NUin International Student Advisor
Requisition Number: STFR000782
Division/College: College of Professional Studies
FT/PT: Part Time
The N.U.in Program is an innovative program for Northeastern University spring-admitted freshmen who study abroad for their fall semester and matriculate to Northeastern University (NU) the following Spring.
We are hiring for International Student Advisors (ISA) for each of the following locations (locations are subject to change):
• Costa Rica (must be proficient in Spanish)
• Greece (Greek language skills desirable)
An ISA applicant must be a recent graduate of Northeastern University. N.U.in participants are spending their first semester abroad and will transition to Northeastern University’s Boston campus in January. The ISA serves as the direct link between the participant and Northeastern
The (ISA) will support participants who will be traveling on this program by acting as a peer advisor, guide, and role model. The ISA will work cooperatively as a member of a team ensuring the safety and wellbeing of participants and contribute to the development and overall success of the program. Additionally, the ISA will need to balance his/her own experience of living abroad and personal responsibilities with the professional responsibilities listed below.
This highly demanding position requires a significant amount of patience, flexibility, assertiveness, diplomacy, self-initiative, as well as substantial experience living abroad and working under stressful conditions.
• Recent graduate of Northeastern University.
• Experience working, studying, or living abroad.
• Experience as a Resident Advisor, camp counselor, or similar role.
• Ability to supervise college students.
• Proven leadership experience.
• Flexibility and ability to multitask in a fast-paced work environment.
• Proven high levels of professionalism.
• Excellent problem solving skills.
• Intercultural sensitivity/global awareness.
• Enthusiasm for Northeastern University.
• Motivation, independence, enthusiasm, self-initiative, team player.
• Willingness to confront difficult situations.
• Ability to cope with and manage stress.
• Proven ability to work well under stressful conditions and how to take actions that satisfies diverse interests while achieving programmatic goals.
• Must be willing to work long hours as necessary as well as significant weekend and evening hours.
Staff Training; Boston; July 1-Program Departure
(Varies by location)
July 4th off
Pre-Departure Orientation I &II (PDO); Boston; July 11-16
Administrative Tasks and Continuous Staff Training; Boston; July 17-Program Departure
(Departure dates vary by location)
The N.U.in Program(On-Location); Program Departure-December
(Varies by location)
*This timeline is for general planning purposes. Actual dates and activities will be provided after an offer has been made.
The overall time obligation totals approximately 5-6 months depending on location assigned.
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: Careers@Northeastern
Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Educational Institution and Employer, Title IX University. Northeastern University particularly welcomes applications from minorities, women and persons with disabilities. Northeastern University is an E-Verify Employer.