Education Abroad, International Student and Scholar Services, Other International Education Opportunities
4 Year Degree
PENDING BOARD APPROVAL
Coordinator of Global Partnerships and Programs
March 1, 2020
TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:
Renewable, Full-Time, 260 days
Responsible for coordinating aspects of Tompkins Cortland’s current and potential partnership-based inbound cohorts (Global Initiatives Programs) to support international student outcomes and contribute to the College’s mission of preparing students for a global society. Provides instruction and/or academic advising for students enrolled in or participating in Global Initiatives Programs. Maintains key relationships with international partner institutions and third parties. Collaborates with academic and administrative departments and other coordinators related directly to Global Initiatives Programs. In consultation with the Director, develops strategic plans and budgets. The Coordinator will also serve in the capacity of Designated School Official (DSO) and Responsible or Alternate Responsible Officer (RO/ARO) for students under the College’s F and J visa sponsorship.
Bachelor’s degree and one year relevant administrative and/or coordinating experience. Teaching experience and experience working with international students. Ability to travel domestically and internationally throughout the calendar year.
Master’s degree. Experience living, studying, and/or working abroad. Three years’ relevant administrative experience in a college setting. Six or more semesters teaching experience in a college setting. DSO and/or ARO experience with up-do-date knowledge of F and/or J visa regulations and SEVIS requirements and procedures. Conversational proficiency in Spanish. Experience in curriculum development. Experience with academic advising. Social media competency.
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
About Tompkins Cortland Community College
Tompkins Cortland Community College has grown from a tiny, upstart community college housed in an old high school to an integral part of the Tompkins and Cortland County communities located on a 220-acre rural campus in Dryden, New York.
The College is one of 30 community colleges in the State University of New York, and offers degrees and certificates in more than 40 academic programs including nursing, business administration, criminal justice, chemical dependency counseling, new media, sports management, culinary arts, sustainable farming and food systems, and liberal arts programs, including education and general studies. The College is known for constantly expanding the boundaries of what is possible for a community college: recent innovations include a restaurant, organic-practices farm, and 10-acre solar array powering campus.
Perhaps more importantly, the College is known for its commitment to academic rigor and for its equally passionate commitment to providing the community support students need to succeed. With thousands of graduates in the area and throughout the country, we mean it when we say Your Community. Your College.