IREX: Program Coordinators, Fulbright Exchanges (USA)

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Program Coordinators, Fulbright Teacher Exchange Programs, IREX, Washington, DC. Deadline: none listed.

IREX has a position posted for Program Coordinators (PC) to support their Education practice in providing administrative support to the Fulbright Teacher Exchange Programs in the day-to-day administration of program activities including logistics, implementation of  initiatives, financial monitoring, and communicating with partner organizations. The PC supports events and management, reporting internally and externally.

NOTE: This position description has no date for when it was posted, or when it expires. If it is already filled, there are many other positions available at IREX, not only in the USA but internationally. IREX started as the International Research Exchange, about 50 years ago. Their current organizational description says: “IREX is a global development and education organization. We focus on people, not on vaccines, roads, or wells. We work in more than 100 countries on issues such as education, leadership, information, and youth.”

Multaka Oxford Project: Several Positions (UK)

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The Multaka Oxford Project, based at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford University, Oxford, UK,  is advertising several positions with different, but short, deadlines.

Multaka Oxford is an award-winning project working with two Oxford University museums: the History of Science Museum and the Pitt Rivers Museum. This inclusive programme works in partnership with local organisations to support people who are forced migrants settling in Oxford.

  1. Part-time Collections Officer. Deadline: 2 December 2019.

The postholder will form part of the Multaka Oxford project team funded by a private donor to activate the Museum’s collections, notably those from the Arab world as a springboard to recruit community volunteers and project participants. The project brings in different voices, perspectives and narratives to the Museum, its collections, engagement activities and relevance to different audiences. The postholder will hold a crucial role working with the Museums’ collections alongside volunteers and project participants to develop people’s confidence, support opportunities for inter-cultural dialogue and welcome different audiences to the Museum. The Collections Officer will consult, co-design and support the recruitment, training, supervision and mentoring of the community volunteers and project participants to deliver a range of activities at the same time as enhancing the relevant collections database records at the Pitt Rivers Museum.

2. Part-time Community Ambassador. Deadline: 25 November 2019.

This is an exciting new role which focuses on developing links between the Multaka project and communities in Oxford. The postholder will support both the participants, volunteers and staff team to achieve the project’s aims of developing people’s confidence, supporting opportunities for inter-cultural dialogue and welcoming different audiences to the Museum as volunteers. Working as part of the team, the postholder will advise and support this inclusive approach as the project works towards bringing in different voices, perspectives and narratives to the Museum, its collections, engagement activities and relevance to different audiences.

Swinburne U Technology: Prof/Dept Chairs in Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities (Australia)

“JobTwo Professor & Department Chair Positions in Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Deadline: 20 November 2019.

Swinburne University of Technology is seeking two key Department Chair positions from 2020 – one to lead the Department of Film and Animation and one to lead the Department of Media and Communication.

The two Chairs will have key roles in leading and further developing two successful departments. Successful candidates will bring leadership experiences and research expertise that contributes to the Australian fields of research codes 1902 (Film, Television and Digital Media), and FoR 2001 (Communication and Media Studies).

The appointees will work in a diverse school located at Hawthorn campus, encompassing four Departments (Media and Communication; Film and Animation; Social Sciences; and Education) and two research Centres (Centre for Transformative Media Technologies and Centre for Urban Transitions). Both positions are three-year appointments with the possibility of renewal.

Carter Center: Senior Associate Directors (USA)

“JobTwo positions currently available, The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA, USA. Deadline: Positions remain posted until they are filled, so check links to see if they are still listed before applying.

Senior Associate Director, Conflict Resolution Program, Carter Center, Atlanta, GA.

Serving as a deputy to the Conflict Resolution Program Director, the Senior Associate Director oversees the implementation of Conflict Resolution program activities.  The Senior Associate Director’s primary responsibilities include: all aspects of project management (design, implementation, and evaluation), fundraising, budget and grant management, staff supervision, and liaising with both Carter Center program and departmental personnel and external stakeholders.  The Senior Associate Director supports the Program Director in setting overall strategy and assures that projects align with the program mission. The Senior Associate Director primarily manages activities for MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, including track-2 and 1.5 activities, data collection and analysis, conferences, field missions, networking and negotiation/facilitation and other activities. S/He will manage and provide leadership to Atlanta staff and field-based staff and provide direction on short-term missions to countries of potential programmatic interest.  S/He will supervise staff, interns, and volunteers.

