Required Qualifications: (As evidenced by an attached resume) Master's degree in Information/Technology Systems Management, Business/Economics, Applied Mathematics/Statistics, or a related field. Three years of full-time experience in international education/relations, with at least two of the three years involving: Data analysis of recruitment initiatives utilizing PeopleSoft and Terra Dotta or another enterprise software with a strong focus on Enrollment Management, Student Financials and Reporting Tools (Query Manager); managing/coordinating university-level international information sessions, including for language training programs and family programming/communications for international students; negotiating international service contracts/agreements, establishing joint institutes with partner universities internationally, and related budgeting experience; and coordinating/developing/implementing large-scale international outreach programs and similar in-person events both in the U.S. and abroad.
Brief Description of Duties: The Assistant Director, Global Initiatives will be responsible for the state-side management for global institutes, global partnership development, and researched-based global enrollment initiatives.
Develop and implement strategies and planning intended to attract and yield cohorts of excellent students and meet the university's enrollment, quality, and financial goals.
Utilize research data to forecast enrollment yield from different geographic areas and use such forecasting to inform international student outreach efforts.
Serve as the state side operations manager for our Global institutes and sites, overseeing student degree completion, funds transfer, faculty advising and other matters relating to the successful operation of these entities.
Manage the international student scholarship policy development, eligibility criteria and rubrics for the awarding of scholarships. Provide guidance to the Office of Financial Aid on the administration of such scholarships.
Collaborate with the Assistant Dean for Global Initiatives to develop new joint academic programs (dual degree, joint/combined degree and pathway programs) with our international partner institutions; and assist with the management of existing international academic agreements.
Develop metrics to project students who will successfully complete the required years of study and meet the SBU admission requirements.
Develop and deliver training and orientation of SBU faculty who will travel to or teach at our global sites and institutes.
Directly supervise the data collection of university global activities and comprehensively mapping these global activities, enabling Stony Brook University to achieve international objectives.
Special Notes: This is a full time appointment. FLSA Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Minimum salary threshold must be met to maintain FLSA exemption.
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Official Job Title: Staff Associate
Job Field: Administrative & Professional (non-Clinical)
Primary Location: US-NY-Stony Brook
Department/Hiring Area: International Academic Programs-Stony Brook University
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