STUDENT SERVICE COOR I #00052780
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 35682
Hiring Department International AffairsApplication DeadlineMarch 3, 2021Full Time/Part TimeFull-Time, benefit eligible Salary$16.92-$24.00/hourJob Description Responsibilities include:
- Administration of the study abroad programs at Missouri S&T includes exchange programs and non-degree seeking fee-paying study abroad programs, and other study abroad programs.Administration of faculty-led study abroad programs in coordination with other campus offices. Market study abroad opportunities to current students, the campus, and the community.Recruit current students to study abroad through resources such as one-on-one meetings, presentations, materials, events, and online software.Administer the study abroad program from the student's first interest, through the application process, while abroad, and after the student returns.Update and maintain the study abroad Terra Dotta website, study abroad website, safety and risk management handbooks and website, and other study abroad materials.Develop and maintain materials to promote study abroad, including videos for outbound and inbound students.Build and maintain relationships with partner universities to promote study abroad and recruit exchange students to Missouri S&T.Plan and oversee annual study abroad fair and other fair venues as appropriate.Work with faculty and departments to develop and market study abroad programs.Be knowledgeable about study abroad opportunities available to Missouri S&T students to be directed toward programs that suit their needs/wants.Maintain records for all study abroad initiatives and provide scheduled and ad-hoc reports as needed.Update and maintain student exchange numbers and be cognizant of exchange parity.Other duties as required.
- Design pre-departure orientation program suitable to program experience.Develop and disseminate information regarding safety and security to students, faculty and staff.Develop and implement study abroad re-entry and evaluation programs for returning students.Stay abreast of regulations affecting students traveling abroad and inform campus accordingly.Communicate emergency information to students who are traveling abroad (such as travel warnings or real or perceived threats).Ensure that students, faculty, and staff know safety/security issues, have the appropriate/required insurance, and are registered with proper agencies abroad.Facilitate risk management review process of student international travel requests.Assist/ensure that students and any faculty members traveling with them are correctly accounted for in Terra Dotta, are properly oriented and have secured insurance as needed/required.
- Meet with students and facilitate discussion between student and institution(s).Work with academic advisors, faculty members, the registrar's office, and others as appropriate to ensure proper enrollment procedures are followed; facilitate the transfer of credit for participants.Counsel students regarding study abroad issues, including educational, financial, and personal concerns.Remain in contact with the student and international institution during program activity.Monitor exchange programs to ensure parity levels are appropriate; maintain study abroad data on all programs and participants.Facilitate communication regarding the Global Minors program and Global Engineering degree program.
- Attend study abroad advisory and international student meetings and serve on campus or community activities as time permits.Oversee processes specific to study abroad students; billing through the cashiers' office; holds on accounts; and international student health insurance.
- A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 1 year of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary
- Experience living, studying and/or working abroadOne year of experience in the area of student personnel, student programming development, administration, or studying or working abroadKnowledge of one or more foreign languages.Experience with Terra Dotta Software is strongly preferred.Experience coordinating programs and events for study abroad programs strongly preferred.
The final candidate is required to provide copies of official transcript(s) for any college degree(s) listed in application materials submitted. Copies of transcript(s) should be provided prior to the start of employment. In addition, the final candidate may be required to verify other credentials listed in application materials.
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