International Student Advisor
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Logo Institution University of South Dakota Working Title International Student Advisor Posting Number NFE02143P Department USD-Gallagher International Center Physical Location of Position (City) Vermillion Posting Text
The University of South Dakota's International Office is seeking applicants for the position of International Student Advisor. The Advisor performs the duties of a Designated School Official (DSO). They are responsible for advising USD's approximately 250 F-1 students about maintaining non-immigrant status in the US, and assisting students with immigration, visa, financial, orientation, academic, cross-cultural, and personal adjustment matters.
As a member of a an office of six professionals, this position takes the lead in the development, implementation, and presentation of key cultural integration initiatives to ensure a positive living and learning experience, including orientation programs, off-campus educational programs, and other activities for international students. They will also serve as the International Office liaison to the Global Living Learning Community, teach an undergraduate, one-credit, first-year experience course, and assist with the design of and updates to handouts, forms, presentations, and the International Student Services webpages.
The candidate must have the ability to work some evenings and weekends.
Candidates will have at minimum a Bachelor's degree and: 1+ years of experience in college student programming or advising; demonstrated ability to efficiently complete detail-orientated work with a high degree of accuracy; 1+ years of experience working or living in an international or multi-cultural setting; teaching experience (broadly defined); experience using social media to support programming and training; excellent written and oral communication skills (English). U.S. citizenship or permanent residency required as mandated by federal regulations. Must be able to hold a passport/travel internationally.
Prefer candidates with 2+ years of experience or a master's degree.
Posting Date 09/28/2023 Closing Date Open Until Filled Yes First Consideration Date 10/12/2023 Advertised Salary commensurate with qualifications, plus benefits Duration of the Term 12 months If Other, describe duration Appointment Percent 100 Work Hours
Monday - Friday office hours plus evening and weekend events as scheduled. May involve overnight travel and possibly international travel.
Typical Hours Worked Per Week Appointment Type Regular Faculty Status No Scope of Search External (includes Internal) If internal, define scope of search This position requires Travel, Overnight stays, Weekends/Holidays, Valid Drivers License, Other If other, please indicate Ability to become a designated school official and alternate responsible officer. Department Description and Cultural Expectations
The Gallagher International Center recruits and serves USD's international degree seeking, exchange, and English language F1 and J1 students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. USD embeds diversity and inclusiveness throughout every dimension and sector of the university. This inclusive excellence creates a welcoming community engaged in diversity. It provides an environment that prepares all students for living and working in a diverse society.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
USD is committed to fostering a dynamic and welcoming working and learning environment for all. USD provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to ideological, political, or sectarian opinions or perspectives; or race, color, creed, religion, sex, ancestry, disability, national origin, or any other factor protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. USD is committed to the principles of free expression and encourages the timely and rational discussion of topics in an environment that is intellectually and ideologically diverse.
Please check the appropriate response that describe the cognitive requirements for this position. Analyzing, Comprehend, Frequent Change, Intense Customer Interaction, Logic, Memory, Multiple Priorities, Multiple Stimuli, Pace-fast, Perform calculations, Reading, Reasoning, Verbal Communication, Written Communication
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Use of computer keyboard and screen at workstation. Helping to set up for events.
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locations for off-campus learning experiences such as metropolitan areas, rural locations, shopping centers, public facilities, museums, etc.
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Documents Needed to Apply
- Cover Letter
- Reference List