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Residence Life Supervisor (live-in)

Programme: Boston University
Location: South Kensington
Posted: 10/12/2018 14:35:37
Expires: 04/01/2019
Email: dbrad@bu.edu

We are looking for two live-in Residence Life Supervisors (RLS) to help support our undergraduate students in university housing initially for the remainder of the Academic Year 2018/19. We have over 300 students each semester and the RLS team support students at nights and weekends to help staff to ensure the safe and professional running of the programme.

The RLS is part of a small team of 7/8 RLS's and it is essential that the RLS team work together as a close-knit unit, both for backup and support to students. The RLS team are the first point of contact for students and act as the backbone of the on-call team. They work closely with students, the maintenance and housekeeping teams, security and the Student Affairs staff. As the first point of contact, every RLS should be able to respond well in difficult emergency situations, and have the patience to deal with more minor but sometimes challenging demands.

The RLS will be part of the on-call team and will be expected to be available during evenings and weekends on a rota basis to provide out of hours support. The role requires availability on a 7-day basis when students are in residence. The RLS role allows flexible working where you may have additional employment or are studying Mon-Fri during the day elsewhere.

You will need recent experience of a similar role and to be good at communicating with students and creating a welcoming atmosphere whilst being able to maintain discipline. You will need a mature approach and the ability to make sound judgements. You will need to understand and abide by our current rules and codes of conduct. The RLS team live in single en-suite rooms with access to shared student kitchens.

Our residences are in South Kensington. Housing is provided, and all associated bills are covered by the university. You will receive a gross annual salary of 6532. Full training will be provided. You must have the right to work in the UK.

To apply, please send your 2-page CV with a covering letter of your suitability for the role to dbrad@bu.edu.

Application deadline is Friday 4th January 2019, however interviews and appointments may be arranged and confirmed prior to this date so we recommend you apply early. Successful candidates will be able to move-in and start from Wednesday 2nd January and ideally prior to Saturday 12th January 2019.

Student Life Administrator (Cultural Programming)

Programme: NYU London
Location: Bloomsbury, London
Posted: 10/12/2018 10:56:51
Expires: 13/01/2019
URL: https://global-nyu.icims.com/jobs/5423/student-life-administrator---cultural-programming/job

Job Description: Job advert - Student Life Administrator Dec 2018.pdf

NYU London is currently recruiting for a Student Life Administrator. See attached advert for more information.

Academic Assistant

Programme: CIEE Global Institute - London
Location: London
Posted: 04/12/2018 13:33:59
Expires: 17/12/2018
Email: londonjobs@ciee.org

Job Description: Academic Assistant Job Description.docx

You will be joining a team of 12 full time staff, 20-40 teaching staff and report to the Academic Director. CIEE London has between 300 and 500 students per year.

Please refer to the attached job Description for further details.

Applications should be submitted to LondonJobs@ciee.org

Student Life Assistant

Programme: CIEE Global Institute - London
Location: London
Posted: 04/12/2018 13:31:59
Expires: 17/12/2018
Email: londonjobs@ciee.org

Job Description: Student Life Assistant Job Description.docx

The CIEE Global Institute is seeking a Student Life Assistant to provide support on CIEE study abroad programs for U.S. university students. The Student Life Assistant energetically supports the quality and success of programs offered at the CIEE Global Institute London, helping to coordinate multiple aspects of in-country operations and providing support to deliver the highest levels of program quality.

Please refer to the attached Job Description for further details.

Applications should be submitted to LondonJobs@ciee.org

Academic Coordinator

Programme: CIEE Global Institute - London
Location: London
Posted: 04/12/2018 13:28:53
Expires: 17/12/2018
Email: londonjobs@ciee.org

Job Description: Academic Coordinator Job Description.docx

As our Academic Coordinator, you will be joining a team of 12 full-time staff and 20-40 teaching staff, and will report to the Academic Director. CIEE London has between 300 and 500 students per year.

Please refer to the attached Job Description for further details.

Applications should be submitted to LondonJobs@ciee.org

Internship Manager

Programme: Anglo Educational Services
Location: London
Posted: 28/11/2018 13:41:36
Expires: 14/12/2018
Mailing Address: 45 Russell Square
London
WC1B 4JP
Email: jill@angloeducational.com

Job Description: Ad for Internship Manager.docx

Anglo Educational Services is looking for an Internship Manager to join our Academic Services team. Please see attached job description for more information.

Art in Society Instructor

Programme: Samford University in London, Daniel House
Location: Kensington, London
Posted: 05/11/2018 18:25:18
Expires: 04/01/2019
Email: ledoss@samford.edu

Job Description: Art in Society Instructor.pdf

Samford University (Birmingham, AL, USA) seeks an outstanding lecturer and lead instructor to oversee its team-taught, interdisciplinary SOA 200-Arts in Society course at its study center in London (South Kensington). The undergraduate course blends academic work with experiential learning to introduce students to the three primary areas of the arts (visual art and design, music, theatre and dance) and explores how the arts have influenced British society and culture from earlier times to today. The successful candidate will follow an established curriculum to lead course activities and visits to various museums, plays, concerts and other arts related cultural events with the aim of encouraging students to gain a greater appreciation of the arts within a global context.

Applicants please send CV and cover letter to Lauren Doss at ledoss@samford.edu