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Asssistant Resident Director

Programme: AIFS/Richmond University
Location: London
Posted: 10/08/2017 14:44:45
Expires: 25/08/2017

AIFS are seeking to appoint an Assistant Resident Director to work with the London Resident Director to deliver information services, a cultural programme, counselling/advice and housing services for visiting American students at Richmond, the International University in London.

AIFS has close links with Richmond, The American International University in London. Richmond has campuses in Kensington and Richmond in London and awards degrees which are accredited in the US and validated in the UK. Students come to Richmond from over 100 different countries. The post of Assistant Resident Director is employed by AIFS and provides a service to Richmond, The American International University.

The Assistant Resident Director will support the London Resident Director and Richmond University Student Services team in delivering services for study abroad students, including handling individual student problems and concerns, providing emergency cover for students, planning cultural programmes and social functions and managing Social Media.

The successful candidate will possess: a degree or equivalent; experience of student services or study abroad; good interpersonal and team-working skills and well-developed IT skills.

For further information, including details on how to apply, please contact

Deadline for applications: Friday 25th August, 2017

Please note that applicants must have the legal right to work in the UK

Student Services Coordinator

Programme: Arcadia London Center
Location: Holborn, London
Posted: 10/08/2017 12:27:17
Expires: 21/08/2017

Job Description: Student Services Coordinator Aug 2017.pdf

The Arcadia London Centre, based in Holborn, is looking for an experienced administrator to join the front line of its student support provision.

This role is part of the Student Life team at the Arcadia University London Center which provides a comprehensive range of student support services and extra-curricular opportunities including orientation, health & safety advice and support, residential life & extra-curricular programming, budgeting, cell phones, student life in the UK volunteering, community engagement, social media and immigration.

The position requires a graduate with a strong interest in British culture and international education with no restrictions on their permission to work in the UK.

Applications should be in the form of a 2 page CV and a covering letter of between 300-500 words outlining the reasons for your suitability for the post in relation to the job description.

Deadline 9am GMT Monday, 21 August 2017. Interviews are scheduled to be held on 23 & 24 August 2017.

Facility Manager

Programme: Samford University Study Abroad
Location: Kensington, London
Posted: 08/08/2017 15:31:59
Expires: 25/08/2017

Samford University is seeking a Facility Manager through 1/2/2018. This temporary position requires a full-time, professional staff member for managing the day-to-day operations of the Daniel House.

The Daniel House Facility Manager is responsible for the continued management and maintenance of the house, as well as offer academic and cultural support to students, faculty, and staff. The Facility Manager will provide administrative and logistical management and serve as a project manager that liaises between the U.K. contractors and the home campus to facilitate a seamless renovation project.

This position requires full-time residency in London and potentially in the Daniel House.

Teaching and Learning Development Officer

Programme: FIE: Foundation for International Education
Location: London
Posted: 07/08/2017 11:45:40
Expires: 28/08/2017

The Foundation for International Education (FIE) is currently seeking qualified, enthusiastic and competent applicants for the following full-time, permanent position within the Academic and Experiential Education department.

Job Summary: The Teaching and Learning Development Officer (TLDO) will be responsible for proactively developing and supporting the academic provision, with a view to ensuring high quality teaching and learning experiences. Some of the primary responsibilities include:
- playing a key role in the quality assurance of FIE?s provision
- aiding the development and implementation of academic procedures
- coordinating and supporting the delivery of courses, as well as the planning and management of events
- coordinating the recruitment of FIE faculty
- responding to student and faculty queries regarding academics

Required skills & qualifications
- An undergraduate degree
- Administrative experience in education environments
- Ability to lend creative and innovative solutions to problems
- Ability to work effectively with a diverse range of faculty, as well as cross-departmentally
- Ability to work independently, to deadlines and in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent research, writing, IT, verbal communication and organisational skills
- Attention to detail
- A positive attitude

Desired skills & experience
- A relevant postgraduate degree
- Experience with US or UK higher education environments, preferably within the study abroad sector
- Experience in human resources, quality assurance procedures and/or curriculum and course development
- Experience overseeing faculty and courses

For more information on how to apply, and to see the full job description, please visit our website at the link provided above.

FIE promotes equality of opportunity and diversity within the workplace and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Assistant Director

Programme: Hansard Society Scholars
Location: London
Posted: 01/08/2017 13:02:01
Expires: 15/09/2017

Job Description: Scholars Prog Asst Director revised Sept2017-2.pdf

The Hansard Society is seeking to appoint an Assistant Director for its prestigious international study abroad programme. The successful applicant will gain in-depth experience of all aspects of running a study abroad programme, and there is a lot of potential for growth and development of the role and responsibilities in the future.

The Assistant Director will support the Programme Director with regulatory compliance, marketing and recruitment, and institutional and study abroad relations. In order to understand and experience components of the programme from the ground up, the post holder will also be responsible for supporting the Programme Manager with the day-to-day operation of the programme including providing direct support to Scholars.

Hansard Society Scholars is a specialist, multi-faceted programme that offers international students the opportunity to gain academic and practical knowledge of the British political system and current debates in UK public policy. The programme is comprised of taught courses, supervised research, unpaid experiential placements, study visits to the devolved legislatures and a topical guest lecture series as well as an extensive orientation programme and a cultural and social activities programme.

This position represents an excellent opportunity for an ambitious individual who wants to make their mark in study abroad. Significant responsibility is already built into this post but there is also scope for considerable professional growth and advancement for a motivated individual who wishes to make a career in study abroad or international education. The unique nature of this niche programme provides a fascinating backdrop for this specialist career development.

This is a full-time, permanent appointment based at the Hansard Society?s office in central London.

The deadline is 5pm on Friday 15th September 2017. Further information about the post and how to apply is contained in the Job Description.

Further information about the Hansard Society Scholars programme and the Society itself can be found at /