Position Number: 00106415
Primary Function of Organization Unit: The primary function of the International Programs Office is to promote the importance of collaborative scholarly activity of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences for the enhanced economic, environmental and social well-being of people in North Carolina and beyond. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) International Programs supports the international efforts of the college, faculty, staff and students. Our objectives are: 1) Increase faculty and staff global engagement, 2) Increase student global competency, and 3) Increase CALS international visibility and recognition
Essential Job Duties: The primary purpose of this position is to oversee and manage the CALS Internationals Programs' initiatives including but not limited to Global Academy and International Faculty Activity database. Responsibilities include program management, bookkeeping, student worker coordination, and other responsibilities related to CALS International Programs. Responsibilities include: proposal development, independently planning projects; developing and managing budgets; preparing publications and reports; agenda development and provide logistical coordination with faculty and industry partners; manages budget and financials for all projects and accounts. Along with Director, will manage and maintain strategic relationships with international institution partners. Position will also maintain relationships with college faculty and guide them in establishing, maintaining and growing their programmatic activity within the International Programs office.
Minimum Education/Experience: A master's degree in agriculture science, business administration or related degree, with an additional 3 to 5 years of related experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Department Required Skills: Excellent interpersonal, project management, graphic design, and communications strategy skills. Excellent oral, written and visual communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and international understanding. Experience in grant and project management, budgeting, procurement, website development and social media, and report writing. Must be capable of doing all the described activities independently and be able to make project decisions on their own.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education: At least 5 years working experience with a diverse set of staff and partners preferably at the biological sciences/business management interface. Experience working with international professionals and international project management. Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Adobe Acrobat, PeopleSoft and web development software. Experience working with diverse partners to achieve goals is strongly preferred.
Necessary Licenses and Certifications: N/A
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