Provides strategic direction and oversight for the International Initiatives in Engineering (IIE) opportunities in the College of Engineering (CoE), including Knowlton School of Architecture (KSA); sets objectives and priorities of programmatic development; represents CoE during visits from international delegations, visits foreign universities; directs the Global Option in Engineering (GO ENGR) program for undergraduate students; effectively collaborates with Department Chairs, faculty and administrators in the development of international aspects of the engineering curriculum including course and credit approval for global related courses; drives development of curriculum containing global or cultural competence elements of engineering and architecture students; implements assessment for effectiveness of global studies programs; serves as liaison to the Office of International Affairs (OIA) and primary advocate and facilitator of IIE on university-wide committees pertaining to international activities; develops international agreements and other opportunities between international entities and CoE units; works with CoE faculty and staff in the development and negotiation of student, faculty, and researcher exchanges, study abroad programs, dual degree programs, international internships and international humanitarian engineering initiatives.
Additional Information for Applicants::
A resume is required with an application submission.
Master’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience; considerable experience in planning and administration of international initiatives; considerable knowledge of education administration and principles; knowledge of international travel; strong interpersonal, communication, and problem solving skills; ability to develop and implement program mission and strategies; ability to achieve goals through promoting collaboration and team-building; ability to work cooperatively with peers, faculty, staff, and diverse groups of internal and external stakeholders.
Experience working on global issues at a university; experience with student international travel; an understanding of engineering curricula; knowledge of university policies and procedures.
Target Salary: $60,000.00 - $70,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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