Senior Associate Director, Global Access to Information Program, Carter Center, Atlanta, GA.

Serving as the deputy to the Director, the Senior Associate Director oversees the implementation of the Global Access to Information Program’s country programming portfolio. The Senior Associate Director’s primary responsibilities include: all aspects of project management (design, implementation, and evaluation), fundraising, budget and grant management, staff supervision, and liaising with both Carter Center program and department personnel and external stakeholders. The Senior Associate Director supports the Program Director in setting overall strategy and assures that projects align with the program mission.

The Carter Center is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization founded in 1982 in Atlanta, GA, by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, in partnership with Emory University. The Center has helped to improve millions of lives in more than 80 countries by waging peace, fighting disease, and building hope. The Carter Center is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering. It seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health.

Northeastern U: NUin Program Liaisons/International Coordinators

“JobNUin Program Liaisons and International Coordinators, Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Deadline: March 1, 2019.

Northeastern University is hiring a N.U.in Program Liaison and several International Coordinator positions for each N.U.in program location(Australia, Canada, England, Greece, Ireland, Italy). The N.U.in on-site staff support the physical, emotional, social, and academic needs of first-year students. These staff members, in addition to support staff at the host institution, focus on creating positive and valuable experiential learning for students in their academic coursework, host city, and student residences. Site staff work non-traditional hours to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students. Program Liaisons supervise a team of International Coordinators. Site staff enthusiastically embody the mission and values of The N.U.in Program and Northeastern University while working and living in close proximity to first-year students.

U Oregon Job Ad: Global Education Advisor (USA)

Job adsGlobal Education Oregon (GEO) Advisor, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. Deadline: September 18, 2018.

The Office of International Affairs is seeking two Advisors to provide support to students considering and participating in study abroad programs and international internships. This GEO Study Abroad Advisor will report to the Assistant Director-Advising and is responsible for providing support to students considering and participating in study abroad programs and international internships. The primary duties of this position will be to advise and recruit students, interview applicants, participate in the selection process, and lead pre-departure orientations. This position will also assist the GEO Institutional Relations unit with publicity efforts, which requires excellent written and verbal communication skills. Additionally, the Advisor will assist in managing applications and tracking enrollments and admissions for GEO programs.

Institute for Study Abroad Job Ads: Vice President; Assistant Field Directors (USA)

Job adsThe Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA) based in Indiana, USA currently has 4 open positions:

Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA)

This position provides a unique opportunity to shape an evolving organization and the long-term impact of education abroad on participants. Open until filled; posted August 20, 2018, screening begins September 24, 2018.

Assistant Field Director: 3 positions available

The Assistant Field Director position is a full-time, salaried, non-exempt position based in Indianapolis at the IFSA office. Assistant Field Directors assist in developing university relationships and promoting IFSA programs to study abroad professionals, faculty, academic advisors, and students. Assistant Field Directors will provide support to the University Relations team by traveling extensively within Field Director regions, visiting current partners and cultivating relationships and growing overall student enrollment in IFSA programs. Open until filled; posted August 20, 2018.

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Wenzhou-Kean University Job Ads: Faculty & Administrators (China)

Job adsKean, a comprehensive New Jersey state university, is seeking faculty and staff from all disciplines for its additional instructional location in Wenzhou, China. Deadline: Until filled.

Wenzhou is one of the most vibrant and economically advanced cities on China’s East Coast, located one hour by plane and just over three hours by high-speed train from Shanghai. Launched in 2012, Wenzhou-Kean University (WKU) is in the midst of a growth phase that will bring enrollment to more than 5,000 students. All instruction is in English and all curriculum is provided by Kean USA.

All faculty positions are full-time, single or multi-year assignments, effective for the start of the spring 2018 semester. Positions will be offered at Lecturer level. Lecturers teach 30 credits per academic year; provide student and learning support services; and service to the university and/or professional community. Potential for future tenure-track appointments are available at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor and require teaching assignments (24 credits per academic year); student and learning support services; service to the university and/or professional community; and research.

