Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Professional Posted On: Mon Feb 4 2019 Job Description:
Budget Title: Staff Assistant (SL-2)
The Office of International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS), housed within International Education and Global Affairs (IEGA) at Binghamton University (SUNY) seeks an enthusiastic candidate for a full-time calendar year position of ISSS Programming Coordinator.
The ISSS Programming Coordinator, who reports directly to the Assistant Provost for International Education and Global Affairs and Director of International Student and Scholar Services, will work with a team of colleagues within International Education and Global Affairs (IEGA) and across campus to ensure the success of more than 2,500 enrolled international students and exchange visitors from more than 100 countries by creating, administering, and assessing the outcomes of programs designed to support our international population, as well as providing an opportunity for interaction, partnership, and outreach across campus.
Work collaboratively with IEGA colleagues and collaborative partners on the development of social, intercultural, and informative programs/workshops, including yet not limited to serving as the lead presenter/facilitator.
Serve as the primary logistical planner for New International Student Orientation, both for the Fall and Spring semesters.
Coordinate and administer the community-wide Friendship Family Program.
Serve as the point-person for the planning and implementation of the monthly International Coffee Hour.
Assemble and distribute the monthly newsletter and time-sensitive announcements (as needed).
Coordinate and implement Leadership Volunteer (LV) Training.
Work with leadership to brainstorm, implement, and assess staff development trainings, retreats, and appreciation events.
Publicize programming opportunities to appropriate constituencies on campus and in the community by serving as the manager of ISSS Social Media, including yet not limited to platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, B-Engaged, etc.)
Create informational presentations in an array of mediums (PowerPoint; Prezi, etc.)
Provide support to overall functions of the office, including corresponding and communicating with international students and scholars on a variety of issues associated with their status at the university.
Supervise a Graduate Assistant for 20 hours a week.
Actively support the critical priorities of ISSS.
Bachelor's degree required and a minimum of 1 year of related experience.
Effective problem solving skills and demonstrated ability to take appropriate initiative.
Evidence of strong organizational abilities and the ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced, high-volume environment.
Excellent writing skills and proven attention to detail.
Ability to be diplomatic, composed, and proactive in varied interactions.
Excellent cross-cultural communication skills with documented experience in public speaking and delivering presentations.
Excellent professional demeanor.
Ability to work independently and as a team member.
Commitment to high quality and efficient customer service to students, faculty, staff and external partners.
Ability to use and understand database tools for record creation, edits, and updates.
Must be able to work well with individuals of diverse languages, cultures and ethnic groups.
Candidates must be flexible, creative, energetic, well organized, and task-oriented.
Master's degree; international experience (i.e. study abroad; teaching abroad; extensive travel; etc.), and significant programming/event coordination in a higher education setting.
Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check and verification of degree(s) and credentials.
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