive strategic and effective engagement of mayors in global migration and displacement policy dialogue and to maximize their impact in the global political stage. The position will support the City Diplomacy Program’s engagement with migration and displacement actors based in Geneva, Switzerland, including Member State Missions to the UN, the UN Migration Agency (IOM), and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). The City Diplomacy Manager will support the program in the lead up to the Global Refugee Forum and the GFMD (end 2023) — including contributing to the MMC’s engagement and advocacy strategies, conducting desk research, drafting presentations, and coordinating event preparation and logistics.
The successful candidate will be an entrepreneurial, strategic thinker with excellent project management, research, and communications skills. They will have experience working with UN Agencies and Member States, good knowledge of global migration and refugee governance, and preferably experience engaging with city governments. They will be a proactive, experienced relationship builder who thrives in a fast-paced, value-driven environment.
Manager of International Development, University of Vaasa, Vaasa, Finland. Deadline: 7 September 2022.
As the International Development Manager you will work to achieve substantial growth in overseas recruitment and enhance institutional global partnerships and networks in the designated market (India and South Asia). Working closely with the Vice Rector and reporting to the Director of International Development, you lead the implementation of the University’s international student recruitment strategy as a part of the wider University strategic plan and in support of the University Schools’ objectives. In consultation with senior management and other internal stakeholders, you will set recruitment priorities and deliver appropriate international development for the dedicated market.
To be successful in this role, you will have a background in and experience of international student recruitment, and ideally excellent knowledge of India/South Asia and another major recruitment market. You have excellent collaborative skills and substantial experience of developing strong working relationships in an international setting.
In this role you should be prepared to undertake overseas visits which amount up to twelve weeks each year. The focus of this role will be India and South Asia. You may be expected to engage in other recruitment markets in line with the University’s development plans.
Multiple positions, British Future and Welcoming Committee of Hong Kongers, London, UK. Deadline: 2 September 2022.
British Future and the Welcoming Committee for Hong Kongers are working together to promote the full engagement of BN(O) status holders in the UK through effective settlement and integration. In its first six months its activities have already made a significant contribution to achieving the aims of the UK’s Hong Kong Welcome Programme.
Following the confirmation of government funding for the next stage of the Hong Kong Welcoming Programme, the Welcoming Committee are looking to recruit motivated individuals for three exciting roles in this high profile national project:
Please select one of the role titles for detailed descriptions of each post, including information on how to apply.
Liaison Officer in Brussels, Anna Lindh Foundation (organization based in Egypt; position based in Belgium). Deadline: none listed; posted 22 July 2022.
“The Anna Lindh Foundation is looking for talented and prepared young at heart people ready to make a change in the region to join our multicultural team; who share our strategic vision and organisation values of empathy, inclusivity and creativity; and who want to work as part of a broader movement to create a culture of dialogue and exchange among and within our societies.
In its new phase 2022-2025, the Foundation aims at mainstreaming youth, gender equality and networking with a clear determination to lead aspiring regional and local intercultural dialogue initiatives that are useful for societies and institutions with a very pragmatic approach.
The ALF’s action is based on the two main bodies of the Foundation: The civil society and coordinators of its National Networks of more than 4.000 members across the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and the Balkans, and the 41 Member States of its Board of Governors.
The Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures (ALF), created in 2005 and based in Alexandria is registered by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as an international intergovernmental organisation and its aim, according to its statutes, is to promote the dialogue between cultures and to contribute to the visibility of the Barcelona Process through intellectual, cultural and civil society exchanges.”
Other jobs currently available at ALF:
Research Communications Administrator, Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland, UK. Deadline: 29 July 2022.
The Research Communications Administrator reports to the Centre Manager and Centre Director at the Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics. The Research Communications Administrator will principally support the collection, development and writing of research communications content. This content will fold into the Insight communications strategy, be related to events promotion and development of publicity materials for research projects across Insight@DCU. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to make the role their own depending on their interests and experience, in response to the priorities of the Site.
- The ideal candidate must have a primary degree in the area of marketing, media or other relevant area.
- The successful candidate should have a minimum of three years’ relevant experience working in communications.
- The successful candidate will be well organised, capable of co-ordinating and progressing tasks on their own initiative and be able to contribute in a collaborative way to the Operations team.
- S/he will have excellent written, communication and interpersonal skills.
- A qualification or experience working in science communication would be a distinct advantage.
- Experience working in a Research Centre or University environment would be a distinct advantage.