The Temporary Coordinator supports the three functions of the Glavin Office of International Education (education abroad, short-term faculty-led programs, and international student and scholars services). Responsibilities include administrative and programming support, marketing initiatives, data analysis and special projects. This is a 8 month, part-time (28 hours/week) temporary position.
Provide administrative and collaborative support to specific Glavin-operated programs including the Education Abroad Peer Advisors, international exchange students, Glavin Global Fellows, Global Scholars, and Fulbright.
Assist with the coordination and implementation of events (such as International Tea, International Education Week, and orientations) sponsored by the Glavin Office including but not limited to room scheduling, ordering food, confirming attendees/speakers, and promoting events to appropriate audiences.
Assist with surveys and focus groups to help the Glavin Office to best reach our students.
Conduct data analysis by cross-referencing existing data to identify possible trends and making comparisons against historical data. Report on Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), education abroad and international student and scholar services, and learning assessments.
Create and manage databases for Glavin Global Fellows and Fulbright engagement.
Support Glavin-wide marketing initiatives including social media, newsletter content, flyers and website.
Assist with student records through software and learning management systems: CANVAS, TerraDotta, and ISSM to include uploading developed content, conducting audits for application completion, and international student immigration record creation.
Assist with special projects related to internationalization as needed.
Assumes additional responsibilities as required.
Minimum Level of Education Required Bachelor's Degree
Position Knowledge/Skills & Abilities Requirements:
Currently pursuing or planning to pursue a master's degree in international higher education and/or international affairs, global studies, education, or a related field concurrently while in the Graduate Assistant position.
Strong technology skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills and demonstrated ability to communicate in a cross-cultural environment.
Knowledge of higher education and international education.
Ability to manage time effectively, work independently, and prioritize projects.
Envisions and proposes new methods to perform tasks that support ET&A; takes thoughtful risks; and accepts new and ongoing initiatives, objectives, and solutions to gain sought-after results.
Anticipates and embraces change; demonstrates willingness to achieve, acquire, and utilize new skills and challenging tasks; and is flexible in changing conditions.
Must be able to occasionally attend meetings and events during evenings and/or weekends.
Additional Experience, Skills and Abilities:
Experience living, working, or studying abroad preferred.