Farmer School of Business: Assistant Director of Global Business Programs
The Assistant Director of FSB Global Programs (ADGP) contributes to the strategic direction of FSB’s Global Programs. Primary areas of responsibility include managing the FSB semester study abroad programs, overseeing all FSB exchange programs, co-managing the China Business Program, serving as the webmaster for FSB Global Business Programs, developing and delivering marketing campaigns, supporting a portfolio of faculty-led programs, and overseeing student advising for FSB study abroad programs. This position will be a one-year contract, renewable up to three years, then consideration for continuing based on performance and revenue of the program.
Provide comprehensive support for FSB study abroad programs and international initiatives and implement strategic goals in collaboration with key stakeholders across the university.
Develop, plan, and execute a portfolio of FSB semester and short-term study abroad programs: develop proposals and budgets, manage contracts, coordinate student recruitment, advising and application processes, and provide pre-departure and re-entry education.
Support a portfolio of faculty-led programs: develop and execute programs in collaboration with faculty directors, manage program budgets, coordinate program logistics, manage application processes, and provide overall program support.
Oversee FSB exchange programs: manage university partnerships, interview, nominate and advise outgoing students, and coordinate course registration for incoming students.
Oversee student advising for FSB study abroad programs: collaborate with key stakeholders across the division to ensure comprehensive support of students, provide training for academic advisors, manage the application process, liaise with academic departments, and coordinate pre-departure and re-entry sessions. Manage the China Business Certificate Program in collaboration with FSB Academic Advising.
Coordinate marketing and promotion of FSB study abroad programs, including program materials, communications, presentations, recruiting events, and website.
Other duties as assigned.
Require: Master’s degree from an accredited university, three years of experience in international education, academic advising, study abroad, or related area; and excellent written and verbal communication including strong presentation skills and ability to communicate effectively with students, faculty, staff, parents and other constituents; domestic and international travel required. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, a lawful permanent resident, admitted for residence as an applicant under the 1986 immigration amnesty law, refugee or asylee.
Desire: Master’s degree in international education, student affairs, higher education or related area from an accredited university and four or more years of experience in the field(s) of international education, student affairs, advising, and/or study abroad. Strong program development and program management experience; ability to work independently and productively in an ever-changing fast-paced environment; proven ability to set priorities, exercise initiative and execute projects; detail oriented; team-oriented; some fiscal/budget management experience; experience working with diverse populations and cultures; experience studying, living, or working abroad; excellent computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and proven engagement with best practices in field of International Education. Experience with Terra Dotta Studio Abroad software desirable.
Submit letter of application and resume to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/496019. Direct inquiries to Nicole Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications begins on September 30, 2019 and continues until position is filled.
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