The Office of Global Learning is part of the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs (OVPIA). As such, it shares the mission of developing and supporting global learning activities across the Cornell University community--in Ithaca, New York City, and the world. As a merged international education unit, the office serves all of Cornell's global learners through education abroad programming and by supporting international students and scholars with immigration advising.
What you will do:
The Senior Associate Director of Education Abroad will serve as a member of the office's leadership where you will play a key role in office-wide decision and policy making and in advancing office vision and strategy on outbound student mobility and exchange. This position will lead the education abroad advising team, guide enrollment and program management, and coordinate with the office operations team on areas of marketing/outreach, communication, finance, and technology. You will serve on campus-wide committees to build partnerships and inform strategic discussions that support education abroad at Cornell. In collaboration with the Executive Director and office leadership, set strategic enrollment goals based on financial, programmatic, academic, and other factors.
Ensure high quality advising services for education abroad participants.
Oversee a comprehensive and balanced portfolio of customized, exchange, direct enroll, and provider programs in collaboration with the education abroad team and campus stakeholders.
Advance education abroad vision and strategy in collaboration with the Executive Director.
Provide direction on marketing and outreach goals and strategy to the programming coordinator, and inform web and material design in conjunction with the associate director for communication.
Collaborate closely with the associate director of administration and operations and the finance manager on program finances, budgets, and customized program development.
What we need:
We need a nimble, candid, forward-thinking, and collaborative leader who thrives on putting strategy into action. Ideally, you will have spent time working in a management capacity in a study abroad or similar office and you will prosper in a fast-paced, high-energy, agile environment. Additionally, you will have:
Bachelor's degree in education, social sciences, humanities, business, or a related field; 5 years of in international or intercultural education or equivalent combination of education and experience; progressively responsible professional experience in higher education.
Advanced knowledge and demonstrated active engagement in the field of international education, experience in study abroad or similar advising, experience in studying or working abroad, and experience working with faculty, and domestic and international partners.
Experience supervising staff.
In addition to the above, we would prefer you to have:
Master's degree in education, social sciences, humanities, business, or a related field.
Extensive experience working overseas or in domestic cross-cultural settings.
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