The Center for Global Engagement at Old Dominion University is accepting applications for the Study Abroad Coordinator (full-time, 12 month) position. This position will develop, manage, and maintain Office of Study Abroad technological interfaces. Other duties include: educate and advise students and the ODU community about study abroad opportunities; actively promote and market study abroad opportunities; manage bilateral student exchanges; liaise and collaborate with campus offices and study abroad partner organizations; assess and analyze study abroad program evaluations to enhance students’ learning and program effectiveness.
Required Education: Master’s degree in international relations/studies, international or higher education, intercultural communication, foreign language, or similar field.
Required Qualifications: Extensive experience using software such as Terra Dotta (TD). Extensive knowledge of and ability to utilize Terra Dotta (TD) or similar software. Considerable experience with information technology (i.e. website creation and/or editing, social media). Considerable experience advising in a higher education context. Considerable experience working with bilateral student exchanges. Considerable experience abroad either studying, living, volunteering, and/or working abroad. Basic marketing experience. Basic supervisory experience. Strong communication skills (interpersonal, intercultural, oral, written). Ability to manage multiple work assignments simultaneously. Interest in and ability to work with individuals from diverse cultures/backgrounds.
Preferred Qualifications: Considerable experience working abroad.
Review Date: This position closes on July 20, 2021.
Internal Number: FP447A
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Old Dominion University is Virginia's forward-focused research university with rigorous academics, an energetic residential community, entrepreneurial research and collaboration, and initiatives that contribute nearly $2.1 billion to the economy. Located along the Elizabeth River in Norfolk, Virginia, the ODU campus boasts state-of-the-art academic facilities, 14 residence halls and amenities such as the Student Recreation Center.
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