Global Initiatives: International Student Coordinator
The International Student Program Coordinator will provide program and activity coordination for the Global Partner Summer School program, bringing international students to the Miami University campus and Oxford community for a cultural immersion experience. The coordinator will also promote the personal development of enrolled international students, including acquisition of skills needed to adjust in a new culture, and build an inclusive, welcoming, and vibrant environment at Miami University.
GPSS Program Management
Coordinate and oversee the Global Partner Summer School (GPSS) and other summer/winter session international programming offered throughout campus, including GPSS program recruitment and travel in Asia, planning program logistics, monitoring the budget, and supervising student assistants; survey level of student and partner satisfaction toward continuous improvement.
International Student Program Coordination
Develop, refine, implement, and coordinate effective programs for international students in collaboration with various partners across campus; facilitate the development and acquisition of necessary skills to enable international students to effectively transition to the U.S. and Miami University culture and succeed toward personal, academic, and professional goals; promote an institutional culture that celebrates diversity and intercultural learning.
Follow university policies and procedures related to purchasing, accounts payable, personnel, payroll, volunteers, payroll, and participant travel; correspond with students, parents, faculty, and staff with diplomacy, discretion and judgment. This position requires attendance at evening and weekend activities during certain times of the year.
Require: Bachelor’s degree; experience with program planning for international students; experience with travel logistics and budgets; evidence of excellent attendance record. This position is not eligible for H1B sponsorship.
Desire: Master’s degree; Chinese language proficiency; experience living, working, or studying in Asia; experience developing, refining, and implementing effective international student retention strategies and programs.
Screening of applications will begin February 19, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
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