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

Director of Accreditation and Assessment

 

 

Northeastern U Job Ads: International Coordinators (8 countries)

Job adsInternational Coordinator NUin Program, Northeastern University in Massachusetts. Deadline: Open until filled. (Posted: February 20, 2018).

The N.U.in Program is a unique opportunity for freshmen accepted for Spring Admission to Northeastern University. Students study at one of our N.U.in international partner institutions during the Fall semester and enter Northeastern University in the Spring. Partner universities or institutions abroad provide academic courses to the participants while N.U.in staff provide on-site leadership and support services.
We are hiring for International Coordinator (s) for each of the following locations (locations are subject to change):

  • Australia
  • Canada
    China (Mandarin language skills desirable)
  • England
  • Germany
  • Greece (Greek language skills desirable)
    Ireland
  • Italy (Italian language skills desirable)

The International Coordinator (IC) will assist the N.U.in Program Liaison and/or N.U.in Program On-Site Advisor in all facets of the N.U.in Program for one of the aforementioned N.U.in locations. These facets include, but are not limited to:

Social, including student programming and excursions
Academic support
Service-learning coordination
Student conduct

The IC will work collaboratively to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students and contribute to the development and overall success of the program. Responsibilities may vary based on site placement.

CIEE Job Ads: Director of Study Abroad; Student Life Director & Assistant (UK)

Director of CIEE Global Institute, London
Council on International Educational Exchange – Study Abroad
Closes: 31st January 2017
Reports To: Regional Director of Operations, Global Institutes

A nonprofit, non-governmental organization, CIEE is the world leader in international education and exchange. For 70 years CIEE has helped thousands of people gain the knowledge and skills necessary to live and work in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world by offering the most comprehensive, relevant, and valuable exchange programs available. Serving over 300 U.S. College and University consortium members, CIEE operates sixty study centers in over forty countries that support study abroad programs for over 8,000 students annually. In addition, as the largest sponsor for U.S. Department of State J-1 Visa programs, CIEE helps nearly 25,000 international students participate in U.S. based exchange programs annually. CIEE programs and services span study abroad, teach abroad, international faculty development seminars, and inbound exchange study, work, and internship programs for today’s high school and university students, professionals, and educators.

We strive to lead a robust community of international program providers and sponsors through innovation, exemplary service and exceptional efficiency. Our success depends on having the very best professionals. CIEE is committed to recruiting and retaining the best people in the industry, particularly those who are passionate about international education, are self-starters with high levels of energy and autonomy, and are dedicated to exceed expectations in every challenge.

Responsibilities:
The Director of the CIEE Global Institute – London is responsible for the quality and success of CIEE programs offered in London, with overall responsibility for the management of all aspects of the Global Institute, ensuring the highest levels of quality and customer satisfaction. A significant feature of the work is the planning and delivery of the CIEE Open Campus program, a highly innovative study abroad concept that enables students to design a program from six to 36 weeks, in up to three different locations. This program is defined by the highest standards of educational quality, rigorous coordination between Open Campus locations, and providing access to students of diverse backgrounds. The Director works closely with a core management team who are responsible for the effective, timely, and on-budget delivery of multiple program aspects.

Skills and Experience:
Successful applicants will be seasoned professionals with at least five years’ experience in a leadership role within study abroad, international educational exchange, or a related higher education institutional setting. A Ph.D. is preferred, while a Master’s degree is required.


Student Life Director
Council on International Educational Exchange – Study Abroad
Closes: 31st January 2017
Reports To: Director, Global Institute – London

Summary of Position: The Student Life Director is responsible for design and delivery of student life programming, community and intercultural engagement activities, and establishing and enforcing procedures to maintain the health, safety, and security of the students at the Global Institute facility. The Director manages the staff of the Student Life Office (SLO) that facilitates cultural integration between students and the broader community in London and coordinates (with the Academics Department) the planning and delivery of experiential learning opportunities such as extra-curricular events, day-trips, and overnight Study Tours. The SLO staff also ensures student access to healthcare providers and establishes preventative and responsive measures and protocols to ensure residential safety and compliance with behavior requirements.

NOTE: CIEE is also advertising two related positions: Student Life Assistant and Operations Assistant, also based in London.