- Advise non-immigrant students on immigration regulations and personal and academic issues related to their success.
- Create and communicate pre-arrival information and facilitate international student orientation each
semester for all incoming F-1 students.
- Plan and host workshops to train and inform international students on relevant topics such as academic success, self-advocacy, problem-solving skills, faculty engagement, financial management, and taxes.
- Meet on an as needed basis with each TTUHSC campus’s Student Exchange and Visitor Program
(SEVP) representatives and the Office of International Affairs at Texas Tech University
- Maintain up to date Designate School Official (DSO) and Department of Homeland Security training requirements.
- Assist in the administrative duties of the Office of Student Life, to include answering phones, responding to emails, assisting visitors, and supervising the student center (Synergistic Center).
- Actively engage in the international student support/student affairs profession in order to gain knowledge, stay current on issues in the field, and develop a strong professional network.
- Bachelor’s degree plus two (2) years related experience; OR a combination of education and/or related experience to equal six (6) years.
- Master's degree and/or previous experience working with international affairs in a post-secondary academic setting.
- Experience and knowledge in maintaining institutional educational records and external records (SEVIS) as required by law and regulations for non-immigrant F-1 students and their dependents.
- Prior experience presenting information/facilitating workshops to groups of individuals over job related information.
Cover Letter, Resume / CV
Compensation is commensurate upon the qualifications of the individual selected and budgetary guidelines of the hiring department, as well as the institutional pay plan. For additional information, please reference the institutional pay plan website.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or status as a protected veteran.
Jeanne Clery Act
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is a federal statute requiring colleges and universities participating in federal financial aid programs to maintain and disclose campus crime statistics and security information. By October 1 of each year, institutions must publish and distribute their Annual Campus Security Policy & Crime Statistics Report (ASR) to current and prospective students and employees. To view this report, visit the TTUHSC Clery Act website.